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Ahoy! Feast Your Eyes on This Pirate-Inspired Trend Coming Down Fashion Runways

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Ahoy! Feast Your Eyes on This Pirate-Inspired Trend Coming Down Fashion Runways

Jonathan Simkhai fall/winter 2018/19 runway. Photo courtesy of Rex/Shutterstock

THIS FALL/WINTER 2018/19 direction blends the romanticism of Victorian pirates with the ‘80s punk version of the trend and creates a new, more feminine take. Jewelry designers have played with shapes and silhouettes of corsets, ruffles and decorative elements, creating a look that gives a nod to the past but has presence in its current forms.

Ahoy! Feast Your Eyes on This Pirate-Inspired Trend Coming Down Fashion Runways
Erica Molinari

Oxidized sterling and 18K gold hinged ornamental medium padlock inscribed with “love life” and accented with diamonds.

ericamolinari.com

$5,425 (chain sold separately)

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Ahoy! Feast Your Eyes on This Pirate-Inspired Trend Coming Down Fashion Runways
Heavenly Vices

Sterling silver, enamel and diamond Corset cuff.

heavenlyvices.com

$1,980

Ahoy! Feast Your Eyes on This Pirate-Inspired Trend Coming Down Fashion Runways
Karch x Wolfe

14K gold Mystical solitaire ring and 10K gold Desert Crown ring.

karenkarch.com

$750 and $435

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Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.

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