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Emily Beeson
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Whether you opt for '70s-inspired silk tassels or boho macramé, fringing is in and there's no denying it. Tipped to be a huge interiors trend for the coming seasons, this little detail pays homage to luxury vintage pads and cute beach houses alike.

The trick with fringe is not to overdo it. Artfully selecting a range of textured pieces can really boost a room's appeal and lend it a cool, eclectic edge but there are a few rules to follow. 

Firstly, stick to a simple palette. Ensure your fringed pieces work as accents to the room and avoid massive colour clashes. 

Secondly, less is more so opt for a fringed wall hanging, a few tactile fringed cushions or a textural rug but avoid going for all three in the same room. 

Lastly, stick to a single look in each room. Love pink silk fringe? Work it with simple marble, copper and deep navy velvet. Into rustic artwork in neutral tones? Use it to offset a darker wall colour and pair it with similar natural fabrics like linen. 

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Emily Beeson
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Boho is set to be big this summer but if you’re not ready to go for full-on pom poms and prairie dresses, how about trying a hint of fringe instead? The sleeker, subtler sister of a full-length boho frock, fringed dresses take cues from tasselled garments from way out west. 

Look to Christian Dior's collection for cowgirl-inspired pieces, Loewe for knotted T-shirt dresses and Bottega Veneta for ‘60s-style mini dresses adorned with rock’n’roll leather fringing. Want the look for less? Why not try a simple iteration from Mango, where you’ll find fringed panelling and hems for SS18 – perfect for festivals and sunny days. 

An easy way to infuse your look with a touch of eclectic cool, designers are opting for fringes and tassels to elevate simple looks to new heights this season. Team yours with simple accessories like leather ankle boots, a minimalist clutch or a pair of barely-there heels to let the detailing take centre stage. 

From swinging tassels on day dresses to glittering sequinned threads and flashes of eyelash lace for after dark, fringing is in and here to stay. 

Shop our edit of the best fringed dresses, from high street to high end, below… 

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M.J Ortega
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As I said it before I love a bag with an outstanding design, so of course, fringe bags are one of my favorites.  For me a camel fringe bag has a country feel to it, and I personally love to pair it with neutral clothes! photo credit: @whowhatwear on twitter #bags #fashion # trend #look 

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Lina Psaila
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One of the most immediate trends to emerge from fashion month was anything and everything plastic. Whether it was see-through opac black made of PVC or vinyl, plastic interpretations were appearing everywhere during AW18. Think long practical raincoats at Burberry, moto futurism at Valentino or Chanel's chic 1960's see-through version including capes and boots. 

Even Yeeze caught in on the trend and presented thigh-high tubular boots. Most designers were looking at the trend ironically, attempting to elevate the plastic fabric which is associated with food preservation to a fashion trend. Kind of like 2010's obsession with trash bags. 

Street style was also heavily focused on plastic wear especially when it came to rain gear. Admittedly this trend is challenging to wear IRL even though the synthetic fabric has made its way into our mainstream attire starting from the collections of all our sartorial favourites.#000000"> 

It was Karl Lagerfeld who truly gave PVC an haute couture dimension not only by the artistry with which he crafted the clothes but also by styling them with modern Chanel tweed suits. They were word under feminine hooded rain capes in plastic, denim jackets and skirts were trimmed with plastic fringe while he created low-heeled boots in clear plastic as a luxury alternative to our common rain boot. Similarly, Demna Gvasalia and Acne Studios opted for sleek plastic raincoats. 

This season the trend dominated New York and London alike. Philipp Plein was most experimental by layering faux fur and metallic pieces while Jeremy Scott opted for Space age and taking cues from Barbarella in the 1960's.When it comes to styling, work the trend around your everyday essentials instead of adopting a head-to-toe look. 

Take influencer Yoyo Cao's example by layering a transparent overcoat over a classic camel trench, white tee and distressed denim. Try a plastic trench belted with a Gucci belt or simply invest in plastic accessories: From a see-through bag to a hat or boots, there's always a more nuanced way to incorporate plastic in your everyday attire. 

Browse through our gallery for more plastic-fantastic inspiration from fashion month and scroll below for our edit of the most eclectic plastic items you need to own! 

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Felicia Pennant
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We’ve come to the conclusion that hair slides are seriously underrated as an accessory. Used to clip back a pesky fringe or to decorate an otherwise ordinary hairstyle, Alexa Chung and cult film character Margot Tenenbaum are the poster girls for this off-beat look. The witty words Ashley Williams' have spelled out in crystals have made great streetstyle fodder in recent seasons and it’s now Simone Rocha’s pearls styles that are nestling on the heads of some of the world’s best dressed women. Besides Chung, who’s been spotted out and about at London Fashion Week wearing more than one at once; presenter Laura Jackson is a big fan and wore a pair for her wedding. Pandora Sykes has snapped herself wearing one on Instagram and we’ve noted that what they all have in common is a penchant for jaunty lobs (long bobs). But Solange’s ’A Seat at the Table’ album artwork proved that hair slides will wow in hair of a longer length depending on the arrangement. 


Now that it’s getting warmer, we’d suggest swapping your woolly hat for a eye-catching hair slide. No other jewellery is needed and you can give your ears a rest from heavy statement earrings and build your look around it. Start with one: the more you add, the more attention and compliments you’ll attract. Wire kirby grips are the answer if you’d like to take an ultra minimalist approach- hide tonal ones in your hair and be a little bolder with metallic or bright colours. The fact that they are comparatively cheaper than other accessories is a big bonus and, as size does matter, make sure your hair can hold the slide in place. A spritz of hair spray will help if needed.  

Click through the gallery above for styling inspiration then shop our edit of the best hair slides around below. 

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Hattie Cotmore
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My fourth chosen trend to watch is fringing. Fringe has been a trend since the seventies came back - and I don't think that decade is going to leave any time soon. Fringe is my favourite seventies trend and set to be bigger than ever in 2018. Fringe suede bags and skirts are the texture to complete every outfit. That's seventies style. Image credit: Harper's Bazaar

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Lina Psaila
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With only ten days away from the New Year it's time to say goodbye not only to 2017 but to all the fashion trends we loved and welcome 2018 with open arms. Last year saw the resurgence of many brands, the return of logomania, a bloom of mid-tier designer brands, sparkles, loungewear as daywear, vinyl, reds, and who can forget millennial pink? Now a little wiser we take a look at the trends you'll want to invest for next year! 


NEW TRENCHES 

Take cues from Loewe SS18 and invest in a trench coat that is a bit different than your classic version. It may feature cutouts, fringing or even alternative colouring to your regular camel hues. 

FRINGES ALL AROUND

Speaking of fringing, this is another trend borrowed from previous seasons that is still going strong for 2018. Get inspired by Acne Studios, Diane Von Furstenberg, Calvin Klein and Elie Saab. 

CHECK, PLEASE 

Yes, the check trend is not going anywhere soon, but like all things, it's growing and getting better. This year, add a few unexpected colours to your usual grey palette and don't hesitate to experiment with textures. 

WHITE OUT 

Probably influenced by menswear one of the biggest trends for next year will be the all-white-outfit. Think of Jennifer Lopez's outfit in the maid or a simple white blazer and trousers, as an alternative business attire. This is the perfect alternative to 2017's colour suiting. 

ANIMAL LOVE 

So 2017 saw a boom in animal print with leopard print taking centre stage and brushing off any previous trashy connotations. This year, the animal print expands from leopard print to include snakeskin, animal print patches and it's not only for your shoes and bags but also for trousers or jackets. Have a look at our gallery for more inspiration and shop your favourite styles from our exclusive edit below. 

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Felicia Pennant
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A quick glance at a recent streetstyle album will provide all the evidence you need that the beret has replaced the beanie as the fash pack’s go-to hat. Pushed forward to cover the hair line, back to frame a fringe or placed jauntily at an angle, you can wear it any way you want and it still manages to look oh-so French cool. Blame Dior for starting the trend with leather berets because brands and designers have taken the hat shape and really run with it- crafting them in all sorts of wonderful shades and textures. Wool, sequins, velvet- you name it, there’s probably a beret made in it. And it’s also become an unlikely site for empowering slogans that definitely won’t be obscured by a winter coat. Add in the fact that it’s cold and you want to keep your head warm, there’s no reason not to rock one.  


Well, only if they fit your head properly. A too-tight beret is not a good look for anyone but you don’t want them to be too baggy either because the effect is less chic outfit accent and more sloppy. Having the kind of hair that will retain the beret hat shape for hours after wear or a forehead that indents easily are other potential deterrents. Keeping the beret on at all times in public (inside and outside) could overcome them or equal sweaty/greasy-looking hair; and how insulating or waterproof is a sequin or net-like style exactly? Not very. Some berets are simply worn for decoration. 

Shop your favourite berets from our edit of the best ones available below. 

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Federica Caiazzo
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Fringes all Winter! Here is such a smart idea, Love tiger way the fringe becomes a luxurious detail of a simple black plain sweater! #fringes #gold #sweater

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I love this look!
Annie Walton Doyle
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cut my own hair whilst hungover xx

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Lea Petermeijer
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The Girlboss trailer is officially out!


The Netflix film based on Sophia Amoruso’s bestselling autobiography Girlboss airs on April 21 and has finally released its official trailer. The film follows Amoruso’s life as she went from reselling thrift clothes to building her own hugely successful fashion clothing company, NastyGal. 

Amoruso is played by Britt Robertson, who, as expected, totally rocks the fringe and we simply cannot wait for the film to finally air. After all, this is one of the few movies focusing on a female character’s business career… but hopefully the first of many!

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Welcome to your 2017 trend forecast, where we are reviewing this year's biggest trends so you can stay ahead of the curve. 

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From all yellow everything to tassel details and fashion anarchy, watch our original video above and shop the looks below... 

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