Cosmo’s Latest Fashion Tip? Jewelry

Hearst Magazine has entered into a licensing agreement with Cousin Corporation to create a jewelry line inspired by and in collaboration with its women’s lifestyle publication, Cosmopolitan magazine.

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June 18, 2018

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Hearst Magazine has entered into a licensing agreement with Cousin Corporation to create a jewelry line inspired by and in collaboration with its women’s lifestyle publication, Cosmopolitan magazine.

IMG, Cosmopolitan’s exclusive global licensing representative, brokered the deal.

The new jewelry collection, named Cosmostyle by Cosmopolitan, will offer four initial collections—American prep, boho traveler Cali, VIP and Zen and will include bracelets, jewelry, earrings and rings. The line was developed in association with the magazine’s editors.

Cosmopolitan is a champion of style in every form, and with this new jewelry collection, beautiful design is at the heart of every piece allowing ‘Cosmo Girls’ of all ages to express themselves through enduring fashion inspired by our editors,” says Steve Ross, global chief licensing officer and head of brand development, Hearst Magazines.

The CosmoStyle by Cosmopolitan fall/ winter collection will debut this month and available at independent boutiques across North America as well as online at CosmoStyleJewelry.com

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