Why This Old-Fashioned Jewelry Trend Is the Next Big Thing

This popular motif has been "in" more times than we can count.

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If you rewound well over 100 years ago, you'd be back in the Victorian era and totally primed to be on-trend in 2016…if you did some smash-and-grab jobs on the society ladies' jewelry boxes, tossed the hair lockets, and kept all the cameos. But why the miniature bas-reliefs of a woman's head? Why now?


Because Rihanna and  —  — said so.

Everything old becomes cool again when someone remembers it, but in this case, Aiche has brushed off a dusty motif and injected some anachronistic edge. In her new collection of rings, there's a fleur de lis but also a unicorn and an African bust. (Heads up: RiRi owns this one.)

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Worn on the pinky like a signet ring or as part of a one-a-finger grouping, the cameo goes even more vintage, but in a very timely eccentric-who-only-wears-19th-century-nightgowns kind of way. Now for the acquiring: Aiche's hand-carved bands , but who knows? 

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