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5 fashion week looks to rock with UNOde50 jewelry


International fashion week season is drawing to a close and the time has come to compile the best looks from Milan, Paris, London and New York starring UNOde50.

The most glamorous front-row guests give us their interpretations of how to rock our designs. Let yourself be seduced by the daring combinations and latest looks that will inspire you when donning your own UNOde50 jewelry.


Street Style: UNOde50 jewelry globetrots to fashion week

A trendy-glam look in the heart of London



British blogger, Whitney Valverde of WhitneysWonderland, opted for this look to attend the third day of London’s Fashion Week. On-trend attire like flared trousers and a top with ruffled sleeves combine flawlessly with the “Toronado” necklace, a uniquely stylish piece for the bold and confident woman.


Grunge denim takes over Paris


Despite knowing that in Paris they dress to the nines for fashion week, Zoé—author of the blog, Les Babioles de Zoé—opted for a more casual ensemble: head to toe denim with edgy accessories like the silver “Yei-Yei” necklace with Swarovski crystals, a fedora, and a hobo bag, a must-have for this fall-winter season.


A daring, metallic ensemble to shine like a star


New York Fashion Week requires dressing to perfection and the Italian model, Marta Festa, does just that in sheer and metallic fabrics with embroidered details and an unforgettable hairstyle. She rocks the choker trend with the “Lizza” and adds a dash of the rebellious with the “Toronado,” one of UNOde50’s most popular designs for the new season.



Contrasts with print animal 


Leopard print has that je ne sais quoi that makes it stylish season after season. When paired with sneakers and torn jeans, it’s the perfect combination to sport with the “Chapa-rron” and “Cascaditabracelets chosen by Marie, from the blog Marieandmood.


A look inspired by UNOde50’s Gold Collection


For her trip to the front row at London’s Fashion Week, German Nina-Victoria Suess, from, chose pieces from our Gold Collection. What do you wear with the “Eslabón” necklace and the “B-12” bracelet? An oversized coat in warm hues, a blush pink blouse, and an Asian-inspired embroidered kimono: three must-haves for winter 2016.

Inspiration is served! Take note of the latest trends and create your own look with UNOde50 jewelry. Got something in mind?

Jewelry Trends Fall-Winter 2016-2017: get the new must-haves


The new season is here and—to get through the back-to-work trauma after a long, lazy summer—nothing better than a shopping session that lets us revamp our wardrobe, shoe rack and modernize our jewelry collection with the hottest key pieces around.

The military, sailor and masculine looks will be taking off (again) and, to go with them, the essential jewelry pieces for Fall-Winter 2016/17 include asymmetrical earrings, chokers and layered necklaces.


7 trendy jewelry pieces for the new season you’ve got to get

 Pearls continue to be ON, but in their rebel version:


Pearl necklaces remain a hot trend for the new season, but we recommend you go for their somewhat less-than-classic version.

Asymmetrical earrings, because we love oddball things:


Wearing the same earrings is just so boring, so this year unmatched pairs are hitting the catwalks. At UNOde50, we were pioneers in this trend, but only for bold women.

XXL stones and crystals, excess is best:


One of the hardest-hitting trends for Fall-Winter are pieces with large crystals. Don’t be afraid of size when selecting pendants and rings, to flaunt your rebel look with style.

Ear cuffs, the grunge trend continues:


If you’ve still not given this ear décor a go, it’s now or never, because this season ear cuffs keep showing up on the covers of fashion magazines.

Oversized chokers in the house:


2016 is turning into the year of the choker, and for winter their maxi version is oh-so-hip.

Eye-catching pendants, say goodbye to minimalism:


Pendants are getting bigger and better, and the designs are unlimited. Animal inspiration, colored pieces and a full range of designs that will not go unnoticed. Anything goes as long as it’s big.

Not 2 but 3, necklaces don’t want to be alone:


The combinations of necklaces and pendants worn at different lengths are another hit of the upcoming winter. This is the perfect year to go for impossible mixes of short and long pieces.