Fall / Winter 2016 Jewelry Forecast
The recent collections were a true champagne feast for those who find themselves noting runway accessories just as much as the clothes. Below we reflect on the strongest concepts seen, from architectural cuffs to strands of pearls that appease our love of vintage renaissance.
Asymmetric earrings - As Stella McCartney’s girls walked, delicate linked hoop earrings were swinging from their ears. The look was purposely off-centre. One ear sported just one or two hoop links, while the other featured as many as four. Elsewhere, the deliberate imbalance continued with Anthony Vaccarello, Loewe, Isabel Marant and Mulberry also in favour. Off the runway, guests were seen sporting similar looks. It seems the fashion world is requesting us all to adopt the quirky trend
As the temperature begins to drop, and the sunsets arrive a little earlier each day, we're dreaming about all of the chic autumnal outfits that will pair back perfectly with our favourite jewels, making even the frostiest of mornings worth looking forward to.
Read on to see our round up of looks to get inspired for the fall season, thanks to a few of our must-follow muses of the moment xMORE
Happy New Year, lovers.
However you've been spending the festive season, we hope you've managed to have a beautiful few days of much deserved R&R, and are stepping into January 2021 feeling refreshed, inspired and ready for a fabulous year ahead.
Whether heading back to work this week, continuing on with an extended summer break or powering through the everyday, here are five luxe looks that the L&O team are currently coveting, covering a few of the key occasions this variable month can bring.MORE
It is with much excitement that we announce our arrival into Maman Boutique this week!
In celebration of our launch into their beautiful store, we asked a few questions of Kate and Emma about the Maman client, their love of vintage jewels, their recent move to a bigger boutique space, and silver linings found off the back of this whirlwind year.MORE