Cheryl Tiegs. One of the most successful models of the 70s, Cheryl Tiegs had appeared on the cover of US Glamour magazine by the time she was 17 years old. Her look was a key part of the 70s style sea-change: out went the petite proportions, pouts and pixie crops of the 60s and in bounced a new wave of tanned, healthy, smiley, wholesome American babes. The provocative 1978 poster of her in a pink bikini became a pop culture ‘moment’. See more 70s fashion in THE AGE OF #ADALINE on April 16.
1946-present As the eponymous Annie Hall of Woody Allen’s 1977 cult hit – for which she ultimately won a Best Actress Oscar – Diane Keaton spawned the breakaway mannish trend that was so at odds with the ultra-light, ultra-feminine fashion of the day. Her unself-conscious, androgynous looks for the film were sourced mainly from men’s vintage stores, spawning a niche style fan base who fell for neckties, vests, baggy trousers and fedora hats.