Catwalk S/S 2021 jewellery trend: the key items analysis
The S/S 2021 jewellery trend had resemblance from the AW 2020 runway. We have spotted alloy loop chains to develop to the quite genderless variation that translated into little big and bulky link chain variations.
Women in the modern epoch have diverse behavior and a new lifestyle. They enjoy exquisite, emotional, and tensile casual fashion. The chain design interprets this idea, ultimately, with the overall style.
Victoria Beckham's chunky chain necklace complete with giant brass ring and Matthew Williams' massive interlocking Gs at Givenchy could well be the only accessories buyers will demand in next season.
A relaxed, beach day vibe continues to be the order of the day for many designers, with colorful beaded chokers at Etro and Jason Wu, and Boivin starfish-inspired brooches at Versace. Natural materials are also an ongoing summer theme, with layers of shells at Krizia and raffia at La Double J.
Dolce & Gabbana for the S/S 2021 collection went for maximal layering of multiple chains mixed with charms and beads. Pearls haven't lost their modernized luster.
Compared with thick metal bracelets on previous catwalks, chains gets updated to a delicate and novel look. It is vital to enhance different parts in multiple ways, thus creating fine and exquisite fashion items.
Key Jewellery consumer profiles and themes S/S 2021
Consumers have developed the mindset to allow the design that invoked their inner teens when staying playful is essential to counter the aloofness caused by the pandemic lockdown—the situation leading designers to add punchy colors comical jewelry styles. We can see BEVZA and Flying Solo at the new york fashion week presented the quirky and whimsical collection.
There were few collections targetted the inner child nature of the buyers through the use of punchy rainbow colors and the funny zines that are mostly associated with the teen girls' style.
Apart from that, designers didn't forget to present the punky and chunky shapes for those who look to dress themselves up in something more like a genderless design.
Key Jewellery material trend
The jewelry's critical materials at the global catwalk were Metal alloy, bronze, gold, and white gold. Many mini beads, pearl-based necklaces, and bracelets created the hippy theme, while few designers worked with the natural crystals for the consumers looking for something with healing and spiritual qualities.
There we spotted. Transparent plexy glass crystal made loop necklace continues in S/S 2021 season, as seen in the Maryling's collection at Milan fashion week January 20 – 23: Paris Haute Couture Week .
Season's Key Items
Colville's shoulder-dusting sculptural gold earrings and JW Anderson's extra-long, rainbow-bright, magpie's dream concoctions emerges as the fresh essential item of the season,
Schiaparelli, Daniel Roseberry, continued its founder's surrealist legacy with giant gilded nose earrings and fingertip talons.
Simone Rocha presented outsized girandole earring and elaborate hair nets while Victoria Beckham's Giant brass ring and Matthew Williams' massive interlocking Gs are the few essential items that emerged in Milan.
Statement earrings were still present at the show as seen in the Colville's Shoulder length bulky gold earring, while Chunky chains for neck and wrists are still one of the most popular items of the season projected by Victoria Beckham and Vivienne Westwood's genderless quirky collection for the youth market.
Paris Fashion week Jewellery Trend
At the Paris fashion week 28 September to 06 October 2020 , the Nomadic jewelry trend developed as a primary theme for the ornaments. As usual, designers played well with a few unique ideas; one of them was a metal bracelet clashed with opaque colorful pearls/crystals. Few designers added crushed and hammered metal cuffs for youth consumers.
Saint Laurent added the fine classical jewelry while playing with the theme inspired by the nomadic beach life with the pendant's design motivated by seashells shape.
Metal Necklace continues from the last season and still holding strong at the S/S 2021 runway as spotted in Chanel's collection.
Y-project presented a few freakish earrings that included large size and intricate items. Spiral small crystal made earring and intricately sliced in subtle stripes earring spotted were few innovative styles to look for in the different collection approach. Y-project showcased the big earrings with intricate cuts and spiral crystal designs.
Few Designers used black beads and pearl seashells to create the Nomadic hippy look theme of the season at the Paris catwalk S/S 2021.
Chanel played with the Black Pearl for the S/S 2021 necklace collection. The boxed frame pendant encrusted with small crystal pieces surfaced as a fresh item at the show.
Waist jewelry spotted as a big trend of the season as detected during the collection of Chanel and Alexandra Richie.
Y-project showcased the big earrings with intricate cuts and spiral crystal designs. Pearl pieces of jewelry make a strong statement at the event added by Chanel and Alexandra Richie.
Milan fashion week January 20 – 23: Paris Haute Couture Week jewelry trend 2020
- Link chain design continues to grow this season that is a continuation of the last year's Autumn winter trend spotted at the various fashion week.
- The neck chain gets updated to the thick Plexiglass necklace.
- Warrior princes by Ricostru surface as the key theme at the runway in Milan.
Recostru brings back the women warrior theme at the catwalk presented the metal head chain as an alternative to head jewelry decoration.
At Milan fashion week January 20 – 23: Paris Haute Couture Week S/S 2021 link chain necklace continues to dominate in the current season. Compared to Fall 2020, there is an increase in the style with slight changes by adding pendant and locket design.
Key themes and Items of the seasons are
Hippy and nomadic style
Sculptural:- hand made jewellery Trend
Sculptural and handmade hammered raw look jewellery, earrings were the top trend spotted as seen in Acne Studios collection at the Milan fashion week January 20 – 23: Paris Haute Couture Week .