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Designer Katie Hillier is definitely finding ways to fill up her schedule now that the Marc by Marc Jacobs label has been discontinued. News broke last week that Hillier and Luella Bartley, the designers who headed up Marc by Marc Jacobs, are working on their own line called Hillier Bartley. And now Fashionista reports that Hillier just relaunched her jewelry line, which she originally started in 2010. The new collection riffs on paper clips and bunnies, with delicate rings, charm earrings, and necklaces rendered in 14 carat gold.
Interestingly, Hillier's bio on the new shoppable jewelry site declares: "She is currently Creative Director of Marc Jacobs contemporary line and Joint Creative Director at Hillier Bartley." That seems to confirm rumors that Hillier will remain involved with the new Marc Jacobs contemporary collection.