The vibe of independent Jewelry style

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seashells by the seashore Michael Kors set the tone in New York with his beach towels stamped with the MK Beach Club logo, held by models that wore glistening shell-shaped rings and pendants.

Sea shells sea shells by the sea shore Michael Kors set the tone in New York with his beach towels stamped with the MK Beach Club logo, held by models that wore glistening shell-shaped rings and pendants. In Milan, Etro made the temperature rise with their surf spirit runway, inspired by Californian vibes and complete with shell earrings bordered by pearls. Joseph Altuzarra took us on a Caribbean escape and went for a more audacious look with shredded belts and fishnet dresses, accessorized with crafted shell necklaces. Photo: Missoni, Etro and Altuzarra

 Etro made the temperature rise with their surf spirit runway, inspired by Californian vibes and complete with shell earrings bordered by pearls. Joseph Altuzarra took us on a Caribbean escape and went for a more audacious look with shredded belts and fishnet dresses, accessorized with crafted shell necklaces.

Getting an ear (cuff) full This season, earrings took on a new dimension. Margiela went simple, Mugler loved a futuristic look and Fendi was a fan of sportswear. Our next jewelry must-haves are the XXL ear-wear at Balmain and the futuristic eighties look at Miu Miu, which seemed to defy gravity and form a type of couture armor. Photo: Balmain, Maison Margiela and Miu Miu

Getting an ear (cuff) full this season, earrings took on a new dimension. Margiela went simple, Mugler loved a futuristic look and Fendi was a fan of sportswear. Our next jewelry must-haves are the XXL ear-wear at Balmain and the futuristic eighties look at Miu Miu, which seemed to defy gravity and form a type of couture armor.

Avant-garde revolution It’s the moment every jewelry enthusiast lives for: a designer comes along with an ultra-creative twist on regular accessories and changes the industry standard. This season three avant-garde propositions took our fancy; the neon reinterpretation of bourgeois earrings at Marine Serre, the neck brace choker at Loewe and the new-age French horn necklace from Y/Project. Photo: Marine Serre, Loewe and Y/Project

Avant-garde revolution’s the moment every jewelry enthusiast lives for: a designer comes along with an ultra-creative twist on regular accessories and changes the industry standard. This season three avant-garde propositions took our fancy; the neon reinterpretation of bourgeois earrings at Marine Serre, the neck brace choker at Loewe

Pile on the necklaces An accumulation of necklaces that would thrill any jewelry lover. Layering was perfected by Paco Rabanne this season, with medallions designed by Charlotte Chesnais, leading the charge. Mixing and matching gave a vintage allure at Alexander McQueen and Giambattista Valli utilized unusual stones for standout pieces. Photo: Giambattista Valli, Alexander McQueen and Paco Rabanne

Pile on the necklaces accumulation of necklaces that would thrill any jewelry lover. Layering was perfected by Paco Rabanne this season, with medallions designed by Charlotte Chesnais, leading the charge. Mixing and matching gave a vintage allure at Alexander McQueen and Giambattista Valli utilized unusual stones for standout

Crescent moon hoops The must-have accessory at Valentino, worn by 90s model Kristen McMenamy, golden crescent-moon hoops were an unexpected trend this season. A variation on the hoops that we saw this summer, Prabal Gurung updated designer Tasaki’s usual pearl look with balancing crescents and at Y/Project XXL hoops seemed to be sliced with a laser.  Photo: Prabal Gurung, Y/Project and Valentino

Crescent moon hoopsThe must-have accessory at Valentino, worn by 90s model Kristen McMenamy, golden crescent-moon hoops were an unexpected trend this season. A variation on the hoops that we saw this summer, Prabal Gurung updated designer Tasaki’s usual pearl look with balancing crescents and at Y/Project XXL hoops seemed to

A night out on the town Who needs a disco ball when you’ve got these earrings? Givenchy decided to emulate mobiles which are sure to catch every light they’re under. Balenciaga opted for super-cute sparkling hearts and Jacquemus designed literal glitter balls that will liven up any dancefloor. Photo: Balenciaga, Jacquemus and Givenchy

A night out on the town who needs a disco ball when you’ve got these earrings? Givenchy decided to emulate mobiles which are sure to catch every light they’re under. Balenciaga opted for super-cute sparkling hearts and Jacquemus designed literal glitter balls that will liven up any dancefloor.

All chained up Virgil Abloh seems to be obsessed with chains, which have been seen at Off-White’s menswear show as well as at Louis Vuitton and even Off-White’s womenswear in XXL versions. The key to their success? The industrial look that leans itself to layering or can equally be worn as a statement piece. Photo: Paco Rabanne, Marni and Off-White

All chained up Virgil Abloh seems to be obsessed with chains, which have been seen at Off-White’s menswear show as well as a Louis Vuitton and even Off-White’s womenswear in XXL versions. The key to their success? The industrial look that leans itself to layering or can equally be worn as a statement piece.Photo: Paco Rabanne, Marni, and Off-White

Say your name Logo looks are sticking around for a little longer. Chanel dominated the name-dropping jewelry look, with sparkling earrings spelling out their name (one syllable in each ear). The Carrie Bradshaw effect took over at Balenciaga, with dainty logo necklaces and at Burberry gold earrings offered a more subtle to rock the trend. Photo: Chanel, Balenciaga and Burberry

Say your name logo looks are sticking around for a little longer. Chanel dominated the name-dropping jewelry look, with sparkling earrings spelling out their name (one syllable in each ear). The Carrie Bradshaw Effect took over at Balenciaga, with dainty logo necklaces, and at Burberry, gold earrings offered a more subtle to rock the

You and who’s arm cuff? A year ago, Natacha Ramsay-Levi revived our love for this ancient-inspired accessory at her first Chloé show. Since then the arm cuff has flown the flag for Chloé. At Saint Laurent, a bejeweled serpent arm cuff was spotted, glittering under the night sky in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower, likewise, at Giambattista Valli, rawer more natural stones stole the show and arty sun-shapes were seen at Rodarte. Photo: Chloé, Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello and Giambattista Valli

You and who’s arm cuff? A year ago, Natacha Ramsay-Levi revived our love for this ancient-inspired accessory at her first Chloé show. Since then the arm cuff has flown the flag for Chloé. At Saint Laurent, a bejeweled serpent arm cuff was spotted, glittering under the night sky in the shadow of the Eiffel Tower, likewise, at Giambattista Valli, rawer more natural stones stole the show and arty sun-shapes were seen at Rodarte.

Second wind Double usage accessories were everywhere this season pairedwith an overtone of fun. At Burberry we spotted the passport/necklace combination and then there were fork earrings and even a purse that moonlights as a bracelet (try losing that on a night out). Designers gave new meaning to menial objects, creating charming and super playful accessories. Our personal favorite was the komboloï, seen at Tory Burch, which is a Greek necklace thought to possess anti-stress qualities. Photo: Burberry, Tory Burch and Loewe

Second wind Double usage accessories were everywhere this season paired with an overtone of fun. At Burberry, we spotted the passport/necklace combination and then there were fork earrings and even a purse that moonlights as a bracelet (try losing that on a night out). Designers gave new meaning to menial objects, creating charming and super playful accessories. Our personal favorite was the komboloï, seen at Tory Burch, which is a Greek necklace thought to possess anti-stress qualities

Wild Wild West  We hardened ourselves in the Western wind that took over the Fall/Winter 2018-2019 runways, and it appears this trend is going nowhere. Feathers aplenty were aligned with a vibe of independent style at Louis Vuitton, Longchamp and even took on tribal at Loewe. Photo:  Louis Vuitton, Longchamp and Loewe

Wild Wild West We hardened ourselves in the Western wind that took over the Fall/Winter 2018-2019 runways, and it appears this trend is going nowhere. Feathers aplenty were aligned with a vibe of independent style at Louis Vuitton, Longchamp and even took on tribal at Loewe.

The ‘so fetch’ 00s revival Marni and Stella McCartney had ankle bracelets, Etro had an abundance of surfer necklaces and Chloé went full-on 00s with toe rings. Goodbye 90s revival! A new nostalgic wave is breaking. Photo: Chloé, Etro and Marni

The ‘so fetch’ 00s revival Marni and Stella McCartney had ankle bracelets, Etro had an abundance of surfer necklaces and Chloé went full-on 00s with toe rings. Goodbye 90s revival! A new nostalgic wave is breaking.



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