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Gypsy Woman
We love us some ’70s Cher, especially when casually dressed in this fur-lined coat (Almost Famous, anyone?). If you want some chic hippie flair for yourself, head on over to eBay, where you’ll find plenty of jackets similar to this one. Click here to see. 
(Photo courtesy of Boho Gypsy Girl. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Gypsy Woman

We love us some ’70s Cher, especially when casually dressed in this fur-lined coat (Almost Famous, anyone?). If you want some chic hippie flair for yourself, head on over to eBay, where you’ll find plenty of jackets similar to this one. Click here to see

(Photo courtesy of Boho Gypsy Girl. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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eBay Find: Perfectly Charming
We’re loving this 18k Pomellato gold monkey pendant from the ’70s that we just found on eBay. Playful and quirky, this would make the perfect gift for any friend with a youthful spirit… or a penchant for primates. Click here to check it out.
(Photo courtesy of eBay seller nadinekrakov. Text by Jenny Bahn)

eBay Find: Perfectly Charming

We’re loving this 18k Pomellato gold monkey pendant from the ’70s that we just found on eBay. Playful and quirky, this would make the perfect gift for any friend with a youthful spirit… or a penchant for primates. Click here to check it out.

(Photo courtesy of eBay seller nadinekrakov. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Anyone who ever complains that nothing great came out of the ’70s should be promptly shown this car, a 1972 BMW 3.0CS, and change their tune immediately. One of only 1,172 produced, this emerald beauty is a real gem. It’s currently available on eBay. Click here to see it

(Photo courtesy of eBay seller carsschmitt.com. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Modern Eclectic 
We’re sort of dying over Nanette Lepore’s Amagansett cabin in the Hamptons. The space has an anything goes, silk road vibe to it, with a lot of midcentury and ’70s flair to round everything off — all of which plays against the barn-like wood paneling. To see the rest of the house, click here. And if you’re digging the natural wood coffee table, click here to see a similar one available on eBay.
(Photo courtesy of Glamorai. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Modern Eclectic 

We’re sort of dying over Nanette Lepore’s Amagansett cabin in the Hamptons. The space has an anything goes, silk road vibe to it, with a lot of midcentury and ’70s flair to round everything off — all of which plays against the barn-like wood paneling. To see the rest of the house, click here. And if you’re digging the natural wood coffee table, click here to see a similar one available on eBay.

(Photo courtesy of Glamorai. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Andrei Tarkovsky 

In keeping with yesterday’s vintage Polaroid post, here are some gorgeous snaps from Andrei Tarkovsky, director of the original Russian sci-fi art film Solaris, filmed in 1972. The medium is known for its muddying capabilities, which is part of its charm. To follow in this talented man’s footsteps, grab a camera yourself and start shooting. Click here to see the vintage Polaroid cameras circa 1970 available on eBay

(Photos courtesy of Flavorwire. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Double Take 
Look familiar? We’re seeing some pretty stark similarities between this vintage shot and Louis Vuitton’s Spring 2013 show. Hey, when something’s good, it deserves a second chance, right? If this graphic scheme is right up your alley, scope out the interesting selection of checkered dresses available for purchase on eBay.
(Photo courtesy of Fashion Gone Rogue. Text by Jenny Bahn) 

Double Take 

Look familiar? We’re seeing some pretty stark similarities between this vintage shot and Louis Vuitton’s Spring 2013 show. Hey, when something’s good, it deserves a second chance, right? If this graphic scheme is right up your alley, scope out the interesting selection of checkered dresses available for purchase on eBay.

(Photo courtesy of Fashion Gone Rogue. Text by Jenny Bahn) 

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Albert Watson
Taken for Vogue in 1977, this shot by Scottish photographer Albert Watson still feels relevant today. Though well known for his fashion and art photography, Watson’s most recognizable image is a portrait of Alfred Hitchcock holding a dead goose, which ran in Harper’s Bazaar in 1973 — his first celebrity portrait of many. Over the course of his impressive career, Watson has shot everyone from President Bill Clinton to Kate Moss.
Click here for Albert Watson books and images available for sale on eBay.
(Photo courtesy of Albert Watson via Vogue. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Albert Watson

Taken for Vogue in 1977, this shot by Scottish photographer Albert Watson still feels relevant today. Though well known for his fashion and art photography, Watson’s most recognizable image is a portrait of Alfred Hitchcock holding a dead goose, which ran in Harper’s Bazaar in 1973 — his first celebrity portrait of many. Over the course of his impressive career, Watson has shot everyone from President Bill Clinton to Kate Moss.

Click here for Albert Watson books and images available for sale on eBay.

(Photo courtesy of Albert Watson via Vogue. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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The Sunny Side 
It’s freezing everywhere right now so we may as well wrap ourselves up in blankets, hunker down in our toasty apartments and live vicariously through this photograph of Lindsey Wixon by Venetia Scott. The whole editorial (seen here) is pure ’70s gold, as seen with these lounge chairs. We did some digging and found a set of funky, flower-power Finkel patio chairs on eBay. Finkel was apparently popular back then; check out these modern, mid-century patio chairs they designed in pink. Last but not least, by any means, here’s a Vladimir Kagan chaise lounge selling for $1,250. 
(Photo courtesy of Venetia Scott via Rag Pony. Text by Jenny Bahn)

The Sunny Side 

It’s freezing everywhere right now so we may as well wrap ourselves up in blankets, hunker down in our toasty apartments and live vicariously through this photograph of Lindsey Wixon by Venetia Scott. The whole editorial (seen here) is pure ’70s gold, as seen with these lounge chairs. We did some digging and found a set of funky, flower-power Finkel patio chairs on eBay. Finkel was apparently popular back then; check out these modern, mid-century patio chairs they designed in pink. Last but not least, by any means, here’s a Vladimir Kagan chaise lounge selling for $1,250. 

(Photo courtesy of Venetia Scott via Rag Pony. Text by Jenny Bahn)