Vintage Women Coloring Book #9: Fashion Art of the ’70s

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Vintage Women Coloring Book 9 Fashion Art of the '70s
Each of the 48 full-page images in Vintage Women Coloring Book #9: Fashion Art of the ’70s was carefully chosen from thousands of fashion illustrations published between 1970 and 1977.

Note: This is not a typical coloring book! It features authentic vintage images that were drawn in the 1970s. See the sample pages on this page for a preview of what’s inside this book!

Clothing of the seventies was created from some of the most fantastic and funky patterns & materials. Fabric with geometric prints, zigzags, and paisleys were fashioned into bell-bottomed jeans, hot pants and flowy blouses.

Fashion Art of the '70s - inside (1)

More than ever, women were wearing the pants — especially as part of the trendy pantsuit — but there was still plenty of call for skirts and dresses. Materials included everything from sequins to suedes, crochets to chiffons, designer silks to disco satins.

Each of the 48 full-page images inside was carefully chosen from thousands of fashion illustrations published between 1970 and 1977. There is a lot of variety, but in addition to the hottest styles of the seventies, you will see lots of elongated bodies, silhouetted faces, simplified features, few smiles, and lots of attitude.

Forty years after the fact, grab your pencils or pens and dive into this eclectic set of vintage art to make it all your own! Soon, you’ll have some far-out pictures to remind you of the groovy old days.

Fashion Art of the '70s - inside (2)

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