Jewelry Trends Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Necklaces

One sentence sums it up “BIGGER is BETTER”. Designers are still going for huge, extravagantly oversized, bright, shiny, look at me fashion jewelry on the runway.

Headbands and tiaras are not to be found, my guess is that they are more of Springy/Summery kinda of accessories.

Heading down to the neckcandy and you have a variety of chokers, necklaces, and chains, and pendants.

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Balenciaga went for a choker filled with Swarovski stones paired with a matching bracelet.

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Chanel is still the “Pearl Brand” through and through with as many ropes as you can wear kind of jewelry with different pearl sizes.

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Tribal necklaces appeared at Vivienne Westwood and Etro. They come in different sizes but the longer the better. Made of metal, leather, beads, tassels, plastic, and wood.
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Floral necklaces are still a powerful element for the upcoming fashion scene whether shiny gems like Riccardo Tisci’s amazonian crystal collar at Givenchy or huge crystal colorful blooms at Dolce & Gabbana

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Gold can never grow old. It came in  many shapes, sizes, and details sometimes with over-the-board number of chains or a huge padlock and numerous symbols at Chanel, Moschino, Balmain, Versace, Louis Vuitton, Celine, and finally Maiyet “Torq”

Met Gala “Punk: Chaos to Couture” Footwear

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SJP in Louis Vuitton boots

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Gisele Bundchen in Anthony Vaccarello

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Beyoncé in Givenchy

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Kim Kardashian in Riccardo Tisci

Elizabeth Banks

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Madonna

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Coco Rocha

Met Gala “Punk: Chaos to Couture” Hair Accessory

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Sarah Jessica Parker wins first place in Philip Treacy Mohican headpiece that was a mixture of  a black Mohawk  and a golden Baroque  design;  ingenious fusion of punk ‘n’ fashion

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Mohawk‘s needed lots and lots of safety pins

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Jaime King punk  headpiece/crown is from Dauphines of New York

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Sienna Miller was seriously in punk mood sporting a spiky headpieces

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Minka Kelly wearing a delicate Fallon hair accessory

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Kelly Osbourne wore a Jennifer Behr hairpiece and a lavender chiffon wrap

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Linda Evangelista looking elegant in a jeweled headband

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Paloma Faith