Olivia Palermo Launches 'City'-Inspired Jewelry Collection

03/16/2010 at 01:57 PM ET

Elizabeth Lippman

Move over Whitney, there’s a new designer in The City. “Social” Olivia Palermo is channeling her love of accessories into a limited edition collection of five necklaces for New York designer Roberta Freymann. Inspired by Olivia and Roberta’s favorite cities and neighborhoods — including Paris, Berlin’s Mitte and Manhattan’s Tribeca — the collection, ranging in price from $175-$300, will hit Roberta Freymann boutiques nationwide and e-boutique robertarollarrabbit.com on March 24. “I am thrilled to be partnering with Roberta for my first foray into design,” says Olivia in a statement. “As a longtime supporter and admirer of her accessories, I felt a collaboration between Roberta and myself would be an ideal fit. I’m honored and excited to bring a touch of my own personal style aesthetic to her brilliant collection.” And the feeling is mutual: “I love how Olivia uses my accessories to complement other pieces she wears. She looks so elegant and adapts them to her wardrobe effortlessly; the partnership was obvious for me,” says the designer. Tell us: Will you buy Olivia Palermo’s jewels?

by Andrea DeSimone

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k on

she is a stuck up snob. NO WAY

C on

Not a chance.

Susy on

Where is her top from? Can you please do an you asked we found on it?

Macy on

YES! LOVE her! She has amazing style and impeccable taste!

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NO! I don’t care what it looks like, I would never buy anything with that girl’s name on it. She’s so obnoxious!


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