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September 2022
  • Cadenas, clés, écrou, formes tubulaires, brutes ou graphiques, chaînes et pointes… cette saison, les bijoux semblent tout droit sortis du rayon bricolage.

Bring out the hardware!

Padlocks, keys, a bolt, tubes, angular shapes, chains and points … 
this season’s jewellery looks as if it came straight from the DIY store.

By Julie de los Rios

Fendi. Key

The Fendi woman has fun with her jewellery. One earring is a padlock, the other a key; the charms on her bracelet are baguette bags; the pendant on her necklace is a safety pin. Fendi surely has the Midas touch.


Balmain. Architectural

A gold zip bracelet, a key for a ring, wide cuffs and lip piercing: Olivier Rousteing kits out the modern warrior woman to head out and conquer the world.

Paco Rabanne. XXL

These gold Link earrings enhance a fine head posture and give the wearer self-assurance.


Givenchy. Captivating

It girls love these Lock earrings with sparkling diamanté.


Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello. Straight

This jointed brass bangle in two-tone, palladium or gold colour, is made of two interlocking parts.


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