If you’re looking to be inspired by some serious sparkle, we’re about to introduce you to one of the most dazzling new jewelry collections around. The Baroqco Fall/Winter 2019/2020 accessories collection “Kraton” made its grand debut at a luxurious runway show this season of Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week. The range incorporates Swarovski Elements and semi-precious stones from Brazil and Indonesia, and also has ornaments plated in palladium or 24K gold. At the show, runway models showcased the eye-catching styles against sleek black dresses and jumpsuits by Greek designer Vassilis Zoulias.
“The collection is inspired by the Javanese Tradition that still remains in the princedom, located in the region of Surakarta in the center of java island in Indonesia,” the brand shared in a post-show press release. “Until now, Pura Mangkunegaran has its own arts and cultures and one among the others is the dance which claims to have the original style created by people of Pura Mangkunagaran themselves. This uniqueness gives the identity in diversity.”
The design team’s inspiration blends beautifully with glamorous Parisian couture essentials.
“The collaboration between the French and the Javanese is made because of the e orts by Mangkunegaran in order to introduce the kingdom into the Western society and to adopt western life style or culture in Java by developments in arts, buildings, military without forgetting Javanese elements as their identity,” the brand added. “Baroqco is embracing the Mangkunegaran to be remembered and that their Legacy thrives on in Paris in the Collection of Baroqco during the Paris Fashion Week Haute Couture.”