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Sarah Jessica Parker Now Has a Jewelry Collection

It’s called the Flawless Diamond Collection.

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Actress Sarah Jessica Parker has teamed up with Kat Florence to release a new jewelry collection.

The line is called the Flawless Diamond Collection, Harper’s Bazaar reports.

The magazine notes that the pieces start at about $1,600 “and each diamond is of the highest D grade.”

Women’s Wear Daily reports that “the collection includes 100 designs, with limited production runs of 10 to 15 pieces per style.”

In the collaboration, Parker is helping with both the design and the promotion, serving as the face of a new campaign photographed by Peter Lindbergh.

Harper’s Bazaar quoted Parker saying: “Kat is a woman doing this her own way and you feel lucky and privileged to be wearing her jewelry.”

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Florence is based in London.


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Sarah Jessica Parker Now Has a Jewelry Collection

Sarah Jessica Parker collaborated with Kat Florence to release a new jewelry collection.

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