DeTails: lAyErinG With MpnT EarrinGs

Words by Rosie Dalton
Photography by Victoria Zschommler

L-R: Desi Front Baali Earring available from My Chameleon , Pavé Crystal Baali, Spike Earring, and Baali Stud, all in rose gold by mPnT

Designed by Australian stylist Megha Kapoor, MPNT earrings are versatile enough to be worn as single statement pieces or traditional pairs. Pronounced M-Point, the brand’s sculptural offerings are available in rose gold, yellow gold and silver. This reflects a tendency to mix metals, which exists at the core of the brand for Kapoor — who believes that the way we wear jewellery can and should stand as a testament to our personal style.

“I love mixing metals and I personally don’t live by any hard and fast rules,” Kapoor explains when speaking with On the Collar. “But when I was assisting at Vogue I learned about a lot of traditional rules around jewellery. I have always found it interesting that the cycles for fashion fluctuate [all the time], but jewellery is a far longer process. I suppose because the investment is usually quite a bit higher.”

What this alludes to is the fact that fine jewellery also carries an essential sense of timelessness — and timeless style with an individual twist is what we’re all about at OTC. So with this in mind then, we’re feeling particularly inspired to make jewellery our own right now. To layer up our earrings, mix our metals and create a personal style signature that people will remember us for. All with a little help from brands like MPNT, of course.

Designed by Australian stylist Megha Kapoor, MPNT earrings are versatile enough to be worn as single statement pieces or traditional pairs. Pronounced M-Point, the brand’s sculptural offerings are available in rose gold, yellow gold and silver. This reflects a tendency to mix metals, which exists at the core of the brand for Kapoor — who believes that the way we wear jewellery can and should stand as a testament to our personal style.

“I love mixing metals and I personally don’t live by any hard and fast rules,” Kapoor explains when speaking with On the Collar. “But when I was assisting at Vogue I learned about a lot of traditional rules around jewellery. I have always found it interesting that the cycles for fashion fluctuate [all the time], but jewellery is a far longer process. I suppose because the investment is usually quite a bit higher.”

What this alludes to is the fact that fine jewellery also carries an essential sense of timelessness — and timeless style with an individual twist is what we’re all about at OTC. So with this in mind then, we’re feeling particularly inspired to make jewellery our own right now. To layer up our earrings, mix our metals and create a personal style signature that people will remember us for. All with a little help from brands like MPNT, of course.

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