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Diane Von Furstenberg is launching a jewellery line

The designer returns to the bling business with Haskell Jewels

By Andrea Tim | Published: 4 Aug 2014

DVF does jewellery
Photo: Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images

How would you like a Diane Von Furstenberg necklace to show off the beautiful neckline her wrap dresses flaunt? You're in luck, because the designer has returned to the jewellery business, working with Haskell Jewels to create a vast array of necklaces, rings, earrings, and bracelets.

"We were in business together 30 years ago, and now we're back," Diane said. "I still am doing fine jewellery, but people ask me for costume jewellery. They want to have the $300 necklace."

Along with her fine jewellery collection, the recently re-elected CFDA president will also design more affordable pieces, which price tags ranging from $68 to $628.

We're looking forward to seeing the sophisticated aesthetic we know Diane for in the collection, which will launch early February 2015. No guessing what our Valentine's Day wish lists will include.

Related: Emma Roberts talks of her love for the DvF wrap dress
Related: Diane von Furstenberg is one of Forbes Most Powerful Women 2014


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