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Zoë Kravitz talks funky jewellery

Published 22/03/2013

Zoë Kravitz
Zoë Kravitz

Zoë Kravitz has launched her debut "young, fresh and funky" jewellery line

The model-and-actress launched her collection at the Gramercy Park Hotel Rooftop in New York City last night.

The star gushed about the collaboration with Swarovski Crystallized in a special feature to coincide with the pieces, which are going on sale today.

"I think fashion is a good way to express yourself," she explained."Jewellery is about adding a little detail or pizzazz to an outfit. This collaboration has allowed me to create what I think is a young, fresh and funky line."

The nine pieces made by the star incorporate her birthstones of turquoise and tanzanite. The capsule collection contains bracelets, necklaces and rings which she says can add a variety of statements to an outfit.

"It's pretty cool to see something in your head, then make a sketch, then make a mood board and then see it come to life," she gushed. "There's no big pieces in the line, they are quite simple, delicate beautiful things. You can wear a lot of pieces, you can pile the, on for a dramatic look or keep it simple and wear a few for an elegant look."

The star finished by explaining what she hopes to achieve with her line.

"I'm so glad to have the experience and excited to see different types of people wearing the jewellery and doing their own thing," she finished. "I hope the jewellery helps people express themselves."

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