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Yes to Yellow: The Latest Runway Trend Influencing Jewelry Design

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Yes to Yellow: The Latest Runway Trend Influencing Jewelry Design

Brandon Maxwell Spring 2019 ‘Runway Show, courtesy of Rex/Shutterstock

NOT-SO-MELLOW YELLOW livened up the international spring 2019 runway shows. A sunny, vibrant palette that ranged from playful to sophisticated shone with exuberance. Although yellow is not a color easily adapted to ready-to-wear, it is a versatile accent in jewelry. The glimmer of yellow gold continues to be stronger than ever in diamond jewelry. And gemstones, from vivid yellow diamonds to sapphires to deep citrines, brighten up any outfit and any day.

Yes to Yellow: The Latest Runway Trend Influencing Jewelry Design

Sylva & Cie

Blackened silver, 14K rose gold and amber bulb drop earrings with accent diamonds.

sylvaandcie.com

$2,250

 

Yes to Yellow: The Latest Runway Trend Influencing Jewelry Design

VTSE Jewelry

18K yellow gold and yellow diamond double heart ring.

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Price on request

 

Yes to Yellow: The Latest Runway Trend Influencing Jewelry Design

Meredith Marks

Stardust cuff in 14K yellow gold with a combination of rose and full cut diamonds.

meredithmarks.com

$10,000

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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