New styles have turned the accessory into a chic option, even during the winter months.
During Dior’s high jewelry presentation in June, a model walking down the stairs of the Villa Erba on Italy’s Lake Como wore two earrings, an ear cuff, a choker, two rings on each of her forefingers and, tied around her right ankle, a bouquet of diamond blossoms on a fabric strap.
“It was very much about using the body as a playground — from ear cuffs to anklets,” Victoire de Castellane, Dior Jewelry’s creative director, wrote in an email about the house’s newest collection, Les Jardins de la Couture.
Anklets have been a mainstay for centuries in
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