Autumn fashion: Fine and dandy
Wonderfully decadent shoes, intricately beaded bags, and gleaming trinkets - opulence is alive and well and unashamed. Styling by Jo Adams. Photographs by Kate Plumb
Saturday 28 September 1996
This page (from left) silver brick bracelet, pounds 45, blue and yellow enamel and metal bracelet, pounds 52, and orange and brown enamel earrings, pounds 25, all by Paul Smith Women, Floral Street, London WC2; gold and jewelled earrings, pounds 180, from Chanel, 31 Sloane Street, London SW1; purple, and amber enamel rings, pounds 140, both by John Richardson, from Janet Fitch, 37A Neal Street, London WC2; multi-coloured stone brooch, pounds 79, by Fenwicks, 63 New Bond Street, London W1; orange and gold enamel ring, pounds 27, and amber and gold stone bracelet, pounds 75, both by Paul Smith as before; multi-coloured stone and fossil bracelet, pounds 196, by Dionne Gray from Janet Fitch, as before; wide gold and jewelled belt, pounds 600, by Chanel, as before
Clockwise from left: purple suede high court shoe, pounds 99.50, by Russell & Bromley, as before; purple velvet court shoe with high tongue, pounds 215, by Gina, 189 Sloane Street, London SW1; green satin loafer pounds 180, by Gucci, from Gucci, 33 Old Bond Street W1 (enquiries: 0171-629 2716); purple suede high court shoe, pounds 99.50, Russell & Bromley, as before; purple velvet ankle boot, pounds 119, by LK Bennett, 83 Kings Road, London SW1; purple velvet slipper, pounds 149, by Emma Hope, as before
Orchid hair grips, pounds 19.95, by Johnny Loves Rosie, from Fenwick, 63 New Bond Street W1 (mail-order: 0171-629 9161); cream rust and chocolate suede wedge heel boot, by Karena Schuessler, pounds 350, from Harrods, Knightsbridge SW1; brown beaded structured bag, pounds 185, by Samantha Heskia, as before.
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