N.Y. Catwalks Champion Athletic Wear, Prints, and Color



Jewelry designers browsing the shows at New York Fashion Week, Sept. 8–15, for inspirational cues may have come up a bit empty—at least at the start. The big buzzword seemed to be minimal. And not minimal as in clean contours and streamlined silhouettes, but minimal as in where-the-heck-has-all-the-jewelry-gone?Of course, not everyone went the barely there route in the accessories department. The collections saw a small contingent, led by Donna Karan and Michael Kors, who zeroed in on an all-out nature vibe. She found inspiration in tribal Haiti (great fringed bracelets and necklaces fashioned from wood); he in the safaris of South Africa, which explains the chunky necklaces with animal-teeth accents. A few others made statements with ultra-long, multi-strand neckwear à la Oscar de la Renta, Ralph Lauren, and Tory Burch.But the majority stripped back on the baubles, sending jewelers
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