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Monochrome and Gold – What jewellery to pick

By September 18, 2014 No Comments

Monochrome and Gold – What jewellery to pick:

With French Vogue tipping “clean lines, cocoon silhouettes and androgynous looks featuring fur, capes, feathers and shearling”, this season’s catwalk collections are all about wrapping up against the cold.”

Get ready to ward off Winter’s grip in pretty palettes, prints, monochrome and flashes of shining gold.

Goldmine:

Gold took to the spotlight as it cascaded across the Fall/Winter runways. Making audiences want and love the gold rush trend as seen at Saint Laurent, Prada, Chloé and Moschino.

Left to right, ChloéPradaSaint Laurent.

A trend also seen at Carven, Dolce & Gabbana and Rodarte.

Optical monochrome:

Black and white went graphic on the runway, as designers presented intricately geometric patterns, Rorschach-style motifs and trompe l’œil effects. The prints of the season created hypnotic images and optical illusions.

Left to right, Balmain, Bottega Veneta, Dries van Noten.

A trend also seen at Giambattista Valli, Maiyet and Creatures of the Wind.

Goldmine with Saloukee Lost & Found Collection:

We’re so excited to reveal our first blog glimpse of our new collection which fits in just perfectly with the bold printed monochromes and the shining tones of the goldmine.

Monochrome gold jewellery picks by Saloukee Jewellery
Enid Rock Ring, Lost & Found: Flint rock, 22ct gold plated buff finish setting and 2.5mm adjustable ring shank. Saloukee Jewellery.

LIMITED EDITION // UK MADE // UNIQUE PIECES OF NATURE

Lost & Found was conceived whilst finding the time to just ‘be’. What followed was an urge to capture that moment in time, to appreciate surrounding beauty and raw natural materials, which are so often misplaced or disregarded. The selected stones, perfectly polished by nature, now freeze-framed in gold, honouring them in lavish luxury.

Love Saloukee x

Sarah

Author Sarah

I am the creator of Saloukee Jewellery. I blog to let off steam, to have creativity in written form and to share finds that I can't justify keeping in! I hope you enjoy reading my ramblings.

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