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Thursday 27 August 2015

Zoë Kravitz: My jewellery line is organic

Published 26/02/2013

Zoë Kravitz
Zoë Kravitz

Zoë Kravitz described her debut jewellery line as being an "organic and fun" collaboration with Swarovski Crystallized.

The model-and-actress has collaborated with Swarovski Crystallized on a capsule collection of bracelets, necklaces, rings and earrings.

The nine pieces made by the star incorporate her birthstones of turquoise and tanzanite in the designs.

“I wanted it to feel organic and fun,” she explained to WWD. “Something that would allow each person to make it their own.”

Zoë, the daughter of musician Lenny Kravitz and actress Lisa Bonet, is well known for her individual style and good looks.

The 24-year-old star is a regular on the front row at fashion shows around the world, and said she was inspired by her travels when planning the line.

"I was inspired by places I've travelled to such as India and Morocco..." she gushed. "Those countries have such vivid landscapes so I wanted to pull in colour from there."

As a model she has starred in campaigns for Alexander Wang, and she is now the face of her debut jewellery campaign.

In the images she is seen wearing a simple black vest and black leather mini with her turquoise necklaces piled on.

Zoë’s thoughts on jewellery styling change depending on her mood.

“Sometimes there is beauty in simplicity," she pondered. "And sometimes it’s fun to pile it all on.”

The images of her shoot, which were taken by Guy Aroch, will be seen when the line launches in March.

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