But it’s Reed’s other new collaborative release which I am fawning over.
Reed’s designs are gender-fluid and this jewellery collection is no different.
Free from the constraints of gender conformity, the Harris Reed x Missoma offering embodies an old-timey aesthetic which oozes opulence.
Featuring 49 demi-fine pieces and 15 fine jewellery pieces, there’s no shortage of standout designs.
Shop some of my favourite pieces below
Harris Reed x Missoma is a regal Baroque style aesthetic meets modern day freedom of expression.
Featuring black, white, silver and gold accents, along with charms in the shape of moons, stars, daggers and serpents, the collection is the perfect mix of delicate and statement pieces.
The collaborative collection features charm earrings, gemstone rings, pendant necklaces and a selection of bracelets in 18ct gold plated.
The collaboration is also considerate of sustainability and ethical concerns.
Missoma’s pieces have become highly covetable when worn layered over one another.
Therefore, it’s no surprise that this new collection heavily features designs which look flawless when layered.
Earrings, bracelets and rings seamlessly work when worn layered.
I’ve been layering these three necklaces for a relaxed and classic look.
In terms of earrings, I’ve been favouring the collection’s offering of single earrings which feature ornate charms.
The Handpicked Pearl Single Earring quite literally consists of a small hoop earring attached to an 18ct gold plated hand reaching out to grab a Baroque Pearl.
These charm earrings are great to pair with one another on the same earlobe and perfectly embody Missoma’s bohemian chic appeal.
Alternatively, if you love the collection’s quirky motifs but want a more understated look, there’s an array of stud earrings featuring celestial and serpent designs also available.
One design from the collection which is hard to forget is the Labradorite Cocktail Ring.
The Symbols of Change Bracelet incorporates many key charms, such as the moon and star motifs.
The piece also includes a bespoke butterfly charm which acts as a symbol of duality, a core theme of the collective endeavour.
But if you are looking to spend more, the Harris Reed x Missoma Fine collection uses 14ct recycled solid gold.
Designs include serpent rings embossed with diamonds and celestial themed earrings finished with pearls, to name a few. The good news is that if you’re sticking to a fashion jewellery budget, most of the fine jewellery designs also appear in demi-fine versions.
Which pieces from this hotly anticipated collaboration are you eyeing up?
Do you hope this joint undertaking will be the first of many?