Gem Session: Local Designer Alicia Mohr Wows With Elegance & Edge

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    One of the newest additions to Chicago's impressive jewelry design scene is Alicia Mohr, the Vermont-born designer currently taking up residence in the Windy City. We're glad she made the move, because her elegant-with-edge designs are right at home here. As her online shop will demonstrate, each unique design is fairly priced, a good thing when you consider the fact that you'll want, like, five. We're partial to Mohr's Agate Cuffs, but find your favorite among her statement pieces and watch it totally transform (and improve) your basic summer looks.

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