Swarovski’s Fall/Winter 2016/17 Innovations are almost here! This upcoming launch features something for everyone: two new effects, one new pearl color, two new bead shapes, two new pendant shapes, and one new fancy stone! Take a peek at the inspiring new additions below and get excited for new crystal!
Cool and modern, this cold silver effect embodies fluidity, emotion, and mystery with its sophisticated shimmer. It is timeless yet cutting edge, and can easily be used in male, female, and unisex jewelry designs alike.
Designed by Jean Paul Gaultier, this mystical hue evokes the metallic green, blue, and purple shimmer of the Egyptian scarab beetle. Powerful and inspiring, this effect shines in nature-inspired pieces, avant-garde designs, and nearly everything in between.
Designed by Jean Paul Gaultier, this mystical hue evokes the metallic green, blue, and purple shimmer of the Egyptian scarab beetle. Try this eye-catching color with Crystal Scarabaeus Green crystals, or Iridescent Green and Iridescent Purple Pearls.
The stunning, elongated silhouette and multilayer cut of the Raindrop Fancy Stone make this versatile shape the epitome of versatility. A reinterpretation of a classic shape, this stone is easily wearable in both spartan and opulent designs.
Subtly conic and brilliantly faceted, the Rondelle Bead merges round and angular elements in a unique new cut. Use this simple yet strong bead to soften sharp and hard-edged designs with an air of elegance.
Drilled with a top hole that creates a swinging effect, the radiant Pendulum Bead features a traditional gem cut that glitters in the sunlight. Both a bead and a pendant, this sleek shape adds instant movement and interest to any design.
Like its name, which means “broken” in German, the distinctive Kaputt Oval Pendant breaks with convention and celebrates its imperfect perfection. Designed by Jean Paul Gaultier, this breathtaking piece features irregular faceting and matte accents, and can be worn on both sides.
Designed by Jean Paul Gaultier, the irregular silhouette of the Kaputt Pendant is inspired by its name, the German word for “broken”. Matte accents and asymmetrical faceting make this reversible pendant a must-have for beaders who find beauty in imperfection.