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Behold these 17 beautifully baroque fashion and home decor items

This fall, going for baroque is the modern thing to do, whether it’s an opulent bauble, a richly brocaded frock or an ornate mirror evoking a (pre-austerity) palazzo

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Yellow paillonné enamel bracelet with 18-karat gold accents by Jean Schlumberger, black enamel bracelet with diamonds by Jean Schlumberger, $39,600 and $97,000 at Tiffany & Co. (


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Bishop’s Cape Tibetan wool-and-silk rug by Diane von Furstenberg, from $3,749 at Avenue Road for The Rug Company (


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Velvet handbag by Chanel, $2,975 through

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Massive Paisley pillow by Maharam, $250 at Design Within Reach (


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Hand-carved mahogany mirror by Ethan Allen, $2,199 through


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Jewelled flats by Manolo Blahnik, $865 at Holt Renfrew (

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Pigalle suede boots with Swarovski details by Christian Louboutin,$5,034 through .


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Zodiac Pressed Powder by Estée Lauder, $80 at The Bay ( and Holt Renfrew (


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Silk twill tank by J.Crew, $344 through .


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Voltaire rubber-coated chair in Olive Green by Jasper van Grootel, $2,408 through .


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Gold Aves dinner plate by Royal Crown Derby, $185 through


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Quilted gold trousers by Topshop, $88 at The Bay (


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Jacquard dress by Stella McCartney, $2,885 at Holt Renfrew (

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22-karat gold plated Swarovski crystal necklace by Erickson Beamon, $1,980 through .


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Sofia console by Oly, $4,320 at South Hill Home (


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Murano glass chandelier in Smoke, $2,940 at Design Within Reach (


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Dauphine candlestick by Rosanna, $76 a pair through Gallery credits: Market edit by Corey Ng/Judy Inc. (fashion items), Christine Hanlon (decor items) and Megan Kirkwood (beauty items).


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