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Sometimes, it’s the little things that really matter. Case in point: statement bags, vintage finds, and notice-me baubles.
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What’s old is new once more. During the Spring shows, we noticed more than a few front-row fixtures decked out in cameos. “It is a true renaissance,” says Amedeo Scognamiglio, whose family has been hand-carving the baubles since 1857.
Miroslava Duma gives good face.
Shala Monroque snaps a portrait while wearing one around her neck.
Sarah Rutson paired hers with see-through lace.
Ulyana Sergeenko goes for a Victorian look.
A statement signet, by Wilfredo Rosado.
Giovanna Battaglia’s AMEDEO earrings make a cameo appearance.
Dolce & Gabbana forecast the trend on the Fall runway.
Alexa Chung’s skull candy, spotted at the Chanel show.
Tame constricting lace-up bodices and domineering footwear with demure hemlines and glints of refined jewels.
Studded velvet dress, price on request, calf-hair and leather lace-up boots, $2,635, both, Alexander McQueen, at Alexander McQueen Boutique, NYC. Leather crinoline cage bustle belt, A.F. Vandevorst, $675, visit patronofthenew.com. Sterling silver and black diamond cuff, Chrome Hearts, price on request, visit chromehearts.com. Leather clutch with silver frame, Roger Vivier, $1,100, at Roger Vivier, NYC
Seen At: Ann Demeulemeester
Seen At: Trussardi
White gold and diamond watch set in satin cuff, Piaget, price on request, call 877-8PIAGET
Eddie Borgo, who will unveil his spring collection during Paris Fashion Week, has expanded his vision on how to adorn a woman this season with artist Robert Mapplethorpe’s geometrically constructed picture frames as his starting point.