Trend Spotting: Lockets

Omnipresent übermodel/entrepreneur extraordinaire Heidi Klum worked the red carpet at the Golden Globes in a diamond choker with a locket enhancer from her eponymous Heidi Klum Collection for Mouwad. Although Klum’s piece requires a big presence to strut its stuff, the locket in smaller scale is taking it personal—allowing wearers to customize the inside with a keepsake (photo or otherwise). Their vintage romance represents the sentimentalities we lock inside, and keeps them close to the heart.

  • Double your pleasure with John Wind’s two oval lockets—also paired with a square charm and a key, at Fragments
  • Monica Rich Kosann’s sterling silver shell locket necklace is inspired by flea market finds, and holds two pictures, at Neiman Marcus
  • Jill Jacobson’s oval jet locket is in gold-plated brass and embellished with crystal details, at Bloomingdale’s
  • For men and women alike, Jan Leslie’s locket cufflinks in sterling silver or 18k yellow gold allow you to wear your heart on your sleeve while maintaining professionalism—plus they’re the perfect platform for an engraved initial
  • David Yurman’s detachable cable cushion lockets in heart or square shape, on the Figaro chain, mix sterling silver and 18k gold and allow you to customize styling, at Neiman Marcus
  • Angelia Miller’s standout Victorian 14k yellow gold, seed pearls, and blue sapphire heart locket on an 18k gold and enamel neck chain taps into the cobalt trend, from the Vintage collection (p. 9)

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