Don’t Match Your Earrings

Forget symmetry — it’s time to have some fun 

Earrings, by Chaumet
28 Aug 2015

Earrings, by Chaumet

Earrings, by Ryan Storer from On Pedder
28 Aug 2015

Earrings, by Ryan Storer from On Pedder

Soie Dior earrings, by Dior
28 Aug 2015

Soie Dior earrings, by Dior

Earrings, by Piaget
28 Aug 2015

Earrings, by Piaget

Earrings, by Loewe
28 Aug 2015

Earrings, by Loewe

Earrings, by Dior
28 Aug 2015

Earrings, by Dior

Earrings, by Katie Rowland from On Pedder
28 Aug 2015

Earrings, by Katie Rowland from On Pedder

Earrings, by Céline
28 Aug 2015

Earrings, by Céline

Earrings, by Bulgari
28 Aug 2015

Earrings, by Bulgari

Loewe
28 Aug 2015

Loewe

Céline
28 Aug 2015

Céline

Fashion is embracing the quirky appeal of perfectly unsymmetrical earrings, from dramatic pairings such as the ear-cuff-and-stud combination, to a more discreet variant of using contrasting jewels.

Dior Joaillerie, in particular, has an extensive range of mismatched earrings right now - not surprising as designer Victoire de Castellane  often “plays” with rare stones as if they were costume jewellery.

There are also modern, versatile duos that can be part of your daily jewellery rotation. Chaumet’s spider-and-bee earring set, for one, would work with the strictest of office dress codes. We think it might be a particularly fun, little act of defiance that’s barely noticeable because of its petite size. Click through for more.

Photo: Ealbert Ho

Art direction: Karen Chng

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