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Dainty jewelry is all good for summertime, but fall makes us long for more substantial pieces. Think jewelry an anthropologist, or an enviably well-traveled woman, would wear: giant, blocky stones; hammered, gold bangles; long tassel necklaces, straight out of a dusty Bedouin marketplace.
Clearly, Etienne Aigner gets us. The nine pieces ahead are all thick chains with sculptural-horn pendants and rough-cut African jade and pyrite. They're just the thing to satisfy our lady-traveler jewelry jones...at least until we accrue more vacation. Click on to see our favorites!
New Yorkers are total pros when it comes to Halloween. Apparently, even back in the '70s, the city's kids knew how to pull together a costume that would photograph well.
Between 1974 and 1978, New York-based photographer Larry Racioppo documented children dressed in their Halloween finest across Bay Ridge, Queens, and read
Coco Rocha has been busy making some serious moves. One thousand, to be exact. Her new book, Study Of Pose, launched this week, and features 1,000 black and white photos of Rocha wearing a leotard in a series of unique positions. It's a stunning study on the human form. And, as funny timing would have it, she's also read