Vintage Carolina Herrera Jewelry
Carolina Herrera Jewelry – The Perfect Accessory For Any Occasion
Whether you’re looking for a bold statement piece or a chic, classic look, Carolina Herrera Jewelry has it all. From the latest ‘Orecchini Putti’ statement earrings to the classic Toggle Torque necklace, you’ll be able to find the perfect accessory for any outfit.
‘Orecchini Putti’ statement earrings
Designed by a reputable fashion maven, the ‘Orecchini Putti’ statement earrings are a must for anyone who isn’t afraid to stand out from the crowd. This oversized earrings feature a beaded heart-shaped hood and a dazzle worthy diamond-cut earring. The earring is also a good value at $1,278. The earrings also come with original packaging and are made in Italy. You’ll find other styles of this fine piece of jewelry at Danilova, a leading online jewelry retailer. These are a worthwhile investment, especially if you are a fan of Carolina Herrera.
The ‘Orecchini Putti’ also comes with an extended warranty that will cover any and all repairs and replacements for the lifetime of the jewelry.
Abacus black lacquer double band cuff
During the recent Carolina Herrera Fall 2010 show in New York City, the Abacus black lacquer double band cuff was a major highlight. The cuff resembles a Chinese chopstick in both form and function. It is also the latest in a line of innovative designs from the Spanish fashion house. The company marked its 35th anniversary with a runway show replete with black and white ensembles, voluminous denim ball gowns, and gingham dresses with playful touches. For the most part, these were worn by models who were appropriately attired. In the end, the show was a resounding success.
Aside from the cuff lauded above, the Abacus black lacquer necklace also garnered a fair amount of attention. The necklace itself is a trinket replete with diamonds and black lacquer. The diamonds in this piece are the real deal, not a cheap imitation.
Toggle Torque necklace
During Carolina Herrera’s spring 2017 runway show, Belperron jewelry was a mainstay. This was a show that celebrated the designer’s 35th anniversary in fashion. The show featured a number of signature elements, including black and white ensembles, voluminous denim ball gowns, and gingham dresses. Belperron’s Toggle Torque necklace was one of the jewelry pieces worn by models during the show. The Toggle Torque necklace is a jewelry piece that was designed by Belperron around 1933. It features a large glass bead that is surrounded by clusters of diamonds, platinum, and gold.
A similar necklace was also worn by model Ruth Negga at the Gotham Independent Film Awards. This necklace is made in Italy from 24k gold plated brass and set with a rainbow of crystal rhinestones, inspired by the colors of the Pride flag. It is also a limited edition piece.
This season, Carolina Herrera showed off her signature design sensibility, which includes a number of slim silhouettes and gingham dresses. She also included a number of vintage elements, such as vintage bamboo brooches, that were used as jewelry pieces for the models.
Known for her modern refinement and effortless elegance, Carolina Herrera is a fashion designer who wants women to feel beautiful. Her designs have been worn by celebrities and are frequently worn by women in the public eye.
Her designs were the focus of a new exhibition at the SCAD Museum of Art. Known as “Refined Irreverence,” the exhibition includes ensembles from the designer’s personal collection. The show also includes commentary from Lee Daniels, Emmy Rossum, and Reinaldo Herrera. This marks the first museum show of the designer’s work.
The exhibition also includes a curriculum guide, which explains the designer’s ethos and explores her 35-year career. The guide aims to encourage students to draw connections between different creative disciplines. It also encourages students to draw connections between individual ensembles on the exhibition.
For her spring 2017 runway show, Carolina Herrera drew inspiration from the classic Belperron jewelry line. The collection featured pieces that were draped on structured gowns. The jewelry also featured ginghams and stripes. The collection paired textures and weights, and was a great fit for Carolina Herrera’s signature style.