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Tibi has made its first foray into jewelry with the help of LA's Anita Ko. As designer Amy Smilovic explained, "I felt there was a void for fine jewelry with a casual attitude that doesn't feel 'precious.'" Not feeling "precious" means three pieces—an ear-cuff, a ring, and a necklace—made of 18-karat gold and micro-pave diamonds that retail for $3,000 to $6,000. Get them here. [Style.com]