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Karen Walker Turns On The (White Trash) Charm


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July 25 2003

Karen Walker Turns On The (White Trash) Charm

Join the White Trash revival!


This season, Karen Walker stores add the white hot jewellery label, ‘White Trash Charms’ to their stable of fabulous accessory lines.

The line joins super cool brands like Jolene Jewels from London and Servane Gaxotte of Paris as well as Karen Walker’s own signature accessories and a selection of vintage accessories in the Karen Walker Repo collection.

“‘White Trash Charms’, direct from Los Angeles, is designed by Brooke Dulien, a highly sought after stylist with the celebrity crowd,” says Walker.

“Everyone’s after it - a lot of the stars request special customised items of the jewellery made with diamonds and other precious stones. The collection is fun and modern, and I think our customers here will love what they see. It fits with the Karen Walker personality really well.”

The collection has developed a huge following amongst the celebrity crowd and lists amongst its fans Kelly Osbourne, Madonna, Gwen Stefani, Dido, and J. Lo to name but a few.

The theme inspired jewellery combines sophistication, glamour and rock’n’roll in its pieces, which feature designs including pin-up girls in garters and heels, boxing gloves, keyboards, bow ties, cassette tapes, slot machines, Vegas cards and wishbones.

The range retails between $90 and $450, and is available now at all Karen Walker stores.

ENDS

ISSUED FOR AND ON BEHALF OF KAREN WALKER BY PUBLICIS DRUM

Please visit www.whitetrashcharms.com for images, or www.karenwalker.com.

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