Five Trends to Watch from NYFW
From sleek, classic designs to bigger and daring pieces, this Fall’s New York Fashion Week did not disappoint. The runway this season was packed with a diversity from the models to the jewelry, here are 5 trends that stood out to us this year:
September’s runway featured earrings that were lengthy and artistically abstract. This year we saw a more elegant – yet still striking styles. Badgley Mischka intertwined a unique look featuring the delicate florals constructed in an abstract way. Ready to take on the trend? At Uneek, we will release a brand new sleek design that is sure to elevate any outfit.
2. Classic Hoops
With the revival of all things 70s, there is no mystery to why hoops have made a giant comeback. During NYFW (pictured left), hoops accompanied more classic silhouettes. We’ve taken the traditional style hoop and added our own twist to them (literally!). We believe that hoops have so more to offer when executed from the eyes of our incredible designers.
3. Monochrome Rings
Dion Lee’s runway accessories (pictured left) illustrated a whole new meaning to the stackable ring look. Stackable rings have made a statement in fashion this year, the small, but powerful accessory adds depth to any classic look.
4. Tassel Earrings
Summer can be endless! The tassel earrings have been huge on and off the runway. For an everyday look, a smaller tassel paired with a metal charm creates a whimsical yet sophisticated touch to any outfit or pair them with a bright colored dress, add some more vivid colors this Fall! For a more everyday poised look, our charming 18K white gold earrings offer an artistic and stylish addition to an elegant look.
5. Geometric Layers
Geometric shapes have been a trend that continues year after year. We’re loving everything from simple shapes on stackable rings to funky pendants that add just the right amount of detail to a patterned look. Our eye-catching white gold necklace is embellished with over 200 round diamonds to complement all of your bold looks this season.