Asprey’s $11,000 Cufflinks Designed by Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt can now add jewelry designers to their long list of accomplishments. The philanthropic couple created an $11,000 pair of black diamond, emerald and 18k white gold serpent cufflinks for the luxury goods house, Asprey.
The proceeds from the sales will benefit the Education Partnership For Children of Conflict (EPCC), which was co-founded by Jolie. The foundation was organized to educate child victims of war, conflict and natural disasters. Jolie and Pitt are ardent devotees to charity and these cufflinks will not only make a style statement but it will also show your philanthropic side.
Jolie and Pitt created this collection of jewelry, called the Protector collection, which only offered women and children’s designer jewelry until the couple decided to expand it to include men. The cufflinks are the first item in the line available to men. They are dazzling and classy without being ostentatious. They are limited edition fine jewels and each piece is handcrafted at Asprey’s flagship London store in New Bond Street. These cufflinks will last a lifetime and are perfect in conjunction with the woman’s line. The cuff links match the women and children’s collection, which include serpent rings, earrings and a pendant. There are also birth certificate holders, spoons and bowls available with the serpent emblem. The Jolie-Pitts did not comment on the cufflinks except to endorse their prized charity.
These exclusive cufflinks are now on sale at Asprey stores in London, New York, Beverly Hills, and Dubai.