AMBUSH has released a slew of new jewelry to update any accessory wardrobe this season, utilizing several playful trinkets and charms throughout the range of sterling-silver pieces. The brand’s latest line-up encompasses various necklaces, rings and even earrings, with quirky icons like cats, pills, flames and more serving as leading embellishments.
Many of the standout styles recall the label’s ’80s-inspired Spring/Summer 2020 lookbook, which was accented with neon lights, metallics and futuristic backdrops. Items like the Armor Ring and the Flame Necklace lend a nod to the retro SS20 imagery, while simultaneously referencing action and sci-fi films such as Drive and Blade Runner. For a more lighthearted take, AMBUSH has adorned one of the chains with a chunky black cat charm, giving the miniature feline a logo-emblazoned helmet to add a hit of branding.
To offer a more sculptural option, the label’s Tape Ring features an overlapping silhouette and ridged surface that brings in a textured aesthetic. Meanwhile, AMBUSH founders Yoon Ahn and Verbal pay homage to their home of Japan through the Ofuda necklace, which is embossed with both Kanji and English renditions of the brand’s logo. A pill-shaped charm necklace and matching earring round out the selection with more tongue-in-cheek designs.
AMBUSH’s sterling-silver jewelry is priced at $421 USD for the Pill-Charm Necklace, Pill-Charm Earring and Tape Ring, $489 USD for the Ofuda Necklace, $520 USD for the Flame Necklace, $595 USD for the Cat-Charm Necklace and $731 USD for the Armor Ring. All styles are available to shop now from select retailers, including MatchesFashion’s webstore.
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