Manolo says, here is the report from the Telegraph of the London about the reappearance of the chunky beads.
Bright, chunky necklaces took the spring catwalks by storm – but the home-spun look is easy to create yourself, says Clare Coulson
A fresh trend that hits the right note is easy to spot – it’s usually the one that is adopted by fashion editors as soon as, if not before, it makes its debut on the international catwalks. The return of colourful bead necklaces is a good example. After what seems like an eternity of sparkly, spangly jewels, we have seen the welcome return of chunky beads and necklaces that have a home-spun feel
The spring catwalks were awash with strands of bold beads. Marc Jacobs included shiny, primary-coloured plastic beads threaded on to stripy ribbon in his younger Marc line, where a fun, throw-it-together aesthetic rules. On the runway, he paired them with Eighties pop-inspired pieces, including faded denim, colourful layered jersey tops and bold prints. Miuccia Prada, another trendsetter, added chunky, primary-coloured bead necklaces to her sporty, vibrant separates.
Manolo says, this trend it was well reported during the Spring, 2005 fashion debut in the September.