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Winter Florals Take Bloom on Runways and in Jewelry Design

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Ready-to-wear blossomed as the Paris Haute Couture fall/winter 2017/18 runway shows continued with the trend in winter florals. Roses were embroidered or scattered across gowns on many of the catwalks. International jewelry designers are taking a rosy outlook with everything from motifs that feature three-dimensional buds and thorns to those that feature these botanicals in full bloom.

Fendi Haute Couture 2017/2018 runway show. PHOTO COURTESY OF REX/SHUTTERSTOCK

Ready-to-wear blossomed as the Paris Haute Couture fall/winter 2017/18 runway shows continued with the trend in winter florals. Roses were embroidered or scattered across gowns on many of the catwalks. International jewelry designers are taking a rosy outlook with everything from motifs that feature three-dimensional buds and thorns to those that feature these botanicals in full bloom. 


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Aida Bergsen

10K rose gold and oxidized silver rose ring with rose-cut diamonds, tsavorite garnets and pink sapphires.

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Karen Karch

18K yellow gold rose tattoo ring with diamond accents.

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

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