AW 19/20: Wrapping it all up – The Trends & Our Collections

As the winter slowly enters into its finale, we too are all set to lay down our Autumn-Winter wardrobes and all set to embrace the summer!

While we have been busy with slowly packing away our winter wardrobes and picking out those light pair-ups, there’s a whole lot of nostalgia. The marshmallow days to snuggling ones, the weather and us both, aren’t ready to move on yet. And while the wardrobe is getting ready to bring in the summer vibes, there’s jewellery to go with too! With the change in season, we too, are all set to embrace the new fashion trends of the season and say goodbye to what was Autumn-Winter 2019/20.

So here we are wrapping up our Autumn-Winter 19/20 collections in a bow for you! Here’s the highlight of our collections:

#1. The Ivy League Collection

The Trend: Preppy Reboot

To start the season, the Gossip Girl school vibe had us by the tie. With back-to-campus fashion, it was a mix of youthful sophistication, comfort and preppy styling. From Gucci & Etro to Ralph Lauren & Celine, the ramps were filled with varsity jackets, tweed pants and collared shirts. Celebs like Janelle Monae, Millie Bobby Brown, Emma Stone and Shraddha Kapoor, too were seen embracing these cool campus tones.

The Ivy League Collection
The Collection:

Inspired by the renowned colours of Ivy League schools, we added enamel tones to gold and diamonds. Using shades like maroon, deep green, yellow and blue, it’s the take on preppy fashion that was Autumn-Winter.

#2. The High Sobriety Collection

The Trend: High Sobriety

Someone say minimal? Bringing back the sophisticated aesthetics of the 70s, this season held a whole lot of muted tones and low-key colours. From butter to coffee shades, it was all about going head-to-toe, but minimally. Burberry’s signature beige took over the ramps in all its subtle tones, while Isabel Marant created boilersuits with boots for an effortless look. Hermes, Fendi and Max Mara too showcased a love for all things sombre. The celebrities too were seen embracing the refined look with a ‘less is more’ attitude.

The High Sobriety Collection
The Collection:

Taking inspiration from the sophisticated and elegant styling of this trend, our collection included gold in two finishes – high polish and matte finish for a modern yet understated look. With basic shapes and a minimal-formal take, it was the perfect workwear add-on.

#3. The Pop Feather Collection

The Trend: Pop Feathers

Feathers went OTT in bouts of colours and dramatic looks. From hemline embellishments to feathers all over, a pop of colour became the new essential. From Mary Katrantzou’s multi-coloured feather layering to Saint Laurent’s neon ones, there was a colour overdose all across. Designers like Anna Sui & Marc Jacobs also followed suit with their head-to-toe versions. From Emilia Clarke, Amber Heard and Rihanna to Sonakshi Sinha and Kiara Advani, it was a feather play for celebrities alike.

The Pop Feather Collection
Our Collection:

Following the trend of ‘feathers anywhere and everywhere’, we created a range in gold with violet, green, pink and red enamel work. Combining the swirls and twirls of the feather, it was the vivacious range sure to hit the limelight for all your evening wear.

#4. The Parisian Poise Collection

The Trend: Bourgeois

Bringing back the 70s French fashion, it was all about silk blouses, knee-length plaid skirts, scarves and kitten heels this season. Creating a classics-with-a-twist repertoire, the essence of the trend was fashion within boundaries. While Celine’s bougie dressing took the front row, Balenciaga & Victoria Beckham followed suit with their versions of French fashion. From pairing with boots & pastel attires to sweaters, there was a take for everything. Numerous celebrities like Sophie Turner and Sonam Kapoor were seen showing off their Parisian styling with tailored blazers and pleated skirts.

The Parisian Poise Collection
Our Collection:

With a formal take on the trend, our collection comprised of plain gold jewellery in high polish and brushstroke finish. Using geometric designs, we created a suave look that represents the formal yet poised fashion of today.

#5. The Dramatic Flair Collection & The Flamboyant Flair Collection

The Trend: Mega-Sized Sleeves

The OTT trend continues to be a rage, with its new take on sleeves. From dramatic to voluminous, sleeves this season are quirky with a touch of 70s era theatrics and larger than life flair. From Roksanda’s bright-toned theatrical sleeves to Rodarte’s feminine ones, sleeves were seen in all shapes and sizes. Fendi too added dramatic sleeves to structured looks, while Balenciaga showcased colossal coats. Kendall Jenner’s long shirt-sleeves gave us casual outfit goals, Gwen Stefani’s ruffled ones took sleeves a level up and Malaika Arora Khan glittering in puffed sleeves – one thing was for sure. The celebrities were enjoying the sleeve attention!

The Dramatic Flair Collection
The Flamboyant Flair Collection
Our Collections:

With the stage set for drama, our collection plays with gold in voluminous, curvy & abstract designs, creating a bold, stand-out vibe. From a continuous single strand to multiple add-ons, we’ve created 3-D structures to capture the visual drama that was the trend.

#6. The Dark Florals Collection & The Dark Romance Collection

The Trend: Sinister Blooms

Florals went gothic this season with a touch of the renaissance. On dark backdrops with roses all over, this trend is all about two contrasts – romance & rebelliousness. From Prada’s knitted & 3-D florals to Richard Quinn’s all-over roses, there were a plethora of blooms in wine reds, deep greens and vibrant purples. While Dries van Noten depicted roses from his winter garden, Valentino’s mix of Renaissance sculptures of love with roses, created an air of romance. Meanwhile, on the celebrity’s front, Kendall Jenner took Emmy’s carpet in a fierce red, Elle Fanning had 3-D roses for her red carpet look. From Katrina Kaif, Sara Ali Khan and Rihanna to Andie MacDowell, roses with a dark side were ready for all.

The Dark Florals & Dark Romance Collection
Our Collection

Taking inspiration from the fragile roses and the fiery thorns, we’ve created a range in high polish gold with structures as well as blooming roses. Focusing on the feminine yet wild side of this motif, it’s as they say, ‘a rose is a rose is a rose’.

#7. The Work Sequins Collection

The Trend: Sequins for Work

Sequins have a new take this season and that too, with work! With a more upbeat-cool vibe, they’re all over trousers and blazers to fit into the work segment. Becoming a match for all daylight needs, sequins take a structured route with Paco Rabanne’s big sequin skirts and Celine’s disco blazer paired with plaids. In a never-seen-before look, Isabel Marant, Elie Saab and Dries van Noten were some other brands going for this Power look. On the international front, celebrities like Shailene Woodley, Kerry Washington & Miley Cyrus were seen rocking this trend for all red carpet looks. Closer home, Kareena Kapoor, Kriti Sanon & Aditi Rao Hydari were surely ready for the shutterbugs.

The Work Sequins Collection
Our Collection:

While sequins were going for a powerful yet glamorous look, we followed suit with our collection of structured sequin motifs and two finishes. Making it for all set for your desk-to-dinner moods, it’s all about work. Sequin. Play!

#8. The Amplified Volume Collection

The Trend: Amplified Volume

With tons & tons of fabric & frou, frills & taffeta, it was all about being draped spectacularly for this trend! In theatrical and attention-catching looks, Tomo Koizumi led the way with tons of layered fabrics in shaded colours. Marc Jacobs, Roksanda and Carolina Herrera created visual drama in their versions. From gigantic sleeves to puffer shoulders, it was about volume everywhere. OTT looks were visible across the red carpets too! From Celine Dion, Sarah Jessica Parker to Sara Ali Khan and Aishwarya Rai, everyone was going Extra this season.

The Amplified Volume Collection
Our Collection:

Inspired by the look-at-me trend, we created drape-like motifs in gold to capture the dramatic look of this trend. With frilly and pleated shapes, our collection is all about adding layers, layers and more layers, for the party fashion!

#9. The Shoulder Duster Collection

The Trend: Lazy – Off Shoulders

Off-shoulder took on an effortless vibe with asymmetrical necklines and lopsided sleeves this season. With an ‘I just threw it on’ feel, the mood is all about being carefree and confident. From Carolina Herrera’s oh-so-stylish lopsided sleeves to Zimmermann’s ruffled yet cold-shoulder ones, it was all about showing off your feminine style with an easy-going look. Celebs too were ruling the ramps with their confident red carpet looks. From Amal Clooney, Emilia Clarke to Kareena Kapoor and Anushka Sharma, they let their shoulders do the talking this season.

The Shoulder Duster Collection
Our Collection:

Inspired by the fluid fall of this trend, we’ve created a range of shoulder dusters in gold and gemstones that work well from day to night. With earrings in geometric patterns, it’s all about flaunting the ‘all eyes on me’ earring this season for your casual to partywear plans.

#10. The Tailored Grey Collection

The Trend: Tailored Greys

Workwear got a new colour this season with grey suits powering up the narrative. In a monochrome style statement, designers like Alexander Mc Queen, Proenza, Givenchy and Dolce & Gabbana, explored grey power dressing like never before. From checkered, plain, sequins to ruffles and frills suits for a new-age formal feel in style. Celebrities of the likes of Radhika Apte and Anushka Sharma also let us know that they mean business. Meanwhile, Zendaya made a powerful statement in her masculine Bertuli suit.

The Tailored Grey Collection
Our Collection:

Capturing this trend’s bold boardroom vibes, we combined plain gold with two shades of grey enamel in geometric motifs. Making it the new workwear staples, these geometric styles are the new must-haves for sophisticated styling.

#11. The Edgy Power Collection

The Trend: Power Shoulders

The 80s power dressing made a comeback with its emphasis on shoulders. With raised, pointy and exaggerated styling, the trend depicts the power-packed look of today’s woman. From Saint Laurent’s broad shoulder coats and dresses to Fendi’s shoulder emphasis with a colour block, the drama was in the shoulders. Rick Owens, Givenchy & Alexander McQueen also dominated the ramps with their power suits. While Lady Gaga’s oversized power suit said it all, celebs of the likes of Dakota Johnson, Sonam Kapoor, Cate Blanchett & Parineeti Chopra slayed the ‘Strong is the new pretty’ caption.

The Edgy Power Collection
Our Collection:

Translating this power play trend, we created a range in gold and diamonds for an edgy look. Pairing up the elegance with a hint of femininity, we created an assertive work look like never before.

#12. The Fluoro Pop Collection

The Trend: Fluoro Pop

Neutral took a backseat, while ‘go neon or go home’ became the new call of the season. This trend was all about being loud and confident while showcasing casualwear like never before. While designers at Saint Laurent went glow in the dark, Jacquemus had all things pink to admire. Marine Serre, Off White, Balenciaga were some of the other designers playing with these shades, from coats to dresses & beyond. Celebrities like Kardashians were well ahead with the slogan of ‘Monotone no more’ with Lupita Nyongo, Selena Gomez and Diana Penty, all set to flaunt their neon stance.

The Fluoro Pop Collection
Our Collection:

Inspired by the optimistic & vibrant colours of the season, we created a range in gold with alphabet motifs and enamel additions. With neon tones on yellow gold, it’s a new colour for head-to-toe casual looks!

#13. #FreeTheInner Collection

The Trend: Innerwear as Outerwear

The Autumn-Winter 2019/20 ramps became a whole lot bolder with exposed corsets, bralettes and bustiers. With a ‘nothing to hide’ attitude, it was the new feminist trend to follow. From Versace’s satin slips & multi-way bralettes on trousers to Dion Lee’s corsets with blazers, there were both subtle & loud styles. Esteban Cortazar, Simone Rocha & Balmain were also seen following this trend. With their edgy sheer styling, celebrities too embraced their femme fatale looks. From Kendall Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Priyanka Chopra to Vanessa Hudgens, and Deepika Padukone, there was a rebel air all around.

#FreeTheInner Collection
Our Collection:

Taking inspiration from this bold, feminine trend, our range included 3-D geometric motifs in conceal and reveal patterns. With edgy ends & rebellious styling, it’s the new confident casuals to go for.

#14. The Checks Collection

The Trend: Check print

This season was all about checks, checks and more checks! Making a comeback from the Grunge era in a remixed Heritage format, there were checks in all forms. From tartan, plaid and gingham patterns, it was the casual-com-workwear style to go for. Designers too were all set to embrace the check trend. While Dior had a knack for all things checkered, J W Anderson added the Gingham print in a colour block. Oscar de la Renta and Loewe’s patchworks too brought back the 90s fashion with a twist.  Celebrities like Beyonce, Margot Robbie, Zendaya, Lily Collins, Alia Bhat and Yami Gautam, were all set to take this sophisticated trend to the level of bold.

The Checks Collection
Our Collection:

Taking inspiration from this haphazard check play, we created a range in gold and diamonds in a geometric pattern to showcase checkered boxes. An add on to all casuals it’s the new mod look to pair with your Checkered clothing!

#15. The Knitted Collection

The Trend: Super-sized Knits

You know winter is here, when there are knits all around, and Autumn Winter 2019 couldn’t get enough of it. With supersized comfy forms and cosy styles, knits are back in a big way this season. From slim-line ribbed dresses at Proenza Schouler, Argyle Knits at Victoria Beckham, to Anrealage’s layering and Dion Lee’s & Eckhaus Latta’s cutwork, there was a feeling of ‘miss no knits’ all around. Celebrities of the likes of Parineeti Chopra and Bella Hadid showed off their oversized cardigan. Dua Lipa, Katrina Kaif and Saoirse Ronan too were ‘knot on’ with their laid-back versions.

The Knitted Collection
Our Collection:

Taking inspiration from chunky, knotted knits, our designs show-off the knit weave details in gold. All set for winter, it’s the ideal addition to your practical yet cool casualwear knits.

#16. The Cocktail Suits Collection

The Trend: Cocktail Suits

The classic suiting came back with a twist in all their subtle and vibrant tones. With multi-layering and toned outfits, it was all about crisp suiting as an evening wear option this season. From pant to skirt suits, every suiting was available. Designers like Saint Laurent & Lemaire focused on structured suits while Erdem went all-out in green. Givenchy chose Earthy tonal pantsuits with emphasis on sleeves. Celebrities took over this trend in all their bravado. Zendaya stole hearts with her snakeskin pantsuit, while Katie Holmes gave us day dressing goals. Margot Robbie, Cardi B, Shilpa Shetty & Shraddha Kapoor were some of the other celebs flaunting their sophisticated styles.

The Cocktail Suits Collection
Our Collection:

Inspired by the three-piece party suit, we created a range in gold with a layered structure. In geometric motifs and bold yet feminine, it’s all about dramatic evening looks that make a powerful yet sophisticated statement.

#17. The Winter Tweed Collection

The Trend: Pied de Poule

Bringing back the winter weave, houndstooth weave is the new fabric to don this season. In a black and white fashion, the weave became the new symbol for female unity & empowerment. Designers too were embracing this versatile French trend. From head-to-toe at Chanel and Dolce & Gabbana to patch play at Balmain, Veronica & Area, houndstooth was taking over the runway. From coats, trousers to skirts and hats, it’s the new sophistiqué add-on. Celebrities too went ahead with this winter weave styles. While Lady Gaga showcased her hat-to-clutch monochrome look, Winnie Harlow had the French look on-point. From Cardi B, Malaika Arora to Disha Patani & Emma Watson, celebs were embracing the tweed left, right & centre.

The Winter Tweed Collection
Our Collection:

While the ramps and red carpets were taking the new tweed road, our collection took inspiration from this weave & translated them into gold. In a never seen before work styling, it was all about solidarity in minimalism.

#18. The Bow Power Collection

The Trend: Pussy Bows

With a new, bold meaning to pussy bows, this season got bow back in a haphazard, all over and messy styling. From statement ones to being a hair accessory, this season has it all. From 3-D structures & sash-tailed bows at Valentino to messy & haphazard ones at Vivienne Westwood, bows were taking over the runways like never before. On the accessory side too, hair bow was a new way at Chanel & Emilia Wickstead. Celebrities too were all set to stand up with this women empowerment trend with gusto. Melanie Trump, Kate Middleton, Zendaya to Deepika Padukone & Kareena Kapoor on the home front, the bow was triumphing everywhere.

The Bow Power Collection
Our Collection:

Taking inspiration from this feminine yet fierce trend, we created a range in gold with bow motifs. In geometric structures & varying sizes, we’ve made the beautiful bow apt for a badass party look.

#19. The Hats Collection

The Trend: Hats

Inspired by hats, this season had a major accessory comeback. From beanie, beret to bucket & fedora, hats are all about making a statement in all styles. The ramps and runways had a hat for all casual, work and party looks. While Nina Ricci exaggerated the cloche hats, Saint Laurent took the cowboy route in all glitter & colours. From Tom Ford’s oversized bucket hats to Valentino’s lace & sculpted ones, the hat mania was on! Celebrities too had their own take on this trend. From being a sophisticated style add-on for Megan Markle, a bold one for Sonakshi Sinha to a style statement for Zendaya, Lady Gaga & Alia Bhatt, one thing was for sure – AW19/20 is a millinery edition.

The Hats Collection
Our Collection:

Inspired from the hat silhouette itself, we’ve created a range in gold with hat motifs. A minimal yet chic add-on, it’s the perfect casual addition for your wardrobe.

Check out our Autumn-Winter 2019/20 collections here!

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