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
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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