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March 30, 2013  | by: Emilie Moran
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People say accessories are what make an outfit. With my stacks of bracelets, layers of necklaces and cluster of rings, I couldn’t agree more. My love for jewelry is jus one of the reasons why I am so excited for the popular jewelry designer, Marie-Hélène de Taillac to open up her first US store this upcoming Saturday, March 30th. Taillac, who has stores in Pairs and Tokyo says the majority of her customers are American, this being the reason why she has finally decided to grace the United States with her presence.

The majority of Taillac’s jewelry pieces are inspired by India and are created out of 22K gold. I find the jewelry to be absolutely stunning. The pieces are all simple, but simple does not mean boring. With precious stones, the pieces are all colorful and elegant and have a graceful air to them.

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The only downside to Taillac’s collection of jewels may be the pricing. Often in the thousands, the pieces are all very expensive. However, for the quality and beauty of the product, one really cannot complain. Taillac is also known to inspect every single gem that is put into a piece. This means every item purchased and beautiful and flawless.

Although Taillac’s pieces are already sold at Barneys, having her own store will allow the deisgner ot sell a much more wider range of items. This means  more to chose from for her American clients!! Along with the new American store, Taillac plans on writing books and creating special jewelry timepieces. Taillac says, “I want a life — [and] I won’t be inspired if all I do is make jewelry.” I find this both interesting and enlightening and I am excited to see what else Taillac is inspired to come up with next!

What do you think of Marie-Hélène de Taillac’s jewelry designs?

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