Featuring the same worldly and ethnic aesthetic as the parent brand, Robin by Me&Ro is comprised of 15 pieces -- including a three row petal necklace, flower pendant, stackable rings, hoop earrings and pieces with etchings of symbols (for which the brand is famous) meaning "Courage," "Fearlessness" and "Devotion," all of which are brass-plated in silver or gold -- ranging from $29.95 to $99.95.
"I am excited to have the opportunity to design a more affordable line that so many of Me&Ro's fans have inquired about over the years," Robin Renzi, designer of Me&Ro and Robin by Me&Ro, said.
John Bosco, HSN's Senior VP of Jewelry Merchandising, is equally enthusiastic, adding: "We are thrilled to welcome world-renowned designer Robin Renzi to HSN. She has translated the line beautifully into a collection that offers the same distinct look and appeal as her precious metal collection, Me&Ro, at a highly accessible pricepoint."
This news coincides with jeweler Stephen Dweck , who has pieces in the Smithsonian and Met Museum, launching a diffusion collection, Dweck Diamonds, of more accessibly priced diamonds for QVC on October 27.
"It has always been my vision to work in diamonds in a unique way that incorporates my love for nature," Dweck said in a statement. "My new collection allows me to offer accessible luxury to the QVC jewelry collector."
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