Fringe is making it’s grand fashion entrance into fall collections. We saw a preview of what’s to come on the runways during the fashion weeks that took place this spring. Now, we get to finally get our hands on some of these fantastic fringe pieces. From dresses, to coats, and accessories. We have sourced out some of the best fringe pieces available for early fall for you to grab now.
The last and final show of this year’s Haute Couture Fall 2018 season in Paris succeeded all of our expectations. The magnificent Pierpaolo Piccioli had the honors to close the season with a whimsical show that left everyone breathless. This Italian genius doesn’t always opt for maximalism, but when he does it’s done on a completely new level. If you expected to see a Valentino couture runway filled with glamorous but classy silhouettes, get ready to see things taking a whole U-turn.
It’s always about opulence in Zuhair Murad’s collections. The Lebanese designer presented his Fall 2018 Couture lineup filled with heavy embellishments, rich fabrics, and colors. You simply can’t divide couture from Zuhair Mourad. Glam and extravaganza are in the brand’s DNA and what the designer knows best. The Fall 2018 Couture collection is everything you’ve expected and more.
Maria Grazia Chiuri relied on timeless elegance for her Christian Dior Couture Fall 2018 lineup. It is a year of a royal engagement, royal wedding, and multiple tours where the new Duchess captivated the world with her ultra-feminine style. Ladies around the world are definitely rethinking modest elegant dressing and the new Christian Dior collection might be the right place to search for building a Duchess-like wardrobe.
Maria Grazia Chiuri offered plenty of conservative choices for duchessing around. From classic black dresses to an endless spectrum of nude choices, her couture designs are a feast for the eyes. In a time when the beauty industry is teaching the world a lesson that nude is not one color, Chiuri is doing the exact same thing through her designs. From pale nude dresses to deeper taupe and brown numbers, there are multiple options in the Christian Dior Fall 2018 Couture collection.
The entire lineup feels much more intimate and timeless than her regular sheer offerings with exposed logo underwear and feminist slogans. “Couture is about something hidden, ” Chiuri explained to Vogue. “We have this big opportunity to work with different definition of time. Craftsmanship is long, it is a dream for the future,” the designer added. The couture collections reflect the intimate relationship between the designer and the client. Although we love seeing those naked Dior ensembles in the spotlight, Maria Grazia Chiuri is making sure that her designs are suitable for off-the-red-carpet events too.
However, if you are a fan of the naked fashion and want to have your own free-the-nipple moment, the Christian Dior Fall 2018 Couture collection sure has a lot to offer. For a Bella-Hadid-meets-Dior look, there is an array of completely sheer dresses mostly done in nude color. It’s important to note that Chiuri still kept the silhouettes very elegant and feminine. There is no need to sacrifice on the couture aesthetic while flaunting whole a lot of skin. After all is sort of an artistry to show off your nipples in an elegant way, but Chiuri is well-aware that her Dior gals can pull it off.
The Christian Dior Fall 2018 Couture involves a lot of luxe and class and is meant for women who aren’t obsessed with the latest trends. As with every couture collection, it’s not only about how it looks, but how it feels and makes one feel. This time Chiuri stepped away from her recognizable loud feminist aesthetic and relied on classic silhouettes instead. Without a doubt, she is capable of doing everything with excellence!
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Paris Fashion Week is by far one of the most-visited fashion events of the year. So it is more than expected for the City of Lights to host numerous trending luxury brands. This fall, Gucci decided to do a very unexpected move. The beloved Italian brand will show their Spring 2019 collection in the capital of France.
Gucci might be strongly connected to the Italian history, but ever since Alessandro Michele arrived, he completely transformed the course of the label. The move from Milan to Paris is a part of Michele’s three-step homage to France. Gucci is owned by the French luxury group Kering.
“Gucci is a global brand with deep-seated, robust Italian roots, and a visionary French shareholder, Kering. When Alessandro [Michele] shared with me his wish to present the new collection in Paris, to pursue his France-inspired theme, I realized it was the best way to continue our creative tribute to France. We decided to show on Monday 24th September, the changeover day between the Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks, so as not to upset the presentation calendar. We will then return to Milan from February 2019.”- said Gucci’s CEO Marco Bizzarri.
The luxury label will present their Spring 2019 collection on September 24. This is a one-time only thing since the brand plans on returning back to Milan in February 2019. The decision caught many people off-guard, especially because Gucci used to be a regular at Milan Fashion Week. According to Bizzarri, the date is a “transition day between Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks to avoid impacting schedules”. The label will still host an event in the Italian fashion capital on September 19 at their Gucci Hub.
We are now going through the season of Resort 2019 collections. For these lines, brands tend to get creative and choose fascinating locations all over the world. The Florence-based label is expected to present their Resort 2019 line on Tuesday, May 30. The event will happen in the small city in the southern part of France called Arles. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with an amazing history and fabulous sites to offer.
Dior will show their cruise collection today in Chantilly, France, 40km north from Paris. Louis Vuitton decided to go with Saint-Paul-de-Vence as their location for this year. The event will happen on Monday, May 28. In 2017, Nicolas Ghesquière opted for a whimsical setting in Kyoto, Japan. Maria Grazia Chiuri took the Dior addicts on a trip to Upper Las Virgenes Canyon Open Space Preserve in Calabasas, California.
What was once favorited by clowns, is now favorited by trendsetters and street style gurus everywhere. Mixing patterns is the new thing. Shocked? So was I a bit, but when I tried it, I actually really liked it! Below I am showing you how to create a version of my look, plus some other great ways to mix patterns for whatever the occasion may be. Im my photo I am carrying a bag from BOYY. It’s my new favorite brand of handbags and quickly growing as a favorite in the fashion world as well. It’s a bit of a splurge, but if you don’t mind spending the extra dough on a good bag that goes with almost everything you own, I highly suggest this be the one. It comes in lots of color and size options, including the clutch version that is featured in theist look of this article.
Because of the fabric and fit, my look was super comfy and laid back feeling, but throw on a pair of heels and you’re ready for a nice lunch or dinner.
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