The seventies escaped the runways of New York City and took an international flight. Topshop Unique‘s incredible runway presentation for London Fashion Week featured afros, bell bottoms, fringe and platform heels. The prints were retro, but the designs themselves stayed fresh and experimental. The show took place in the old Eurostar terminal at Waterloo station, which was essentially the longest, most uphill walk in heels you could imagine. (Some lucky whos-whos got golf-carted to the runway from the door. It was that long.) So worth it, though. How can lucite heels, Jourdan and Coco not be?