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This Shining Runway Trend Now Showing in Jewelry Showcases

It works well with the silver and white metal trends of recent seasons.

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This Shining Runway Trend Now Showing in Jewelry Showcases

Antonio Grimaldi Haute Couture runway shot, F/W 2018/19. / COURTESY OF REX/SHUTTERSTOCK .

On the fall/winter couture and ready-to-wear runways, shimmering silver and steely platinum tones shone brightly in everything from suits to gowns. This trend is a perfect segue into the silver and white metal trends of the past couple of seasons. Jewelry designers combine textural interest with diamonds to create an almost metallic-like finish to their pieces. This look is one of casual chic with a nod to unexpected cuts of diamonds and tactile details.

This Shining Runway Trend Now Showing in Jewelry Showcases

Elizabeth Garvin

950 palladium with white diamond baguettes (ear wires in 18K gold).

elizabethgarvinfine.com

$6,410

This Shining Runway Trend Now Showing in Jewelry Showcases

.925Suneera

Satin and vintage finished sterling silver Nia cuff with pavé champagne diamonds (1.20 TCW).

925suneera.com

$3,200

This Shining Runway Trend Now Showing in Jewelry Showcases

TAP by Todd Pownell

5mm wide palladium textured shank bezel-set with nine mixed inverted diamonds (approx. 2.20 TCW).

tapbytoddpownell.com

$3,690

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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