HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE SHOW
DESIGNER: Eliana Venier
INSPIRATION: Nature, organic forms, and repurposed items. The fourth bag collection is made of recycled and new cotton oil lamp wicks. The large-stitch bags are handmade with a combination of knitting and weaving techniques.
KEY ITEMS: Clutches and bags have a chunky, relaxed allure in natural shades, gold and silver.
PRICES: 160 euros to 200 euros.
DESIGNER: Carissa Cruz Evangelista
INSPIRATION: Philippine textiles inspired the sculptural, bold graphic designs rendered in dazzling colors, made of cotton thread, hand-glued on clutches and bags by underprivileged Philippine women that the brand employs.
KEY ITEMS: A new European line including light blues, pinks, oranges, whites and browns on clutches and bags. Brighter candy colors were also available.
PRICES: 60 euros to 310 euros.
DESIGNER: Olivia Dar
INSPIRATION: Tropical birds and plants from the Americas inspired these hand embroidered earrings, bags and necklaces, made in India.
KEY ITEMS: Ikat-print bags embroidered with feathery fringes. Embroidered leather talisman bags for lucky charms, bird earrings.
PRICES: 80 euros to 290 euros.
DESIGNER: Shivani Pathak
INSPIRATION: Mogul India, its peacock motifs and Persian and European influences inspired this debut collection of “luxury costume jewelry.” Hand-enameled pieces are made with gold or rhodium-plated brass, anodized aluminum, and Swarovski topaz.
KEY ITEMS: Threader earrings, cuffs, rings, and waterfall earrings.
PRICES: 65 pounds to 650 pounds.
A bag by Olivia Dar. A cuff by Taal Noir.
A clutch by Beatriz.
A clutch by Alienina.