DALLAS, Apr 15, 2009 / FW/ — From dresses to jewelry, designers looked into mother nature for inspiration and thus proposing organic shapes for silhouettes and botanical shades for color.

Colorful Drops

Colorful Drops from Kwiat
Colorful Drops from Kwiat

Celebrities on the red carpet this award season sported sizeable earrings bursting with color. Lavish shades of blue, green purple and yellow were seen on Amy Adams, Teri Hatcher and Heidi Klum.

From Kwiat : www.kwiat.com

Peck of Pearls

Arguably the equivalent of fashion’s black dress when it comes to jewelry, pearls is always a good choice. And for spring 2009, several strands of them, in fact, layers of them are the way to go. A draping of a pearl necklace down the back, a long dangling chandelier earring, or multi length necklaces layered along the neckline can all be as seductive.

Pearls have forever had a feminine allure and charm. Often symbolized as unblemished perfection representing purity, pearls are unmistakably the universal gems for all women. Withstanding years of tradition and elegance pearls have sustained their stature as a staple luxurious and sexy accessory to be worn in any era.

Pearls from Slane & Slane
Pearls from Slane & Slane

From Slane & Slane: www.slaneandslane.com

Organic Shapes

Aside from being colorful, organic shapes are en vogue. Fawaz Gruosi, founder of de GRISOGONO in Geneva is at the spearhead of this movement.

Organic Shaped Jewelry from de GRISOGONO
Organic Shaped Jewelry from de GRISOGONO

de GRISOGONO: www.degrisogono.com


Photos courtesy of Kwiat, Slane & Slane, de GRISOGONO


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