French Fashion ’71: Stunning Women’s Styles From 1971 – Design You Trust

French Fashion ’71: Stunning Women’s Styles From 1971

While seventies fashions already were pushing the envelope – the French added their own brand of flair, and the results were off-the-charts dynamite. Here are a handful of gorgeous fashion pages taken from 1971 French fashion magazines that demonstrate the high-water-mark in groovy garments.

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