COUTURE 2021 has kicked off and we are fully immersed in the world of diamonds and jaw-dropping jewels. From new collections to antique pieces, there has been no shortage of inspiration in Las Vegas this year.
Of course, we had our eyes peeled for our fall trends at the show and found plenty of unique marquise cuts, diamond-encrusted heavy metal chains, chic gender-free styles, modern diamonds and pearls and funky hoops galore.
Although of-the-moment and part of the zeitgeist, these fall trends also make for timeless styles. Pearls certainly aren’t going anywhere, and marquise cuts don’t have to be in fashion to be the perfect engagement ring for you.
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That being said, when a certain style *is* trending, We like to go all out. Ahead, the best new pieces we spotted at COUTURE to help you do the same.
Walters Faith debuted a new collection at Couture, and we couldn’t stop staring at the chain link bracelet, fully iced-out in diamonds. We love the larger size of the chain and the unique toggle-style closure—not something you see every day!
Piranesi also debuted a totally unique marquise cut ring—15.54 carats set in platinum to be exact. With a not-your-average-halo framing the marquise cut, the ring is truly a one-of-a-kind and something we’re all adding to our wish list.
If you’re not in the market for a statement piece, this delicate ring from Milamore feels very similar to the toi et moi style, but is slightly modern, thanks to the loop of round diamonds opposite the gorgeous marquise cut stone.
Gender-free styles were everywhere, and this diamond bangle from Kwiat makes for the perfect his-and-hers matching friendship bracelets. Style it in a stack, perhaps with some chains or wear it solo; there’s no wrong way to show off this gorgeous piece.
Pinky rings are also trending. Versatile and stylish, they’re the exact piece that your jewelry box is missing.
Hoops on hoops takes a literal turn with Nikos Koulis’ diamond hoop adorned black hoops. Wear them out to dinner or to your next cocktail party; the best part about them is their versatility.
These curved, almost snake-like hoops from John Apel are better suited for a more formal occasion, so prepare to whip them out at your next black tie wedding. We think they would look perfect with your black ballgown.
Last but certainly not least, this diamond and pearl ring from Assael caught our eye for its simplicity and elegance, the ultimate toi et moi, AKA two-stone ring. Did we just find your ideal engagement ring? We think so.