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Robert Procop and Brooke Shields to Hold One-Day Exhibit at Couture

Legacy Brooke, their now five-year old philanthropic collaboration, will be on exhibit on Saturday.

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Robert Procop and Brooke Shields to Hold One-Day Exhibit at Couture
A preview of several new debuts from Legacy Brooke: White Jade Sautoir, White Sapphire Ring, White Quartz Stud Earrings, White Quartz Sugarloaf Bracelet

(PRESS RELEASE) BEVERLY HILLS, CA – Jeweler Robert Procop and actress-model Brooke Shields will be making their industry debut at Couture this year. Legacy Brooke, their now five-year old philanthropic collaboration, will be on exhibit on Saturday, June 1st, at Wynn Las Vegas, in a private villa. The collection, inspired by Ms. Shield’s royal French ancestry heritage, marries the subtle influences of this storied legacy with her chic and contemporary elegance.

“The starts aligned and it was an opportunity I could not pass up,” shared Mr. Procop regarding his Couture debut. “I have been exhibiting during the Las Vegas shows for more than thirty years. While I have been a longtime admirer of Couture, the timing was not right until now. It will be a very special day.”

The latest debuts from Legacy Brooke feature the introduction of new gemstones to the collection, including white quartz, jade and sapphire.

The proceeds garnered from sales of the collection go to benefit House of Ruth, a transitional housing shelter and program for women and children, helping them realize a better start in life. The charity provides shelter, prevention programs, opportunities and education to those transitioning out of a life of domestic violence.

For more information about his exhibit, or to schedule an appointment, please contact [email protected].

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