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Swarovski Elements Lounge at ENK’s Accessorie Circuit Intermezzo Collections Show

Swarovski returned to once again introduce a preview of brands utilizing their beautiful crystal elements in their Spring/Summer 2013 collections at the Accessorie Circuit Intermezzo Collections Show, presented by ENK and held at the Javits Center. The installation, located in the Swarovski Elements Lounge, included helmets, footwear, handbags, cellphone accessories, and of course jewelry from more than 80 famous U.S and international designers and brands

As you can imagine there were several breathtaking pieces and I wish I could showcase every single stunning     piece but that many photos would be overwhelming. So I’ve included a few fascinating pieces that caught my attention.

Helmets – featured below going clockwise are Swarovski embellished helmets from Casco (Germany), Tonino Lamborghini (Italy), Samshield (France) and Yakkay (Denmark)

Statement Neckpieces – Featured below clockwise are gorgeous necklaces from (*NOTE: the first piece is unknown but I plan on hunting down the name of who created this beguiling piece), MM Crystal (Canada), Kenny Ma Designs (USA), and Annie Koplik Designs (USA).

Other standouts, which much like what’s already featured above, were a mixture of elegance, edginess, luxurious, glamorous, rock n’ roll, modern and quirky. They include the following:

Alexis Mabille Bow Clutch (France)

A gorgeous necklace and bracelet set from Deepa Gurnani (USA)

An enchanting Animal Print Wedge from Benjamin Adams London (UK)

To see more of the selected accessory and jewelry designs, head over to Swarovski Elements Showcases to see what other products are created using Swarovski Crystal Elements. Feast your eyes on a few more looks below:

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