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Yet another gorgeous streetstyle look to give you some inspiration. I’m loving the choice of accessories, particularly the earrings. Credit: Fashion Week

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Chinese new year starts today and this weekend in London  like in many parts of the world  there will be a slew of series of colourful events in  and around Chinatown. The carnival of parades, martial arts displays and family experiences will celebrate the year of the Dog. The allure of the oriental trend is nothing new but this year designers really embraced the opulence and exoticism of the far east craze. 


Jacquard embroidered bomber jackets, oriental prints, Kyoto garden florals and kimonos were all seen on the catwalks. Just in time to celebrate the Chinese New Year! From top designers Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana to your favourite high street brands Ted Baker, PrettyLittleThing and Stradivarius, we are seeing signs of Shanghai nights everywhere. From dramatic oriental prints on silk, to dragons, tigers, floral embroidery and bags garnished with animalia hardware. 

The orient trend offers an amazing way to look astonishingly elegant and glamorous. If you don't necessarily want to stop traffic but still like a touch of the Far East go for one statement piece such as a slinky floral dress, a pair of gold earrings or silk kimono robe. 

Indulge in our exclusive edit of our must-have orient-inspired pieces below and shop your favourites! 

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The incredible costumes in 'Black Panther' exceeded our wildest expectations, and so has Lupita Nyong’o 's style in her most recent appearances. Yet again. Because the Kenyan-Mexican actress, who plays Nakia in the groundbreaking movie, first marked herself out as a red carpet fashion superstar on her way to winning her Best Supporting Actress Oscar for ’12 Years A Slave.’ And to promote her most high profile film since, she’s wowed at every turn.There was the floaty purple gown anchored with a jewelled harness she twirled in at the New York premiere; the low cut, high slitted black gown dusted in silver that she wore for the London one; and our favourite look of the lot? The brown Dolce & Gabbana dress she wore at a New York screening of the film earlier this week. This was Nyong’o’s take on nude and she looked like a dream- with the corset bodice and all-over ruching defining her curves. Shimmering metallic earrings, heels and a clutch were the finishing touches. The actress has been flexing her sartorial muscles off the red carpet as well by rocking a on-point blue pencil skirt look at the AW18 Calvin Klein show; and also made the case for double patent by wearing a shiny black trench and matching trousers together on the street. Massive props to her stylist Micaela Erlanger as well.


We don’t think we’re exaggerating to say that Nyong’o’s gorgeous make-up and head-turning hairstyles take her already stunning outfits to another level. Seemingly picking up where the film’s hair department head Camilla Friend left off, the actress has teased her natural hair into a towering twisted top knot, a fluffy high ponytail, sculptural puffs and more in recent works. What wonderful expressions of black beauty! We can't wait to see what she wears next.

Check out Nyong'o's amazing recent looks in the gallery above and then shop our expert fashion and beauty edits below. 

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Lina Psaila
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It's very common to get stuck in a jewellery routine. As they constitute a very personal and occasionally expensive business it makes sense that we narrow it down to a select few necklaces, rings, bracelets and earrings and wear the same every day; unless we restock. But whether those items are emotionally valuable to you, for example, a ring passed down from your mother or a family heirloom with a great significance, or even just a ring that you purchased to celebrate a momentous occasion they tend to become second nature. We put them on and that habitual thing ends up becoming a very repetitive process that may, in fact, hinder our ability to experiment and evolve our looks. 


Actually, jewellery provides many avenues of self-expression through new styling techniques or picking statement earrings that say something about you. A great styling tip is to layer your necklaces and make them stand out just like an individual statement piece would. It sounds very straight-forward but there is a difference between layering charms for example coins, to wearing statement pieces, like primitive jewellery, lettered pieces or experiment with textured items. 

Head to our gallery for more inspo and shop your favourite styles from our expert edit below! 

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Don’t forget about yourself when you’re spreading the love this Valentine’s Day. Pat yourself on the back for sourcing great gifts for loved ones, then go one better by picking something extra special from KIMSU for yourself. You’re worth it and for the uninitiated, this rising, Berlin based jewellery brand specialises in the kind of sophisticated and environmentally respectable styles that are catching the eye of industry insiders. Think abstract geometric forms in recycled silver and an exclusive shade of gold that are handcrafted into the kind of earrings, necklaces and rings that will make any outfit compliment-worthy. Not to mention the dynamic architectural air they exude, and the fact that founders Sue Woo Kim and Roberto Bertinetti have specifically designed these pieces to empower the wearer by imitating strong symbols of strength. 


Whether you like your jewellery clean and simple or accented with premium gemstones, there’s a perfect style for you. Your search for impactful everyday earrings is over thanks to the Triangolo studs. Available in silver and blue or gold and green colourways with matching necklaces, you can rotate them to show off the triangle’s different orientations and be sure to tuck your hair behind your ears so they can be admired. Indulge your penchant for minimal rings, if you have one, because there are on-point single and double finger options. And if you’re after something show-stopping for after dark, try the Scala Drop Earrings or Pendant for a progressive take on modern glamour. 

Discover the debut collection highlights in the gallery above then shop your favourite(s) in the edit below. 

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The countdown to Valentine’s Day is on so whether you want to reveal your feelings to your crush, spoil your partner-in-crime, or make things more permanent with an unforgettable proposal, Jewel Street should be your first port of call. You won’t find any generic designs, only exceptional, one-of-a-kind pieces hand-picked from over 600 independent brands worldwide. From classic diamonds to contemporary metal, stunning settings to meaningful words, rose gold to silver, you’re bound to find a ring, pair of earrings, necklace or bracelet the person you have in mind will love. Heart embellishments are anything but cliche and boring here and better yet, you’ll spring to mind whenever they wear it. Forget flowers and/or chocolate- no matter how expensive or hard-to-source, they are ultimately temporary tokens that die or get eaten whereas a special piece of jewellery lasts forever. 


It’s best to start small and manage expectations if this is a newish relationship or you’re hoping your gift will lead to one. You can save, spend or splurge and we’d recommend a vintage-looking bracelet or an on-trend pair of earrings- say chandeliers or hoops- that reflects their taste so they’ll show their piece off at every opportunity. Colour is very important too as they’re unlikely to wear silver if all their other jewellery is yellow gold. The more time you’ve been with your partner, the more they deserve to be spoiled don’t you think? A decorative necklace will more than fit the bill, especially if it’s bold but understated enough to wear everyday and never take off. 

 If you’re going to propose, make sure you’ve done the groundwork by sizing up their ring finger, speaking to their friends, and asking their father if you’re being traditional about it. There’s a wow-factor selection of engagement rings with stones of various sides and shades, along with promise rings if you’re not ready or simply want to reaffirm your love. And for goodness sake: keep the actual ‘Will you marry me’ simple; don’t risk losing or damaging the ring by slipping it into a dessert or champagne glass for effect. It’s not unheard of to have two rings when you do it either, the additional one can be smaller but no less stunning for knocking about. 

Check out this season’s JewelStreet highlights in the gallery above then shop your favourite piece(s) from our expert edits below. 

In partnership with JewelStreet. 

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Forgot eye candy, this season is all about ear candy. Jewels must be dripping from your ears before you even think your outfit is ready to be seen. Designers and high street brands alike are dangling statement earrings in our faces, and by our ears. These Atelier Swarovski X Michael Kane earrings are just too good. The think hoops, dazzling in pink need to be on my ears, immediately. Image: Designer

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Fashion Week, of course, isn't just about the clothes but what the designers are styling them with. Jewellery has such an effect on an outfit, transforming that LBD from 9-5 to cocktail hour in a hot second. Tom Ford is known for being sleek and chic with just a bit of drama, that's what keeps it fun right? Kaia looked insane in this look in the recent Tom Ford show. These earrings are more than statement, they're over-statement and I love it. The simple smoky eye and nude lip work perfectly with the glam jewellery and obviously her hair is pulled back, not a focal point needed in this look. Incredible. Image: Vogue

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Do you wear earrings? Do you like the statement earrings? I think this is the best way to make your daily outfit more feminine. These earrings look so beautiful and amazing. You can be a stylish and a gorgeous woman with them. You can wear with cocktail dresses, jeans, jumpsuits, high heels, sneakers. It's perfect for a special event, a date, a girls night out, or just a simple working day.

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We’ve found a novel way to be two or even three faced this season via instagram: face earrings. Jewellers are moulding metals into graphic outlines of le visage, with or without features and stones, that dangle from the ear and pop against a background of hair in really lovely ways. It’s the next phase of statement earrings that Mango, and the #mangogirls by default, have taken up with gusto, as the arty accent feels progressive and sophisticated. Those with a designer budget can look to Celine and J.W.Anderson for more conceptual pairs that’ll be a little less ubiquitous. The latter’s blue pair, done in collaboration with the now default Style.com a few seasons ago, was spotted on Yasmin Sewell, Pandora Sykes and many a editor/streetstyle star. 


We guess they’re popping up again now, mostly in gold, as an interesting alternative to the gold hoop. You can choose your art movement: cubism, surrealism, abstract etc and find a pair in line to add to your jewellery box. They’re the tasteful twist that makes any daytime outfit worthy of a second look or compliment and after dark they’ll steal the spotlight. Don’t shy away from coloured styles, as they’ll only increase the impact without compromising timelessness, or wearing them one at a time to stand out in a crowd of face earring wearers.  

Find styling inspiration in the gallery above then shop your favourite pair(s) in our edit below. 

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You may be stumped upon what jewellery to get this Valentine's day and a piece of jewellery is always a safe bet. You may want to get a gift for your best gal pal or may even one to treat yourself to a little anti-Valentine's day gifting to celebrate your badass singledom. 


T#fcfbfb">here's a certain personal element when buying a piece of jewellery for someone. It means that you're truly aware of their individual style that rarely follows trends. After examining the style of the person that will wear the gift choose between modern and classic. For a classic look go for minimal stacked gold enamel or raw earthy touches. For modern try maximalist colour, chunky silhouettes, layering and funky design. 

STATEMENT EARRINGS 

When it comes to earrings opt for tassel, chandelier or statement architectural earrings to be completely on trend for this season. The earrings are meant to be the main focal point so keep the rest of the outfit muted for immense effect. For a classic look go for drop earrings or a pair of pearl earrings and wear them with an evening look or a smart casual outfit. 

LAYER HOOPS RINGS PENDANTS 

Get a bunch of pendants to layer, including gold hoops in different sizes or statement rings that say something about you. The layering and the choice of accessory here will communicate your individuality. 

MATCH THEM 

For a black-tie event go for a matching necklace or choose a necklace with multiple layers for a nonchalant effect that is oh-so-chic. 

ARM PARTY 

Opt for an array of bold and colourful bracelets for your maximalist friend otherwise known as "arm party". The effect is a joyful blend of materials and colours that can easily act as one comprehensive accessory. Avoid adding any other piece of jewellery such as  drop earrings or necklaces and keep the attention to your bracelets. 

Head to our gallery for more inspiration and shop your favourite styles from our expert edit below! 

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The time's up t-shirts are such a good idea to support the foundation. I love how Uma Thurman looks so casually chic in this picture with her tee, jeans and a pair of pearl earrings. Would you wear it too? Photo Credit: @telva on twitter #fashion #timesup #look #outfit

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