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Le­banese de­signer Dina Ka­mal is known for her jew­ellery’s beige hues. Us­ing brushed, tex­tured and pol­ished gold, she had been busy giv­ing signet and pinky rings a con­tem­po­rary makeover. This time, she has turned her at­ten­tion to the ears: the new col­lec­tions for her DK01 line are a se­ries of hoop ear­rings – Tribal and Labyrinth. “I’ve al­ways been fas­ci­nated by the Greek story of the Labyrinth, cre­ated by Daedalus, and the Mino­taur: the part man part bull, who dwelt in the cen­tre of the Labyrinth. As a struc­ture, it is con­cep­tu­ally and phys­i­cally very com­pelling!” she says. The Beirut-based de­signer chose a special degra­da­tion of colour and black­en­ing tech­nique for the Labyrinth ear­rings to bring at­ten­tion to light and shadow within the cir­cles. A nat­u­ral princess-cut white di­a­mond, set in the cen­tre, ac­cents the black­ened beige gold hoops. The Tribal hoops in 18-karat brushed beige gold is also avail­able in ver­sions set with brilliant-cut di­a­monds, ac­cented with black di­a­monds and black­ened brushed gold as well as plain gold. Time to script a per­sonal hoop story.

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