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Eat, Pray, Merchandise: Book Inspires Jewelry

9780143038412H.jpgWhen the adaptation of Elizabeth Gilbert‘s memoir Eat, Pray, Love hits theaters, one company will manufacture as special line of “jewelry, books and travel-related items” to sell alongside the book.

According to WWD, the LA-based jewelry company Dogeared will design the fashion line. Readers and viewers can buy the merchandise at Fred Segal and ABC Home, and prices will range between “$20 to more than $100.” In addition, the company will provide similar merchandise for Sex in the City 2, a sequel to a movie based on a television show based on a book by Candace Bushnell.

Here’s a quote from founder Marcia Maizel-Clarke, from the article: “This is a totally natural fit for Dogeared … We relate to the theme of a woman’s journey for self-fulfillment and happiness.” (Via Rachel Sklar)

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