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Judge the Jewels: Katy Perry Nails Sustainable Glamour in Anabela Chan Earrings

Statement earrings are having a major moment, and these sizable stunners are certainly that.

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The sighting: Singer Katy Perry performed at the recent VinFuture Prize Ceremony, an award that honors inventors and academic researchers. Perry chose a dramatic flowing lilac gown and Anabela Chan earrings for the performance.

The jewels: Perry is wearing Anabela Chan’s Diamond Supernova earrings. The dramatic statement earrings are 18K white gold with rhodium vermeil and feature 46 ivory cultured pearls, 2 pear cut white sapphires, 18 custom shield-cut simulated diamond briolette drops, and 238 round, oval, and pear-cut simulated white diamonds.

As with all of Anabela Chan’s designs, the earrings feature only lab-grown and created gemstones. The style is listed on the designer’s website for $5,166.

The trends: Statement earrings are having a major moment, and these sizable stunners are certainly that. Their use of atypical materials (lab grown and created gemstones) is also very on trend for sustainability.

What do we think? I love this for two reasons. The first is simple: these earrings are spectacular and their over-the-top glamour is a perfect match for Perry’s flowing gown.

The second reason is that the earrings match the theme of the event! Anabela Chan prides themselves on being “the first fine jewellery brand in the world to champion laboratory-grown and created gemstones with high jewellery design, artisanal craftsmanship and a focus on ethical and sustainable innovations.”

I can’t think of a more appropriate choice to accessorize a performance at an awards ceremony for scientific innovation, can you?

Judgement: 18/10 for appropriate and gorgeous earrings that I covet immensely.

What do YOU think?

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