Peace Out: We Spot a Pacifistic Trend

We're headed into a new, more positive Presidential administration and, also, the time of "Peace and Goodwill Toward Men (and Women)" is right around the corner. So it's of little surprise that we've got peace signs in our eyes. After seeing Alexa Chung rockin' a peace sign necklace during Fashion Week in September, we started to notice a major rise in pacifistic apparel and joined the Love In. After groovin' on Pade Vavra's hippie charms, we got the new '60s-inspired Barneys catalogue and totally tripped out. Our theory was officially confirmed: From jewelry to t-shirts, to… plates—peace is in, dude. All we are saying, is give it a chance.
Above, clockwise from left: A photo from Garance Doré; Alex & Chloe Mini Peace Sign Necklace, $38, available at Alex & Chloe; American Eagle Outfitters Peace Ring, $15.50, available at American Eagle Outfitters; Urban Outfitters Peace Sign T-shirt, $19.99, available at Urban Outfitters; Fornasetti Porcelain Wall Plate, $230, available at Barneys New York stores.
Above, clockwise from top left: Sophomore Peace T-shirt, $65, available at Shop Flick; Ileana Makri Pave Diamond Peace Necklace, $1,895, available at Barneys; Sophomore Peace T-shirt, $65, available at Shop Flick; Jonathan Adler Peace Hand, $225, available at Jonathan Adler; Urban Outfitters Peace on a Shoe String Necklace, $16, available at Urban Outfitters.

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