I'll show you the first one in this post.
I don't usually go for 1970's patterns. Just a bit too recent for me. I have a couple of Marion magazines from the decade, but that's it.
I like these though.
Although, 1970's coats are nearly always to my taste. I would definitely wear these.
And the one here on the right.
As you would expect, 1971 still looks pretty sixties in a mainstream magazine like this. If I only saw the picture of this suit, I'd date it a couple of years earlier.
Apparently, loud prints and weaves in bold colours were all the rage.
Oh, and the hooded dress is fun too.
Compared to the earlier Frohne publications I have, these designs are very nicely illustrated. Back in the 50's and early 60's, you would get just a couple of photographs (usually in black and white) and drawings of (often) mediocre quality for the rest. Clearly, printing techniques had improved over time and the reproduction of (colour) photographs was much cheaper in the 1970's than before.