Piece of the Week: Kavant & Sharart’s ‘Twist’ Ring
With a simple swivel, this on-trend gemstone ring goes from east-west to north-south and back again.
Whether it was an earring that converts from a simple stud to a statement piece or a bracelet that could be flipped from an all-diamond to an all-metal look, many designers and brands were partaking in the trend.
With Kavant & Sharart’s Twist collection, the Bangkok-based brand is providing two looks in one.
When co-founder Shar-linn Liew couldn’t decide on the orientation of a gemstone ring, her husband created a mechanism to allow the wearer to enjoy it both ways.
We love the idea, because who wants to have to choose?
With a simple swivel, this week’s Piece of the Week multi-gem ring goes from east-west to north-south and back again.
See both looks below.
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