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It seems we’re living in a maelstrom of designer collaborations right now. Not that we're complaining.
The latest offering to turn our heads is the LIBERTINE by Giles Deacon jewellery range for QVC. There are two collections to choose from: “garden” and “golden scorpion.” The designer describes the vibe of each as “a mix of Edwardian eccentricity with punk attitude.”
In typical Giles Deacon fashion, this presents itself as a mass of gilt, twisted thorns and gold scorpions dangling ominously by fine metallic threads. The best part, though? The price. Every single piece rings in between £14 and £70. So, set your TiVo for March 10, when the collection goes on sale. And in the meantime, take to the comments to let us know which one(s) you have your eye on.
Photo: Courtesy of QVC
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