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Ania Haie Introduces Autumn/Winter 2019

Each collection is inspired by key catwalk trends.

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(PRESS RELEASE) Here to transform your wardrobe from season to season Ania Haie is set to unveil two new collections for Autumn/Winter 2019. First up, the classic baguette gets a modern makeover as the trend for baguette jewelry makes a sparkling comeback to the catwalks. The Glow Getter collection is comprised of sleek and minimal pieces embellished with gently glistening cubic zirconia baguettes. From subtly sparkling elegant chokers to statement crawler ear cuffs, the Glow Getter collection can carry you through from desk to dinner in one easy step.

Maximizing on eye-catching details, the Metal Crush collection features pieces that are minimal in design with striking crushed metal surface textures. From statement rings to contemporary threader earrings these pieces are like mini works of art. With crushed precious metal set to be a huge trend for A/W 19, these bold pieces will be sure to have you standing out from the fashion crowd.

Inspired by the latest fashion trends, Ania Haie is paving the way for affordable sterling silver jewelry that combines exquisitely made pieces without compromising on quality. With each collection inspired by key catwalk trends, Ania Haie is fast becoming the hottest destination for young style-savvy consumers. Each unique jewelry piece is designed to layer up to create your own individual look yet striking enough to wear as standalone pieces. Each piece of Ania Haie jewelry is delicately crafted from 925 sterling silver with rhodium or 14kt gold plating.

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