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 Current Trends of Jewellery for the Woman of today

 

 

 Jewellery is becoming more fashionable, alluring & luxurious for the passionate & romantic women who yearn for modern jewels combining good taste, elegance, finish & uniqueness. Fashion will become rich in content & more detailed & imaginative. Fashion will be seen as an inspiration, innovation & target.

Wedding bands are essentials in platinum. To add romance, the heart is fundamental, but also other fascinating inspirations are used.


Fusion inspirations in jewellery designs continue by merging sensitiveness of cultures, unconventional ideas along with modern techniques to create aesthetically impressionable pieces.


Use of geometric figures designed with passion to create a charming paradox of motifs in art deco style & ornate patterns.

Retro ? charm of old-fashioned modernity created by blending inspirations of the 60s, 70s & the 80s with touches of ancient art.

 

COLOURED STONES
 

 COLOURED STONES in various hues with purple & violet as in amethyst is becoming more popular. Among the other coloured stones are brown and cognac-coloured diamonds, along with stones featuring soft and warm shades such as smoked quartz, citrines and milky pink quartz. The colour red plays an important role, as interpreted by rubies, tourmalines and corals. Aquamarines, agates and tourmalines dominate in shades of blue and green. Romantic cameos have returned to the world of jewellery once again, engraved on shells, onyx (especially black onyx), and red agate. Fancy cuts are also increasingly in demand making the stone the focus of design especially in rings wherein different mountings are used. These are ideal to show off in cocktail parties.

Diamonds in white, cognac, champagne & black will be used. Demand for fancy shaped solitaires in white & colours will be seen.
 

 

EARRINGS

 

 

Long earrings...  they are everybody's favorite both in the mass as well as high-end segment & will continue to be so. Prominent use of chains, links & gemstones will be seen in the coming season. Flexibility with a swing style will be used while designing.

 

Circles, spirals & spheres ? the shape that best describes today's trends is symbolic of the cyclic nature of fashion. It denotes harmony, femininity, perfection & peace. These will be used in long chains, pendants, earrings & rings. It will be popular in all colours of metal : gold, platinum & silver. These designs are timeless elements that have contemporary style elegance & will be considered eternal.



Fabric gold ? with continuous innovation in technology, use of fabric gold comprising of precious gold thread is the leitmotif of these jewels. They can be worn smoothly like scarves around the neck or wrap-around bracelets. Colours of gold, diamonds, pearls & gemstones are also being crafted into it.



Charms are being increasingly used in various motifs from contemporary to unusual to sway & dangle from rings, chains & bracelets.



The relationship between jewels & nature are numerous. Nature has inspired designers to create exotic designs in the past & continue to do so. To survive in this technological & polluted environment, nature has a way of adding freshness. Hence, fashion the first precious bloom of the season will always be linked with nature. Flowers, leaves, butterflies & bees in various hues & textures form a distinct part of our jewels.



Bangles ? round & oval shaped designed in gold & platinum are hot for the coming season. These are being detailed with diamonds in pave` or fancy textures like satin or matt or are rigid and perforated bracelets to create combination of positive & negative space.



Yellow fever continues as gold reigns the catwalks not only in jewellery but also make-up, hairstyles & accessories.



Chocolate pearls- delicious & rare can be used in high-end jewellery whether for stringing or combining with diamonds to create seductively alluring jewellery. It?s playful, original & visually striking. The chocolate pearl is for the energetic & confident woman who has it all & wants more.



Bracelets lead men's jewellery designed in neat geometric shapes. Besides gold, rubber, leather, steel are also used with or without diamonds.

 

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