Jacquie Aiche Unveils a Supermodel Collab
The fine jewelry brand has released a costume collection in collaboration with Candice Swanepoel’s Tropic of C swimwear brand.
The fine jewelry brand has partnered with Tropic of C, the swimwear company from Candice Swanepoel.
The South African model is best known for her work with Victoria’s Secret. Tropic of C, an eco-conscious brand dedicated to reducing its production’s environmental impact by developing fabric alternatives and changing manufacturing processes, is Swanepoel’s next step in the fashion industry.
Nothing goes with a bikini like Jacquie Aiche body jewelry, and the Jacquie Aiche x Tropic of C features nine such styles.
Reduxes of signature Jacquie Aiche jewels in 14-karat gold plated brass with cubic zirconia make up the assortment that spans body chains, belly chains, and ankle bracelets.
“I’ve been wearing Jacquie Aiche jewelry since I was a teenager, specifically her body chains,” said Swanepoel. “This is why I was so excited to collaborate with her and bring my favorite pieces to all the girls that love Tropic of C.”
For designer Aiche, the collaboration’s lower-priced pieces were appealing.
“This collection is inspired by body love,” she said.
“I have always wanted these sensual, playful pieces to be available to more people. I’ve found that they illuminate the body with a golden glow that inspires self-love and makes you shine a little brighter.”
Just launched on the Jacquie Aiche and Tropic of C web sites, the collection retails between $65 and $195.
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