Whether she was modeling for Vogue or turning heads at Studio 54, Marisa Berenson’s captured the industry’s
attention with a carefree bohemia that came to define the ‘70s fashion scene.
Her meteoric rise in modeling happened just as the “Youthquake” movement was taking off, making Berenson an ideal match for the decade’s op-art prints and high hemlines.
As the granddaughter to surrealist fashion designer Elsa Schiaparelli, Berenson seemed to have an innate flair for glamorous metallics and layers of decadent jewels.
It was during a photo shoot in the ‘70s that Berenson first discovered Marrakech. Since then, flowing caftans and rich tapestry prints have been regulars in her wardrobe.
The Gypset Bohemian
An elegant sophistication leads the way this season as Fall’s new heroine opts for global prints, delicate textures, and sweeping feminine silhouettes.
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