"Jewellery has always flirted with circular shapes, especially for use in making earrings. The most classic models are the slave and creole styles in gold hoops.
If the name brings to the mind the decorative traditions of the women of colour who were brought to the southern Unites States during the slave trade, the latest interpretation is pure freedom. Colored stones, symbolic pendants and multiple spheres. And the evolution goes on."
Anna Bassi, Vogue Gioiello n. 109, March 2010
So in the interest of keeping you abreast in all that is white entitlement-chic, I present to you Vogue Italia's top five fashion swank, as told to me by the cousin-brother-sister-uncle of the guy, who mops the floors late night at the magazine's main office:
The November 2011 issue of Vogue Italia, follows the trend of what they call Yellow Star-Couture.
Back in the day the yellow star, inscribed with the word "Jude," has become a symbol of Nazi persecution. But today, nothing symbolizes free from persecution more than the yellow star pinned to a red Robert Rodriquez tie neck blouse, which you can only matched with a pair of cream-colored of Alexander Wang Wrap Front Cropped Pants. True fashionistas know not to be caught dead at a Nazi death camp without it.
If you are looking for the punchline, actually there is none.