The 70s wasn't all about bell-bottomed trousers, floppy hats and Lennon-esque sunglasses—take a look at the revival of boho luxe on the runways of A/W 2015 with plenty of diaphanous floral dresses and fringed details. If you thought that the bohemian aesthetic only works in the plains of Coachella coupled with DIY flower crowns, these absolutely chic and ultra-feminine looks will change your sentiment. Roberto Cavalli, Chloé and Lanvin went evening-appropriate with ethereal floral floor-length dresses whereas Christopher Bailey combined two quintessential 70s elements—fringe and patchwork quilt in Burberry's A/W 2015 collection.