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Next Monday through Thursday, 26 Clinton Street plays host to a pop-up shop of jewelry designed by Alicia Keys. WWD had some photos of the line, done in conjunction with designer Gisèle Theriault and named The Barber's Daughters, and...well, the fact that they're inscribed with poetry maybe should be a warning sign. As Refinery put it in their headline, "Alicia Keys Has the Same Taste in Jewelry As Your Elementary School Art Teacher." We also got a distinct hippie-mom vibe, so if your mom is a hippie, this might be a good place to get her a holiday present. Stop by on Tuesday, and you might even be able to get Ms. Keys to autograph the box. One caveat: WWD reports that the collection retails from "$85 to $2,500," which is an awfully wide range.
· Alicia Keys Launching Jewelry Line [WWD, subscription req'd]
· Alicia Keys Has the Same Taste in Jewelry As Your Elementary School Art Teacher [Refinery29]
· Collabs [Racked]