While Brazil tends to be rife with beach connotations, Sao Paolo Spring 2019 Fashion Week featured plenty of ideas for urban locales as well. Accessories Magazine takes a walk through some of the accessories items that caught our eyes, from wooden driftwood necklaces to 3D floral chokers to mesh bags, all in a palette of coral, peach, pink and tan.
Agua de Coco’s wooden earrings in molecule structures looked like a science presentation gone chic. The effect was open, airy and lightweight.
Driftwood wrapped in copper by Ronaldo Fraga wire created a giant statement necklace with a beachy-yet-sophisticated theme.
Fisherman net bags continue to be a hot trend, here interpreted by Fernando Yamam in thick pink crochet for a fashion twist.
Updating the ocean theme, Lenny Niemeyer took natural elements of branch coral interpreted in wood, and mixed them mixed with smooth balls for post-Modern Art earrings.
Are these the new flower crowns? Ronaldo Fraga put floral burrs right into hair for a less overtly “feminine” result.
Agua de Coco’s 3D metal flowers are attention getting both as post earrings or chokers. Here, a mix of gold and peachy pearlescent enamel look fresh.
Lilly Sarti’s super-long fringe handbag breaks away from a bohemian feel with its small metal handle.
Clear Lucite sunglasses get a non-traditional update with tiny pieces of straw pressed into the top portion for texture and a natural accent.
Salinas took the beach theme literally, with beachy terry cloth fabric rolled into handbags and twisted into visor turbans.
A Niemeyer’s slides forgo popular fur for something more boho: thick yarn pom-poms in natural colors.
Crochet gets super chic at Projeto Ponto Firme, mixing berry colors that pull from the coordinating ready-to-wear. Perfect for the beach or beyond.