For Villã, the use of simple and good quality earrings is a symbol of elegance, building a balance between the subtle and the beautiful. This week we want to talk to you about this accessory that has been used since the beginning of time and that, despite not having changed much, has obtained very different meanings over the centuries.


The use of earrings goes back to Ancient Egypt, these hoops were placed through their ears and with which they sought to attract attention.

At the beginning of its existence, the jewels were attributed a certain healing power, they were used as an amulet and a protective element. Worn by both men and women, without distinction. They represented the social scale to which each one belonged and also used it as an insignia.

It was also common for them to be used around love and eroticism, thus making you "tied" to the one who gave it to you.

jewelry, earrings, fashion, woman The most sophisticated were found in Greece . Tiny representations of unmatched delicacy and fragility. During the Renaissance they underwent an important change, their beauty was enhanced with precious stones, pearls and bright colors. The earrings have never lost their meaning as an amulet, protector and even magic.

With the passage of time these have evolved, they have been used as a protest element and as a symbol of social and cultural groups. Today both the earrings and the rest of the jewelry are combined in a thousand ways and used by everyone. On many occasions as a means of expression and distinction.

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In the cinema, the costumes of the actors are very relevant, and that is why on many occasions jewelry has been used at key moments, which have marked scenes and have been engraved on our retinas forever. They are used to call attention, express or refer to something.

The diamonds of 'Gentlemen Prefer Blondes' (Howard Hawks, 1953)

It was one of the 10 highest grossing films of that year, and is one of the most remembered in Marilyn Monroe's career for the musical number ' Diamonds Are Girl's Best Friend ', which has later been imitated or referenced by other artists such as Madonna. in 'Material Girl', or Nicole Kidman in 'Moulin Rouge'.

Originally, the actress was going to be dressed with a velvet band and precious stones simulating a diamond necklace, which was finally discarded. They opted for the iconic pink silk dress and as accessories a diamond choker, two bracelets and a ring with a diamond.

Years later, Marilyn was asked if the statement that "Diamonds are a woman's best friend" was true, to which she replied no. Large and extravagant jewels have been seen throughout the history of cinema as a symbol of exaltation of women, and we all know that we do not need an imposing jewel to make ourselves seen, we need what makes us feel comfortable and beautiful in our own skin. .

That's why we believe that the iconic Marilyn only needs our Golden Lining , made with 18k gold to shine.

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The ruby ​​necklace from 'Pretty Woman' (Garry Marshall, 1990)

This necklace, made up of 23 pear-shaped rubies and surrounded by heart-shaped diamonds, was created by the FRED brand to be worn by Julia Roberts at the height of her character's transformation.

Since they designed and created these pieces for the film and they had such importance and repercussions, the brand has maintained the collection they called 'Pretty Woman'.

What would we wear to accompany that wonderful Valentino-inspired red dress? Undoubtedly our favorite earrings, the Golden V: Edited , elegant and discreet that would go perfectly with the striking necklace.

  • FUN FACT: After more than 30 years of the film that marked a before and after, the House has launched a whole collection of pieces with the same characteristics. Emma Roberts, who is the niece of the leading actress, has been chosen as the image of this advertising campaign. julia roberts, cinema, movie, jewelry, fashion, earrings, actress

These are other examples of jewels that have made history:

  • The diamond necklace from ' Moulin Rouge ' (Baz Luhrmann, 2001)
  • The pearl and diamond necklace from 'Breakfast at Tiffany's' (Blake Edwards, 1961)
  • 'B' necklace from 'The Boleyn Sisters' (Justin Chadwick, 2008)
  • The earring from 'The Girl with a Pearl Earring' (Peter Webber, 2003)
  • The engagement ring from 'Sex and the City 2' (Michael Patrick King, 2010)


Julianne Moore in ' After the Wedding ', wearing Chopard signature designs.

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A drama film that was released in 2019, and in it the actress represents Theresa, a powerful, successful businesswoman with a strong personality.

The jewels used by her throughout the film acquire an indisputable presence, in a very appropriate way.

The same firm has also adorned and characterized clothing such as that of Ana de Armas in ' No Time to Die ', the latest 007 movie. And characters like those played in the Netflix movie 'Rebecca', by Lily James, Keeley Hawes and Armie Hammer.


We are a reflection of how we feel internally and what we want to show others, fashion has always been one of the greatest methods of expression and distinction.

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At Villã we believe in the sentimental value of the clothes and accessories that accompany us, the jewels of mom or grandmother that we keep with love and wear on special occasions. These move us, for having inherited them or for being a gift that those who love us the most have chosen for us. That is why we make our jewelry with the best materials, so that they last and pass from generation to generation.

We want to accompany you.