Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 20 August 2014

Ke$ha piles it on

Ke$ha

Ke$ha has revealed her favourite way of styling jewellery, explaining the bigger the better.

The controversial songstress has released a statement 140 piece line of jewellery called Ke$ha Rose by Charles Albert.

The range is unique, and was hand crafted into human teeth, skulls, arrowheads, roses, and phalluses made from hypoallergenic Alchemía.

The star has revealed how she likes to accessorise.

"Pile it on!" she exclaimed when asked her favourite way to style jewellery.

"I have little knuckle rings that sit right at the top of your finger - I love rocking ten of those at a time, along with really big rings."

Ke$ha is excited about doing more design collaborations in the future. Now the singer has her signature style, she feels confident creating pieces for fans.

"Yes! I loved being a designer," she exclaimed when asked if she would like to take on more similar projects.

"I grew up not knowing about style because I didn't have much money - to me, high fashion was like, Gap, because even that was too expensive for me. Now, I'm in a position where I'm learning about fashion constantly, which is really exciting. Between magazines like Teen Vogue and my travels to Paris and London, I've been exposed to so much that I never even knew existed. I already design all of my tour merchandise, but now I'm ready to explore seriously designing for myself."

Ke$ha also revealed her favourite pieces from her new collection.

The Cannibal pieces are very special to me, because it's been my pet project for years. I have fans send me their own teeth so I can wear them as jewellery - yes, people think it's bizarre, but I love it!" she laughed to Teen Vogue.

"I brought some of the biggest, cleanest ones to Charles Albert when we started designing. He was a little grossed out at first, but he grew to love my weird sensibility."

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