Reeds Jewelers Teams Up with Netflix on ‘Rebel Moon’ Jewelry
The collection is inspired by the new sci-fi film directed by Zack Snyder.
The sci-fantasy film is directed by Zack Snyder, the man behind several notable action and superhero films, including the 2004 remake of "Dawn of the Dead," "Justice League," "Wonder Woman," and "Aquaman."
The film follows Kora, played by Sofia Boutella, as she assembles a team of trained fighters to protect her colony, located on the edge of a galaxy, and its villagers against the armies of tyrant Regent Balisarius.
“Rebel Moon – Part One: A Child of Fire” was released in theaters Dec. 15 and started streaming on Netflix yesterday.
The “Rebel Moon by Reeds” collection embodies “the themes of strength, hope and compassion envisioned” by Snyder, said the company.
Designer Jaime Maynard was behind the jewels, creating gender neutral styles in sterling silver and 14-karat gold.
The 10-piece collection includes pendants and faceted rings, adorned with symbolism from the film and its characters.
“We’re excited to bring to life Rebel Moon’s epic adventure with fine jewelry designs inspired by the strength of characters, their wardrobe and accessories, as well as replicas of the rings worn in the film,” said Judy Fisher, chief merchandising officer of Reeds Jewelers.
“Zack Snyder’s attention to detail in every aspect of what Rebel Moon’s characters wear and carry with them, and the symbolism and new languages in the universe, gave us an incredible amount to work with. We’ve mirrored Rebel Moon’s level of detail and story of hope with a collection of intricately crafted gender-neutral necklaces and rings using engraving, sculptural elements, mixed precious metals, and unique gemstones.”
Each piece comes with a certificate of authenticity and features a hidden Rebel Moon logo only visible to the wearer.
The jewels range in price from $325 to $1,650.
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