Watch & Jewellery
YOUR NEXT VIRAL SWERVE: MM6 Maison Margiela's Tag Earring
Text by Kee | Photos courtesy of Ssense
27.12.2019
This single earring is fashioned to be worn together with the faux backing
The gold-toned brass hoops are also removable from the backing
It retails for US$305 on Ssense.com
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Move over Off-White cable-ties and Palm Angels security tags! MM6 Maison Margiela has filed its own concept of tagging that’s already scoring double takes and blowing minds one earlobe wear at a time. It is fashioned after the plastic or paper backing that new earrings are often secured to at the point of purchase – this version is rendered in white or black calfskin leather – and it even includes the hoop earrings as part of its design blueprint. What’s more, the gold-toned brass hoops are removable, which means you can wear them individually without the backing on days when you’re not hoping to break the internet with your peculiar fashion ways. But where’s the fun in that?

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