Our Hypatia Earrings Featured in Glitch Magazine: A Tale of Siren Unfolds

Dreaming of becoming a mermaid as a child, this great news touched us on a whole different level. We are delighted to announce that our exquisite Hypatia Earrings with freshwater pearls have been featured in Glitch Magazine for their Siren Mermaid Core photo shoot. This feature marks an exciting convergence of mythology and craftsmanship, perfectly aligning with ASSUWA's core inspiration drawn from the sea, Mediterranean and Aegean mythology.

Siren Mermaid Core

The editorial photo shoot in Glitch Magazine centred around sirens—a fascinating mythological creature that inspired people for centuries, and has been portrayed in art, and literature throughout history. Just as sirens were enchanting sea creatures, the Hypatia Earrings carry the spirit of the sea. 

“The mermaid siren culture is inspired by the mythological creatures that have fascinated people for centuries, and have been depicted in art, literature, and folklore throughout history. This culture is characterized by the use of flowing, iridescent fabrics and accessories, bold and intricate makeup, and an overall ethereal and mysterious aesthetic.” says, The Glitch Magazine.

ASSUWA's Hypatia Earrings, named after the legendary philosopher Hypatia, is a talisman that weaves the essence of wisdom and beauty. The elegant pearls adorning the earrings symbolise sea, purity and sophistication. In the context of the sirens, the pearls evoke the deep, enchanting allure of the ocean.

This editorial photo shoot is in alignment with ASSUWA's vision to blend historical narratives and artistic craftsmanship. As ASSUWA continues to broaden creative horizons, we invite all lovers of art, history, and mythology to embrace and explore our timeless creations.

Unfold Hypatia’s story.

To explore more of our creations and dive into the fascinating world of ASSUWA, visit our shop and discover jewellery that whispers ancient stories.

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