Shoe designer Brian Atwood — whose new Tribeca platform sandal benefits MS research— goes crazy for the season’s must-have trend
“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 Nationalmssociety.org.
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; Bottegaveneta.com