Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 23 September 2014

Jenner sisters create jewellery

Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner

Kendall and Kylie Jenner have teamed up with celebrity designer Pascal Mouawad on a jewellery line.

The teenage sisters of reality TV stars-and-designers Kim, Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian have teamed up with celebrity designer Pascal Mouawad on the range.

Pascal has worked with Kim on her jewellery project before, as well as Nicole Richie on her House of Harlow accessories range.

Kendall and Kylie have collaborated on an 11-piece line that will go on sale from the end of this month.

Entitled Metal Haven by Kendall and Kylie, all items are affordable, bright and bold.

“We love accessories, and it’s amazing that we’re going to have our own line to be able to wear every day,” the design duo said in a statement. “We’re so excited to partner with Pascal and Glamhouse and Nordstrom on our first jewellery collection.”

The two girls also took to their official blog to gush about the new launch.

"We are so excited to announce that we are releasing our first jewellery line this summer! We are partnering up with Glamhouse and creating a collection exclusively for Nordstrom BP called Metal Haven by Kendall and Kylie! The jewellery will be available on nordstrom.com on July 29th and in store on August 2nd, so get ready and stay tuned for more information about Metal Haven!!" they excitedly announced.

The two main themes of the collection are angel wings and spikes. This ranges from delicate earrings to statement necklaces. All the pieces reflect the teen twosome's style which is a mix of girlie and edgy.

“For a long time I’ve looked to expand the Glamhouse brand portfolio with a younger, more affordable line,” Pascal said of the collaboration. “They were truly a perfect fit for the company and I’m thrilled to partner with them.”

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