Singular Style: All about the Statement Earring

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Wondering how to get instant style this resort season? Whether you’re vacationing in St. Kitts or St. Bart’s or headed to the slopes, one of the newest and biggest changes you can make is actually somewhat, small. Fashion insiders know that it’s all about earrings this season, more specifically about adding and subtracting them. Wear one drop dead shoulder duster earring for pure style, or make a statement with an unmatched pair. Mix up materials – gemstones with wood, or turquoise with precious metals. Even try different lengths, pair short with long or drop styles

Fresh Pastels for a Fresh New Year

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We’ve finally started a brand New Year and one of the freshest ways to mark a new beginning is with an infusion of color. Like a palate cleanser, a change in color calibrates a fresh new chapter. The resort and spring designer collections were awash in pale colorations, particularly blue hues – from sky blue to aqua. Add pastels to your wardrobe for a quick winter pick me up – a gingham check shirt or top, a floral patterned dress – or go ultra luxe, with richly textured cashmere or mohair or pale designer gemstones. Look for pieces that mix multiple pastel stones – bl

Editor’s Pick: Yaakov Hillel

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Is it ok to shop for ourselves again? I really hope so because these earrings from Turkish designer Yaakov Hillel are on the top of my list. My resolution this year is to purchase fewer items but to select only exquisite pieces that I feel passionate about. These 24K gold and turquoise beauties will probably my favorite purchase of the year and it’s only January! Although born into a family of textile designers, Hillel opted to branch out on his own. “I eventually decided to use my design experience in a new field and jewelry, so much a part of life in Istanbul, seem