Angelina Jolie’s Jewelry Line to Fund Schools

The collection is a collaboration with high-end designer Robert Procop, the jeweler who created her engagement ring

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Angelina Jolie first announced in 2010 her jewelry collaboration with high-end designer Robert Procop, the jeweler who created her engagement ring, and now the long-awaited collection will be available on April 4 at an upscale Kansas City-based store called Tivol, according to Reuters.

Since news of the collaboration was announced, there have been glimpses of “The Style of Jolie” line at various high-end auctions and pop-up shops in the south of France and Monaco. The collection had previously been sold only by private appointment to Procop’s clients, Women’s Wear Daily noted.

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All proceeds from “The Style of Jolie” are going to the actress-humanitarian’s nonprofit organization, the Education Partnership for Children of Conflict, which builds schools for girls in impoverished countries. Although the jewelry designs have been revealed, prices for the pieces remain a mystery.

In a letter on Procop’s website, the jeweler said, “The first funds from our collaboration together have been dedicated to the Education Partnership for Children in Conflict to build a school in Afghanistan.”

Jolie, the goodwill ambassador for the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, funded the girls-only primary school in an area outside of Kabul. The school opened in November, and has space for up to 300 students, though it isn’t Jolie’s first foray into the country; her first was a girls’ school in eastern Afghanistan that opened in 2010.

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