Angelina Jolie launches Style of Jolie

Angelina Jolie and jeweller Robert Procop showcase Style of Jolie jewels in South of France while Brad attends Cannes Film Festival

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The Style of Jolie jewellery line designed by Robert Procop with Angelina Jolie is making an appearance in the South of France, just as the summer season starts to get into swing.

The jewels can be seen at the Grand Hotel in Cap Ferrat and Monaco's prestigious Hotel de Paris between 15 July - 15 August offering fans of jewellery and Jolie the first ever opportunity to see close up these jewels to bear the actress's name and style. All proceeds from the sale of the jewels donated to the star's charitable foundation, the Education Partnership for Children of Conflict, which benefits children in need around the world.
 
Robert Procop, who was recently revealed to be the designer behind Angelina Jolie's engagement ring, launched the Style of Jolie just over a year ago, with many of the jewels worn on (and off) the red carpet by Angelina Jolie herself. With the jewels normally only available to view by private appointment, the pop-up showcases in the South of France will offer unprecedented access to the collection and the chance for visitors to meet Robert Procop who can discuss the Style of Jolie in more detail. It is also expected that Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt will attend the showcases to lend their support and garner further interest in the Style of Jolie and the worthy international causes that benefit from funds raised by the collection.
 
Robert Procop is recognised as one of the world's leading jewellers and gemstone specialists and he has been a longstanding trusted private jeweller to international dignitaries, royalty, celebrities and other discerning connoisseurs. So he should be right at home in the lovely Cote d'Azur.

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