Demi Moore's Valentine's Day Gift that Gives Back

02/07/2011 at 12:30 PM ET

Demi Moore Creates Valentine's Day Jewelry
George Pimentel/Getty; Inset: Courtesy Jack Vartanian

Demi Moore is really feeling — and spreading — the love this Valentine’s Day. The philanthropic actress, along with her husband Ashton Kutcher, has partnered with Brazilian jeweler Jack Vartanian to create a special collection of necklaces to benefit their charity. The handcuff-inspired pieces come in variations of white, yellow and rose gold and black and white diamonds, and in the true spirit of love, it’s for a good cause–50 percent of sales through February 14 will be donated to the Demi and Ashton Foundation (DNA), a non-profit organization that raises awareness about child sex slavery. The necklaces, which range in price from $710-$2,140, are on sale at Kim Peiffer


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