Let’s sweep the myth that brooches belong in the past from the table. This original design is a hot accessory in this century, too.
Unlike rings and earrings, brooches are not limited to a specific part of the body - brooches therefore allow designers and creators a broader artistic scope of creation. Playing with perspective and traditional ideas, the brooch itself can become an impressive piece of art and a truly unique outfit decoration.
High-fashion designers such as Marc Jacobs, Schiaparelli, Miu Miu, Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana and many others - who have incorporated this magnificent accessory into their latest collections - also fell in love with the brooch.
Inspire yourself, too - with these creative ways of wearing brooches!
I. Jacket and Coat |a timeless classic
V. Hair Creations
VI. Caps and hats
IX. Sweaters and Ponchos
X. Runway Inspiration
The Queen of the United Kingdom - also known as the Queen of Brooches - also fell for this immortal piece, along with countless celebrities:
IN CATEGORY OF ITS OWN: MEN
In the 1920s, it was also men who raised this fashionable piece onto the pedestal. Many brooches today are sold specifically for men, and differ from those for women. Examples are the lily brooch by Alexander McQueen in antique silver, and the Gucci cotton brooch called Embroidered Hare. It is men who will introduce us to a whole new sphere of concepts regarding how this timeless peak artistic-value piece of can be used.
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