International Fashion Weeks: Our favourite show jewels this season

Just in time for fall, a plethora of fresh new season inspiration has arrived in the form of Milan, London, Paris and New York fashion weeks.

Read on for our round up of the best jewellery trends we saw and how to get the looks x



Chokers and Chains at Saint Laurent

Heralded as a collection full of Parisienne, fetish-glam by, Fall 2020’s Saint Laurent Show saw latex pants, structured blazers and swept back hair paired with substantial gold accessories – grown up glamour at its finest.

The perfect way to round up all the hits in your wardrobe, give them a fresh take by pairing with our vintage Abbie Choker from a private collection from Texas, in textured gold plate with crystal accents and our Givenchy Chain Toggle Bracelet, 1980s, from a private collection from Paris.



Statement Pearls and Blair Waldorf Bling at Alessandra Rich

If feminine, preppy princess is more your vibe, then everything at Alessandra Rich this season will be right up your alley.  A modern take on clueless with tweeds, twinsets and pearls, channel your inner Upper East-Sider with our Renaissance Earrings, Dynasty Pearl Belt and 1980s Christian Lacroix Crystal Deco Earrings.



Stacked Bracelets at Alexander McQueen

For the minimalist who favours clean lines, simplicity and classic pieces, Alexander McQueen dished out the goods in London last week.  Get the look by stacking our Balenciaga Pompeii and Lanvin Nile Bracelets, equally chic direct on the skin or worn on top of your favourite blouse or sweater cuff.  Both pieces 1970s, sourced directly from Paris.



Return to Vintage at Celine

We've been loving the nod to Celine’s vintage logo and 70s silhouettes in recent seasons and if you're a fan like us, you can get the look in an instant with our 1970s Celine Logo Necklace. Wearable as a long chain, doubled up as a choker or wrapped multiple times around the wrist, she’s the perfect forever piece for any astute fashion lover’s collection. Sourced from a private collection from Paris.

If you’ve also been eyeing up the latest canvas and leather accessories as much as we have, keep an eye out for a vintage original making its way to the site very soon – make sure you’ve signed up to our newsletter to be the first to hear when it drops.


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