Moonka Studio, 15 300 rub. © press service
The Perlina collection is the first such experience of the Russian brand Moonka Studio. In the process of creating the jewelry, large irregular pearls were used, which are called baroque. So, if you prefer more solid jewelry to delicate studs, you will surely find an option here to your liking. The jewelry looks more than intelligent, but at the same time it is clear that there is a young and interesting brand behind them. All items are made of 925 sterling silver, and apart from earrings, Moonka Studio also offers open rings, sautoirs and necklaces.
Timeless Pearly (Matches Fashion), 16 980 rub. © press service
Asymmetry is a powerful trend in itself, but pearls can enhance it: in the company of three miniature pearls, the jade disc looks very beautiful and unusual. It is impossible to imagine what kind of things this pair will not get along with, but we would recommend wearing it with outfits in bright colors, sustained in an oriental style.
Bjorg (TSUM), 27 550 rubles. © press service
In the past, the founder of the Norwegian brand Bjørg, Björg Nordli-Mathisen, was a textile designer, but her move to India prompted her to switch to jewelry making. Studs with the lyrical name "Face of the Moon" are an excellent decoration option for every day: they are miniature, light, but at the same time outstanding. In addition to baroque pearls, 925 sterling silver and 18-carat gold are used here.
Hermina Athens (TSUM), 7720 rubles. © press service
The brand is based in Athens, collaborates with local craftsmen, and seeks inspiration in the era of antiquity. Most of the pieces of jewelry are reminiscent of ancient Roman and Greek coins. The oversized single earring is one of the finest pieces in the Hermina Athens collection. This can be worn in tandem with the simplest gold carnation or on its own, without any accompaniment; it will complement well a blouse or dress made of coffee-colored silk.
Attico (Net-a-Porter), £ 172 © press office
Gilda Ambrosio and Georgina Tordini, the designers of Attico, which creates clothes, shoes and accessories for parties like the Great Gatsby, clearly show that pearl jewelry is not always associated with conservative looks and nostalgia for retro. These large, complex earrings are crowned with four pearls and are created for a dress embroidered with sequin scales or other fancy items.
Anita Berisha (Net-a-Porter), £ 100 © press office
With the Iceberg collection, the designer is trying to draw attention to the problem of melting glaciers and global warming - hence the jewelry that looks like pieces of ice. In addition to pearls, the jeweler used silver and quartz.
Lizzie Fortunato (Shopbop), 16 776 rubles. © press service
Baroque pearl earrings in color are not the most common option. They deserve a place of honor in the jewelry collection and will perfectly complement dresses and tops with an open shoulder line, as well as blouses made of translucent lace. Quite in the Baroque spirit.>