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From runway model to Alexander Wang stylist to RVCA design ambassador to Low Luv jewelry designer to fine jeweler: Erin Wasson is one driven babe. When she's not busy spreading her gratuitous hippie wisdom across our town, the LA-based top model is busy brainstorming additional ways to expand her creativity.
This summer, Wasson will launch Wasson, "a 25-piece range made in Los Angeles from sterling silver, 14-karat gold, diamonds and pearls, and retails from $500 to $2,500," WWD reports. Inspired by "architectural elements such as windowpanes, doors and fences as well as car headlights from the Fifties," the masculine-meets-feminine collection focuses less on trends and more on timelessness, similar to Wasson's personal style.
Fun fact: despite being gifted just about every designer It item under the sun (we imagine), the model claims that her closet is "quite boring."