New York Fashion Week- Pearls make a statement

The Fashion trends for the fall/winter 2019/20 collections were featured on the runway of the New York Fashion Week, and its interesting how the collections were interpreted on the catwalk. We saw some of the older matirials, gemstones, and other styles popping up in antique and vintage styles, all of which can be worn in everyday life.

This season we are seeing more and more jewellery that’s colourful, sparky, and statement making, which puts an end to the dainty, barely there pieces that set the trend in the past years. From crystal chandelier earrings at Paco Rabanne to the larger-than-life chainlink necklaces from Bottega Veneta, it’s never been more appealing to go all-in for a full jewellery look.
Christian Dior show during Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2019/2020.


Pearls have been getting a makeover for the past couple of years, and they are now coming out of their traditional shell with different types of pearls continuing to evolve with a current vibe. Today’s looks range from the delicately feminine to the edgy and daring look.

Baroque pearls are the trendy go to jewellery for the causal jeans and top look. It adds a level of fashion oomph while being highly professional in the work place.

Earring by Chandrani Pearls

Designers are now also playing with different shapes and sizes of pearls, and including them in their new jewellery range. Designers like Nikos Koulis, Cristian Dior, Marla Aaron have all created lines with pearls as the central theme.

This year you can also expect to see high neck pieces, and Multi strand necklaces to adorn the fashionista who’s who.

We are also in the process of creating our latest line of jewellery, that I’m sure will be highly appreciated by all


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