Fashion

Studs & Playboy Collaborate On A 2000s Throwback Collection

Your newly studded #earscape awaits.

The celeb-approved accessories label Studs announced its newest collaboration on Wednesday, July 13, this time teaming up with famous lifestyle brand Playboy.

Titled the “Bunny Ears Collection,” the exclusive co-branded line consists of new limited-edition pieces in fun shapes, like the signature Playboy rabbit head, to upgrade your #earscape.

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See everything we know about the bunny-filled collection and how to cop a pair for yourself, ahead.

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Studs and Playboy have just released their limited-edition collaboration, dropping a total of 14 brand new pieces designed to mix, match, or stack for a flirty and fun earscape.Courtesy of Studs
“The Bunny Ears Collection” taps into nostalgia from the early 2000s by incorporating kitschy silhouettes, like dangling keys, chunky cell phones, and more.Courtesy of Studs
The new collection also features the beloved Playboy rabbit head, adorning the earrings’ playful shapes, including lockets, heart-shaped charms, and trendy safety pins.Courtesy of Studs
As for the collab’s campaign, Studs tapped models and Playboy Playmates Carolina Ballesteros and Gillian Chan. The early-aughts-inspired imagery is set in a bubblegum pink bedroom filled with flip phones, fuzzy pens, bright notebooks, and even a live white rabbit.Courtesy of Studs
“We are so excited that our first brand collaboration is with Playboy, an iconic brand that shares our value of unapologetic self-expression, and we are proud to release this one-of-a-kind Bunny Ears collection,” said Lisa Bubbers, co-founder & CBO at Studs, in an official statement.Courtesy of Studs
The Studs & Playboy Bunny Ear collection is set to retail from $24 to $38, and is available to purchase in gold, silver, and pavé crystals.Courtesy of Studs
The collection is available to shop starting now and exclusively online at Studs.com, as well as in-person at Studs retail locations nationwide. Courtesy of Studs