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Four bold looks featuing the hottest trend in jewellery

Makeup and hair by Sabrina Rinaldi using TRESemmé Hair Care and M.A.C Cosmetics/P1M (www.p1m.ca). Styling by Corey Ng/P1M. Manicure by Leeanne Colley for Revlon/P1M

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Stacking for impact
Create your own elegant armour by piling on a multitude of chunky metallic bracelets from wrist to mid-forearm. Add additional interest to this accessories-heavy look by mixing pieces in a variety of materials, from sculpted sterling silver to chainmail and chain-link. Stacked tube ring with crystals by Mawi, £257 ($427) through www.mawi.co.uk. Crystal chain cuffs by Rita Tesolin, $195 each through www.ritatesolin.com. Transparent resin-and-metal bangles, from $1,825 at Chanel (www.chanel.com). Sterling-silver Metro Cable Five-Row Ring, $675 (U.S.), sterling-silver Willow Five-Row Ring with pavé diamonds, $1,800 (U.S.), sterling silver Metro Bracelet with pavé diamonds, $3,700 (U.S.) at David Yurman (www.davidyurman.com). Jay Ahr silver chain dress, $5,295 at TNT (www.tntfashion.ca).

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Hanging tough
Many of the newest shoulder-dusting earrings are direct descendants of the massive crystal-and-diamond doorknockers that Riccardo Tisci designed for Givenchy’s spring 2012 hautecouture collection. When sporting a pair such as the oversized Rita Tesolin danglers shown here, leave your neck, wrist and fingers unadorned and keep hair and makeup as simple as possible. Pewter-and-gunmetal earrings by Rita Tesolin, price on request through www.ritatesolin.com. Fox-fur stole by Prabal Gurung, $4,999 at Hudson’s Bay Fur Salon (www.thebay.com).

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Rose and shine
This season it’s best to ignore Coco Chanel’s edict to always remove one accessory before leaving the house, particularly if you’ve chosen to decorate yourself with an array of rings and cuffs in rosy-gold hues. The warm metal, after all, adds a hint of softness to even the boldest pairings. Glam & Soul 18-karat goldplated ear cuffs by Thomas Sabo, from $79 through www.thomassabo.com. Paris Nouvelle Vague 18-karat pink-gold ring and bracelet set with diamonds, hematites, amethysts, smoky quartz and pink opals, $17,900 and $58,500 at Cartier (www.cartier.com). Venetie Bangle, $420 at Swarovski (www.swarovski.com). Gold La Nuit clutch by Lanvin, $3,190 (U.S.) through www.lanvin.com. Bronze cuff by Pamela Love, $695 at TNT (www.tntfashion.ca). Polished-stainless-steel Draw cage cuff by ck Calvin Klein, $150 through www.calvinklein.com. Chalk-stripe jacket by Stella McCartney, $2,795 (U.S.) through www.stellamccartney.com.

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Making a point
The ear cuff shown here was Canuck designer Dean Davidson’s first such piece and the effect is otherworldly. With its speared, 22-karat gold ridge, this modern piece combines a Mad Max aesthetic with alien-like beauty. His Sliced Ring is equally distinctive and, like the ear cuff, works best when worn with a minimalist and monochromatic ensemble. Dean Davidson Spike Earcuff, $195, Sliced Ring, $265 through deandavidson.myshopify.com. Viscose interlock top by Céline, $1,395 (U.S.) through www.celine.com.

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