The model adds a fresh take on the US-based fine jeweler's signature shapes, creating youthful yet sophisticated hand-crafted pieces in 18k gold and silver that are infused with a little subtle sparkle.
These include a pavé diamond-encrusted version of the fine jeweler's iconic bold link 'Cherish' chain, featuring organic, polished and hammered surfaces, hand-sculpted gold drop earrings featuring three open discs with a wavy finish, and sculptural wrap rings with looped and sloping edges set with pavé diamonds.
Pricing for the fall capsule starts at $195, and goes up to $55,000.
The collection will be available from August 25 at Ippolita's flagship in New York City, and retailers in the US, Canada, Cayman Islands, Turks and Caicos, and the United Arab Emirates.
Kendall, who dons the role of creative collaborator, will also front the collection's ad campaign, shot in New York by Ryan McGinley. The historic St. Josaphat's Monastery, a 74-room Tudor Revival mansion in Glen Cove, Long Island, served as the first shoot location, followed by New York's iconic Highline Stages.
“My jewelry comes from a place of art and personal expression; therefore, I love collaborating with artists and style influencers,” said Ippolita Rostagno, Chief Creative Officer and founder of the brand established in 1999.
“I'm thrilled to have Kendall represent the brand -- she has a wonderful fashion sense and an enviable ease about her,” Rostagno added.
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