Most Definitely a Fan of This Jewelry Trend

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Earrings in 18k rose gold with 15 mm–17 mm South Sea pearls and 17.06 cts. t.w. diamonds, price on request; Yoko London

Most Definitely a Fan of This Jewelry Trend
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Fan drop earrings in 18k yellow gold with diamonds, $1,795; Thea Izzi

Most Definitely a Fan of This Jewelry Trend
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Josephine bracelet in 18k yellow gold with diamonds, price on request; Maxior

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Fan earrings in 18k black gold with turquoise and diamonds, price on request; Sutra

Most Definitely a Fan of This Jewelry Trend
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Fan pendant in yellow gold with 3.28 ct. spessartite and 0.59 ct. t.w. diamonds, price on request; Spark

It was my fabulous colleague Emili Vesilind who recently pointed out, in her “Trend File” series, that fan-shape jewelry was making waves. And ever since then, I’ve found myself completely infatuated. I enjoyed the pieces selected in that article from the get-go, and then, when asked to select my favorite jewel on the Oscars red carpet (another initiative from Em), I found myself most drawn to Alicia Vikander’s fan-featuring Bulgari diamond necklace. Despite the fact that I think (or I’m just now realizing) that I prefer the style of modern jewelry—for the most part, anyway—I adore the vintage vibe of the fan shape, seen so often in the jewels that would make their way into the retail store I used to work in. It has quite a nostalgic feel, and as the majority of the pieces you see featured here are inarguably modern, I’m thrilled to see the two worlds collide. So as the fan continues to be big news, here are its latest incarnations.

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