You must wear before anyone else!


Although by now, you must be ready for summer vacations and all you can think about is swimsuits and beach, the Fall/Winter 2018/19 Fashion Week has already shown us the trends for next season.

If you'd like to be one of the first to start wearing the new trends but think it's too hot now for Fall/Winter looks, do not despair, we're here to help you! We prepared a list of the 11 hottest jewellery trends of next season that you can incorporate in your look right now and become the trendiest of them all!


The animal kingdom continues on-trend. We saw birds and monkeys hanging from delicate chains in earrings at Dior FW’18, sparkling butterflies brooches at Schiaparelli, horses on chunky chain necklaces at Chloe FW’18, to name a few.

Chain and horse necklace by Chloé, birds earrings by Christian Dior FW'18 and butterflies brooches by Schiaparelli

Flowers and leaves

The vegetal kingdom is hot too! Chanel FW’18 happened in the woods, models walking on leaves and wearing flower earrings. Jacquemus also presented beautiful long earrings with golden leaves. Chloe put leaves on necklaces and Giorgio Armani Privé, big flowers with many strands of pearls.

Flowers and leaves jewellery by Jacquemus, Chloé, Armani and Giorgio Armani Privé FW'18/19

Multi-string necklaces

Bold necklaces made of multi-strands of pearls, colourful or chunky beads and mixed-scale chains were at Gucci FW’18, Giorgio Armani Privé FW’18 and Chanel FW’18. You can wear these multi striped necklaces with any kind of outfit, day or night.

Multi-strings of beads, chains and pearls necklaces by Gucci FW'18, Giorgio Armani Privé FW'18 and Chanel FW'18

Statement necklaces

Big necklaces are hot, no matter the style; multi strings of chunky beads like the ones used by Gucci and Giorgio Armani Privé, or big silver metal futuristic-looking necklaces by Givenchy, they must be big enough to draw everyone's attention to them!

Statement necklaces for Gucci FW'18, Giorgio Armani Privé FW'18 and  Givenchy FW'18

Heirloom necklaces

Big sparkling pieces that look like family heirloom jewellery fit for a Queen. To add some coolness, wear them over turtlenecks or under sheer fabrics like Giambattista Valli and Gucci showed us in their FW’18 collections. 

Heirloom necklaces for Giambattista Valli FW'18 and Gucci FW'18

Statement chandelier earrings

Chandelier earrings will be huge next season. They can be in any material with sparkling crystals or colourful and playful stones, as long as they are OTT!

Statement chandelier earrings for Gucci FW'18 and Giorgio Armani Privé FW'18

XXL hoops and multi-hoops

Forget the traditional golden hoops, you should wear now several hoops on your ears for an edgy look or XXL statement hoops as the ones seen on Chloe, Gucci and Jacquemus FW’18 catwalks.

Statement hoops for Chloé and Jacquemus and multi-hoops for Gucci FW'18 and Jacquemus FW'18


Logomania is still going strong. Chanel and Dior made necklaces, earrings and bracelets with their logos in shiny metal and sparkling crystals so that you can show the world how much you love your favourite brand. Not very subtle but, oh so fun! 

Logomania Chanel FW'18 and Christian Dior FW'18

Body jewellery

Sparkling body-wrapping body jewellery that makes us dream of Maharajas and Indian weddings, like the ones worn over dresses or with masculine jackets by Gucci's girls or the futuristic armour-like body jewellery at Givenchy FW’18 show.

Body jewellery for Gucci FW'18 and Givenchy FW'18

Head jewellery

Givenchy and Gucci’s models looked like Odalisques and Greek Goddesses, walking down the catwalks wearing head jewellery. Perfect for a dramatic and powerful look!

Head jewellery for Givenchy FW'18 and Gucci FW'18

Bangles and cuffs

Last but not least, now it’s finally time for statement bangles and cuffs. You should wear several ones, stacked together on your arm and you will look even trendier when wearing them over your blouse, pullover or gloves.

Bangles and cuffs for Giorgio Armani Privé FW'18, Givenchy FW'18, Gucci FW'18 and Chanel FW'18


Christine Schönburg

Photos via WGSN