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New York Fashion Week: Jewelry Trends, Spring 2014

 

The fashion trends from Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week’s Spring RTW shows so far have run the gamut from 90s-era slouchy jumpsuits to Bride-of-Frankenstein chic. Of course, we have flirty florals and swingy spring things to gawk at too. Here is a quick roundup of the jewelry trends I’ve spotted so far:

Urban Tribalism:

Donna Karan gave us animal prints, denim and wooden token statement necklaces that can double as a picnic table for two.

“Desperately Seeking Susan” Strands:

Nicole Miller was inspired by the opulence of Versailles for her collection, but she layered on the pearl strands and mixed her metals like it was 1989.

Chunky Chains:

The not-so-subtle spring trend of yellow gold statement chain jewelry rocked both the Rodarte runways and the venerable Diane von Furstenberg shows.

Wonder Woman Cuffs:

Fight for your rights in your satin tights with this look from Escada, jewelry hounds. Invisible plane not included.

Butterflies, Florals and Pastels:

Don’t worry, wall-flowers. Tory Burch and Jenny Packham showcased a bevy of butterflies and blossoms in their ¬†collections.

And Badgley Mishka simply stunned with an array of pastel bracelets to match the light-as-air frocks that sashayed down the runway.

Rachel Zoe? Get out your notepad, sister.

Bridal Goes Berserk:

Nice day for a white wedding? In an attempt to fill the avant-garde space left when Alexander McQueen took his final bow, Thom Browne put on a fright fest that could best be described as ‘What Ever Happened to Baby Jane’ chic.

Perfect for your next trip to the asylum, ladies.

Thoughts on your favorite looks? There are a few more days left, jewelry hounds, so stay tuned for a final wrap up!

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  1. Amanda says

    Batman’s the Joker style?

    Anyway, I’m really excited about the continuing trend for urban tribalism. Haven’t seen too much bone or horn though.

  2. Yup! Urban Tribalism is here to stay.

  3. Anonymous says

    I thought Thom Browne’s looks were reminiscent of Hunger Games.

    Many interesting looks.

    Thanks for the post.