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Editor-in-Chief Lisa Tant’s Top 10

The Season's Best Earrings

Editor-in-Chief Lisa Tant’s Top 10
The Season’s Best Earrings

For the longest time, it seemed that the only cool earrings were hoops or plain studs. How earrings fell out of favour has always been a mystery to jewelry lovers. Me, for example! For spring, stunning intricate earrings showed up in most collections – a sign of more to come in the coming seasons. My top picks highlight how these gorgeous baubles add personality to your look.

Andrew Gn


 
Andrew Gn


Andrew Gn

Head-to-toe, this embellished ensemble screams over kill!! So how come I love it so much? It’s the simplicity of colours and singular type of stone that makes the whole outfit shine.

Anne Demeulemeester


 
Anne Demeulemeester


Anne Demeulemeester

Minimalists will take a shine to these graphic mix of bars and disks.

Marni


 
Marni


Marni

I love Marni’s accessories – the unexpected colour and material mix – but don’t take this combination off the runway. Lose the sunglasses and pick either the earrings or necklace – never pile on more than one major piece.

Marc Jacobs


 
Marc Jacobs


Marc Jacobs

A curtain of fringe sweeps your shoulders – just make sure to wear your hair back or it could look like a bad case of highlights.

Proenza Schouler


 
Proenza Schouler


Proenza Schouler

If you love earrings – but not the newest door knockers or chandeliers – try this more modest sculpted pair that still make a statement.

Ralph Lauren


 
Ralph Lauren


Ralph Lauren

Love love love these multi-hued gem sparklers. They look gorgeous with sumptuous gold but just imagine how hot they’d be with jeans and heels.

Vivienne Westwood Red Label


 
Vivienne Westwood Red Label


Vivienne Westwood Red Label

Most spring earrings are intricate and bejewelled. These sculpted commas are a refreshing graphic change for 80s inspired ladies.

Louis Vuitton


 
Louis Vuitton


Louis Vuitton

In-your-face accessories littered Vuitton’s runway but editors quickly bookmarked every single piece. This tribal feel – via the Jazz Age in Paris – was the season’s breathtaking highlight.

Zac Posen


 
Zac Posen


Zac Posen

Eighties fist-pumping glam rock chicks will love these silver danglers – not to mention the big hair!

Lanvin


 
Lanvin


Lanvin

I adore Alber Elbaz for bringing necklaces and earrings back on to the fashion stage several seasons ago. His delicate yet opulent pieces – think traditional stones in fresh new shapes and materials – have single-handedly revived our love of pretty extras.

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