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Karl Lagerfeld Lifts Curtain on New Engagement Rings Targeting Millennials

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German designer says “it was kind of a challenge.”

A few weeks ago, Frederick Goldman and Karl Lagerfeld signed a licensing deal, calling for Lagerfeld to produce a bridal jewelry collection for distribution in the U.S., which would then be introduced at the JCK Luxury show this week. Speaking with Vogue, the German designer said “it was kind of a challenge” to produce the collection, which features engagement rings aimed at millennials. The article says there are three collections; each one in the collections is offered 18-karat white and yellow gold, as well as platinum, and prices range from $1,000 to $10,000.

Collection 1

Karl Lagerfeld Lifts Curtain on New Engagement Rings Targeting Millennials

Collection 2

Karl Lagerfeld Lifts Curtain on New Engagement Rings Targeting Millennials

Collection 3

Karl Lagerfeld Lifts Curtain on New Engagement Rings Targeting Millennials

See photos of the rings at Vogue

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