Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt Design $10,000 Cufflinks For a Cause!

05/12/2010 at 01:00 PM ET

Courtesy Asprey; Jen Lowery/StarTraks

In case you’re searching for the Father’s Day gift to end all Father’s Day gifts: Renaissance power couple Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have unveiled their first men’s design for venerable British jewelry house Asprey. As part of jeweler’s limited-edition Protector collection, Angelina and Brad have designed a pair of diamond cufflinks, available at Asprey stores now. Sharing the same serpent-inspired motif as the rest of the collection (snakes were a symbolic guardian talisman during the actress’s first pregnancy), the 18k white gold cufflinks are encrusted with elegant black diamonds and punctuated with emerald snake eyes. As much a philanthropic gift as a fashion statement, the cufflinks retail for a cool $10,000, with 100% of net proceeds going to the Education Partnership for Children of Conflict (EPCC), a charitable organization co-founded by Jolie. The collection also includes a jewelled ring and bracelets, as well as children’s items like a tooth box and silver egg cup. For more info on Angelina and Brad’s Protector collection, visit –Marissa Patlingrao Cooley

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karen on

I love how these two are suppose to be promoting the welfare of the poor and disadvantage and yet take every opportunity to show the world the opulence in which they live, which is lived on the backs of the worlds poor and disadvantaged. I mean really hasn’t anyone heard of “Blood Diamonds” and how the whole diamond trade is creating tragedy for the african continent. These two are such phonies.

Lucifer on

Hey Karen…did you ever consider, that to get rich people to donate money, sometimes, you have to provide them with some beautiful and conveted incentive? Grow a brain will ya?

Coreen on

I hate it when celebrities say they designed something….I have seen this over and over again. They don’t design a thing…they hook up with designers who design it and they say, yeah, I like that and suddenly they are designers.

steph on

quit judging,nobody knows what goes on behind close doors.Besides it was like 5 years ago, yall act like yall were in a relationship with him. The design is nice!

Diana on

faith – snakes represent the devil, the same way some men think women represent all thats weak.. after all we gave Adam the apple. What a moronic train of thought.

It’s cuff links – stylish and unaffordable – but then they weren’t designed for us common folk.

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Raquel on

I agree with Bill 100%!!!

Raquel on

I’m just waiting for this marriage to fall apart—you know what does around comes around!! They both were commiting adultery when Brad was married to Jennifer. And there was an “emotional” afffair before that to make it worse!! Your both a good actor and actress—but when it comes to morals and values you have no code of conduct!
Oh, by the way, helping children always helps the image tho!

Deborah on

I do not like snakes but I love these-And of course it is for a good cause-as alwasy the Pitt-Jolie Family are tremendous charity people. Thank you!

j on

yeah, creepy…

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