Roberto Cavalli, Hermès and other world famous fashion houses have presented the key trends in menswear accessories. Aesthetics in the details - this is the key characteristic of the season.
Inspirations for Autumn/Winter 2015 range from the louche eccentricity of Baba Beaton to the off kilter goings on in the cult eighties TV melodrama Tales of the Unexpected. A trio of party girls are immortalised by Fulton’s hand in a series of repeat-geometric nouveau style prints and on crystal set, hand-engraved plastic earrings, bracelets, brooches and hair slides.
The young designer Kate Cusack offers interesting and extravagant jewelry, made of zippers! Although quite unusual, the designer has managed to create truly unique pieces that can be worn in everyday life..
Besides making jewelry, Kate is engaged in the design of costumes, wigs and various types of extravagant dresses and accessories.
Autumn has already begun and that means it is time to find the perfect brooch to adorn your trench or some glittery rings to add sparkle to your autumn colors.
Faberge jewelry house is known for its refined products for over a century. Jeweler, Carl Faberge, together with his assistant made a total of 68 jewelery in the shape of an egg in the period 1885-1917. The majority of these were miniature ones that were popular gifts at Eastertide.
Butterflies in the shape of brooch, tiara or other ornament in the bride’s hair are the new, irresistible trend that will fill the “wish lists” of many brides for 2011.
The Barcelona Bridal Week not only reveals the trends in wedding dresses. On the catwalks of the show at this time of the year begins a real showcase for bridal ideas – for jewelry, accessories, veils, hair and makeup.
Designers from the New York's brand Hanami make unique decorations from real flowers.
Design from nature! And we help a little. Hanami made a new collection pendants, brooches, and earrings from orchid, roses and leaves in different colours.
The designers have selected the most beautiful leaves, dehydrated and covered them with several coats transparent resin.
Tarred covering allows leaves to keep their natural forms and to shine in the sun. Nature makeс every leaf unique and that's why every adornment looks unique.