Model and Parisian jeweller collaborate on collection of 22 pieces.
Model and designer Kate Moss has turned her hand to jewellery with Parian jewellers Fred, creating a collaborative collection with the company comprising stacking rings, diamond-set pendants and delicate studs.
Moss, who has previously designed fashion and accessories for Topshop, has followed in the footsteps of other British celebrities such as Cheryl Cole by creating collaborative jewellery collection with a European brand.
The range includes anchor-shaped studs and a pendant designed to match Moss’s anchor tattoo on her wrist. Half moons, stars and faceted heart-shaped gems also feature in a collection of white and rose gold stacking rings.
The collection retail from €490 (£420), for a diamond-set moon pendant or gemstone stack ring and peak at approximately £30,000 for a ruby and diamond lariat necklace. It was launched on Saturday and will enter Fred stores in Tokyo and France and will also sell through Harrods in London.
Fred is owned by LVMH which also owns jewellery brands Chaumet and Bulgari. Moss has previously modelled for America jewellery brand David Yurman, with a number of naked photo shoots for the brand.
Moss was married earlier this year in a ceremony in Gloucester, exchanging simple gold wedding bands with her partner Jamie Hince. Hince proposed to Moss with a vintage diamond engagement ring in February this year and it is reported that Moss had quipped that she would be the most famous Kate to marry in 2011. Her wedding was covered over several pages in British Vogue’s August issue.