"Fiorelli Jewelery"- jewelery for the new age

Fiorelli jewellery boasts an exclusive range of contemporary designs. Fiorelli's success in producing core, fashionable designs had inspired them to develop an exciting silver jewellery range. The Fiorelli collection includes a simple, elegant signature collection bearing the Fiorelli logo, plus feminine heart clusters and intricate filigree detailing.
Smoky quartz droplets, delicate pink crystal trinkets and multi-tonal combinations add colourful highlights to the range, whilst unusual stone cuts and the bold use of onyx provide impact. Fiorelli is a leading accessory brand which is sold in department stores all over the UK, hoping to expand globally. The brand was taken over in 1995 by the Lunan Group, with its aim to be the UK's leading and most recognised accessory brand. Their ambition became a reality in 2004 and today Fiorelli is the leading accessory brand in the UK and Republic of Ireland.
Fiorelli was taken over by the Lunan Group in 1995 - their ambition was to make Fiorelli the leading accessory brand in the UK, as well as one of the most recognised. By 2004, that ambition was realised and today it is focused on pushing the boundaries to continue to move the brand forward. Their mission statement is: "We are passionate about pushing out the boundaries by continually reinventing and moving the brand forward."
The products are all designed in London by a young, ambitious team of designers, who regularly travel in order to gain inspiration for catwalks worldwide. Fiorelli prides itself in being commercial and usable, remaining focused on new and innovative designs.
The types of jewellery they focus on are bracelets, earrings, necklaces, rings and pendants. Prices for real silver jewellery vary from 22.95 pounds for a pair of silver earrings to 179.95 pounds for a beautiful cuff bracelet. Designs can include coloured stone filled earrings or pendants, depending on your taste. Costume jewellery is also available at a lower price from 6.95 pounds for a pair of earrings and the highest price being 39.95 pounds for a necklace.

Jewellery ideas for winter 2010

With the crisp winter frosts and shimmering snow upon us in recent weeks, winter fashion is all about layering with vintage pieces interspersed with a modern twist. To stand out from the crowd, signature pieces of chunky jewellery can complement your winter wardrobe.
To rock a vintage look, bold costume jewellery or pearls work well. Avoid bright raucous colours in winter and stick with silver, antique golds, creams, aubergines, blacks, blues and deeper colours to avoid looking washed out. Larger pearl necklaces, a bead charm bracelet and chunky cut gemstones look good with over-sized knits, Russian-esque fur hats, skinny jeans and the ubiquitous UGG boots for a casual look. Meanwhile, such jewellery can be dressed up with a this season's must have lace dress and Mary Jane's.

Brooches are also back in fashion this winter and look fantastic pinned onto a jumper or coat lapel. Vintage medal styles for the military chic look are most popular and look best in ruby, emerald and gold colours to jazz up any outerwear.
As with necklaces and bracelets, chunky is definitely in vogue when it comes to earing's. Tiered styles, the bigger and longer the better are of the moment but avoid ostentatious colours and styles as the Pat Butcher look is not one to be desired. Instead, stick to teardrop, vintage chandelier or pearl beaded numbers.
Statement rings in floral styles can be worn to complement the aforementioned jewellery but be careful not to overdo it. Stick to a couple of must have pieces such as stacking rings and a chandelier earing's to complete the look in a classy and simple way.
Combining a couple of choice statement pieces with your layered winter fashion this season will be sure to make you stand out and sparkle against the white backdrop. 

The hottest jewellery for Spring/Summer 2010

One of this Spring/Summer's hottest trends in jewellery has to be beads. From beaded charm bracelets created by designers such as Stella McCartney, to chunky vintage-inspired necklaces, most of fashion's en vogue will be rocking the beaded look.
After Michelle Obama wore a Pieter Erasmus creation at a recent Washington engagement, metallic, intricately decorated bangles are proving popular with celebrity jewellery wearers and fashionistas alike. Popular styles include engraved, beaded or jewel encrusted bangles for a truly glamorous effect.
Eco friendly jewellery is coming to prominence in 2010, with designers such as Gucci utilising materials like recycled metals or conflict free gemstones to create must-have pieces. Greener jewellery is set to becoming popular this year with the subject popular with both politicians, eco warriors and now - fashion lovers.
As well as the eco friendly, ethical jewellery is becoming more abundant in fashion meccas like Sloane Street. Ethical doesn't necessarily have to mean simple, with many designers creating ornate multi-tiered earrings and bright vegetable dyed adornments.
To combine with the vintage theme, floral jewellery is to continue its 2009 popularity but become more understated. Think pearls, soft yellows and creams combined with the metallic nature of 2010 jewellery - providing a vintage/modern fusion.
This season's obsession has to be with mother nature's beauty that is the pearl. From ostentatious multi-layered pearl necklaces to more simple creations, pearls are the must-have jewellery style. Whether wearing out to a function or casually for a spot of retail therapy, pearls are being shown off by the likes of Kate Moss and Carla Bruni. Inside opinion is that pearl and ribbon combinations are set to prove especially popular this year.