Looks were all over the board at the show in Vicenza, Italy, this weekend, but here are three I particularly liked and why:
The aesthetic is lovely and distinct for another mixed metal and gemstone line, and it’s so popular that it’s moving into karat gold this year. Plus, the looks are diverse enough to appeal to a wide range of customers.
I loved this Italian firm’s preview for Basel, which includes ball clusters of briolettes and blue and brown color combinations. Both are fresh looking and lovely—it’s been about 20 years since we’ve seen a lot of blue and brown in the market—and made in precious stones and karat gold. Sorry, no pictures until Baselworld 2014!
The Spanish brand is going into wholesale in Europe this year and the United States in 2015. I love its use of the tiny bear emblem—from silhouettes to motifs set into tiny studs—and its range of price points in silver and karat gold is equally appealing.
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