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This Fall in Paris, It’s All About the Shimmer

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Metallic shine sparked up the Paris Haute Couture fall/winter 2017/18 catwalks. With influences as diverse as the roaring ‘20s and the disco divas of the ‘70s, the trend is focused on silver, platinum and gunmetal lamé, chiffon and sequins that shimmer with dramatic effect. The same holds true for jewelry. Silver and white metal is definitely having a moment in a variety of crinkled and crushed finishes with subdued diamonds.

Ralph & Russo Fall 2017 runway show. PHOTO COURTESY OF REX/SHUTTERSTOCK

Metallic shine sparked up the Paris Haute Couture fall/winter 2017/18 catwalks. With influences as diverse as the roaring ‘20s and the disco divas of the ‘70s, the trend is focused on silver, platinum and gunmetal lamé, chiffon and sequins that shimmer with dramatic effect. The same holds true for jewelry. Silver and white metal is definitely having a moment in a variety of crinkled and crushed finishes with subdued diamonds.


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Sterling silver Sabre earrings with white diamonds.

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Eva Fehren

Tetra Shorty ring in 18K blackened white gold with white diamond baguettes.

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Evra Jewellery

Silver plate brass cuff with crystal center.

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This article originally appeared in the October 2017 edition of INSTORE.

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