Cool Hunters: Post 10

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Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Fringe in the Press

"Though we feasted our eyes on the fringe skirt long before the start of spring (Michael Kors’ version for fall was divine), there’s been a noticeable uptick on the street style circuit, with fresh iterations that feel ideal for spring. Whether worn with a lived-in T-shirt or a crisp, white button-down, the skirt makes a daring statement."

               "Fringe Is One Of The Biggest Trends Filling The New York Fashion Week Runways"

"It's hard for a piece to feel sophisticated and genuinely fun to wear at the same time, which is why we're psyched that fringe is everywhere and inescapable for spring (and even fall) '15. We're not trying to outrun it. Instead, we're embracing it on the sides of pants, loving it on the edges of skirts, and looking for it on the sleeves of jackets."

"Fringe was far and away one of the bigger hits from the spring 2015 runways"

"Each of the fabulous fringed looks on the Paris runways offered an updated nod to the free-spirited style of the Seventies."

"For fall/winter 2014, we saw designers 
casually dip a toe into fringe, testing the waters with small-scale detailing on sweaters and skirts. But for spring/summer 2015, we’re no longer on the cusp (or should we say, fringe) of the trend—designers have taken things to a whole new frontier with fringed dresses that edge on eveningwear status. Yes, the Western trimming has undergone a high-fashion facelift."

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