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Jewelry Designer Jacquie Aiche Reveals New Headpiece Collection

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Jewelry Designer Jacquie Aiche Reveals New Headpiece Collection(PRESS RELEASE) LOS ANGELES – Designer Jacquie Aiche, creator of the eponymous jewelry line, is revealing a new collection of head pieces and enlisted model Shanina Shaik to launch them in her new campaign. Influenced by exotic style and female empowerment, the styles are meant to bring the wearer a sense of strength and femininity. 

Known for her iconic body jewelry, Aiche explores new territory with 3 new styles of headpieces intended to highlight the eyes – the window to a woman’s soul. Timeless and delicate, the pieces are made for everyday wear or for an evening look. 

“I’ll forever be inspired by the fierce power jewelry can bring to a woman. Headpieces have been worn throughout history by women of all cultures, particularly by royals. The beautiful and powerful seductress Cleopatra always wore headpieces to allure and captivate. I wanted to give new strength and energy to this tradition in a modern way,” notes Aiche about her latest designs. 

The 14k gold and diamond headpieces retail for $4250 and launch November 20th, for special order exclusively at Jacquie Aiche, 310.550.7529 or info@jacquieaiche.com. 

View the catalog here. 

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