Fashion Week Chronicles: Anndra Neen Makes an Architectural Statement for Spring 2013

Spring/Summer 2013 / September 13, 2012
Fashion Week Chronicles: Anndra Neen Makes an Architectural Statement for Spring 2013
Courtesy photo via Bumble and Bumble

Anndra Neen’s take on the golden collar brings the hardware trend of crescent moon shaped necklaces back to the Ancients.

Like a Queen of Sheba lineup, models at the S/S 2013 jewelry presentation were draped in simple salmon-colored sheaths bringing maximum attention to the gilded adornments.

In addition to her collars, longer pieces composed of rounded, organic geometrical shapes made a strong statement.

The standout piece was a necklace of symmetrical circles and ovals which extended down the body, past the navel — the extra icing on the cake if we’ve ever seen one.


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Sinta Jimenez
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Sinta Jimenez is currently obsessed with Opening Ceremony collaborations, Band of Outsiders, warabi mochi from Temari Cafe, meteor showers, and finding a Jeff Buckley soul with a Jason Segel sense of humor.




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