Most are familiar with the heavy hitters of bohemian fashion—think frizzling fringes, floral prints, patchwork, crochet, tie-dyes, and more—but on the runway this fall, the trend took on a neo-bohemian twist with an emphasis on glamour and elegance. There were still elements of classic craft-core throughout, including homespun fabrics and patterns of paisley, which felt reminiscent of the flower children of yore. But a neo-bohemian fashion renaissance has commenced thanks to a crop of designers who have made the style their signature like Etro, Chloé, Ulla Johnson, Sea, Zimmermann, and more.
There’s much to like about the neo-bohemian approach, but first and foremost, it’s birthed from the desire and intent to empower sustainable design practices and artisans from around the globe. From sleek suedes and knit maxi dresses to Western cowboy boots and dressed-up denim, this crafty, earthy, and very much intentional trend is for the modern woman who celebrates her festive, bohemian spirit.
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