Jewelry designer releases pieces used in Sex and the City 2
on Wednesday,May 26,2010 23:05
Rodrigo Otazu, a jewelry designer, has announced a new line of accessories that were featured in the upcoming film, Sex and the City 2, which will hit theaters Thursday.
The collection features necklaces, earrings and bracelets that were designed specifically for Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda. These accessories were used in the wardrobe decisions made by famed stylist Patricia Field, who is responsible for the notable - and sometimes outrageous - fashions that are a signature feature of the Sex and the City series.
Now, avid viewers can create their own New York City-inspired outfits, as the designer is selling the featured collection on his website and giving his customers the opportunity to show them off.
Individuals who purchase any of the accessories featured in the movie will be entered to win a trip to the Big Apple and take part in a meet-and-greet event with the designer. The winner will also gain access to Elizabeth Taylor's amfAR Aids Benefit Gala, which will be hosted by recording artist Kylie Minogue and honor legendary designer Jean-Paul Gaultier, according to the company's website.
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