Last Updated on February 10, 2022 by TPS Blog Admin
Celebrities have always been admired for their fashion-forward and glamorous lifestyles. And some of
our favorite stars have leaned into this lifestyle with gusto, launching their own celebrity jewelry brands. Some of these celeb-owned brands and lines might even be hiding under your nose in the stores you shop at most.
Here are some of our favorite celebrity-owned jewelry brands and lines.
The GOAT (greatest of all time) tennis player has had a jewelry line for over a decade. Initially launched in 2009 with HSN (the Home Shopping Network), Williams has been able to sustain a full-fledged celebrity jewelry line. The best part: the line features enough variety in styles and prices accessible to anyone.
The breadth and variety of styles make owning a piece of Serena Williams’ jewelry easy, depending on taste and budget.
Low to mid. Her website has a good sorting method that lets you shop by budget.
Williams makes an effort to ensure her necklaces, bracelets, and rings are responsibly sourced. This means extra attention to maintaining the highest standards for working conditions, safety, and sustainability.
Sustainable jewelry means timeless pieces without an expiration date. Think classic styles. Sleek, fine metals. Beautiful precious gemstones. For true elegance designed to last a lifetime, shop our collection of Pearl Necklaces. Browse our assortment of sophisticated Akoya gems of the sea, luscious Tahitian Pearls or glam Golden Pearls and find your dream neckpiece.
You can’t think of celebrity jewelry without running into Kim Kardashian. The reality TV-turned business mogul has had her hands in dozens of projects. Among them, her Belle Noel jewelry line that she launched back in 2011. Initially available at Bloomingdale’s, Kardashian sought to make the line affordable to many while still keeping the jewelry classic and timeless with subtle cues to her own personality.
Under $100 from the one site we found.
This particular celebrity jewelry line has been sold out for quite some time. If you’re lucky, you may be able to find it through secondhand sources.
Jessica Simpson has been able to find success across a number of ventures, including her fashion and jewelry line. Her eponymous line launched in 2011 and can be found in various department stores such as Macy’s and Amazon. Her designs range in style and can be found in gold and silver. For gemstone lovers on a budget, this is definitely a line worth considering.
Jessica Simpson’s line is one of the most successful celebrity-owned jewelry collections, making it her most lucrative initiative yet.
Affordable to pricey depending on the items.
Simpson’s line has been highly successful. In fact, it hit $1B in sales back in 2015.
We can’t discuss celebrity fashion without mentioning Rihanna. Best known for her Fenty make-up products, she previously partnered with LVMH on a high-fashion line that includes bold and loud earrings, ear cuffs, and bracelets.
Rihanna was one of the first to pioneer fashion and makeup for all shades of color. The aftermath: captivating a wide audience while showing other companies it was a benefit to tailor to different skin colors rather than a hindrance.
Over $300 for earrings and bracelets.
She recently made the news for becoming a billionaire thanks to her Fenty Beauty line, highlighting her success beyond the music realm.
Gwyneth Paltrow has created a mini-empire born from her Goop site, a wellness and lifestyle brand that has branched out into fashion and jewelry. In addition, Paltrow launched a new jewelry line this year as part of her G. Label collection, citing her love of jewelry and her daughter as inspiration.
Paltrow’s pieces have a timeless look, taking a minimalist aesthetic, even with the gemstone-forward pieces.
These high-end pieces are priced above $500, reaching past $2,000 for larger styles.
Paltrow made a splash when launching this line. Various media outlets picked up on the fact that Paltrow modeled the pieces topless, covering her body appropriately.
Among her many endeavors, Kerry Washington has also invested in Aurate, an ethical and sustainable fine jewelry brand. Earlier this year, she took her investment further, launching her own line with Aurate. Her line is called The Birth of Mother collection, taking inspiration from motherhood and the ocean.
Washington’s pieces are made from 100% recycled gold and are one of the few lines featured here that incorporate pearls.
Moderate: Each piece or pair ranges from $120 to nearly $500.
Washington was impressed by the company and its founders — two immigrant women looking to create and provide equal opportunity to all women.
Angelina Jolie famously released her high-end jewelry line as a partnership with Robert Procop in 2012. The line is tied to Jolie’s charity, The Education Partnership for Children of Conflict. The jewelry line is still sold and currently features high-end jewelry and emeralds. It’s an extremely limited (and pricey) line but supports a good cause.
Sales proceeds go to charity and build schools in Afghanistan.
Extremely high. The prices are not publicly published.
A rep from Robert Procop says there’s very little availability. In fact, only a few independent jewelry retailers (as well as some Saks Fifth Ave stores) carry Jolie’s celebrity jewelry line.
Celeb jewelry comes with all types of price tags and caters to a wide clientele – from the ones on a tight budget to collectors with expensive tastes. There’s something for everyone out there looking to update their jewelry box with a new piece that has a Hollywood stamp.
The right pair of earrings can take your style from the office to the cocktail party with ease. Classic studs. Dangle styles. Huggies and threaders – or all of the above. Pick your favorite pair featuring pearls in radiant white, pastel peach and pink, stunning gold, or iridescent black.
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