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Stripes and Patterns Take These Styles to the Edge

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Motor sports, racing stripes and the sleek lines of the art deco movement provide inspiration for the graphic mixed-media effect of ready-to-wear on the spring 2017 runways as well as in the design studios of emerging and established jewelry talents. Stones cut into geometric shapes and mixed metals and enameling result in styles that focus on striped or color-blocked patterns. Whether linear or squared off, these looks are current with an edgy modernity. 

Above: Sonia Rykiel spring 2017 runway. COURTESY OF REX/SHUTTERSHOCK


Pyramid diamond halo ring from Lily Kamper

Lily Kamper

18K gold Pyramid diamond halo ring with carved agate center.

lilykamper.com

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$4,445


Ezzat Chrysler earrings from Eva Fehren

Eva Fehren

Ezzat Chrysler earrings in 18K blackened white gold with black onyx and white diamonds.

evafehren.com

$9,750


Stella Explosion ring from Tomasz Donocik

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Tomasz Donocik

Stella Explosion ring of rubies, pink opal, white agate, white diamonds and hematite.

tomaszdonocik.com

$13,600 


This article originally appeared in the March 2017 edition of INSTORE.

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