As September 2019 New York Fashion Week has come to a close, we’re appreciating the bold awe-inspiring allure of runway fashion jewelry. This year, I attended the Badgley Mischka Show, and had a wonderful time taking in the looks of one of my favorite designers.
Proenza Schouler, large, thick hoops
As we think about jewelry trends, one of the trends we’ve noticed are chunky and thick hoop earrings, along with a soft and delicate style.
Lili Claspe, delicate pearled hoops
Bold jewelry trends on the runway can be translated into subtler pieces for everyday wear. Softer hoops, for example, can play on the stronger industrial trend, while still exuding a delicate allure that is true to our style.
Here are a few pieces I picked from my upcoming line of in the Elizabeth Moore family of jewelry that emulate a softer appearance of the large hoop trend. Hoops are timeless jewelry pieces, and this line is all about accessible luxury and the every day design of jewelry. All these pieces are handmade in Manhattan with 18k gold and ethically sourced gems and diamonds.
Infinity Hoops$1,865 - Large 50 mm
Infinity Hoops$1,335- Medium 32 mm
Circle of Fiths Earrings$2500 - Ethically Sourced White Diamonds 18k gold - .327 karat weight diamonds, 2 inch strobe
Circle of Fifths Earrings $2300 - Montana Saphire from Rock Creek Mine, 18k gold, 2 inch strobe
Stay tuned for the release of these pieces and more, coming this October.