Leather has always been a classic and its been seen everywhere from London to Milan Fashion week, from oversized silhouettes, zip detailing, fringing and stud embellishments to dark, grungy glamour to leather looks in Milan. We have also seen a demand in leather jewellery from braided leather rope bracelets to double wrap leather bands. Leather jewellery is a great way to incorporate the trend to your look, accents of leather stacked with a beaded bracelet, copper bangle and a statement watch immediately adds an edge to your outfit.
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At London fashion week attendees were seen dressed in array of eye catching jewellery from statement chains, long line silver necklaces, gold chains and sovereign rings and mens copper magnetic bracelets. Mixing modern pieces with classic or heirloom jewellery is an emerging trend. As for heirloom pieces, try to match but assuming the piece is non-attention grabbing and meaningful the clash of metals is acceptable. Wedding rings, cygnet rings hung on neck chains and old heirloom broaches worn on lapels was also noticed backstage. Stainless steel, silver and torque were some of the metals of choice seen on the runways. If you want to add a metallic touch to your look without looking like Mr T why not try stainless steel or silver bracelets and bangles, our range of silver and torque bangles have been very popular and will add a touch of metallic detailing without overdoing it.
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Leopard, tiger, dalmatian and zebra are just some of the range of animal prints used by designers in Milan. As leopard continues to dominate in womenswear trends, the menswear catwalks are taking inspiration and expanding on the range. A kaleidoscope of tie-dye prints and patterns and the 1990s trend also remains a powerful influence over the menswear Milan catwalks. During menswear week in Paris, diamond-encrusted smiley designs by Japanese fine jewelry brand were a surprise standout that J Balvin was seen wearing too.