Thursday, January 30, 2014


Bringing the 70's back...

70's Style Icons....

Farrah Leni Fawcett - This Texas beauty's rise to fame began in 1976 with a red swimsuit, and did not end at "Charlie's Angles".  Her lemon tousled hair and slammin" athletic physic was the envy of every person who laid eyes on her. 
The Farrah flick became the first "must have" celebrity hair style.
Debbie Harry - This 1970's pop princess was the center of attention when her band Blondie made international stardom.
Liza Minnelli - Aside from being the daughter of Judy Garland, Liza really put a signature on signature style, with her sharp bob and red lips.
Faye Dunaway - This actress was made famous for her 1967 performance in Bonnie and Clyde, as a good-girl-gone-bad.  It left her audience wanting more, and made her a style icon with beauty that still cannot be ignored.

Joni Mitchell -  Folk legend, activist, painter, and "bohemian style queen".


Stevie Nicks - Fleetwood Mac's free spirited heart throb.  This woman, thought to be "part gypsy", made 70's trends with suede, fringe, flairs and bell bottom denim.

Anjelica Huston - Her unique features, really make her, her own kind of special.  She is gorgeous and a stunning star of style.

Jane Fonda - Actress, feminist, activist, inspiration.

Janice Dickinson - The worlds first super model.  We can see why she was so successful, pre-knife.  Can you believe that woman once looked like this???  She's an example of media and money ruining something beautiful.


Diane Keaton - Made famous by Woody Allen.  Her masculine take on beauty has stood the test of time.

Twiggy - Animal rights activist, pin-up, model.

Yoko Ono - Peace activist, artist, and avant-garde.