Jewelry Details from Mary Katrantzou, Simone Rocha and Erdem SS18 Ready-to-Wear Collections

London Fashion Week has begun! We’re examining all the jewelry details that were spotted on the runways during London Fashion Week.

MARY KATRANTZOU: Mary collaborated with Atelier Swarovski  and created playful stacked cage statement earrings, necklaces and bracelets that were filled with loose colorful Swarovski stones. She was also inspired by the friendship bracelet that you give to your best friend at school or camp and created two dresses in the collection that reflected the friendship bracelet’s intricate woven pattern .marykatrantzouSS18aamarykatrantzouSS18aamarykatrantzouSS18aadresssdressERDEM: Influenced by Queen Elizabeth II, Erdem drew inspiration from the Queen’s 1950s wardrobe and included patriotic symbols on the clothes and jewelry such as the thistle and rose. Erdem SS18Erdem SS18Erdem SS18SIMONE ROCHA: Simone Rocha drew influence from her Victorian doll collection. She showcased  Edwardian and Victorian inspired  pearl and beaded barrettes and earrings fitting for a doll to wear. simone rocha ss18simone rocha ss18simone rocha ss18simone rocha ss18

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Jewelry Details from Dennis Basso, Helen Yarmak, Badgley Mischka and Christian Siriano SS18 Ready-to-Wear Collections

BADGLEY MISCHKA: showcased fabric flowers embellished with gemstones, feather tassel earrings and linear silk rose drop earrings adorned with crystals.earringsearringsearringsearringsearringsearringsearringsearringsDENNIS BASSO:  collaborated with David Webb Jewels to showcase their wonderful bold coral, turquoise and amethyst  statement necklaces and animal bracelets.jewelryjewelryjewelryjewelry

HELEN YARMAK:  added whimsical figural earrings from her ‘Girls Collection’ earringsearringsearrings

CHRISTIAN SIRIANO:  accented his creations with bold gold sculptural jewelry.necklacesearringsbracelet

Source: Vogue.com /@helen_yarmak

 

Jeremy Scott Spring 2018 Ready-to-Wear Collection

The nineties are back!!! according to WWD.com. Jeremy Scott’s final looks from his Spring 2018 collection were of giant 3-D jewels that were connected over stretchy body-stocking dresses, which he described as “a Calder sculpture that kind of collided with a disco ball.” Giant body jewels? A style only Jeremy Scott could come up with and make it work on the runway.

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Source: Vogue.com/wwd.com