Noudar Jewels light up LFW with Julien Macdonald Collaboration

 Noudar Jewels light up LFW with Julien Macdonald Collaboration

Noudar Jewels took to the catwalk stunning the crowds with an exclusive collaboration with Julien Macdonald for his SS’15 London Fashion Week show. The much anticipated new collection by Noudar debuted yesterday in the elegant setting of The Royal Opera House, presenting an incredible selection of new designs and exclusive pieces.

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There was plenty of sparkle and glamour on the catwalk with Julien presenting a range of slim fitting pencil dresses, printed skater silhouettes and ruffled swimsuits, accessorised by an exclusive range of Noudar Jewels, complementing Julien’s signature look.


Featuring a range of precious metals including white, yellow and rose gold, as well as rhodium implemented with white and fancy colour diamonds, rubies and emeralds making the new collection eclectic and distinctively recognisable with the signature Noudar-style ring set and finger bracelets.

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Julien unveiled a diamond-embroidered wedding dress worth more than £4 million. The bridal gown was the highlight of the show at The Royal Opera House.  Wowing the crowds the look was completed by a signature Noudar white gold double ring.  “I am so pleased to have collaborated with Noudar Jewels at my Spring Summer 2015 Show.

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Her designs are absolutely beautiful, delicate and intricate  – they compliment my collection.” says Julien Macdonald. He revealed that his inspiration for the collection, which had a theme of flowers mixed with tattoos, was a mermaid who lives in a tropical sea.
Noudar’s designs continue to be young in spirit yet still remaining sophisticated and precious adornments for women of dedication and strong individuals looking for fine jewellery that advocates these elements while still complimenting their beauty. Having taken inspiration from the noble heritage of the Arabic and Islamic culture; influence from Oman patterns and Henna designs are atheistically present throughout the collection, yet still offering elements of feminine pieces de resistance. The romantic yet sophisticated designs embody empowerment and protection, both physically and symbolically for the modern day woman.

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