Anne Curtis looks great in green

4:08 am | Friday, December 21st, 2012

THE SM Accessories Emerald Empire collection is inspired by young stylish women like Anne Curtis.

Fashion is literally going green, with hunter green and deep forest hues as one of the biggest trends of Fall 2012, and emerald green emerging as the color of the coming year.

At this year’s Oscars, Angelina Jolie, Mila Kunis and Catherine Zeta Jones boldly wore emerald-green gowns on the red carpet.  Green also anchored the spring 2013 collections of Tracy Reese, Jil Sander, Valentino, Akris and Dolce & Gabbana.

Green, after all, is the color of the world’s most majestic jewel.  It is powerful, grounded and rich. And while it speaks to the nostalgia of yesteryears, it is also the hue of spring, of hope for tomorrow.

It’s not surprising that SM Accessories embraces the green trend with its Emerald Empire collection. And the empire strikes back with elegant earrings, necklaces and bangles and statement clutches, as well as glam scarves and belts.

Today’s young women of style, like SM Accessories endorser Anne Curtis, are the inspiration for the Emerald Empire collection. These women are confident, creative and enjoy a lot of fashion fun. Glam yet grounded, they are aware of the power of accessories and how these can transform their everyday clothes into stunning statements.

The SM Accessories Emerald Empire Collection is available at all SM stores.

Tags: Anne Curtis , Celebrities , fashion , Lifestyle

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