Create Your Own Words of Note With Dolce & Gabbana’s Alphabet Collection

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Photos Credit: Dolce & Gabbana

There’s something special about alphabet jewelry adorning your wrists, ears, neck, and fingers in bright, bold colors that can say anything—your name, an acronym, words, or special messages. In Dolce & Gabbana’s new line, the Alphabet fine jewelry collection, women will find rings, pendants, and necklaces with letters made of glittering gemstones like topaz, garnet, amethyst, citrine, peridot, and tourmaline meant to emulate the warmth of Sicily. 

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The latest fine jewelry line from the Italian brand featured a campaign shot by fashion photographer Nima Benati and starred models Beatrice Brusco and Diarra Ndiaye posing with teddy bears and fluffy rabbit with nicknames like Milo, Fred, Cleo, and Zoe. Brusco and Ndiaye pose with the stuffed animals in dark, dramatic, lingerie-style pieces made of lace and brocade, decked out in the colorful alphabet jewelry, furthering the Dolce & Gabbana style of fun and sexy.

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The pieces in the collection are made with precious stones in an array of colors and tones in an ombre rainbow of varying shapes, cuts, and sizes. “Attention to detail, chromatic harmonies, craftsmanship and a pinch of playful lightness narrate a new chapter of Dolce & Gabbana Fine Jewelry: the Alphabet Collection is the new line inspired by the fascinating power of letters which, from initials of a name, can be transformed into words and messages, with endless combinations,” the brand notes.

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