Fashion & Style News: A. Keys Jewelry Hits the Scene

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Keys with Gisèle Theriault.
Singer Alicia Keys' jewelry collection The Barbers Daughters had found a temporary home at the Collette Blanchard Gallery in NYC. The collection will be sold Monday and Tuesday of next week in hopes of generating buzz for the collection's fall 2010 debut.

Keys teamed up with jewelry designer Gisèle Theriault who created the line inspired by the poetry and prayers of Masaru Emoto, author of The Hidden Messages in Water. Keys and Theriault connected when the designer was selling jewelry to Keys' bandmates at one of her shows backstage.

Just as Keys plans to make her mark in the world of fashion, she releases her fourth studio album, The Element of Freedom on December 15.  

The line of necklaces retail from $85 to $2,500 and is also sold on Web site.

And speaking of freedom Alicia, is your married beau divorced yet? 

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Nice jewelry and post the comparision between the artisits and the general jewelry is showing good balance. A least the people are getting the quality products at low rates.

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