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Ccchu Necklaces
Hong Kong-based designers create ornamental statement pieces with pompoms and tassels
by Paula Rezende
on 14 October 2011
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The husband-and-wife team behind the eco-friendly clothing line Ccchu, Ching Ching and Michael Chu, continue their exploration of what they describe on their Facebook page as "alternative ways of designing" with their recent collection of statement necklaces.

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The limited series of unique necklaces combines brightly-colored pompoms with massive tassels for a variety of bold pieces for those looking to make a statement. Their pièce de résistance, however, has to be the front-and-back necklace that fits around the bodice like a delicate harness, held together with a fine steel cable. But one crucial element of Ccchu's appeal lies in how each of the adventurous strands is still easy to wear, and versatile enough for many different wardrobe styles.

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Based in Hong Kong, Ccchu jewelry sells online through London's Darkroom store for £100-300 (about $171-480).

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