Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni Luxury Magazine
07
APR
2015

Published in:

Fashion

07 APR 2015 Published in:
Fashion

JEWELS: IT IS GYPSIE REVIVAL

Aided by the desire for color that is spontaneously aroused by the arrival of summer, in the world of designer accessories the legendary '70s are back.

Infact, the jewelry collections seen in the last fashion shows abound with Gypsy references: many colorful jingling bracelets around the wrists combined with precious anklets adorning the bare feet.

And while the French talent designer Sonia Cerquitella sings the praises of rock and its memorable desire for rebellion and freedom, Celine plays with Plexiglas to decline with a techno tone the transparency of the sky and Stella McCartney uses the same eco-friendly material for her extra large necklaces.

 

 MAXI SIZES AND ANCIENT HARMONIES

Maxi, after all, is also the key word for the made in Italy jewellery by Antonio Marras, the African bijoux by Stella Jean and the architectural ones created by Alessandra Facchinetti for Tod's.

And for those who do not want to dare beyond measure?

 

Oscar de la Renta restores balance in the trend of accessories with delicate powder-pink earrings, elegant and absolutely 'normosize', while Dior relaunches the traditional chain necklaces that instead take on a contemporary twist in the collection by Acne, which suggests to wear them nonchalantly as if they were a scarf!

Last but not least, Chanel ironically minimizes luxury with a pop vein, and offers shimmering whistles as precious pendants, bangles with big pearls and easy chic necklaces to wear with jeans, seamlessly. From early morning until evening.

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