Fringe Fever 2014/15

Trend: Swinging Fringing


Take a look at the glitzy metallic fringing, and shimmy styles that have hit the catwalk this AW14/15. From Valentino with embroidery, fringing and studs – layer your textures up next season. are just some of the designer labels who featured fringing on their AW catwalks. The fringe has been part of the fashion industry for many years from the early days of the Native Americans to the 60’s and now it is trending again this season.



There are endless “theme” inspired trends with the fringe from the cabaret look which showed leather fringes swished along the catwalks at Marc Jacobs, Emilio Pucci and Felder Felder. interpreted on their runways to the more natural Native American inspiration This has captured the imagination of the high street as the must-have finishing touch. And  the A-list are indulging in some fringe benefits – channelling spring’s wild west vibe, as seen on the catwalk at Givenchy and Alessandro Dell’ Acqua.


From full on fringed dresses to tasselled boots and bags that nod to the look, this week everyone is rocking fringing. So get into the swing of things with eye-catching fringed dresses and trimmings that will keep you dazzling from sun up to sun down and beyond. Choose your favourite style maker for an envy-worthy look. Whether used as a hippie accessory or to decorate a flapper-style dress, fringing will be everywhere this summer.


Celebrities haven’t waited for the onset of good weather to sport the trend in various guises on bags, outfits and even jewellery. Keep your fringe simple and do not wear fringe on fringe as you should make your fringe your focus point and not overdo it.


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