Infamous rocker Pete Doherty is set to launch an antique inspired jewellery line in collaboration with British jeweller Hannah Martin later this month.
The collection, named Albion Trinketry, is set to feature 15 items including cufflinks, rings, pins, neck and watch chains.
Hannah Martin was identified as a Hot 100 Trendsetter by Professional Jeweller earlier this year.
The muse for the range is Doherty himself with the pieces said to reflect the former Libertines’ "style of personalising his antique finds."
Once launched, the designers will also create bespoke commissions to order on top of the set collection.
Albion Trinketry will initially be sold in Joseph stores in London and Paris later in the month and an official website will also shortly be launched.
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