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“The styling was impeccable. The choice of jewellery was to die for. Many people after the show all mentioned the jewellery.” —Blog TO Clockwise from top: Strut Magazine, Chatelaine, Canadian Living, Zoomer

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crystal cool (opposite) Silk dress, $750, Lida Baday, Holt Renfrew. Sterling silver necklace with crystals, pearls and turquoise, $350, Laborde Designs. Beauty note: Limited Edition Trésor d'Afrique Collector Palette for the Eyes, Yves Saint Laurent. Grooming note: Revitalizing Gel, ClarinsMen. Sculpting Paste, Gillette. English damask wallpaper featured here, Farrow & Ball. For info, see Shopping Guide. Wardrobe styling: Serge Kerbel for Plutino Group. Hair, makeup & grooming: Kelly Meredith for Judy Inc. Assistant style editor: Jessica Green.

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“Kristen has a unique design sensibility that draws on her experiences around the globe. No one piece is alike. It’s wearable art.” —Jessica Green, Zoomer’s former Associate Style Editor Clockwise from top: Zoomer Magazine, SweetSpot.ca, BlogTO, National Post

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“I own a few pieces from Kristen Laborde.” —Suzanne Boyd, Editor in Chief, Zoomer Magazine


Seen Around

“My beautiful earrings from Kristen Laborde completed my look at the Miss Universe Pageant.” —Clair Cooper, Miss Great Britain Clockwise from top: Measha Brueggergosman, Claire Cooper, Stacey Mackenzie, Pastel Supernova

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The Marilyn Dennis Show

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Breakfast Television

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Plaid Magazine

“Laborde’s pieces stand out from the rest.” —Mariko Lauren, Stylist www.plaidmag.com

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Flare.com

“I call her the mechanic.” —Desire Kaniki, Stylist www.otmzine.com

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Divine Brown Music Video

“Laborde makes funky bold jewellery that’s eye catching.” —Fritz Herald and the Phantoms Divine Brown featuring Fritz Herald and the Phantoms, music video “Sunglasses”

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Flare.com

“Give your look a hit of rocker edge with a statement necklace from Laborde.” —Tammy Palmer, Senior Market Editor, FLARE.com www.flare.com

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Asian Waves

“I always get compliments whenever wearing one of my Laborde pieces.” —Allison Uher, Marketing Director asianwavemag.com

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More Magazine

“Laborde Designs always comes through for me, I love her pieces.” —Michie Mee, Canada’s hip-hop queen More magazine featuring Michie Mee

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Trends Magazine

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STYLE PERSONIFIED By Sonia Lowe

High fashion fall runways for 2012 promise both an emancipation of mood and the personification of style. Where self expression meets fashion statement, you’ll find accessories channeling bold-to-somber colour moods, wild-to-tame structural design, and passive-to-aggressive silhouettes. The “art imitates life or something like it” trend will appeal to those who value self expression and celebrate uniqueness. B O Y F R I E N D WAT C H

WEARABLE ART Anne-Marie Chagnon established her avant-garde collection of versatile jewellery sculptures in 1995 and has since taken Canada and the U.S. by storm. Chagnon’s craftsmanship is second to none. Wearable art pieces are made by hand in Montreal using fine pewter, wood, resin, glass and gold. Revered for her work with Cirque du Soliel, her architectural and archeological inspiration are apparent in her original use of crude, primitive and minimalist shapes for reversible bracelets, necklaces and rings. Semi-precious stone fossilized in tarnished metal casings bear Chagnon’s unmistakable signature, recognizable at a glance.

Anne Marie Chagnon “Fermin” Reversible Bracelet

Anne Marie Chagnon “Eloiza” Reversible Bracelet

Anne Marie Chagnon “Donasi” Reversible Bracelet

TWISTED Canadian jewellery designer Kristen Laborde thrives on creating a line for customers who dare-to-be-different. Her recent Euro trip inspired the casual-chic sensibility of knots and braids, stones and dangles, and clustered cocktail rings, that adorn the appendages of today’s worldly fall fashionista.

Trisha Blush Leather with gold chain

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“Laborde Designs is great to work with.” —Sonia Lowe, Editor of Trends Trends magazine. SS2012 & FW2012

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TRENDS 4 Fall/Winter 2012

Laborde says,“This season was all about incorporating colour with some mixed metals. The knotted braid collection has a boho chic influence to it. It’s for the girl-on-thego who wants to look effortlessly chic - but with minimal effort. These long braids pull together any outfit with a relaxed, yet polished look.”

The big, bold and beautiful face of the 42mm boyfriend watch trend on women has the “here today gone tomorrow” feel of most fleeting fads. However, in an era where hemline lengths, trouser cuts, belt tie and lapel widths, heel heights and bracelet girths constantly fluctuate, why not embrace the ever-changing face of your luxury timepiece? In typical Dior fashion, Calibre Dior’s Calibre Elite by Zenith Elite by Zenith is equipped with a manual winding movement, white gold case, black satin strap, ardillon V I N T A G E V I R T U E S buckle set with diamonds, bezel, dial and crown set with, again, more Fashion pays homage to Queen diamonds. Mum style with feminine appeal as regal cloak and brooch references make a comeback on catwalks. High-society-chic becomes youthful with contemporary adaptation. Designer Zoran Dubric’s silk wrap is rooted in traditional ornate embroidered detail, juxtaposed with straight lines and sleek, modern edges. For a chic take on a prim and proper style, try a glitzy brooch or cross-stitch lapel-style necklace. Dior dazzels in rose and yellow gold coloured diamonds, demantoid orange diamonds, golden opal and green chrysoprase and tsavorite garnets.

Zoran Dobric Wrap

Dior Fine Jewellery


Music Videos

“Kristen’s jewellery is beautiful and unique. I love incorporating it into my videos.” —Daniel Palmer, Director & Producer at The Field Music videos: Mackenzie, Dirty Little Mouth; Jesse Giddings, Sunshine

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