|Available for the First Time in the U.S., the Miss Sixty Jewelry Line Launches Exclusively on Amazon.com|
Entire 97-Piece Collection Available Beginning June 25
SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 25, 2007--Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced the launch of the Miss Sixty jewelry collection. Available for the first time in the U.S., previously available only in Europe, the Miss Sixty jewelry collection will feature 97 pieces, varying in styles, and will be available beginning June 25 at www.amazon.com/misssixty. It is the only destination where customers can find the entire jewelry collection.
Ranging in price from $55 to $185, the 97-piece collection includes necklaces, pendants, earrings, charm bracelets and rings. What can only be described as a collection within a collection, customers can expect to find a wide array of styles and themes to suit their every taste. Each piece reflects the classic Miss Sixty look and is enhanced by a special treatment and finish, giving it a retro look and feel from the past.
"The Miss Sixty jewelry collection is a wonderful addition to the Amazon.com Jewelry store," said Russ Grandinetti, vice president of Amazon.com Jewelry & Watches. "We know our customers will love this very modern, original, outrageous, but also romantic, collection."
Themes of the jewelry collection include the Romantic collection, which features pink-gold pieces mixing classical jewelry with innovative faux-aging effects; the Vintage collection, which incorporates Victorian symbols such as keys, hearts, pearls and bows; the Wings collection, which represents the classic Miss Sixty style, but enriched with new details; the Coins collection, which is inspired by antique coins, but interpreted by Miss Sixty in a new way; the Spirit collection, which is an aggressive design with a unique and feminine style; the Eden collection, inspired by the 70s, which includes pieces of leather and steel; the Paradise collection, which features the Miss Sixty logo as the main feature and is accentuated with carved, overstated crystal; the Kult collection, which has a vintage feel, but targets the rock star in all of us; the Charms collection, which is made of gold enamel and stainless steel; and the Secret collection, which is very feminine yet retro, detailed with crystals and silhouettes using bows, skulls, pearls, keys and locks.
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CONTACT: Amazon.com Public Relations Tracy Ogden, 206-266-7180 SOURCE: Amazon.com, Inc.