Jewellery

Men’s fashion week jewellery from the Autumn/Winter 2024 shows

Discover the top men's jewellery trends for the new year straight from the autumn/winter 2024 catwalks in Milan, Paris, London and New York, including Dolce & Gabbana brooches to monogrammed rings at Fendi

15 January 2024

By Joshua Hendren

The autumn/winter 2024 runway shows aren’t just a showcase for fabulous fashion, but a mega mixture of jewellery too. This season has focused on big statement pieces and unexpected styles. Think supersized chain chokers and floral brooches spun of embellished gold. There were a few more delicate styles too – Fendi presented an array of monogrammed bracelets and rings, stackable in size and colour.

Here, we select the pieces from the shows we’re coveting right now.

Dolce & Gabbana

Brooches for men are now a mainstay at fashion shows. This season, Dolce & Gabbana sent a bevy of suited looks down the runway, each with a dainty floral brooch pinned to their lapels. Expect the trend to continue as the year progresses and as men continue to step up their jewellery game.

Dsquared2

Provocative boldness was the order of the day at Dsquared2, bringing forth cascading pendant necklaces that swung at the models’ hips and punkish chokers adorned with spikes.

Fendi

It was all about the art of the stack at Fendi this season. The Roman maison presented a curated selection of minimal jewellery staples alongside its ready-to-wear including colourful woven bracelets in buttery leather and band rings detailed with the house’s emblematic ‘FF’ logo.

Gucci

Sabato De Sarno revealed further insight into his vision for Gucci with his debut menswear collection for the Florentine house. This included a new interpretation of the Marina Chain necklace, an archival motif inspired by the chain of an anchor, first introduced back in the late 1960s.

Louis Vuitton

Pharrell Williams opened Paris fashion week with a Wild West-inspired show that included beaded jewellery in precious stones for a luxurious take on the playful trend with pieces spanning chokers and ear studs to embellished bolo ties.

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