Fringe is a popular trim, but this season it’s a popular fabric. Designers created entire garments out out of fringe, so there was a lot of movement on the runway this season. Let’s take a look at the fabulous fringe of Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear.
Fringe dresses were popular this season. Vionnet’s dress was simply a body suit with fringe attachments, while Monique Lhullier and Marchesa Notte added trim to long dresses. Martin Grant’s cocktail dress is the focus of any party, while Halpern’s blue dress is a real show stopper.
Dress up your garments with these fringes:
Fringe is perfect for skirts, as it adds depth and movement in all the right places. Stella Jean and Marco de Vincenzo both went with short tiers for a textured skirt, while Rachel Comey utilized a longer fringe for a similar effect. Custo Barcelona’s asymmetrical skirt looks beach ready, and Monse’s long fringe is perfect for showing off some leg while leaving something to the imagination.
Check out these trims:
Fringe tops are the best way to add elegance to a casual outfit. Christopher Kane and Diane von Furstenberg both create patterns with their fringe, while Nina Ricci simply placed fringe on a tank top. Tsumori Chisato uses a button up with layers of different colors, and Bottega Veneta’s golden fringe top is perfect for a night out on the town.
Get the look with these fabrics:
Most people see fringe as a trim, and these designers lived up to that expectation. Antonio Marras used fringe in tiers to add depth and movement, while Pamella Roland and Julien Macdonald simply added fringe trim to different areas of their dresses. Tabula Rasa utilizes the boho fringe, and Mira Mikati’s colorful fringe adds a joyful element to this simple ensemble.
Take on these trims:
Do you let your fringe flag fly? Let me know in the comments!