Selena Gomez Shows Off LOFT's Chic and Charitable Jewelry Collaborations

10/05/2010 at 09:30 AM ET

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With a burgeoning music and movie career, not to mention a wildly-popular clothing line under her belt,  Selena Gomez has been one busy girl—but not too busy to devote her time to a charitable cause. Along with songstress Katharine McPhee, the Disney starlet has joined LOFT in the fight against breast cancer by wearing a ring-style necklace ($34.50) designed by Anna Sheffield who, along with other notable jewelry designers, created a limited-edition collection for the retailer. “The heirloom-inspired ring worn on layered chains is a design that symbolizes commitment,” said the designer. “This piece represents our commitment to breast cancer awareness.” Other coveted designers, like Me&Ro and Kara Ross, have joined LOFT’s efforts to “think pink” for October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, with a chic gold antique-looking charm bracelet ($34.50) from Me&Ro reportedly catching the eye of Emmy Rossum. Meanwhile Entourage beauty Emmanuelle Chriqui has been busy accessorizing with Kara Ross’s geometric, mosaic-like chain bracelet ($39.50). Available today in LOFT stores and at, $5 from each piece of jewelry sold will benefit The Breast Cancer Research Foundation, which is a non-for-profit organization dedicated to funding initiative clinical and translational research worldwide. –Jessie Goldberg

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Hayley on

Selena Gomez is my idol.

mari on

Glad to see that Katharine McPhee is also involved!

BieberGomez on

Selena Gomez is good rolemodel. Even though she is busy being a celebrity,she has time to help.

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