Think Pink With Kendra Scott’s Second Barbie Collection
Released ahead of the Barbie movie, the nine-piece collection includes a Barbie nameplate, sparkly pink hoops, and a charm bracelet.
Kendra Scott is ready to supply the jewelry, teaming up with toy maker Mattel for the second time on a new collection that debuted earlier this month.
The nine-piece collection includes two bracelets, three necklaces, and four styles of earrings, mixing Kendra Scott’s signature designs with Barbie’s pink palette.
The gold-tone pieces are 14-karat gold over brass while the silver-tone jewels are rhodium over brass.
The famous Mattel doll has long been a source of inspiration for Kendra Scott, the jewelry company’s founder and executive chairwoman.
“Barbie left an impression on me as a little girl,” said Scott. “She let the world know you could be anything you wanted to, but what was most important, more than any job or outfit, was being yourself.
“We’re excited to release this new collection that celebrates the legacy of Barbie, the spirit of individuality, and gives back to the next generation of young women.”
SEE: The New Barbie x Kendra Scott Collection
Twenty percent of every purchase of the “Emilie” stud earrings will be donated to Girls Inc., a nonprofit founded in 1864 that advocates for legislation and policies that protect the rights of girls and increase the opportunities available to them.
The proceeds will be donated via the Barbie Dream Gap Project, the brand’s global initiative created to raise awareness about the factors that stop girls from reaching their full potential.
The limited-edition collection, ranging in price from $60 to $130, is available now at Kendra Scott stores and online.
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