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A is popular in Vogue’s 三The monthly issue, stylisted by Alex Harrington and photographed by Kendall Jenner, celebrates spring’s imperfect fashion. For those wondering what falls into this category, that means dresses, skirts, and blazers look more like a garment in the making than a finished product. Details including raw edges, exposed linings and unfinished edges bring an interesting and surprisingly wearable level of detail and texture to the spring fashion collection.
This particular choice looks more purposefully unfinished than ruined or distressed. Unlike dirty-looking sneakers or ripped jeans, the imperfections in these garments are thoughtfully considered. After a winter of structured trousers and heavy coats, Vogue
fashion editor Mai Morsch is excited to embrace spring styles, whether it’s denim skirts, Sleeveless tops or midi dresses. “Frayed edges, crochet details and romantic distressing provide a fresh air.”
This season Add an unfinished couture to your wardrobe Here’s frayed tops and jackets from Miu Miu, ripped paper skirts from Prada, flowing fringed maxi dresses from Interior, and more.
Interior Trinity Rib Cropped Top
Interior Asa Dyed Linen Midi Dress
Dries Van Noten Open Back Chiffon Top
Jacquemus layered Frayed metallic jeans
The Row Bergliot Off Shoulder Mini Dress
Gabriela Hearst Panel Frayed Maxi Dress
Dries Van Noten Distressed Denim Midi Skirt
Zara printed denim satin effect skirt
MM6 Maison Margiela Unfinished Oversized Vest