Runway Report: Top Jewellery Trends at New York Fashion Week Spring 2015

Runway Report: Top Jewellery Trends at New York Fashion Week Spring 2015

Now that we’ve covered the best street-style bling at New York Fashion Week, it’s time to get back to the main attraction: the catwalks. Spring 2015 saw a few prominent jewellery trends, including beaded necklaces, the single earring, and fully pierced eyebrows. But fret not; you don’t have to wait until next Spring to start rocking these looks. We’re breaking them down here, so you can get started now.

The Single Earring: Designer Michelle Smith of Milly accessorized her menswear-inspired garb with a single earring — and it was totally intentional. No matter the outfit, every model rocked the single earring, which was a bar earring with a ball at the end of it.


The Oversized Earrings: Speaking of earrings, Tory Burch takes the cake for most enormous earrings on the runway. Swirly and big, a few models made head turns in their pairs.


Collar Necklace: Phillip Lim of 3.1 Phillip Lim had a handful of his models rocking a collar necklace over colorful tops. It’s not a new trend, but rather one that’s been making a comeback for a few months now.


Beaded Necklaces: Tory Burch as well as the boys from Rag & Bone experimented with beaded necklaces of all colors and sizes. They were mostly stacked, while one sporty black look at Rag & Bone featured a single long beaded necklace.




Stacked Bangles: In true Trina Turk fashion, the colorful designer accessorized her bold looks with colorful stacked bangles. The newest way was keeping like colors together for a colorblock effect.


Fully Pierced Eyebrows: Perhaps the most shocking of the jewellery trends spotted on the Spring 2015 runways was pierced eyebrows at Rodarte. It’s hard to see at first, but once you zoom in on the models’ faces you realize that both eyebrows were fully pierced for an edgy, punk-inspired vibe juxtaposed with girlie outfits.


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