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Karl Lagerfeld for Atelier Swarovski: Inca-Inspired Symbolic Jewelry

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Karl Lagerfeld designs Chanel, Fendi, and his own eponymous label, shoes for Hogan, islands in the UAE—seriously, does this man sleep? Honestly, probably not. (Around these parts, we like to think of Karl as a fashion superhero.)

For fall 2010, Lagerfeld's added another collaboration to his tasklist: Atelier Swarovski by Karl Lagerfeld, a limited-edition Inca-inspired collection for the legendary crystal house featuring serpents, circle imagery, and bows. Look for the collection exclusively in Swarovski flagship stores. Prices run upwards of $350 for the cuffs and brooches.
· Swarovski [Official Site]