Jewellery Trends SS2014 IJL Catwalk Report

It's that time of year again as we have been working with our trend partner Adorn Insight to bring you a roundup of the Spring/Summer 2014 jewellery catwalk trends that will be influencing buyers next season. Read the full report here.

Maxed Out

L-R: Emporio Armani, Chanel (top), Nina Ricci (bottom) AF Vandevorst

Think out of the box and seek out solutions that strike a balance between big impact and price point expectations.

Dark Romance

L-R: Saint Laurent (top), Viktor & Rolf (bottom), Thom Browne, Jean Paul Gaultier

Explore new silhouettes that tease and tantalise. Introduce unexpected details to evoke an edgier aesthetic.

Athletic Club

L-R: Ohne Titel, Tommy Hilfiger, Givenchy, Kenzo

Look closely at the design elements that make up this trend such as rope, spiral wire and braid and use these to inspire new directions in metal castings and chain.

Slick Silhouettes

L-R: Emporio Armani, Balenciaga, Céline

Look at the design possibilities around the idea of negative space and make a big statement using frames, outlines and silhouettes.

Planet Botanic

L-R: Dolce & Gabbana, Balenciaga (top), Christopher Kane (bottom) Prabal Gurung

Embrace the flower motif and think of innovative ways to include it as a design detail rather than a one-off piece.

Culture Club

L-R: Altuzarra, Duro Olowu, Alexis Mabille, Givenchy

Take inspiration from traditional craft and introduce modern design silhouettes to update with a twist.

Click here to read the full report.

Adorn Insight is a specialised resource dedicated to providing market intelligence, data analysis and trend forecasts to the global jewellery industry. Their clients include manufacturers, designers, retailers and buyers working across the fashion to luxury fine jewellery spectrum. They also provide bespoke consultancy services to jewellery professionals seeking new opportunities for growth.


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