From glam rock to punk
DISCO fever in the 1970s saw flared jeans and platform shoes become popular, as did three-piece Saturday Night Fever-inspired suits for men and wrap dresses for women.
Glam rockers such as David Bowie and Roxy Music helped influence 1970s style, with plenty of metallic, glitter, and sequins, with hot pants, boas and sheer blouses. Shops such Biba and Granny Takes a Trip were the key purveyors of glam rock 1970s style.
In addition to the dance-fuelled style of the 1970s (leotards, spandex etc), the punk movement was also key. Started by Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, it was a reaction to the poor state of the economy. The punk's subversive wardrobe included worn leather jackets, ripped jeans, torn T-shirts, PVC and safety pins, with bold hair styles such as the Mohican and crazy dyed colours.
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