With fashion weeks around the world well under way, it’s fun to find eco and earthly trends on the runway. Wood is back in a big way in two leading fashion trends that hit the spring and resort runways: Tribal prints and the 1970’s trend. With 70’s inspired accessories, oversized pieces have been ushered in by designers such as Michael Kors and Chole. Chunky bracelets and watches adorn the wrists of fashionistas, and oversized sunglasses and shoes in experimental materials such as crepe, tweed and wood complete the bohemian, oversized look. Tribal fashions are back as well, but with a modern twist. Classic designs such as the pump and the wedge brought up-to-date with tribal patterns, as well as tribal accessories made of wood and other natural materials rather than metal and hard plastics. Wood is the leading lady of the runways and the trend does not seem to be dying down.
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