International Must-Have Jewelry Trends

The international spring/summer 2024 fashion shows featured jewelry that translates into styles coming out of design studios and/or antique/vintage pieces. The catwalk often offers an over-the-top take on trends in the making or those that have been evolving. Here some of the jewels from the runway and how they are interpreted into looks you will want to add to your arsenal. And why wait? They are available now

Linear Thoughts

A doubled lariat style necklace at Ralph Lauren picks up the tailored approach to metallic dressing.

Walters Faith’s 18K rose gold and diamond boa necklace is top on the list of transformable necklaces. It can be worn in multiple ways- doubled and long like a lariat or tripled and connected together , or you can dangle your favorite charm from the bottom when worn as pictured.

Past Present

Erdem double multi pendant and drop necklaces echos necklaces from jewelry’s past.

Fred Leighton 19th century antique diamond bib necklace with enamel pansies from the Art Nouveau period, which were added later. The necklace is set in silver-topped gold and is a rare piece from the past and a conversation starter.

Of the Cuff

Alberta Ferretti’s wide yellow gold cuff bracelet is one that is being translated by multiple designers.

Wempe’s 18K rose gold Electrify bangle bracelet is streamlined yet bold in it’s design.

Karma El Khalil 18K yellow gold Railway Cuff is on trend with the new direction toward wide hard bracelets and will become a go-to in your jewelry rotation.

In Bloom

Carolina Herrera goes for the feminine touch to accessorize her polished, elegant collection. It’s a look that is showing up in multiple designer collections.

Guita M’s 18K gold Signature Flower Earrings with diamond centers offer a three-dimensional take on spring’s botanical stud earrings

Luisa Alexander’s 18K gold and diamond Flower Earrings are perfect for dressing up for evening.

That Seventies Style

Ralph Lauren’s collar is reminiscent of the “days of disco”.

Jemma Wynne’s 18K yellow gold and diamond Tubogas Necklace with oversized medallion recalls the collars of the 70s interpreted with a fresh, modern attitude.

Broaching The Topic

Erdem’s dragonfly brooch dresses up a structured outfit.

CICADA’s Dragonfly Brooch in 18K gold is designed with enamel, diamonds and rubies with an opal center. It conjures up the Art Nouveau period and is in keeping with the trend toward ‘bringing back the brooch’ for contemporary times.

Diamond Diva

Burberry’s multi-strands of long bezel set crystals is an aspirational look for those who would like to imitate the look in diamonds.

Elsa Peretti for Tiffany & Co.’s revolutionary Diamonds by the Yard® necklaces were initially designed in the 70s and continue to have maximum wearability and be collectible today. Here, the Diamonds by the Yard sprinkle necklace.

Wrist Action

Carolina Hererra styles two wide bangles on one wrist for a statement-making look.

Dries Criel’s 18K gold Flux Bracelet is bold, sculptural, and versatile enough to be worn with anything in your wardrobe.

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