Story time

MIlk Tooth LDN Perdue Range Gold Earrings


The concept for the Perdue collection imagines an abandoned theme park discovered in the forgotten corners of the grounds of Palace Versailles. The range draws inspiration from surreal and gordy disbanded fairgrounds around the world, interpreted through a luxe lens.

To help bring our concept to life, we enlisted the skills of Camilo Medina. The work of the Chicago-based artist, is akin to a surrealist acid trip, whilst his graphics are designed with precision and skill; a match made in collaborative heaven.

Milk Tooth LDN Duck Earrings

Playful but edgy motifs play a significant part across the range; a twisted Cupid
features, as do distinctively skewed cartoon duck faces, flaming carousel horses and kissing swans, evocative of an old love boat ride.

Imagine what the discovery of an abandoned amusement park might have looked liked in a parallel world where time and date doesn't limit cultural scope; that’s ‘Perdue’.

Playing on the contrast between high and low brow design, with a dash of counter culture, slacker art, bootleg toys and character design, our ambition is that it all translates into a high end look and feel with a sense of humour to boot.

Milk Tooth LDN Gold swan earrings
When designing, we began to imagine fantastical worlds and undiscovered treasure in far off places. That provided starting inspiration for the new collection, and then the events of the last couple of years just heightened our lust for such escapism, yearning for travel or feelings of wanderlust.

To bring our ideas to life, we worked with Camilo. We love his take on bootleg art and wonky interpretations of normally sugary sweet characters – his ideas of mashing these things together with the added perfection of Baroque opulence was exactly the aesthetic we wanted with Perdue.

Milk Tooth LDN Gold Swan earrings


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Let us pen your love note

Love note

Welcome to the month of love. Self-love, pal-love, partner-love, world-love; we’ll take it all.
And we like to keep it real in the process. So if we’re lucky enough for you to chose a shiny pair of Milk Tooth earrings this month, why not ask us for a love note too?
Simply email us your message and we’ll hand write your precious words within a rather cute personalised love letter, for free. 
And if you’re feeling uninspired or just fancy some props to self, no problem. Let us know you’re after a lucky dip love note, and we’d be delighted to write to you directly. 
How lovely. Let the romance reign! 
Will you be my Valentine?

The unique shops you need to discover

 The unique shops you need to discover

We're driven by a lust for unique accessories - oh, and quirky homeware, as well as any sort of spectacular trinket! We have a long history of this dedication to tracking down those coveted items and as such, we've become rather good at it (if we don't say so ourselves). In this blog, we'll share some of the brilliant stores where we're lucky enough to have been stocked – and let you know why their shopping experiences definitely deserve your attention...

Starting off slap bang in the centre of the UK's capital, Bonds, Kings Cross is a brilliant concept store that houses the coolest of slick & simple lifestyle gems, alongside being a working Lab where Earl of East scents are produced and you can even book a session to create your own fragrance. Housed within London's Coal Drops Yard, the location is well worth a visit for the epic Heatherwick Studio led architecture alone, which revives two heritage rail buildings in spectacular fashion.

When you're in south London, make sure you check out Circus in Brixton Market - for all your mid-century lusts, mixed with eclectic jewellery and vintage keep sakes. And allow some time to grab a cocktail and some jerk chicken from their plentiful neighbours whilst you're there too. Or if north London is more your thing, The Wearer in Angel is a teeny but fascinating Aladdin's Cave of the best jewellery designers. Clearly after our own heart, they claim to stock jewellery with personality - and we most definitely agree.

Jumping up to Scotland, have you heard about Oh Hello Vintage in Dundee by the maverick stylist that is Honey Pop Kisses? The store decor is Wes Anderson inspired and the stock is a great mix of vintage and independent fashion and lifestyle designers.

Heading south, we're delighted to feature amongst the greats at The Hepworth gallery (in their shop rather than on the walls, sadly ;) in Wakefield. Another epic building, the gallery is a gem of the UK and features the best exhibitions of international modern and contemporary art. Definitely worth a trip!

Jumping down to the south coast, Mutrend Lab in Southampton is a forward-thinking collaborative space. Run as a social enterprise start-up, it features a lovely array of independent designers or ethical brands, and handcrafted or upcycled vintage items. Further east, Peculiar Vintage in Brighton is a must visit destination for jewellery enthusiasts. Dedicated to jewellery with soul, it houses owner Stef Warde’s own pieces, alongside curated guest designers, including ourselves. We challenge you to try to not get excited by the visual delights as you step through their doorway…

Not to forget, we also love to discover distinctive gems online of course. For all your gifting needs check out the treasure trove that is My Shining Armour, or if brightly coloured dress are more your thang, find us alongside a serious quota of patterns and textures at Studio B

And of course all these delightful shopping adventures will be far more fabulous whilst feeling immense rocking a great pair of earrings (official fact), so make sure you browse our designs, right here.