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Do you <3 fringe? Lately there has been a resurgence of fringe- and no offense to those who have been rocking fringe all along- a la suede jackets from the 60s and moccasins- but there is a new kind of fringe on the horizon. This fringe is soft and slinky (Rodarte), conceptually cut in leather (Balenciaga), dyed in an ombre fashion (Topshop), and quite feminine, yet is has an edge that is very current.

I used to be a dancer and my costumes always seemed to have some sort of neon fringe attached to them, and this same fringe is now on skirts, t-shirts, bags- but it is dyed neutral tones creating an almost gothic look, like Marchesa Casati might have worn. I am really loving the comeback. Do you?


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    Oct 18, 2016, 10.40 AMby stupidforever2010

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    Oct 4, 2009, 12.43 AMby sojo

    I love fringe!!! any fringe orientated designs or patterns would be highly welcome

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    Oct 2, 2009, 03.55 AMby loyl8

    I personally love fringe I am going to try to make something really cute with fringe that doesnt look costumey, maybe use something I already have :) reduse reuse recycle

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    Oct 2, 2009, 03.53 AMby loyl8

    I personally love fringe I am going to try to make something really cute with fringe that doesnt look 1920s or costumey.

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    Oct 1, 2009, 09.26 PMby wzrdreams

    I loved the metal fringe on those Balenciaga scarves (far left). That was such a great season.

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    Oct 1, 2009, 03.39 AMby tasallison

    I have this awesome leather work book that shows how to add fringes to boots and even to make an awesome little leather lace-like bolero…the 1970’s knew how to do hippy leather!

    i’d love to see some burdastyle creations with fringe-influences.

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