Arm, neck, and ring parties are alive and well at Jennifer Fisher. But even if you tire of the stacking trend by Fall, you’ll still be interested in her pieces because they are just that cool, whether worn individually or grouped together for maximum dramatic impact.
As most designers do, Fisher adopted a darker mood for Fall, getting inspired by “watching lots of Stanley Kubrick films.” She made her dark statement with lots of onyx metal, creating hammered nail spike, vertebrae, and arrowhead rings and cuffs that wrapped three-quarters of the way around the finger or arm. Her collection was heavy on accents like sharp hexagons, dagger-shaped triangle cutouts, and flat-out points. One particular standout was a wide chain link bracelet-ring combo with a double point triangle that looked edgy and strong. Fisher also experimented with cleaner looks, like using wide-banded silver for chokers and cuffs. While we’ve seen some of the jewelry concepts before, Fisher’s take was glossier (without the actual use of gemstones), gleaming with a dark polish just right for the uptown Barneys crowd, who are carrying an exclusive.