Second Base with CLUB BY FYR
CLUB : klʌb/noun: For Ring / Circle/ Group of beings connected by their similarities & differences; creating a state of universal unification - a whole.
Once again the Parisian-Egyptian jewelry label founded by Farah Radwan, reinvents the way we self-proclaim. Introducing their newest collection Second Base, focused on love, freedom and self-expression.
As part of an innovative approach CLUB BY FYR introduced three new mediums to their collection rooted in self-expression and strength.
MIRRORS as seen in the Sky Long Necklace and Sky Charm.
Cult favorite material the ONYX stone, said to have physical and mental shielding properties according to Ancient Egyptians.
The collection is made of 18K Gold and 925 sterling silver - ensuring that Second Base lasts forever.
The collection incorporates male pieces, as well as gender fluid pieces from chains to ear-cuffs, bracelets and rings. Second Base is an extension from First Base - carrying the same versatility but with a more androgynous twist in order to expand CLUB BY FYR ‘s audience.
For CLUB BY FYR versatility is essential in self expression, that’s why a lot of their pieces are designed to be multifunctional and stackable.
The Sky Long Necklace’s pendant features two distinct sides, stone and mirror.
The Slim Plate Chain is essentially a choker that would easily double as a bracelet, this design can also be personalized with an engraving.
The Mazāl Hoop earrings can be worn on their own or with the removable square dangling embellishment.
The White Base Chain is a modern reinvention on the classic Figaro Chain worn by Egyptian men over the years, CLUB BY FYR offers an even more personalized twist with the incorporation of Mother of Pearl.
The Crush Necklace features dual typography with the Arabic phrase "bel hob" on it, which is then translated into French "par amour" on the other side. Utilizing the languages that help form CLUB’s DNA, with an identity designed in Paris and handcrafted in Cairo.
The Second Base collection is also heavily featured in up and coming French Algerian singer Lolo Zouaï’s music video, JADE as well as the music videos for her album High highs to Low lows.