Jemima Kirke, star of HBO’s hit series Girls, is now the face of Brooklyn, N.Y.-based Scosha’s new fine jewelry.
According to a statement issued by the company, founder Scosha Woolridge lived with the Kirke family for a bit when she first moved to the United States from Australia.
“The decision to have Jemima model her first fine jewelry collection felt very personal to her,” a rep from Scosha says.
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The 35-piece fine jewelry collection includes rings, bracelets, earrings, necklaces, and a body chain. The jewels are made from yellow, white, or rose gold and accented with diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphires, and opal.
“The collection was inspired by the idea of merging the East and the West, based on Indian sensibility with Western structure,” says Scosha rep Lena Griffin.
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The pieces, which retail from $450 to $13,500, are available at scosha.com.