Folkloric woven trims, though very beautiful and expressive, are rarely seen in high fashion. You will see them in German dirndls, or home made hippie dresses, but even at the height of the rich hippie era, the use of this type of adornment was not often used. The brilliant Giorgio Sant Angleo is the only designer I can think of that successfully integrated this type of trim into a wearable, fashionable garment. In fact, its the trim that makes this skirt so very special. Sant Angelo was all about freedom, and this skirt that mixes panels of bright patterned fabrics, with bright patterned trims is as free as you can get.