Known for strutting her fabu-stuff on runways from New York to Paris, and for her spectacular print presence, uber model Coco Rocha is now utilizing her design skills to benefit charity.
Rocha paired up with Senhoa, an aid organization helping Cambodian victims of human trafficking, after receiving a piece made by the women of Senhoa on her wedding day in June 2010.
She told WWD, “They asked if I wanted to partner up with them to do a jewelry line. I designed it and the girls make it and the proceeds go to the girls”.
Supermodel friends Iman and Caroline Trentini were enlisted for the print campaign.
The collection features seven pieces: 2 earring sets, 2 bracelets, 1 necklace and 2 body pieces,
all of which arehand made with beaded clear, black and multi-colored Swarovski Elements in a distinct chain-link of silver and gunmetal.
Prices range from $60 to $195, with the exception of one body piece that retails for $995.
Fabulous – non?