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When Prince Albert died in 1861, Queen Victoria mourned her beloved in gorgeous jet jewelry. Her passion for the sable-hued material found on England’s coastline inspired women who had not even lost a loved one. Today jewelry is back in black. It provides a strong contrast to any color statement and I could build countless looks around these beautiful earrings.
—Marion Fasel, Contributing Editor, Fine Jewelry and Watches
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When Prince Albert died in 1861, Queen Victoria mourned her beloved in gorgeous jet jewelry. Her passion for the sable-hued material found on England’s coastline inspired women who had not even lost a loved one. Today jewelry is back in black. It provides a strong contrast to any color statement and I could build countless looks around these beautiful earrings.

Marion Fasel, Contributing Editor, Fine Jewelry and Watches

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Long considered an after-thought accessory, belts made a big comeback on the spring runways. This waistband exemplifies Veronica Etro’s latest collection for her family’s namesake brand. Ethnic print? Check. Tribal-inspired hardware? Check. Earthy textures? Check. Whether you wear it to show off your silhouette in a maxi dress, add a bit of flair to white jeans or polish off the look of wide leg trousers, it’ll make getting ready for any urban safari a total cinch. 
 
—Bronwyn Barnes, Entertainment Editor

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Long considered an after-thought accessory, belts made a big comeback on the spring runways. This waistband exemplifies Veronica Etro’s latest collection for her family’s namesake brand. Ethnic print? Check. Tribal-inspired hardware? Check. Earthy textures? Check. Whether you wear it to show off your silhouette in a maxi dress, add a bit of flair to white jeans or polish off the look of wide leg trousers, it’ll make getting ready for any urban safari a total cinch. 

Bronwyn Barnes, Entertainment Editor


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As unlikely as it may sound, it was Sesame Street’s Bert who sparked my very first fashion obsession—saddle shoes!—back when I was part of the pre-school set. These booties are more than a pumped up version of that functional footwear; the perforated oxford detailing and re-imagined saddle panels may stir up a whiff of nostalgia, but exit-making ankle zippers and metallic silver cutouts (variations on the style are also available in neon hues) take them past the present and into the avant-garde. Can you tell me how to get to the closest Miu Miu boutique?

Bronwyn Barnes, Entertainment Editor

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