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Jewellery & Fashion Accessories Pure Fashion for Spring/Summer 2016


Fashion trade exhibition Pure, which took place earlier this month at London’s Olympia, included a fantastic future trend presentation from the style gurus at WGSN. As well as detailing the key looks in apparel for


Spring/Summer 2016, the director for retail buying, Sarah Maggioni, pinpointed up and coming trends in fashion accessories and jewellery. While a return to print and pattern is on the


cards for clothing – “lots of florals, bohemian patterns, wide stripes and modernist blocking” – romantic pink and nude colourways contrasted with a deep aquatic palette will also be in evidence come the Spring. Important details will come in the form of


broderie anglaise and lace, hand loomed material, needlepoint denim, metallic sheens and oil- slick finishes, fluid silks and sheer fabric, over-sized eyelets, raw edges, let- down hems,


Cadari


bared shoulders and gingham. Jewellery trends to look out for


to fashion jewellery. Another very important accessories trend will be


body art and artificial tattoos, as modeled by Melanie Sykes on our front cover. Also keep an eye out for low price impulse


include exaggerated crystal pieces that emphasise the natural beauty of the gem-stones and compliment the seasonal colours with romantic rose quartz and translucent amethyst with bold simplicity. Elaborate cuffs will also be


Fable


in evidence on fashionable arms next season, while architectural shapes will bring a modern feel


Statement jewellery


By Elise (Top Drawer Stand ZG21) highly-regarded independent label was founded with the Pearl Gallery offering baroque pearl jewellery much of it designed and created by Elise. The success of the brand has allowed it to offer an extensive range including Valletta a collection of 24ct gemstone jewellery with a Near Eastern Byzantine feel and Brilliance a striking range of CZ jewellery. Latest addition is Stepping Stones, contemporary silver and gold plated jewellery for a statement look with an avant garde touch. Visit: www.byelise.com t: 01757633239


Made by Elise


By Elise (Top Drawer Stand ZG21) highly- regarded independent label was founded with the Pearl Gallery offering baroque pearl jewellery much of it designed and created by Elise. The success of the brand has allowed it to offer an extensive range including Valletta a collection of 24ct gemstone jewellery with a Near Eastern Byzantine feel and Brilliance a striking range of CZ jewellery. Latest addition is Stepping Stones, contemporary silver and gold plated jewellery for a statement look with an avant garde touch. Visit: www.byelise.com t: 01757633239


36 Giftware Review & Home Interiors September / October 2015 Exciting new range


This season Hazel Atkinson (IJL Stand Q40) has launched a new exciting Linear range. Black is the new black, and combined with multi coloured stripes, is perfect for the coming months. Hazel’s British,handmade, light weight, anodized aluminium jewellery can be worn as a fun and carefree day time accessory or a sophisticated and elegant piece of evening wear. Visit: www.hazelatkinsonjewellery.co.uk t: 0115 9411110


“These are so small and easy to merchandise”


purchase items such as hair charms, ear clips and pretty fingernail rings that draw attention to great manicures, stars and crystals for super-feminine detailing. These are so small and easy to merchandise that even the corner shop can carry a counter selection. Other cool accessories waiting to take centre stage include tortoiseshell sunglasses, straw boaters and quality leather saddle bags. The white drawstring duffle bag is another key shape for the coming season, offering the


perfect blank canvas for handbag embellishments. Last but not least - for all you shoe lovers out


there - topping the style stakes next year will be the ‘slingback slide’, ‘sockfit pump’, ‘lace-up sandal’, ‘sneaker sandal’, ‘skater lace-up, ‘angled cut-out’ and ‘clogs’.


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