From traffic-stopping color choices to the season’s most audacious accessories, our bold style contenders prove that fall is not the time for playing it safe


Sculptural, chunky, and brimming with a bevy of embellishments like rhinestones, studs, and diamonds, cuffs make an unapologetic style statement. Say hello to the season’s most sensational wrist candies.

Loewe Nappa Large Twist Cuffin Sterling Silver
Forged to mirror the twists in Nappa leather, this statement cuff, crafted in sterling silver with a green varnished finish, adds a whimsical touch to any autumn ensemble. $2,700,



Geode 18K Yellow Gold Diamond Cuff by Emily P. Wheeler
Exploring the extravagant nature of cu s within a geometric framework, this yellow gold stunner is decked out in paveset, conflict-free diamonds of 1.29 ctw, imbuing it with a sense of regality. $16,000,




Buccellati Macri Classica Cu in Black Gold
An emblem of classic elegance, from the OG of cu designers, Buccellati’s Macri is rendered in hand-engraved 18K gold with a black finish, featuring white diamonds of 0.75 ctw set in 18K gold motifs. $30,000,

Pink hot, electric, pulsing pink was the inspiration for Italian luxury brand Valentino’s Fall-Winter ‘22 collection. “The color of freedom, individuality, curiosity, and invention,” explained Maison Valentino to justify the choice of color. Crafted in collaboration with the Pantone Color Institute, the Valentino Pink PP has already made history. The brand’s creative director, Pierpaolo Piccioli, saturated the collection in shades of feisty fuchsia from head to toe. A genius move, considering the absence of contrast made it easy for the creative nuances to shine, timeless details that are synonymous with the atelier’s craftsmanship, like expert tailoring and the use of rich textiles. Thigh skimming wool minis were paired with detailed jackets, sequin bottoms were juxtaposed with boxy oversized blazers, and ankle-grazing winter coats complemented a plethora of sexy sheer blouses, all drenched in the Barbie hue. The collection’s structured dresses were undeniably the trailblazers, flaunting interesting cutouts and fl oral embellishments.

Ready to snag the it bag of the century? Bottega Veneta paid homage to its heritage with the recent reintroduction of one of its signature bags, the Bottega Cabat, only this time as a mini. The original Cabat was a 250-run limited edition bag, each plated and numbered, featuring the brand’s signature Intrecciato weave. Designed by BV’s former creative director Tomas Maier and released in 2001, the Cabat’s shopping basket-style aesthetic has been perfected with avant-garde techniques over the years. The coveted new mini echoes the Cabat’s original form, combining the intricate process with the mini-bag trend in luxe lambskin, finished with a detachable, tonal shoulder strap and an interior zipped pocket. Our vote is for the True Green option as a cheeky nod to BV’s signature hue. $4,500,