New York Fashion Week S/S 2016: The Power of Swing and Pop at Lela Rose
We’re now far enough into New York Fashion Week to see critical mass on a few things, and fringe is one of them. Not just on the runway, but in the streets and at the shows.
All images by Jessa Carter
We were admiring a few variations on the theme in the audience before the Lela Rose show began on Monday morning, and then out came even more on the runway. From feathery texture to full fringe stripes as well as sheer organza pants and lots of floral 3-D embellishments and bright, neon pops—plus a hanging tulip garland mimicking, in a big way, the trim trend—here’s our lookbook.
Among girls who love a swingy party dress—and day dresses that make work feel (a little) like a party—Lela Rose is a favorite name. It’s a safe bet that those women will have a little extra pop and swing in their step come next spring.
Shop: current season Lela Rose
—Laura Cassidy and Jessa Carter