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Annie Haak salutes Dolce and Gabanna

14 December 2011

Annie Haak salutes Dolce and Gabbana who spark winter fashion trend


Dolce & Gabbana strutted their sensational stars up and down the catwalk sparking the trend for this season’s starry numbers now featured all over the High Street. And you can make that star look bang-on-trend in Autumn/Winter 2011/2012 by accessioning with a little Annie Haak twinkle chic.


We’ve seen D&G bring stars to the catwalk with their fantastic sequined star dress and while the likes of Naomi Campbell got stars in their eyes and snapped up the £975 creation in an instant, Gigi Vintage set to work to introduce a more affordable High Street version. 


Star shapes are featured on clothes and accessories alike this season and Little Mix has even brought stars into the spotlight on X factor in recent weeks. Leigh-Anne was spotted wearing star-clad tights on stage as well as a starry blouse when out on the town.


Other celebs seen sporting this sparkling new trend include Anne Hathaway, Fergie , Kim Kardashi, Pixie Geldoff , Jessie J and Evan Rachel Wood.


You too can get that starry look with sterling silver jewellery from Annie Haak Designs. Although a surprisingly easy print to wear, less is most definitely more when it comes to stars. Why not team a star print dress with simple star shaped earrings for that D&G look? Our Hati Sterling Silver and gemstone earrings - Crystal Star are perfect for this. Hati star necklaces and rings will also make a dazzling addition to your jewellery box.


Alternatively, why not make a nod to the trend by keeping to one or two key pieces, such as the Gili Sterling Silver Star necklace? This statement piece, featuring a beautiful six-pointed silver star pendent, could be worn with plain blocks of bright and bold colours to combine two of this season’s hottest looks.