Versace versus logo hoop earrings on a trademark baroque background

Versace Hoop Earrings Are EDM AF

Versace released gold hoop earrings for the summer of 2018, all with the signature logo proudly displayed.

Gianni Versace was living in Miami before he tragically died young before he tragically died young. But he did have the time and money to enjoy the 90’s house music scene in Miami, if he did go to nightclubs a lot with his boyfriend like they imply in the historical records. Miami is an EDM capital, and homosexuals invented house music, so that makes Versace EDM.

Actually the Versace Men’s SS19 show was influenced by rave glamour, which could be a tribute to their fallen founder’s love of house music and clubbing in designer clothes.

VERSACE VERSUS LOGO HOOP EARRINGS

The Versus Logo Hoop Earrings ($225) have the classic Versace Versus logo on them. It is reminiscent of a mashup track or a designer collaboration, cause of the versus.

VERSACaE VINTAGE LOGO HOOP EARRINGS

On the other hand, the Vintage Logo Hoop Earrings ($450) say Versace all the way around. You cannot see that from the profile side, but if you turn a little it becomes more obvious.

VERSACE BEADED LEATHER KNOT HOOP EARRINGS

The Beaded Leather Knot Hoop Earrings (On sale for $487) are not new exactly, but they are almost 50% off right now. They have lavender or yellow leather hoop earrings as well.

To shop the entire fashion jewelry collection, including the gold hoop earrings, visit the official Versace website. The also have matching logo necklaces, bracelets and rings.

You can help end gun violence by purchasing the Lipstick Lobby beauty products. Versace just dropped acetate cat eye sunglasses in several of their iconic patterns.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.