Angelina Jolie Makes a Statement with New Jewelry Collaboration

12/06/2010 at 02:30 PM ET

Angelina Jolie Designs Jewelry Collection for a Cause

Angelina Jolie is once again putting her celebrity power to good use, this time lending her glamorous and elegant touch to a charitable jewelry collection. The A-list actress has teamed with jeweler and former Asprey CEO Robert Procop of Robert Procop Exceptional Jewels to design jaw-dropping pendants, rings and more, all centered around statement stones. “Angelina has very classic style. These are pieces she wears herself,” Procop, who has been designing pieces for Angelina for the past decade, tells WWD of  the collection. Angelina even wore one of the pieces, a black spinel necklace bezel set in rose gold, to the Berlin premiere of Salt earlier this year. And just like the $10,000 cufflink collection that she and husband Brad Pitt designed for Asprey last year, the proceeds from the latest line will benefit her charity, the Education Partnership for Children of Conflict. While the stunning assortment of exceptional pieces will not be sold in stores, they will be made available privately to Procop’s clients. A holiday gift that gives back to those in need? Sounds to us like the perfect luxe stocking stuffer. –Jessie Goldberg

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