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3 Jewelry Designs That Explore Contrast as Complement

Mulberry fall/winter 2017/18 runway. COURTESY OF REX/SHUTTERSTOCK

The fall/winter 2017/18 runways also featured unorthodox color mixes: bold, striking and often juxtaposed with various deep hues. Jewelry designers are likewise coloring outside the lines with highly faceted and rough-hewn combinations that contrast just enough to complement each other.

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