House of Harlow 1960 Mother’s Day Piece Supports Charity
April 16, 2012 | by —Michelle Ward | Homepage
House of Harlow 1960 debuts a limited-edition necklace for Mother’s Day today that will benefit a local children’s charity. The 14-karat yellow gold plated pyramid station necklace with mother earth green resin jewels will support Baby2Baby, a non-profit that supplies LA families in need with essential baby gear and clothing.
“The color green symbolizes Hope and Growth and that is what every child deserves,” said Nicole Richie, the brand’s founder and creative director, in a statement. "[It’s] a message that goes hand in hand with Baby2Baby’s commitments to helping at-risk, low-income children fulfill their potential.”
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