Flappers loved them, hippies too. From the roaring '20s to boho chic, to the very latest collections: in soft fabric, precious, in suede, extra long or shorter, multi-colored or in one shade... What are we talking about? Of the fringes, of course.
Madeleine Vionnet and Charles Worth made them iconic, protagonists of garments that made an era and not only great and unforgettable. Sophisticated, elegant and hand-made, Vionnet's garments moved like micro waves, sparkling and perfect for dancing the famous Charleston, those of the master.
Still fringed, but country, we speak with the contestation and the seventies; It is impossible not to mention king Elvis who made them a real must have with his "fringed" jackets.
But… how to wear them now? Discover all of our proposals: from casual to elegant, fringes are unleashed to the rhythm of fashion on many different looks. All to try. So what about if not... Fringes, fringes and yes more fringes. Make a good and right use of it, because you know too much is good!
Halfjill Collar – Maison Dressage.
More than a necklace, a real cascade of fringes. Maison Dressage reinterprets the choker making it exclusive and the absolute protagonist of your looks. Handmade with details in vegetable tanned black leather.
Cloe Small Red Floral – Kristina C.
To be carried by hand or over the shoulder, the mini bag by Kristina C. is a mix of style, elegance and design. A handcrafted accessory that stands out: for its print and fringes!
Kyriake Oversize Tshirt – Alessandro De Benedetti.
Add to the versatility of an iconic piece like the t-shirt the research and style of the 100% made in Italy brand Alessandro De Benedetti. A winning mix (and a garment)!
Strass Sweatshirt – Circus Hotel.
Sparkling, precious and glam: the fringes of Circus Hotel have really won us over! Applied to the collar of the sweatshirt they add that chic touch to a garment with essential shapes and a sporty style. A real blow and classy detail!
Luccini Bootie Black – Susana Madrid.
Small and in leather: Susana Madrid's fringes make this model of ankle boots even more exclusive and gritty. Ideal to combine with jeans for a more casual look or with a skirt and light dresses for romantic and feminine combinations.