The Fashion Trends area

  • The Fashion Trends area

  • Fashion Trends returned in January 2018, with the aim to exceed buyers’ expectations while staying in tune with the market.

    The area was designed in the style of a department store where fashion jewellery is displayed alongside fine jewellery and watches, to illustrate Spring-Summer 2018 trends.

    Rediscover a carefree and creative fashion as worn by a multi-faceted woman:
    Dazzling and sexy in “Glam Night”
    Gentle and graceful in “Garden Pastel”
    Exquisite and exotic in “Tropic Aquatic”
    Bold and energetic in “Urban Arty”

  • Glam Night

    Glam Night

    This theme embodies a glamourous, sexy woman who loves to sparkle like the stars and dance the night away. The range of contrasting colours combines black with silver grey, electric blue with ultraviolet, and includes splashes of ruby fuchsia. Sequins, paillettes, coloured strass, chains and even crystal are prevalent throughout.

    A word from Elizabeth Leriche:
    “This trend takes us back to the 1980s, an era that has inspired the jewellery world for some time. We decided to give it a new twist by mixing up the colours and modernising the trend by introducing more contemporary, fashion-forward pieces such as chokers, cuffs and extra-long earrings. Glam Night pays tribute to the disco years.”

  • Garden Pastel

    This trend has a gentle, sensual feel conveyed through a palette of fresh, spring colours combined with floral motifs. Shades such as vanilla yellow, dusky pink, sky blue, lilac and aqua green all come together across a range of floaty fabrics embellished with frills and flounces. A feminine spring look is created by blending long pearl necklaces, a resin and mother of pearl flower brooch, feather and strass necklaces and princess tiara.

    A word from Elizabeth Leriche:
    “With the use of lace and sheer chiffon, the Garden Pastel theme represents a flourishing world in which women are both romantic and sensual. We have played around with the ‘rules of femininity,’ devising a range of pastel colours but combining them with micro or oversized floral motifs.”

    Garden Pastel
  • Tropic Aquatic

    Tropic Aquatic

    This third trend represents a woman who loves all things tropical, like a siren lit up by aquatic glints from the sea, adorned with hibiscus flowers while basking in the shade of palm trees. Gold, coral, resin, straw and even horn are used to create jewellery in organic shapes, conjuring images of an underwater world with a touch of the tropics.

    A word from Elizabeth Leriche:
    “With this trend, we’re blending different materials to represent an exotic, modern woman. Land and sea converge through colour combinations that include synthetic materials and nods to the sea: coral, lagoon blue, jewellery made of sea shells and horn, resin and raffia, and even fish scales.”

  • Urban Arty

    ‘Urban Arty’ epitomises an independent, city woman who bases her wardrobe on all things artistic, from street art to pop art, as the mood takes her. This trend is captured by the layering of materials, to play on the idea of oversizing, associated with graphic and geometric motifs. The main materials used include metal, enamel, resin, Perspex, vinyl and leatherette.

    A word from Elizabeth Leriche:
    “We hoped to rework the world of pop art through this trend, which is inspired by contemporary art galleries. To capture the vibrancy of this theme, the range of colours will be very striking: acid yellow, vermillion, Klein blue and chlorophyll green. This eye-catching palette is complemented by jewellery with an artistic flair, such as op art rings and comic-inspired brooches.”

    Urban Arty
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