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Mystical and Shimmering, This Jewelry Trend Started on Recent Fashion Runways

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Sies Marjan Fall/Winter 2018/19 Collection. Photo courtesy of Rex/Shutterstock

Iridescent fabrics turned up on the fall/winter 2018/19 runways in everything from shimmery ‘60s-style shimmy dresses at Balmain to trench coats and cross-shoulder bags at Sies Marjan. The look can go from mystical to sci-fi in ready-to-wear. In jewelry, it translates effortlessly into rainbow and blue moonstone. These gems have been popular since the Victorian era due to their “magical” effects and color, which change with the light. 


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Brooke Gregson

Nefertiti earrings with halo moonstone and diamonds. 

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Adel Chefridi

Oval moonstone crown ring set in 18K yellow gold with diamond accents. 

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This article originally appeared in the August 2018 edition of INSTORE.       

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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