2NE1 Collaborates with 'Chrome Hearts' Jewelry Line
By Staff Writer | May 20, 2013 10:12 AM EDT
Something new is coming to all 2NE1 fanatics. The group is set to release a jewelry line this June, a collaboration with a luxury brand of jewelry, Chrome Hearts.
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YG Entertainment has confirmed that Shinsegae department store chose 2NE1 as their special model. Their promotional poster will be displayed on the store and will run from May 29 to June 27. Shinsegae also will be responsible in holding the events for 2NE1 jewelry release with Chrome Hearts.
Starting May 29, Shinsegae Department Store is set to open a pop up store for Chrome Hearts and this will showcase exclusive 2NE1 special edition products that the group participated in.
2NE1 jewelry will be on display and sold only in Korea for about a month and then set to released worldwide. 2NE1 fans will be delighted in acquiring one of their top of the line jewelry. 2NE1 also has a special participation in choosing the designs and also collaborates with the production in planning their jewelry line. They also made a gift catalog which can help their fans in selecting the right gift. 2NE1 also sets to interact with customers and k-pop fans in this special event and share some of their lifestyle tips.
Another great news is CL the leader of the group is confirmed to launched her very own solo track on May 28. There's a lot of good vibes coming to 2NE1 this year.
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