18 November 2022

"Fly me to the moon" – Noor Fares' Wing Shop

The emblematic jewel (my favorite) by Lebanese designer Noor Fares is her pair of “Fly Me to the Moon” earrings. She has already created versions of these delicate, airy, contemporary wings in turquoise, agate, jade, lapis, etc. Not forgetting those tye-and-dye marvels. With her new e-shop entirely dedicated to “Fly Me to the Moon” earrings, you can now also customize them. You can choose them in pairs or individually. The frame is available in gold (including 9 carats), colored or not, paved or not. Meanwhile, the wings are currently available in tiger eye, malachite, rainbow printed bamboo, etc. Hours of fun!


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The Navratna of Noor Fares

  • Noor Fares - Earrings in 18K or 9K gold available to customize your "Fly Me To The Moon"

  • Noor Fares - Lapis lazuli, ocean jasper, malachite... Carved wings available to customize your "Fly Me To The Moon"

  • Noor Fares - Jade, aventurine, turquoise, painted bamboo : some carved wings available to customize your "Fly Me To The Moon"

  • Noor Fares - 18K gold earrings and painted bamboo wings: some ideas to customized the "Fly Me To The Moon" earrings

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