Ring, earrings and cuff from "The Kardashian Collection," a collaboration with Virgins, Saints & Angels. Photo courtesy of Virgins, Saints & Angels

"Keeping up with the Kardashians" now requires designing jewelry.

The style conscious sisters are teaming up with accessories brand Virgins, Saints & Angels to launch The Kardashian Collection. Set to debut next spring, the initial offering of 15 to 20 pieces will include rings, necklaces and earrings; all of which will retail for between $60 and $500 at better boutiques.

"Being Armenian has always been a huge part of our life growing up and I can't wait to share our culture and heritage with everyone," Kim Kardashian says in a release.

Adding, "Armenia is a culture rich in tradition, and with the help of Virgins, Saints & Angels we were able to captivate its very essence by designing a unique line of jewelry reflecting and honoring our Armenian roots."

Kourtney Kardashian admits that growing up, she always dreamed of being a fashion designer.

"I am so blessed that I'm starting to work on that dream with my amazing sisters," she says in the release. "I can't wait to be able to wear our own jewelry representative of our culture!"

Owner, designer and CFDA inductee Cheryl Finnegan founded Virgins, Saints & Angels, a line that showcases necklaces, rings, cuffs, key chains, money clips and belt buckles featuring classic gods, goddesses, gypsies, angels, hamsas, hearts and its signature design -- the San Benito.

The collection is a combination of relics and new designs, all handcrafted in Mexico and plated in sterling silver or 18K gold. Celeb fans include Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, David Beckham and Jessica Alba.

"We're all really into fashion so it was cool having the opportunity to gain experience on the creative end of this project," Khloe Kardashian wrote on her blog. "Each store will be able to custom design each piece for their store so the line will be unique each time!"

We wonder if Khloe used that ginormous rock from Lamar Odom as inspiration.

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