The most loved gem of all time is the pearl. They can be cultured or natural. Cultured pearls can be created by the intentional insertion of a piece of tissue or a bead that is coated with nacre (mother pearl).
Coco Chanel is known for wearing multiple pearls in her outfits, even during the modern age. Karl Lagerfeld adopted this look when he assumed the House’s reins in 1983. Pearls have been given a fresh look in recent seasons. Many times, pearls are displayed in a different way to their clothing. Many shows featured gobstopper-sized pearls this runway season.
Riccardo Ticci accessorized the collection with pearl jewelry, including cocktail rings and chokers, in a nod towards Hubert de Givenchy, the House’s founder. Riccardo Ticci went one step further, showing pearl-encrusted pants and pearl-embroidered pants.
Versace displayed necklaces with large white pearls that were interwoven with black pearls, statement earrings and cocktail rings.
Dolce & Gabbana
Dolce & Gabbana, the duo used an oversized pearl necklace and bracelets. They featured a large pearl necklace and bracelets, which were contrasted with a hoodie featuring cartoon graphics by Gianpiero Da’Alessandro.
Another juxtaposed look was displayed at Undercover. A mannish suit was paired with champagne-colored gumball earrings.
Simone Rocha wore a black quilted coat and pearl brooches in two forms, teardrop and gumball. She also displayed pearl-encrusted gloves and a mother-of-pearl wristlet clutch.