EDMONTON — Tribal prints, loose, flowing shapes, natural fabrics and other fashion influences from the 1970s are being reinterpreted for today in a modern take on boho chic.
Designers like Michel Kors and Hugo Boss are using patterns — some Navajo-like, some more African-inspired — in dresses and tops, says Tracy Bradley, manager of Blu’s Womenswear downtown. She points to a Kors maxi dress featuring colourful beading and a simple Boss skirt with a gold, black and green tribal print.
At C’est Sera, staff are seeing the influence in “lots of prints, lots of loose, flowing garments and layering of textures and prints. We’re seeing a lot of accessories with big feather earrings, big, floppy hats, scarves and the cross-body bags,” says Stephanie Albrecht, a sales associate at the store. Visit this link for more pictures and information about this hot new tribal trend.
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This is a great article on the hot tribal trend this season. Blu’s Womens Wear has featured some great pieces by designers such as Hugo Boss, Michael Kors, Abaco, Sam Edelman, Taifun, Chie Mihara and Sarah Pacini. Click here to visit www.edmontonjournal.com for more pictures and information.