Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have collaborated on a new project, and this time, you can own a piece of it. TheHollywoodLife.com reports that the couple have designed a capsule collection of jewelry for Asprey of London called The Protector.
The net sales proceeds of the diamond-encrusted, serpentine collection pendants, bracelets, and rings (which the pair spent over a year designing) will go to Angelina's pet charity, Education Partnership for Children of Conflict, which raises awareness and funds to educate child victims of war, conflict and natural disasters. Teen Angelina Did Not Sleep With Mother's BF
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Why the snake angle? Says WWD:
When she was pregnant with their daughter Shiloh, Jolie was given a ring — not from Asprey — in the shape of a snake. Since then she's considered the reptile a talisman and protector of her family.
Brad isn't a first-timer when it comes to jewelry design: He worked with Italian jeweler Damiani to produce a collection of pieces in 2000. (This came after Pitt and then-fiance Jennifer Aniston sued the company after it sold knock-offs of the couple's custom-designed engagement and wedding bands. Guess they worked that one out.) Jennifer Aniston Drunk Dials Brad, Gets Angie
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For a sneak peek at the collection, which goes on sale later this week, check out TheHollywoodLife.com.
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