From the architectural to the ABSTRACT, the season brings back bold and heavyweight baubles from the early 80s as a STATEMENT piece for minimalist spring ensembles.
Blame it on J.W. Anderson’s moon face earrings for instilling in the fashion industry our current obsession with overweight, oversized, and overdramatic pieces of gold hanging from our ears. Best accompanied by a stripped-back ensemble, nominal make-up, and sumptuous fabrics, they’re here to make a statement on days where minimalism should feel luxurious yet effortless.
Take cues from the runway and choose those that dust your shoulders. At Delpozo models walked down in tight buns and coloured sequin earrings inspired by artist Soo Sunny Park’s vivid hanging sculptures out of iridescent plexiglass. Proenza Schouler’s were similarly architectural, while Topshop Unique showed silver versions with pops of colour. British designer J.W. Anderson was the real MVP, placing elongated fit-and-flare silhouettes alongside mismatched dangly earrings that were picked up by bloggers and editors alike at fashion month. For timeless appeal, look no further than Sophie Buhai, an interior designer and art curator whose sculptural heavy silhouettes are a perfect fit for the new season.
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