Young, hip, famous, and fabulous – that’s Dylan Poblano and his jewelry. A self-defined minimalist/modernist, his marvelously creative work has been tapped for museum collections, and shown at New York’s Fashion Week.
His grandfather and mother started the family trend to innovate, and Dylan carries it even farther. These delightful earrings are carefully hand fabricated, with the artist’s characteristic wit.
A whimsical deconstruction of daisies or sunflowers (or asters, depending on the season), they feature center squares of glittering gold-colored druzies surrounded by lustrous sterling “petals”. The iridescent sparkles of the druzies flash points of different colors, according to the lighting.
Gaily curved squiggles of silver make each earring easy on the ear, as well as the eyes, since there is no heavy, solid mass of metal. Tailored enough for business wear, this intriguing design can be worn with gold, as well as silver, jewelry.
Want to move easily from office to a night out? To look flirty and feminine on the week-end? These earrings say museum-quality work can be serious fun!