Peace signs are another item of sixties and seventies iconography that has become something of a cliché over the years, being used as a catch-all symbol for hippy culture. When handled with some subtlety, though, there's still a certain retro appeal, as shown in these Roberto Cavalli earrings.
There might be something slightly off-message about paying designer pricetags for such a symbol, but a sly wink to sixties counterculture might just be up your street. This pair are made from gold-tone brass and studded with Swarovski crystals throughout.
They'll set you back £387.50 from Net-a-Porter online in the UK.