Jewellery Trends AW2013 IJL Catwalk Report

26 Mar 2013 15:14

To kick off A/W2013 we’ve been working with our fabulous trend partners Adorn Insight to bring you a roundup of the Autumn/Winter 2013 jewellery catwalk trends that will be influencing  buyers next season. We’ve rounded up the hottest fashion and jewellery looks from the international Fall catwalks and you’ll find them right here in our full report.

From sleek futurism to decadent jewels, lashings of gold and badass rock chick style, there’s a look for your customers this season. 


L’Wren Scott; Emanuel Ungaro; Dolce & Gabbana

Renowned for its mouthwatering lustre, gold was AW2013’s most popular metal, its versatility coming through in the myriad silhouettes and finishes that oozed sophistication and luxury.


Alexis Mabille; Gianfranco Ferré; Vionnet

Strong futuristic references merged with crisp outlines and signature shapes underpinned a trend that favoured high shine metallics and minimal surfaces. 

Artist's Palette

Vivienne Westwood; House of Holland; Oscar de la Renta; Anna Sui

Faced with a raft of possibility when it came to colour in jewellery, designers showed new updates in the form of unusual combinations and striking tonal intensity.


Ralph Lauren; DSquared2; Alexander McQueen

Luxury continued to thrive on the catwalks, not least when it came to jewellery. Decadent lashings of gem encrusted jewels, layers of gold and an OTT approach to styling supported a trend that was, quite literally, rich in inspiration.


Lanvin; Versace; Moschino

Sugar and spice are all well and nice but it was the bad girls who really ruled the catwalks this season. Rebellion prevailed with lashings of rock chick attitude.


Jean Paul Gaultier; Christopher Kane; Maxime Simoens; Dries Van Noten

Ideas informed by a desire for protection continue to inspire, and little wonder given the global unrest that remains part of our lives.

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Adorn Insight is a leading jewellery trends analysis agency providing strategic and commercially viable trend information to the global jewellery industry.  

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