Yvestyle Women's Spring 2015 Trend: FRINGE, Fray, Frou

Designers left us hanging with a free-wheeling spirit of the hippie era with 
fringes flying off hemlines and anywhere else in the body -
even bolder and braver to be in the mix with easy casuals!
FRINGES have gone from just being a rockabilly to a modern-lady decoration. 

A head start on fringe is by way of a shirt like this Paul Smith long version - his "new idea" that's very wearable for a summer sojourn. 
Kept everything else clean but with a wink to the hem.

Paul Smith Spring/Summer 2015

Proenza Schouler's change-up on American sportswear was all the rage at New York
especially with their air-sweeping fringes that replaced body-hugging sportswear bands.

EmilioPucci's Peter Dundas was in his element as he (always) sexifies easy pieces with crochet and kitschy embellishments.

Julie de Libran had a successul debut at Sonia Rykiel - romancing utility or casual wear with knits and tweeds with frayed edges, proving her light touch is a good reboot for the brand.

Sonia Rykiel Spring/Summer 2015

Elie Tahari's "shipwrecked, high-tech bohemian" married natural materials with cutting-edge fabrics. Soft leather jackets, gauzy blouses and edging these up with suede or leather fringe skirts were the formula for the modern bohemian.

 Marco de Vicenzo was the main man for "luxe fringe" this season.
His silk-fringe checked pieces that swished out at the beginning of the show were complicated to make but looked fine-tuned and streamlined.


photos from style.com

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