Angelina Jolie Opens Up School In Afghanistan, More To Be Funded By Jewelry
The girls only school can hold 200-300 girls
Angelina’s humanitarian work has stretched once more to Afghanistan. The actor/charity worker has opened up a school for girls, with more to come being funded by a jewelry line going on sale this week that she helped to design.
"Beyond enjoying the artistic satisfaction of designing these jewels, we are inspired by knowing our work is also serving the mutual goal of providing for children in need," Jolie told E! News. Further schools will be funded by the jewellery line, which she works on with Robert Procop. "We launched this collaborative collection with the intent that 100 percent of the profits will go to charity," Procop said. "The intention was to create something beautiful but more importantly to provide children an opportunity to have an education.” Procop's website said the "first funds from our collaboration together have been dedicated to the Education Partnership for Children in Conflict (founded by Jolie) to build a school in Afghanistan." Many of the jewellery designes are based on a gift Jolie made for Brad Pitt – a historic tablet shape. "These designs are timeless; they reflect her chic sense of style and also feminine strength,"
Kam Heskin, the spokesman for the Robert Procop Design Studio, told E! News. "There are so many pieces that make this collection beautiful and unique." The Style of Jolie – as it’s called - will be available exclusively in Tivol, a Kansas City jeweller.
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