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FrontRunners: Hang Loose

Designed by the husband-and-wife team of Christopher Roule and Laurin Lucaire, the jewelry in the Roule & Company Wired Collection (www.rouleandcompany.com) is distinguished by its moving parts. The Shaker globe pendant shown here features 12 carats of loose tsavorites contained within a lattice sphere of 18-karat white gold. The jewelry is priced from $1,500 to $49,500 and is available only at Bergdorf Goodman. The collection also includes a bracelet with 175 carats of loose light-blue aquamarine stones that appear to float through the design.

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