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This Jewelry Collection Was Inspired by Frozen Yogurt

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Unlikely muse of the day: Brooklyn-born jewelry line Sorrelli is launching a collection of accessories inspired by Pinkberry. Rendered in berry-colored Swarovski crystals and antique gold, the pieces range from earrings for $38.40 to a sparkly seven-inch bracelet for $74.40. They'll be available online at Sorrelli's website starting July 15th, but on Thursday, July 19th, you'll be able to browse them in person at a pop-up marking the launch of Brooklyn's first Pinkberry.

Stop by the location—at Seventh Avenue and Garfield Place in Park Slope—from 6pm to 10pm to shop and sample free frozen yogurt. We're told there will be some sort of surprise entertainment for those waiting on line, and 10% of proceeds from sales go to the American Breast Cancer Society's Brooklyn Chapter.
· Sorrelli [Official Site]
· Pinkberry [Official Site]