The songstress is launching The Barber's Daughters, a collaboration with jeweler Gisèle Theriault. The partnership kicks off Nov. 23 and 24 with a pop-up shop at the Collette Blanchard Gallery, 26 Clinton Street, on NYC's hip Lower East Side.
The hand-crafted jewelry line is all about the power of positive vibes, featuring precious metals inscribed with thoughts, poetry and prayers from the author of "Hidden Messages in Water," Dr. Masaru Emoto.
Grammy winner Keys talks about the idea behind the line in an interview on the collection's site:
"The words, when you read them, they really do resonate with you. They kind of inspire you to want to find that place in yourself," she explained.
At the time of the interview, the singer was wearing a silver oval ring that read: "May you find inspiration and meaning soaked in the wonders of the imagination cradled in compassion of the heart and hold a will to make difference."
Keys isn't the only one in the music industry to get in on the fashion thing, this famous DJ teamed up with Gucci on limited edition sneakers.