Nikki Reed (Rosalie Hale) celebrated the launch of her jewelry line, Mattlin Era, with 7 For All Mankind clothing line in Troy, Michigan on May 7th.
You’re quite the triple threat (actress, singer, designer). Did you find this foray into jewelry to be a daunting process?
“No, I’ve always had a desire to design. My great grandmother on my father’s side was a jewelry designer and my grandmother is a ceramic-tile muralist; very much a pioneer in her own right. My whole family is filled with artists, actually — my brother is a painter, my dad is sculptor, and my mom is a beautician. I love creating and I wanted to make something tangible that I could hold and wear. Designing jewelry is a totally different form of expression. I actually do this all myself and someone later helps me draw to scale. When I got the call to do the collaboration with 7 For All Mankind, I was so excited. The phone call came at 8am; by 2pm I had a ton of drawings already done.”
You and Paul sing and write songs together. Does he also get a say in the jewelry line?
“With the first collection, I was constantly bouncing ideas off of him. He loves to be involved in everything I do, down to what I wear everyday. We bounce everything off each other.”
What’s the inspiration behind the collaboration?
“It’s all about love, so it just fits with what my life is right now. All Paul and I write about is love, so parts of about 20 little love notes I wrote are engraved on some of the jewelry.”
Kristen faves 7FAM skinny jeans a lot! I love the starry night earrings! And that white blazer I want bad!! Go check Mattlin Era jewelry out at 7 For All Mankind7 Comentarios
Kristen Stewart attended the annual Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (aka Met Gala) in New York City May 6th. The theme this year is Punk: Chaos to Couture
Kristen is wearing a Stella McCartney jumpsuit