Fringe is definitely not a new trend. It's resurfacing every few years, each time inspired by different ideas. And every time it appears we get excited! 

If you have been following fashion shows, you probably noticed that a lot of major fashion houses incorporated this ultimate western and 70's inspired trend in their Spring/Summer'18 looks.

Some of the houses, like Calvin Klein went full throttle with it, literally wrapping their models in full fringe looks!

Calvin Klein via VogueUK

Calvin Klein via VogueUK

Calvin Klein via VogueUK

Others were bit more subtle, adding fringes and tassels as a finishing touch

Dolce Gabbana via VogueUK

Christian Dior via VogueUK

When it comes to interior design, fringe is the ultimate way to add texture and bohemian vibe. We, of course, prefer it in rugs ;) (no surprises here), but there's also such options as throws, cushions, art and macrame. The bottom line, the bohemian fringe is back and if you were not sure if you should incorporate it in your interior before, now is definitely the time!