Thursday, September 14, 2017

New York Fashion Week S/S '18 Trend Report: Fringe Benefits

New York Fashion Week just wrapped up and while there are so many shakeups happening in the industry (four editors of major magazines have left their posts in the past week!), the collections beautifully soldiered on. One of the biggest trends for Spring/Summer 2018 will definitely be fringe, as it was noticed on nearly every runway.

At Alexander Wang, fringe was incorporated into his must-have bags, like this belt bag that was styled high and over the shoulder.

Anna Sui's ombré fringe scarf added to the retro "Summer of Love" vibes of her collection.

Brightly-colored fringe added another variant of texture to Diane Von Furstenberg's skirt that was paired with a neutral cropped jacket.

Naeem Khan showed how this trend can work for the red carpet: tiered, fringed raffia lined his pastel gown, adding a fun elegance to the look.

Pamella Roland's take on this went in a more art-deco direction, with Gatsby-esque quality to her beaded and glittering cocktail dress.

At Sachin & Babi, you can almost feel the vibrancy of an eclectic strapless frock in a rainbow of tiered fringe.

Sexy and strappy, Sally La Pointe's little black dress featured a swath of fringe playing along the hem.

A colorful crossbody with long fringe accentuated the casual-chic and otherwise neutral look at Vivienne Tam.

New York Fashion Week's designers showed that the fringe trend can go from day to night. You can incorporate it into your wardrobe easily with statement accessories, or add pieces with full on fringe fabulousness! An added bonus: the added swing movement that fringe provides will entice you to strut your style just a bit more!

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