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2017 Jewelry Trends: Single Statement Piece Rules

  • Author:Daisy
  • Source:google news
  • Release on :2017-02-24
2017 Jewelry Trends: Single Statement Piece Rules


Kristin Mahan, manager, public relations & media relations

Mahan won “soothsayer of the year” in 2015 for predicting that Instagram and other social media sites would offer shopping features and that Art Deco inspired jewelry would stay hot. For 2016, she predicted that floral motifs would be blossoming – and was right again.



Super-model Alessandra Ambrosio was in full bloom in a floral print dress and diamond earrings shaped like leaves by Harry Kotlar. Copyright: Harry Kotlar
Super-model Alessandra Ambrosio was in full bloom in a floral print dress and diamond earrings shaped like leaves by Harry Kotlar. Copyright: Harry Kotlar



Old mine cut diamonds and baguette earrings
Old mine cut diamonds and baguettes in the stem make up these understated earring. Copyright: Harry Kotlar

Based on the spring 2017 runway shows in Paris, Mahan predicts that we’ll see jewelry with an ultra-modern, futuristic vibe. This is in stark contrast to 2016’s boho-chic, DIY trends. If Valentino is any indication, small bejeweled cross-body bags will be in. Since hemlines will continue to drop to midi and ankle length, necklaces will also drop, replacing the “hip” choker of the past six months. Since longer sleeves are in, there will also be cuffs designed to be worn over clothes instead of directly on the skin. Mahan also predicts a “less is more” approach to jewelry in the sense that fashionistas will focus on one statement piece instead of suites, stackables and layers.

Mahan’s Wish List: “I’m hoping to see more organic materials – pearls, amber and ammolite – incorporated into modern designs. I’m also hoping for colorful metals! Purple, green, pink, etc.”


2017 Jewelry Trends: Elaborate Engagement Rings

Elizabeth K. McClurg, technical writer, Jewelry Manufacturing Arts Research and Development

Part of McClurg’s job is following and predicting trends, and her sixth sense must have been tingling when she sensed that metals in many shades and hues would show up in rings this year. Anne Cohen, Etienne Perret, and Steven Kretchmer were just a few of the imaginative jewelry designers that offered rings in bold colors.

The black stars in this imaginative ring are edged in black rhodium plated metal, while the white stars twinkle in white gold.
A shower of stars on this imaginative ring comes from the Etoilles collection by Dada Arrigoni Jewelry. The black stars are edged in black rhodium plated metal, while the white stars twinkle in white gold. Copyright: Dada Arrigoni Jewelry.

A combination of midnight blue Polarium© and rose gold are alternatives to a traditional wedding band.
The combination of midnight blue Polarium© and rose gold is an alternative to traditional metal colors, and brings vibrant color to a traditional wedding band. Copyright: Steven Kretchmer.com


McClurg predicts we’re going to see elaborate engagement rings inspired by floral and lace. Think fashion-designer Rodarte meets the Edwardian era.