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HSN Opens Universal Jewelry Vault

HSN has partnered with Universal Pictures to launch an exclusive collection of fashion jewelry in celebration of the studio's centennial anniversary. Inspired by some of Universal's most iconic films, the Universal Vault Jewelry Collection will consist of

Inspired by some of Universal's most iconic films, the Universal Vault Jewelry Collection will consist of more than 40 necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings and pins ranging in price from $23 to $200.

"Films have influenced fashion trends for decades," says John Bosco, senior vice president of apparel, accessories and jewelry, HSN. "Having access to Universal Pictures' rich heritage of iconic films has given us an amazing opportunity to create a one-of-a-kind collection of timeless designs that celebrate the glitz and glamour of Hollywood." 

Throughout the year, Universal will be restoring and re-releasing 13 of its most well-known films, and the Universal Vault collection will draw from these films and the actresses who starred in them like Joan Crawford in Female on the Beach, Doris Day in Pillow Talk and Lana Turner in Madame X.

"Universal's library proudly houses some of the most iconic moments in film history, brought to life by the most stunning stars of the past 100 years," says Stephanie Sperber, president, universal partnerships and licensing. "Through The Universal Vault Collection, HSN continues to bring our classic titles to life with the same detail and care that we put into restoring our films for generations to come."

The collection will debut under the theme The Glamorous Women of Hollywood on May 10. HSN has plans for additional themes and designs throughout the year.

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