You Can Now Buy Wedding Rings Designed by Emily Ratajkowski

The model and newlywed has launched a jewelry line

Updated 05/30/18

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Emily Ratajkowski can now add jewelry designer to her long list of fashion credentials. The model and actress is teaming up with Spinelli Kilcollin to create a 7-piece "Emrata x SK" jewelry collection, featuring gold, diamonds, and beautifully circular shapes—including wedding bands—inspired by mythological goddesses.

"To me, jewelry is all about having fun and feeling pretty," she told Vogue about the collab. Ratajkowski, a self-proclaimed diamond lover (#same), added that her “years of obsessing over jewelry” inspired her to work on a collection of her own. “I’ll wear a diamond necklace with sweats or with a swimsuit on the beach,” making her a high-low mixing pro.

The rings of the collection seem particularly unique. The two options—one "blanc," one "noir"—are an entirely new take on the classic wedding band. They feature four linked mixed-metal bands, two with pavé diamonds and two without. The blanc version includes two larger white diamonds, while the noir option has two black diamonds in the same style.

Designing wedding bands seems like a natural next step for Ratajkowski, who made her own ring to signify her marriage to husband Sebastian Bear-McClard.

"We made our actual rings," she told Jimmy Fallon of her thick, yellow gold band. During the 24-hour period between getting their marriage license and getting married in a low-key ceremony at New York's City Hall, the couple went to Chinatown and bought an ounce of gold that they planned to smelt into their rings. "They were supposed to be temporary rings, but now I'm very attached and I don't want to get rid of it," she said. "I just feel like after making it yourself, could it be more personal? I mean, really."

Prices for the Emrata x SK collection—which is admittedly much more blinged-out than Ratajkowski's own wedding band—start at $6,000, and all seven pieces are available now online.

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