When you want to add dimensionality and texture to your outfits, this fall, we recommend fringe. Fringe lends itself to movement and a sense of freedom, whether it’s a skirt to cut loose in or a new take on a statement cape. For all the inspiration you need, look through this gorgeous story, photographed by Samuel Bradley and styled by Raphael Hirsch against an ethereal natural landscape. A textured Bottega Veneta coat offers covet-worthy warmth, for example, and a gorgeous Alberta Ferretti dress will make you want to dress up again, whether it’s for a socially-distanced night on the town or just an escapist moment at home. From floor-length pieces that add a sense of drama to cozy layers you’ll want to curl up in, fringe can be dressed up or down in the most delightful ways. Models Precious Kevin and Eman Deng show how to perfectly style the trend.
STRING THEORY Let things fly with floor-length pieces. From left: Lanvin jacket, $2,490, and pants, $1,050, lanvin.com, Jil Sander jacket, $2,860, jilsander.com, vintage Andres Sardá dress, price upon request, templearchive.com; Gabriela Hearst coat, $7,950, Gabriela Hearst, 985 Madison Avenue, New York, Brunello Cucinelli shirt, $1,395, Brunello Cucinelli, 136 Greene Street, New York, Ulla Johnson skirt, price upon request, ullajohnson.com
LEAPS & BOUNDS Rich hues highlight long styles. Brunello Cucinelli sweater, $2,295, and shirt, $1,695, Brunello Cucinelli, 136 Greene Street, New York, Ottolinger skirt, price upon request, ottolinger.com, Mark Fast dress, price upon request, markfast.com, Gabriela Hearst boots, $1,090, Gabriela Hearst, 985 Madison Avenue, New York