Don’t freak out. Actually, freak out a little. In 1978, the band Chic released a widely successful song called “Le Freak” that encouraged everyone, both young and old, to dance. In 1978, dancing, particularly at discoes like Studio 54, meant platforms, lights, and colors. The substantial bunches of crystal in these earrings encourage the transmission of light and color, projecting a rich variety of hues and shines at every angle. Orli says, “The facets are such that the colors have room to shine through each other, so there are always different colors emerging as the earrings move.”
Swarovski crystal, 14-karat gold-filled
Some say the Sixties and the Seventies were the best of times. Some say they were the not-the-best of times. Pretty much all say they were also the colorful of times. Dramatic change affected everything, from society and politics to music, art, and fashion. Social movements reflected the progressivism of a modernizing global society, cultural movements reflected youth rebelling against older ideas and styles, and lively, striking color exploded everywhere. Costume jewelry packed with bright hues and bold beads became pervasive, the more audacious, the better. Kaleidoscopic pays homage to this massive rush of peace, love, and style with high-voltage shades and shapes and a distinct combination of both vintage and modern lines.