The Topshop Unique 2015 Show Was Probably Inspired By These 5 Things, Cause Obviously The 70s Were A Big Influence

On Sunday afternoon, cool girls like Alexa Chung, Pixie Geldof, and pretty much every single of-the-moment model congregated in London at the Topshop Unique A/W 2015 presentation (guess my invite got lost in the mail). Judging from the looks of this collection, Topshop's designers were clearly inspired by a handful of things including the 70s, The Muppets, and smoking jackets. Just for funsies, let's take a look at some other funky fresh looks from this show and tease out their inspirations.

The 70s

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From the floral-print polyester tops, to the blue corduroy high-waisted bell bottoms, to the lacquered leather, this presentation was basically That 70s Show: Fashion Edition.

Vintage School Uniforms

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Throw on a pair of Mary Janes, and you’re basically an early 60s primary school girl in this adorable little jumper.

Oscar The Grouch

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Ain’t nothing wrong with a faux fur coat that conjures up fond images of your favorite Sesame Street character.

James Bond's Brown Suits

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When he played James Bond throughout most of the 70s, Roger Moore was famous for wearing brown suits — as was the fashion of the time. Perhaps Topshop put a funky spin on the look by doing a satin rendition.

Wolves

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Hey, if there were any right time to cloak oneself in a wolf pelt, it would certainly be RIGHT now.