Category: 70s fashion

Bianca Jagger Polaroid, by Andy Warhol, via Va…

Bianca Jagger Polaroid, by Andy Warhol, via Vanity Fair. (My edit)

The caption there dates this as 1971, but I’m thinking more like 1975. That’s when he spoke to her for Interview magazine, resulting in this priceless exchange:

JAGGER: Andy, who is for you the most typical … the image of Romanticism … the most Romantic girl … for you … of the 20th Century?

WARHOL: Ah, you.

JAGGER: Really? No, no … without saying  … anything … to be nice.

WARHOL: No, you.

More here.

David Bowie’s handwritten notes on this Brian …

David Bowie’s handwritten notes on this Brian Ward photo used for the back cover of 1971’s Hunky Dory.

satya-:Led Zeppelin, 1973 The Golden God’s fet…

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Led Zeppelin, 1973

The Golden God’s fetching casual blouse

Ann & Nancy Wilson, Heart

Ann & Nancy Wilson, Heart

Joni Mitchell and The Band’s Robbie Robertson …

Joni Mitchell and The Band’s Robbie Robertson at The Last Waltz, San Francisco, Thanksgiving 1976, via jonimitchell.com

thegoldenyearz: Betty Davis, New York City, F…

thegoldenyearz:

Betty Davis, New York City, February 1976 by Fin Costello

boyswithnailpolish:Lou Reed, 1973, photo by Du…

boyswithnailpolish:

Lou Reed, 1973, photo by Dustin Pittman

I’ve seen this photo misattributed to many different photographers: it’s definitely Dustin Pittman. The link above is out of date, but here’s Dustin’s site, and here’s his musicians portfolio. Lou, Bowie, Queen, Iggy, New York Dolls, Debbie Harry (including pre-Blondie), high fashion, street fashion, cultural chaos from Candy Darling to Anna Wintour and Miley Cyrus, and so much more: it’s all there, baby. Prepare to have your mind blown.

Carrie Fisher & Debbie Reynolds, 1972

Carrie Fisher & Debbie Reynolds, 1972

Led Zeppelin’s Golden God gleaming: Robert Pla…

Led Zeppelin’s Golden God gleaming: Robert Plant, June 22, 1977, LA Forum, by Barry Goldstein

Tito Jackson, Jackie Jackson, Michael Jackson,…

Tito Jackson, Jackie Jackson, Michael Jackson, Jermaine Jackson and Marlon Jackson, February 28, 1975, by Fin Costello