Alicia Keys starts a jewelry line
How do you top a killer performance at the American Music Awards? If you're Alicia Keys, you launch a jewelry line.
After a fab duet with Jay-Z at last week's ceremonies, Keys launched a jewelry collection called The Barber's Daughters. The line includes sterling silver and gemstone necklaces, earrings, rings, bracelets and watches engraved with musings from writer Masaru Emoto. They range in price from $85 to $2,500. To create the collection, Keys collabbed with jewelry designer Gisele Theriault. (We have a pretty good idea as to who did most of the work.)
Keys told Women's Wear Daily that her mission is “to give people beautiful, unique pieces with messages that ignite them to find the best within."
We would say something snarky here, but when it comes to accessories, Keys has the best collection of all: 12 Grammys.
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