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The Latest Heart-Shaped Jewelry Is Creative and Modern, Like These Earrings Worn by Katy Perry

Hearts aren’t just for Valentine’s Day anymore.c

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Katy Perry at the 2021 Biden-Harris Inauguration
Katy Perry at the 2021 Biden-Harris Inauguration singing the finale song and wearing 18-carat heart-shaped earrings by Rahaminov Diamonds. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

JEWELRY DESIGNERS have been crushing on hearts for the past few years. Once thought of as cliché, girlishly sweet or only associated with Valentine’s Day, modern takes on the heart motif evoke a chic, elegant vibe, and they work for both everyday wear and an evening out. While we don’t have the usual red-carpet events to give us inspiration, we still have celebrities making trend-worthy statements, like Katy Perry singing the final song at the 2021 Biden-Harris inauguration wearing 18K white gold heart-shaped diamond earrings by Rahaminov Diamonds.

Nakard  Enameled earrings with rainbow moonstone in sterling silver with black rhodium finish.

Nakard

Enameled earrings with rainbow moonstone in sterling silver with black rhodium finish.

nakarmstrong.com

$475

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Retrouvai  Rubellite heirloom bezel set earrings (2.78 TCW).

Retrouvai

Rubellite heirloom bezel set earrings (2.78 TCW).

retrouvai.com

$2,580

Jessica McCormack  Handcrafted earrings in blackened 18K white and yellow gold with diamonds (approx. 0.60 TCW).

Jessica McCormack

Handcrafted earrings in blackened 18K white and yellow gold with diamonds (approx. 0.60 TCW).

jessicamccormack.com

Price on request

Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.

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