Fringe binge

Shoe de­signer Brian At­wood — whose new Tribeca plat­form sandal ben­e­fits MS re­search— goes crazy for the sea­son’s must-have trend

Chicago Sun-Times - - SPRING FASHION - —Brian At­wood

“Dance par­ties, trop­i­cal skies and fes­ti­vals are a re­minder that spring is right [around] the cor­ner, [so] don’t for­get to add a touch of fringe to your wardrobe. In­vest in a state­ment piece that will give a shake to your look, like a fringe mul­ti­color sandal that will em­pha­size your ev­ery move­ment. Shake it off with fringe tops and skirts, thrown over skinny jeans or a ba­sic tee. Give fringe fever a try, and never get bored with this au­da­cious twist.”

< Brian At­wood: Tribeca in or­ange strass, $920 Meet Brian At­wood and bid on this made-to-or­der shoe (pro­ceeds of which ben­e­fit NMSS) at the Na­tional Mul­ti­ple Scle­ro­sis So­ci­ety’s Women on the Move lun­cheon — which is co-chaired by At­wood’s mom, Dusty Ste­mer — at The Drake Ho­tel (140 E. Wal­ton) April 14. The fam­ily has a per­sonal con­nec­tion to the cause, as At­wood’s sis­ter suf­fers from the dis­ease. For tick­ets to the event, visit Na­tionalmsso­ci­

Etro: tas­seled printed silk scarf, $2,450; Net-a-porter. com

Brian At­wood: Irene, $1,125, IF, 94 Grand, New York, (212) 334-4964;


Bottega Veneta: fringe-trimmed cot­ton blazer, $2,750, 800 N. Michi­gan; Bot­te­

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