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Kati Nescher, Vogue Paris September 2012, Stone Paris
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Emily Weiss, Stone Paris
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malgosia bela, Vogue Paris September 2012, Stone Paris
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Nadja Bender, Vogue Paris September 2012, Stone Paris
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Kati Nescher, Vogue Paris September 2012, Stone Paris
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Emily Weiss, Stone Paris
malgosia bela, Vogue Paris September 2012, Stone Paris
Nadja Bender, Vogue Paris September 2012, Stone Paris
Kati Nescher, Vogue Paris September 2012, Stone Paris
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Emily Weiss, Stone Paris
malgosia bela, Vogue Paris September 2012, Stone Paris
Nadja Bender, Vogue Paris September 2012, Stone Paris
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In my slow but steady transformation, aesthetically-speaking, into a modern-day Fairuza Balk in The Craft(I kid, I kid…kind of), I’ve become particularly drawn to feisty, spike-y, tough-girl earrings by the likes of Wendy Nichol, Repossi, and J. Colby Smith. Imagine my delight, then, to notice the recurring appearance of tiny, diamond-encrusted crosses on the lobes of Kati Nescher, Malgosia Bela, and Kate Moss over the past several issues of Vogue Paris. A little credit research led me to Stone Paris, and the company's website (and let me tell you, Google-ing “Stone Paris,” “Stone Paris jewelry,” or any combination therein doesn't get you that far). A little more research, and some intel from a friend in Paris, led me to discover that the line is the brainchild of a Polish aristocrat (Marie Poniatowski), whose sister is married to a popular singer and whose social circle reads like a who's-who of French cinema stars and top editors. Right now, a handful of the pieces can be found at MyTheresa, Barneys New York, and Colette, but word on the street is that a boutique in the 6th arrondissement is in the works. In the meantime, you can email contact@stoneparis.com to order.

—Emily Weiss

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