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MARIE-HÉLÈNE DE TAILLAC

The French jeweler is driven by her love of gemstones, which she hand-picks in Jaipur (the gemstone capital of the world). From there, her designs are hand-crafted by artisans using traditional techniques that date back to the maharajas. Her latest lineup of luminous, modern pieces feature everything from muted blue chalcedony and green tourmaline to brilliant pink and blue sapphires and lapis lazuli—each, as always, cast in pared-back designs that let the stones speak for themselves.

The buy: the aquamarine princess ring.

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TRUNKSHOW ENDING IN 62 HOURS

MARIE-HÉLÈNE DE TAILLAC

The French jeweler is driven by her love of gemstones, which she hand-picks in Jaipur (the gemstone capital of the world). From there, her designs are hand-crafted by artisans using traditional techniques that date back to the maharajas. Her latest lineup of luminous, modern pieces feature everything from muted blue chalcedony and green tourmaline to brilliant pink and blue sapphires and lapis lazuli—each, as always, cast in pared-back designs that let the stones speak for themselves.

The buy: the aquamarine princess ring.

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