Fashion Scoop: Estelle to Create Jewelry Line with Rachel Roy


Our beloved British belle and designer du jour are joining forces for a jewelry line, according to Rachel Roy’s Twitter page and WWD.

Judging from the accessories in Roy’s expertly-designed line for Macy’s—and Estelle’s phenomenal taste in jewelry, we’re in for some beautiful pieces! To be honest, I’m not surprised. Estelle’s been flirting with the Fashion world since designing a handbag with Johnathan Kelsey and most recently, her fab t-shirt for H&M.

Here’s the tweet:

I’m excited to be working with @EstelleDarlings on a jewelry collection, which will debut in Spring 2010. –RR

Rachel Roy also enlisted the British pop star to host the opening party for her New York pop-up shop during Spring 2010 Fashion Week (which I fully plan to attend btw). Sidenote: The store, which is located on 111 Spring Street, will be open starting September 10th. Rachel Roy shoppers can snag clothing, footwear, jewelry and accessories from the Rachel | Rachel Roy Fall collection in the 1,800 square foot space for a limited time only via WWD.

Quite honestly, I couldn’t think of a better pairing. Are you all excited for the collaboration? (Let’s just pray that the jewelry is moderately priced…)

Estelle has fashion sense to spare. I saw her wearing this gorgeous necklace at the Fall 2009 Zac Posen show. She told me via Twitter it was Balenciaga. Glam!

And here are some stunners from Rachel | Rachel Roy. I love that RR’s jewelry always makes a statement, whether it’s alluring Bohemian beauty or edgy, attention-grabbing chic.





Kisses,

Coutura

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