Spring 2014 Trend We Spotted: Open-Front Necklaces

Spring 2014 Trend We Spotted: Open-Front Necklaces
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The clasp of a necklace is the least intriguing part — that’s why for spring 2014, designers decided to ditch the closure and keep neck wear open-ended. Think of it as a new take on a cuff: simple to throw on and open to endless design interpretations and styling possibilities. How many pieces can you really team with a poncho or a bralette?  And even though there are no strings attached, these collar-clinging necklaces aren't going anywhere. Emporio Armani and Dior took an asymmetrical approach to keeping the piece in place by performing a balancing act with beads and an architectural arrangement while others used artful extras as anchors: Chanel employed monumental pearls, Edun used clear-cut faceted stones, and Altuzarra put gilded coils to use.  All of which prove that some things are better left undone.

(Left to right: Chanel, Emporio Armani, Edun, Dior, Altuzarra)

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