FISHY FASH­ION

Fun and up­scale trends for your wardrobe up­grade

Solitaire (Singapore) - - Content - By Kather­ine Arteche

In Feng Shui, the fish is rep­re­sen­ta­tive of wealth in abun­dance. Com­monly in­te­grated as pat­terned mo­tifs from home­ware to fash­ion, it is usu­ally de­picted to be el­e­gantly swim­ming, sym­bol­is­ing hap­pi­ness and har­mony. In jew­ellery, their scaled bod­ies pro­vide a lux­u­ri­ous can­vas for pre­cious gem­stones or di­a­monds. The more in­tri­cate de­signs are scaled up as a state­ment brooch, or are split apart to ac­com­mo­date an aquatic pair as stud­ded ear­rings.

Ma­rine-like de­tails pro­vide com­ple­ment­ing colours and ideas for a chic out­fit. Coral-in­spired state­ment ear­rings and blue-hint sun­glasses are fit­ting ad­di­tions.

Cruise 2018 BOTTEGA VENETA Fish bracelet with red spinels and di­a­monds in plat­inum and gold, Jean Sch­lum­berger for TIF­FANY & CO. Fall/win­ter 2017-2018 DOLCE & GABBANA Di­vas’ Dream Col­lec­tion 2017 high jew­ellery watch with tan­zan­ites and turquoise,...

Spring/sum­mer 2017 EMPORIO ARMANI

Trop­i­cal An­gel fish with black South Sea Pearl, AUTORE Spring 2017 Ready-to-wear shoes,

MIU MIU

Bloom Fra­grance, GUCCI

Spring/sum­mer 2017 Ready-to-wear, DOLCE & GABBANA

Ri­hanna Loves Chopard high jew­ellery ear­rings, CHOPARD

Red Flo­ral Print GG Mar­mont Bag Spring 2017, GUCCI

Spring/sum­mer 2017 crys­tal ear­rings. KENZO

Fall 2017 Ready-to-wear, TORY BURCH

Eyewear from Spring 2017, CÉ­LINE

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