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Command a Room With These Stunning Pieces From Cindy Kimberly’s Newest Collaboration With The M Jewelers

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Cindy Kimberly is on a roll. The 2022 SI Swimsuit model, who has made a name for herself as a talented makeup guru and fashionista, launched clothing line LOBA by Cindy Kimberly exclusively on Revolve earlier this year. The 25-year-old is now branching into jewelry design, and we have no doubts she’ll slay the accessories, too.

The Dutch model partnered with fine jewelry brand The M Jewelers to bring fans and diamond enthusiasts the newest Cindy Kimberly X The M Jewelers collection. It features 10 unique styles that reflect her eclectic, bold and feminine personality and creative vision all for under $250. Kimberly created all the pieces from the sketching stage to campaign creative direction and glam concepts.

Below are four of our favorite items from the line, available to shop at themjewelersny.com.

CINDY KIMBERLY X THE M JEWELERS The Salma Studs, $89 (themjewelersny.com)

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These beautiful and dainty studs offer the sweetest pop of color.

CINDY KIMBERLY X THE M JEWELERS The Diana Pear Stud, $75 (themjewelersny.com)

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The modern version of your grandma’s rubies.

CINDY KIMBERLY X THE M JEWELERS The Veneno Choker, $179 (themjewelersny.com)

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This statement piece is made from pearls with dripping red stone detail for some added drama.

CINDY KIMBERLY X THE M JEWELERS The Madonna Choker, $155 (themjewelersny.com)

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Could it get more eye-catching than this wordy necklace that comes in both gold and silver?

Kimberly, who is always busy traveling for modeling gigs, fashion entrepreneurship work or small acting roles, takes pride in her worth ethic, creativity and passion for storytelling.

“In my head, I’m really artistic but I also feel incredibly shy about it. I don’t share a lot because the internet is so cruel these days,” she said following the debut of LOBA. “I love art and I consume so much of it daily, so I want to participate in it; I want to open that door fully. I have something to offer this industry. Most people may know me on a more surface level and I’m excited to finally feel like I’m bringing something to the table.”

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