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The Note-Worthy Accessories From The Fall/Winter 2020 Runways

From chain necklaces to dramatic earrings, these were the cool accessories on the Fall Winter 2020 runways.
Chains
As seen at: Off-White   This hardware-cross-fashionable accessory was all the rage on the runway this season. From classic gold and silver chain necklaces and earrings to big playful colourful layered ones at brands like Off-White, this trend sees no stepping down from the hype it gained from street style stars last season.
As seen at: Phillip Plein 
As seen at: Sacai
As seen at: Y Project 
As seen at: Mark Fast
As seen at: Marco Rambaldi
As seen at: Mame Kurogouchi Dangling Crystal Earrings
As seen at: Louis Vuitton   If you’re one who loves statement earrings, this is the trend for you. From tiny chandeliers at Louis Vuitton to strings of crystals at Gucci, statement earrings this season were sparkly and dangling.
As seen at: Gucci
As seen at: Vivienne Westwood
As seen at: Chloe Single-side Earrings
As seen at: Balmain   A pair of giant statement earrings might seem a bit much at times, so fashion houses like Balmain and Givenchy have gone with just one side of these earrings. These babies truly take the asymmetrical trend to the next level. If you’re uncomfortable with doing away with such a big earring, try it out first with smaller earrings in your jewellery box. Who knows? It might just be your next jewellery obsession.
As seen at: Givenchy
As seen at: Phillip Plein Functional Accessories
As seen at: Fendi   Fendi created earrings with pens hanging off them, Tom Ford had the phone case strap. Last season saw the rise of mini functional accessories – thanks to the airpods – and this season sees no different. These accessories are both functional and pretty, and make a good add to your wardrobe for when you don’t want to have to carry a bag along with you.
As seen at: Prada 
As seen at: Lacoste
As seen at: Brandon Maxwell
As seen at: Tom Ford Hairbands
As seen at : Rokh    Whether channelling preppy or punk vibes, there was a hairband for every girl this season. While no puffy hairbands were spotted on the runway, this season saw some adorned bows, spikes and crystals.
As seen at: Giambattista Valli
As seen at: Erdem
As seen at: Gucci
As seen at: Phillip Plein
As seen at: Prada  Pearls
As seen at: Sacai   From classic to baroque pearls, understated jewellery is still a popular favourite amongst fashion houses. This season, peep the mixing of hardware chains with pearls at Marco Rambaldi and Sacai, or the quirky stringing together of multiple chains at Yuhan Wang.
As seen at: Marco Rambaldi
As seen at: Chanel
As seen at: Yuhan Wang