And it’s sustainable.
Prada is about to dazzle you with it’s very first fine jewellery collection.
Following the likes of Giorgio Armani and Gucci, who both introduced some sparkle into their range, the Italian fashion house will debut earrings, bracelets, pendants and necklaces made using sustainably-sourced materials.
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The pieces “are made in 18-carat gold and diamonds sourced from suppliers certified by the Responsible Jewellery Council, a not-for-profit organisation founded in 2015 to promote responsible practices in metal and gemstone processing, from extraction to commercialisation,” reads the press release.
The fine jewellery collection is in addition to the costume jewellery range and will pay tribute to some of the Houses iconic prints such as bananas, guitars, roses, rabbits and robots as well as the triangular logo.
Expected to launch in selected stores and online in May.