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At first look, you may think Jemima Kirke has just participated in The Color Run. However, upon closer examination, turns out she's just the face of quite the colorful campaign for Scosha Woolridge's first, full fine-jewelry collection.
Scosha is inspired by the idea of merging the East and the West, based on Indian sensibilities and Western structure. This theme also underscores Woolridge's personal journey, speaking to the designer's transcontinental journey from Australia to New York. The 35-piece collection features white or rose gold with diamonds, rubies, emeralds, sapphires, and opal, which are only enhanced by the colorful splashes and soft movements of Kirke's campaign. The collection is available now, beginning at $450.
Click through to see the full lookbook featuring Kirke and a completely inspired collection.
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