OSCAR DE LA RENTA: Inspired by a visit to the Cloisters, Elizabethan textiles, tapestries and ornamentation, design duo Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia infused floral and celestial motifs into crystal earrings, brooches and necklaces. ALICE & OLIVIA: What can we say? Rebellious glamour meets Victoriana opulence with a side of rock ‘n’ roll. We just need that tiara in our life.BADGLEY MISCHKA: Known for their rich jewel tones and high glamour, the design duo brought on a dose of heavily beaded embellished looks with jaw dropping statement earrings covered in feathers, floral appliques and crystals. Our favorite? The jewel- encrusted neckline with pearl drop detail. Source: Getty Images/Vogue.com/NowFashion
LIBERTINE: Designer Johnson Hartig is a magical magpie at heart. We were floored with the stacks of necklaces that featured vibrant beaded skulls, Chinese snuff bottles and fruit. Wide chokers of iridescent crystals adorned the models’ necks. The inspiration for the collection -the 1930s, Art Deco, China and opium dens to name a few. Standout piece? The embroidered watch covered jacket decorated with eye buttons. ANNA SUI: ‘Beloved’ was the title of the designer’s FW18 show -a reflection about the fashion world Anna dreamed about before coming to New York City. Referencing the ’60s, American fashion designer Norman Norell and illustrator Anne Marie Burden, Anna Sui showcased a delightful collection of bead and chain tassel earrings, statement brooches and colorful necklaces all created in collaboration with jewelry powerhouse Erickson Beamon. NAEEM KHAN: Enlisting his wife Ranjana Khan for the jewelry, the designer exhibited a wonderful mix of Peruvian textiles, prints and patterns and mixed them with Spanish and Indian embroideries and Japanese kimono silhouettes. Hoop earrings embellished with beads, sequins and silk flowers dominated the runway.
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PRABAL GURUNG: The New York designer continues to push the envelope when it comes to pearls. As creative director of Japanese brand Tasaki, Prabal Gurung showcased a bevy of innovative, forward-looking statement making ear cuffs down the runway. These definitely aren’t your grandma’s pearls. BRANDON MAXWELL: The pineapple motif reigned supreme at the FW18 Ready-to-Wear collection of Brandon Maxwell. A possible ode to his mom? According to Vogue.com, growing up, Brandon Maxwell’s mother had pineapples on her personal stationery. Either way, we can’t help but fall in love with them!
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