Angelina Jolie's jewellery at Cannes

Angelina Jolie at Cannes Film Festival wore an emerald bracelet and ring from her "Style of Jolie" jewellery collection. Proceeds from the sale go to the star's charity "The Education Partnership for Children of Conflict."

Style of Jolie Emerald Bracelet from her developed with jeweller Robert Procop. The bracelet features 14 Columbian green emeralds.

Angelina Jolie at Cannes Film Festival wore an emerald bracelet and ring from her "Style of Jolie" jewellery collection. Proceeds from the sale go to the star's charity "The Education Partnership for Children of Conflict." Posing next to a panda for the launch of Kung Fu Panda 2 at the Cannes Film FestivalAngelina Jolie used the photo opportunity to raise the profile of her jewels that help raise funds for the charity "The Education Partnership for Children of Conflict." This emerald tablet bracelet is a hint of what the rest of the "Style of Jolie"  collection will look like. Think big, coloured stones and classic designs fit for a Hollywood diva. And as for prices, well they are as exclusive as the jewels and available only on request. Even if you can afford one of these jewels with a double dose of philanthropic and celebrity sparkle, you will have to get into Procop's little black book as they won't be for sale in shops. In fact, this project is so fresh, that you will have to wait a few days to see the full collection at  Robert Procop's yet to be launched website. Robert Procop and Angelina Jolie go back a long way. Procop has been draping Jolie in his glamorous gems for almost a decade and most recently,  sourced the jewels for Jolie's latest film "The Tourist."

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