□ 2014-15 가을겨울 쥬얼리 트렌드
2014-15 F/W 컬렉션에서 보여주는 쥬얼리 스타일은 메탈 소재의 조화를 보여주는 믹스드 메탈(Mixed Metal) 트렌드에 영향을 받은 시크하고 도시적인 분위기를 강조하고 있다.
2014 가을겨울 쥬얼리 트렌드는 오버사이즈가 될 것이며, 크리스탈과 골드, 로듐 등 다양한 소재가 어우러진 스타일에서 부터 루비, 에메랄드, 그레이 등 유색 크리스털 장식이 가미되어 현대적이면서도 화려한 무드 연출이 가능한 쥬얼리들이 트렌드가 될 것이다.
Single earrings at Céline Fall/Winter 2014-2015
Fringed bracelets at Chloé
Bright, fluid gold thread cuffs swayed to the rhythm as the girls walked the catwalk at Chloé Fall/Winter 2014-2015.
Creole hoops at Balmain
Bamboo-style oversized gold hoops echoed Olivier Rousteing's urban jungle for Balmain Fall/Winter 2014-2015, alongside stacked gold bangles and chokers.
Leather and fur at Fendi
For Fall/Winter 2014-2015, Fendi continued the play on fur that has been the secret to the Italian house's success since the early days. Touches of soft fur appeared here as a Karl Lagerfeld doll, and there on a choker or alligator skin cuff, as fabric and metals combined to form beautiful jewelry.
Leather collars at Louis Vuitton
This first collection from Nicolas Ghesquière featured eye-catching colored leather patches on Sixties tailoring and mini-dresses. Exotic leather collars were set off with a single gold earring.
Crystal flowers at Dolce & Gabbana
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana created a contemporary fairytale for Fall/Winter 2014-2015. Gold jewelry embellished gloves and bags, while huge floral crystal statement necklaces bloomed like enchanted Sicilian flowers.
Gold triangles at Saint Laurent
The fashion crowd stepped back to the East London of the mid-Sixties at Saint Laurent, with models in lamé mini-dresses and Mary-Janes, as the light danced off the straight lines of variable sized geometric earrings.
Hand bracelets at Alexander McQueen
From the heath-style runway right down to the hand bracelets, the natural environment seemed to be encroaching on the Fall/Winter 2014-2015 collection at Alexander McQueen, reinforcing the wild beauty of Sarah Burton's pieces.
Watch belts at Chanel
Master of perspective Karl Lagerfeld produced a lively re-working of the house codes for Chanel Fall/Winter 2014-2015. The fully branded shopping center metaphor carried through right down to the edible candy necklaces and the Première Triple Tour watch, specially customized as a belt for browsing the aisles on a Saturday morning shop.
Crystal chokers at Balenciaga
For Balenciaga Fall/Winter 2014-2015, Alexander Wang focused on colored knitwear, working in all-black silhouettes towards the end of the show, paired with graphic spiky Swarovski crystal statement chokers. The look was also mirrored in matching cuffs, for some serious sparkle.
Statement cuffs at Lanvin
With clean, Art Deco lines, Elie Top's cuffs for Lanvin provided a point of contrast on wrists peeping out from the ostrich feathers and maribou trim, taking Alber Elbaz' 'Xtravagance' right down to the models' fingertips.
Crystal collars at Givenchy
Givenchy Fall/Winter 2014-2015 saw crystal collars as fine and supple as lace adorning necklines, as colored jewelry reflected new light onto the girls in their furs and exotic skins. Animal magic for Riccardo Tisci's sultry Amazons.
Tribal collars at Etro
Colored resin cabochons set off by black tassels kept the Silk Road alive at Etro Fall/Winter 2014-2015.
Bonbon bracelets at Gucci
Rows of translucent crystal matched the powder-puff tones of the furs at Gucci's Sixties-inspired Fall/Winter 2014-2015 for a very Swinging London sleeve, all'italiana.
Bandana necklaces at Isabel Marant
A fine metal thread knit statement neckpiece made its mark on Isabel Marant's simple black sweaters, in a flashback to the 1990s for Fall/Winter 2014-2015.
Figurative cuffs at Christian Dior
With lace-up trench coats, elbow-length gloves and color-block eveningwear, Raf Simons took his ladylike sensuality right down to the accessories for Fall/Winter 2014-2015, with figurative cuffs evoking Matisse-like colors as the girls wore their femininity on their sleeves.
Multi-rings at Nina Ricci
Rings echoed the colors and fabrics used in the collection for Nina Ricci Fall/Winter 2014-2015, worn on every finger to take the look to its logical conclusion with accessories.
Torc necklaces at Maiyet
Just three years old, the house of Maiyet continued down the road to ethical fashion, bringing a sunny touch to Fall/Winter 2014-2015 with smooth gold rings and necklaces.
Chains at Moschino
Jeremy Scott layered gold chain at Moschino for Fall/Winter 2014-2015, his first collection at the helm of the Italian house.
Medallion cuffs at Versace
Versace signature medallions jangled on wrists, paired with Donatella Versace's first ever bias-cut dresses for Fall/Winter 2014-2015.
Tribal necklaces at Vivienne Westwood
Vivienne Westwood Fall/Winter 2014-2015 was the perfect synthesis of Victorian and Inca inspiration and the collection's accessories brought together diamond period pieces with colored beads, for a more hand-crafted look.
Pendant earrings at Oscar de la Renta
Translucent crystals rained down on Karlie Kloss' nude shoulders at Oscar de la Renta, adding a Baroque touch to a silk organza bustier for Fall/Winter 2014-0215.
XXL chains at Giambattista Valli
For Fall/Winter 2014-2015, Giambattista Valli emphasized the volume of his butterfly-wing print skater dresses with imposingly architectural oversized chain-link silver necklaces.
Triple rings at Proenza Schouler
A silver jewelry triptyque saw color dancing on the surface of the raw stones at Proenza Schouler Fall/Winter 2014-2015.