Chanel Vocabulary of Style

Chanel Fine Jewellery presents part two of The Vocabulary of Style

WITH A myriad of ways to showcase and style your earrings, Chanel Fine Jewellery have returned to present the second part of The Vocabulary of Style. Centred around the fine jewellery collection with a heavy focus on earrings, the innovative campaign outlines the many different ways of styling jewellery pieces by exploring primary elements that epitomise Parisian-chic.

Comprising five defining categories inclusive of symmetry, accent, repetition, asymmetry and accumulation, the French fashion house encourages us to utilise these rules and uniquely decipher according to creativity and flair.

Symmetry

“Two identical earrings worn on each side: a conscious embrace of symmetry in pursuit of perfect equilibrium.”

Chanel Vocabulary of Style
Coco Crush earrings in gold and diamonds
Plume de Chanel earrings in gold, diamonds and pearls

Accent

“One large earring worn on just one side: style is a sizeable matter.”

Comète asymmetric earrings in gold and diamonds

Repetition 

“Boldly embrace asymmetry by wearing two earrings on the same side.”

Chanel Vocabulary of Style
Coco Crush earrings in gold and diamonds
Comète earrings in gold and diamonds

Asymmetry

“Showcase your earring by wearing it on just one side.”

Chanel Vocabulary of Style
Comète earrings in gold and diamonds

Accumulation 

“Mix, match and layer earrings on both sides. Any combination is a winning one.”

Chanel Vocabulary of Style
Coco Crush earrings in gold and diamonds, and Coco Crush asymmetric earrings in gold and diamonds
Comète earrings in gold and diamonds, and Ruban earrings in gold and diamonds

by Cara Jenkins

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