A new co-designed jewelry line is coming our way this summer by Chopard and famed singer Rihanna. The luxury watch and jewelry company Chopard is no stranger to dressing celebrities and does so on red carpets around the globe, but the new affiliation is a welcomed surprise. The new line, Rihanna Loves Chopard is a colorful blend of both Chopard and Rihanna.
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