Statement accessories keep their well-deserved top position among the most sought-after style items since series of seasons. Lanvin makes no exception when it comes of the fondness and admiration paid to the chunky and oversized designs. These jewels resembling the Viking culture inspired armor would make an immediate impression on the fashion pack who knows the importance of artful accessorizing.

Alber Elbaz knows how to perk up his minimalist style collection that combines female simplicity with the baroque and glamorous allure of these details. When paired in the same ensemble the result will be without doubt an impressive and intriguing one. Therefore those who were fascinated about the visual effect of the XXL accessories should take a closer glimpse at the Lanvin jewelry for Fall/Winter 2010 with its remarkable and unique designs.

The attires on the runway were indeed literally armed up with these nomadic style jewelries decorated with feathers as well as crystal pieces produced mainly of metal. Hard rock chicks will find it pretty impressive to perk up their look with these edgy designs. However the greatest invention and ingenious idea of Lanvin lies in the fact of being able to pair the high street outfit ideas for business and cocktail parties with these versatile and big ticket jewelry pieces from dapper bracelets, rings and also necklaces. Discover the sensuous vibe these fab fashion items will add to your appearance and wear them with confidence if you have the proper attitude to stand out from the crowd.

Turn yourself into a nomadic princess and team up some of the most faddish Lanvin jewelries with your Bohemian chic outfits. This is indeed one of the A-list ideas to personalize your look and add your signature marks to the complete outfit. On the other hand for a more universal look embed these chic accessories into your casual wear as well as party outfits where the stylish dresses and tuxedo suits will come to life when complemented with a similar detail. Check out the complete Lanvin jewelry collection for Fall/Winter 2010/2011 and make sure you steal the style tricks promoted on the runway to have an infinite parade of outfits to experiment with.