Jolie gem collection 'a labour of love'

Jolie gem collection 'a labour of love'

Angelina Jolie's jewellery collection is a "labour of love".

The 36-year-old actress has co-designed her range, Style of Jolie, with Robert Procop, who insists the Oscar-winning star pours her heart into her latest creations, with 100% of the profits going to the brunette beauty's charity Education Partnership for Children of Conflict.

He said: "It’s a labour of love. Our commitment is always supporting the children's charity, which remains the overall intention and purpose of the collection."

Angelina - who raises six children with fiance Brad Pitt - is also hoping to extend her charity work by using funds from her jewellery sales for a girls school in Qala Gadu, Afghanistan.

Robert insists he and Angelina "strive for nothing less than artistic innovation with every jewel", and he believes it is easily recognisable that the range is in her "classically chic" style.

He added to People: "She is very classically chic. We cultivated this style, which echoes a woman's timeless allure. When you see the collection, it has a distinction.

"When you look at it, you recognise that it's the Style of Jolie."

The Beverly Hills jeweller also created Angelina's $250,000 engagement ring with input from Brad, who was "heavily involved" in the design process.

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