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By WendyB OscarPRGirl, the Twitter account for Oscar de la Renta, has been one of the most engaging fashion-house social-media accounts. In fact, when I turned over my business Instagram account to my right-hand woman Eryn a year ago (nearly to the day!) I said, “Basically, she’s going to be my Instagram version of OscarPRGirl.” I had […] >> READ MORE <<

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THE REIGN OF THE BRACELET

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Here at INDTL HQ there has been much chat about the bracelets for SS15. As there were too many to count on the runways, we decided to trawl through the shows, to find the trends within, the bracelet trend. Here’s what we found:

LAYERS

Chanel and Giambattista Valli led the pack, mixing and matching multiple bangles whilst Lanvin and Marni took a simpler approach, stacking two identical bracelets for a striking effect.

Lanvin / Dsquared / Chanel / Marni

CHAINS

From the bicycle-like chains at Balenciaga to the string-covered links at Veronique Leroy, the chains that graced the catwalks this season all came with a playful twist.

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Veronique Leroy / Gucci / Christian Dior / Balenciaga

DOUBLE CUFFS

Commonly associated with CoCo Chanel who famously wore a pair of matching Vedura cuffs, four houses demonstrated how to work this luxurious trend.
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KTZ / Blue Marine / Balmain / Chane

ANIMAL SKIN

taly is world-renowned for it’s luxurious skins, so it was no surprise to see some leather-inspired cuffs from four Italian brands. Fendi plaited coloured croc skin whilst Armarni’s covered resin bracelets in snake – inspired patterns.

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Fendi / Georgio Armarni / Trussardi / Roberto Cavalli

ARMBAND

Bare arms call out to be adorned, although this part of the body often
overlooked. Cushnie et Ochs and Lanvin placed bracelets on the upper arm
which Nickolas K and Angelo Bratis opted for below the elbow.

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Nickolas K / Cushnie et Ochs / Lanvin / Angelo Bratis

ABSTRACT

All entirely unique and resembling miniature works of art, abstract creations included organic flower-like sculptures by Antonio Marras and twisted wire pieces by both Sportmax and Giambattista Valli.

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Antonio Marras / Tods / Sportmax / Giambattista Valli

MATCHING DETAILS

Last but not least we bring you our favourite trend. From the flower bracelets at Oscar de la Renta, that perfectly matched the print of the fabrics, to the pearl beading used on both the clothes and jewellery by Lanvin, we loved that it was all in the DETAILS.

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Oscar de La Renta / Milly / Lanvin / Kenzo

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THE DOUBLE WRAP

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The 70s had a huge comeback this season. With kick flares shimmying down the runways in New York, London, Milan and Paris, we spotted jewellery that also harked back to a decade of chokers, dog collars, homemade jewellery and later chains. Double wrapped necklaces were prominent at Lanvin and Trussardi where as at Tom Ford and Saint Laurent jewels and scarves were layered.

CLanvin / Trussardi / Versace / Etro / Giambattista Valli / Tom Ford / Saint Lauren

Text by Emma Rees

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