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Angelina Jolie Designs Jewelry For Charity

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In an effort to raise money for the Educational Partnership for Children of Conflict, Angelina Jolie is designing an exclusive line of jewelry for Robert Procop.

Sadly, even if you’re dying for a Jolie original, these designs won’t be available at your local store — or available at all. The super expensive pieces made with rare stones will be sold by Procop to a few select clients.

The organization that will benefit from the sales seeks to improve the quality of life of children who have been affected by war and natural disasters.

Jolie, co-founder of the organization, said:

“These are the children who most need a safe place to learn, a place to heal, a place to learn reconciliation, a place to build a better future and a place – to just be children. Yet the education for these children is often forgotten. Tens of millions of children and adolescents in conflict are not in school.”

This is Jolie’s second time venturing into the jewelry design business with the goal of raising money for charity. Previously she and Brad designed a line of gold and silver pieces for the company Asprey. The proceeds also went to benefit the Educational Partnership for Children of Conflict.

Via Tonic

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