Darren Kennedy: How to wear fishnets outside of hosiery
Fishnets are so much more than hosiery
Bear with me here - fishnets really are trending right now. Beyond its association with risqué hosiery, the thin diamond-shaped netting is being used in everything from handbags to dresses this season.
The fabric was seen at Dior, where the models showcased beige-toned, virtually see-through fishnet dresses with berets, leather belts and the iconic saddle bag.
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At Chloé, Salvatore Ferragamo and Altuzarra, there were more bohemian-style offerings (mostly paired with shell belts, fringed clutch bags and beaded tassels). Irish-born designer JW Anderson went for fishnet maxi skirts with frayed hemlines.
Over at Dolce & Gabbana, where sexiness is always on the agenda, a model sashayed down the catwalk in a fitted black knitted net dress that wouldn't have looked out of place in 1950s Sicily; whereas at Saint Laurent, Louis Vuitton and Paco Rabanne, a thoroughly modern take on fishnets was evident in the futuristic and structured metallic mesh.
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White fishnet can make it look as if you came from the beach, but there's something alluring about black. Take a leaf out of the Dolce & Gabbana playbook and team your dress with a satin slip.
Get ready for a nostalgic throwback with the Summer Heritage collection from Tommy Hilfiger.
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