N.oor on the catwalk at London Fashion Week

Everything clicks when fashion and jewellery make a happy marriage as seen on the catwalk at London Fashion Week. The label Issa chose N.oor jewellery to complement the bold, colourful graphic patterns of its flowing dresses and coats for the season.

Accessories make the difference. This model wears Noor long gold necklace at Issa catwalk show London Fashion Week Feb. 2011

Everything clicks when fashion and jewellery make a happy marriage as seen on the catwalk at London Fashion Week. The label Issa chose N.oor jewellery to complement the bold, colourful graphic patterns of its flowing dresses and coats for the season. [gallery] The simplicity of N.oor Fares jewellery worked well against the bright patterns of Issa's new collection. The ancient oriental symbol for good luck that is much like a knot, appears strung on long chains that loop several times around the neck, dangle down a bare back or swag down well past belly button height. The same motif, in a larger size disc, is strung through fabric chokers or worn around the waist to add a rich sheen to Issa's vivacious look.  The versatility of Noor's jewellery is shown to good effect on the catwalk as gold discs can transform from chokers to belts, bracelets or even head ornaments. N.oor is a London-based jeweller of Lebanese origin and one of her early collections was taken by Harrods -a  sure sign of N.oor's keen eye for design and the wearability of her jewels that though classic and simple can look bang up to minute when treated as a versatile accessory.

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