The first line of jewelry is reported to be art deco inspired with gold-plate brass, Swarovski crystals, jade and onyx. Pieces include tassel earrings, tassel necklaces and knotted earrings, cuffs and necklaces. They will launch exclusively at Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman ranging in price from $195 to $695.
Cold weather accessories include hats, hoods, cashmere scarves, fingerless gloves. There are pieces in leather, pony hair, faux fur and real fox and rabbit fur. Prices should range from $95 to $1500 with no news yet on where it will be sold.
Zoe told WWD that she created these pieces to be able to style her show in the Rachel Zoe Collection head to toe.
While her collection has surpassed expectations, the future of her reality television show, The Rachel Zoe Project, is still up in the air. The show hasn’t been picked up for a fifth season yet, despite the fact that her former employees Brad Goreski and Taylor Jacobson have both gone on to get their own reality shows.
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