The PowerHouse of Taylor

At first glance, Kathy Ireland and Elizabeth Taylor seem to be an unlikely pair. Ireland, a former swimsuit model, has built her name into a billion-dollar brand that popularizes her as a friend to working mothers and everyday women. Taylor, one of the 20th century's most famous cultural icons, is the archetype of the glamorous movie star, a woman whose every move—and every over-the-top jewelry acquisition—has been chronicled by the media for more than 50 years. Their commonality lies beneath their Hollywood personas: Both have successfully translated their names into brands—fragrances for Taylor and fashion and home decor for Ireland—and both recognize the potential to expand those brands into fine jewelry, an industry known for its dearth of recognizable brands. So, earlier this year, thanks to their shared management company, Sterling Winters in Los Angeles, they forged a

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