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Pamela Love Designs An Earring Necklace, And More Things We Love

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    Real love is hard to find and even harder to give up. But we're not ready to let go of Pamela Love just yet. From her collection for Topshop earlier this year to her first resort line, Love continues to convince us to make room in our jewelry box(es) for a few more statement pieces. Her spring '12 collection is no exception and draws on Eastern and Western influences, combining designs inspired by traditional Moroccan architecture and symbolic styles from North African Berber tribes, with bold Western forms. Created from a palette composed of brightly colored, semi-precious stones such as malachite, red jasper, lapis, turquoise, chrysophase, and amethyst, Love also introduces materials including black diamonds and wood to complement her unique perspective. True to her distinctive vision, Love's spring '12 collection showcases a necklace that is an earring, or is it an earring that's a necklace? All we know is that it looks amazing on, whether we're willing to try the look or not.

    Click through for shots of Pamela and the Eastern-inspired looks!


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