The girl-about-town has turned her hand to design, and created a jewellery range in collaboration with Swarovski Crystallized
Daisy Lowe has taken inspiration from the elements for her debut jewellery range, in collaboration with Swarovski CRYSTALLIZED.
The limited edition capsule collection takes its influence from Miss Lowe's love of fire, wind, water, earth and spirit - with a special five-pointed star reperesenting each of these five elements, encorporated into the pieces.
‘I have always been inspired by the earth and solar system - especially moons and stars,' explains Daisy. ‘Which is why I used them as inspiration when designing my collection for Swarovski CRYSTALLIZED.'
Consisting of a decorative bracelet, necklace and earrings, the collection will be available to buy in January, with prices ranging from £52 to £90.
And, adding some feel-good factor to the model creations, 20% of all proceeds goes to charity Climate Concern - so you can do your bit for the environment as you buy.
The waiting list for Daisy Lowe for Swarovski CRYSTALLIZED opened this week, so if you fancy yourself some Lowe-ly jewels, then sign up now, here!
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