The era of discotheque and Studio 54 style is in rebirth in Australian fashion.
And as usual, PeepToe is right on trend with the recent debut of our new collection, Seventies Starlet.
We turned to Peep Toe Stylist Gabrielle to summarize this standout range for our reader’s. Check out what she had to say…
What are the inspirations for this recent collection?
The inspiration behind the most recent collection is the Seventies, we were stimulated by the glitz and glamour of Studio 54 and looked to starlets such as Bianca Jagger & Jerry Hall for our muses.
This was a time when it was party fever, with a more is more approach, the women were uber glamorous and always looked so chic, they loved life and lived it to the fullest.
The story is broken down into two elements which are Bop Pop and Flash Dance, all our popping colours root from bop pop, like the tones you see bursting through Miss Psychedelic & Miss Raquel. Flash Dance contains our sultry metallics and sexy silhouettes.
If you could sum the collection up in 3 words what would they be?
What are your favourite pieces from this collection?
My party shoe would be Miss Psychedelic in the Sapphire Blue, its such a show stopper.
My Racing shoe would be Miss Faye, I LOVE the polka dots! (in-store next week)
My office shoe would be Miss Disco Inferno in the Chalk, really versatile with great support (arriving in mid-September).
How is the new collection on trend with Australian fashion right now?
Every designer right now is hailing the Seventies for their inspiration so we at Peeptoe are bang on trend.
Alice McCall talks intently about the Seventies being the inspiration for her cut out floral detailing in the new SS collection.
Details reminiscent of the Seventies are everywhere, from paisley prints and boho styling at Shakuachi to Psychedelic prints & jeweled colours at Sass & Bide.