Classic with an edgy twist, these pearl earrings were designed by London-based Tessa Packard jewellery for Dutch jeweller House of Eléonor and are the perfect way to add a touch of everyday luxe to your wardrobe. The earrings are set with a 0.3ct fancy vivid pink diamond and feature two South Sea pearls encased between 18ct gold petals to form a pod-like silhouette, inspired by the orchids found in Papua New Guinea. Tessa Packard is renowned for her eclectic jewels, which include the Fat Free collection inspired by pop art and retro sweets. The House of Eléonore is an Amsterdam-based jeweller, set up by 25-year-old entrepreneur Bernd Damme, that sells a range of bespoke, ready-to-wear and customisable pieces. The new business, which specialises in rare coloured diamonds with an emphasis on ethical sourcing, has already won the support of the famous Royal Asscher jewellery house.