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Currently coveting: Deborah Pagani jewelry

Pagani
Though we love the easy recognizability of brands such as Tiffany and Cartier, we're always on the hunt for under-the-radar fine-jewelry collections with a strong perspective. 

And the Art Deco-esque baubles of Deborah Pagani certainly feel singular -- and fashion-forward in a rocker-cum-"Dynasty" way.

Already a known name in Moscow and Paris, among other international cities, Pagani is launching this season at Barneys New York in Beverly Hills and New York (the Madison Avenue store only) and is also sold at Michelle Obama's go-to boutique, Chicago's Ikram.

Pagani has two collections for spring: Queen Bee, which features one-of-a-kind stones, with pieces named after Bette Davis, Nico, Jerry Hall and Grace Jones, among others ($10,000 to $50,000); and the more affordable Street Bee, ranging from $500 to $8,000 and boasting delicate angular diamond earrings and necklaces.

-- Emili Vesilind

Photo:  Pieces from Pagani's Queen Bee collection. Credit: Deborah Pagani

 
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Love both collections, both 'Street Bee' and 'Queen Bee', fabulous!



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