The SS21 Fashion Show Jewellery Trends

The SS21 Fashion Show Jewellery Trends

You might think that with an impending potential second lockdown and an economic crisis looming, it might not be the best time to be considering flashy accessories.

But the 2021 spring-summer fashion show designers have shown us what we knew all along, that jewellery has an ability to lift your mood and help feel dressed up, even if it’s simply accessorising your PJs while you work from home.

Generally, jewellery trends move a little slower than those in fashion, and the season so far has been a pared-back, low-key affair, reprising several ongoing trends. 

No.21 and Alberta Ferreti continued to adorn their models with the mismatched or single earring trend, keeping things contemporary. Fendi’s single earring contribution was a play on a game of dice - toss it in the air and decide if it’s time to have a drink or read a book!

A definite seaside vibe was present for many designers, as Etro and Jason Wu boasted colourful beaded chokers and starfish-inspired broaches from Versace. Another continuing summer theme was the use of natural materials, such as the layers of seashells for Krizia and raffia at La Double J.

A possibility for the only accessory you will covet next season is Victoria Beckham’s chunky chain necklace with a giant brass ring, and proving that chains are back, Dolce & Gabbana used maximal layering of multiple chains, mixed with charms and beads.

The always-in-style pearls were a signature look at Simone Rocha, used in elaborate hair nets, and Emilia Wickstead collaborated with fine jeweller Jessica McCormack to create an extra-luxe version of the classic.

Statement earrings were still very much in place for the Zoom era, with Colville’s shoulder-brushing sculptured gold earrings and JW Anderson’s extra-long, rainbow-hued, magpie-attracting creations will draw all eyes to you, be them on screen or in socially distanced person.

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