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  • Kate Moss for Fred Jewelry Fall/Winter 2011/2012 Ad Campaign

    11. December 2011

    Kate Moss has designed a stunning collection inspired by her tattoos for the legendary house Fred Jewelry. The supermodel also stars in the Fred Jewelry fall/winter 2011/2012 advertisement campaign sporting some super-lovely pieces from her line which includes long necklaces, short pendants, stackable rings, and shaped studs.

    Gorgeous Kate Moss keeps herself extremely busy and takes her designing career to whole new level. After launching her stylish design of handbags for Longchamp and clothes for Topshop, the stunning supermodel has now designed a beautiful collection for Fred Jewelry.

    Kate Moss for Fred Jewelry Fall/Winter 2011/2012 Ad Campaign , photographed by Sonia Sieff

    Kate Moss for Fred Jewelry Fall/Winter 2011/2012 Ad Campaign, photographed by Sonia Sieff.

    There are dreamy white gold secret rings with diamonds, unique satellite rings with pink quartz and rubellite, heart long necklace with diamonds and rubies, or long earrings paved with white and black diamonds. Kate Moss for Fred Jewelry is sold at Harrod’s in London, Fred’s boutiques in France and Tokyo, as well as online. Prices for the jewelry range from $473-$47,300.

    The legendary and prestigious Parisian jeweler has always been a symbol of magical luxury and is best known for the ‘Force 10′ cable motif bracelets that are still a French staple along with the “Success” stacking rings and minimalist pendants.

    Kate Moss for Fred Jewelry Fall/Winter 2011/2012 Ad Campaign , photographed by Sonia SieffKate Moss for Fred Jewelry Fall/Winter 2011/2012 Ad Campaign , photographed by Sonia Sieff

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