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Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley’s daughter strikes a chord on her new CD. Rocking since she was a toddler backstage with her mom at her dad’s concerts, now 20, she is ready to take center stage with Sketches, a CD of six songs she wrote. In the People exclusive, Alexa Ray Joel reveals that her dad “has always been very supportive of her musical career.” With a musical style self described as “a bit more soulful, more blues” than her dad, she is s een in this photo layering Alex Woo’s Zahrah necklace.
Want to look like the stars? Well, now you have an opportunity to emulate their style for less! Celebrity favorite jewelry designer Alex Woo — who is mostly known for her Little Icon collections — is offering a 10% discounted rate exclusively for Star readers! Here you can see some of her best seller pieces: the Princess Star, Princess Heart and diamond Single Note.
With October being National Breast Cancer Awareness month, there are many ways to get involved with the cause. This year there are even great stylish ways to become involved with the cause. Treat yourself to the delicate Pink Ribbon Heart Necklace by jewelry designer, Alex Woo. The piece incorporates a pink, suede ribbon worn as a necklace (or tied around the wrist!) designed to remind wearers of the need to stay vigilant about breast cancer awareness and the steps to early detection.
The necklaces delicate silver heart is a statement of strength and love for those who have survived or are battling cancer. Net proceeds from this piece goes directly to the Women’s Cancer Research Fund.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month, and while you probably don’t want to look like a walking billboard, these products are actually stylish and support the cause at the same time.
Alex Woo’s Pink Ribbon Ring in rose gold is a cool and unique take on the pink breast cancer ribbon that we see everywhere this month. The inside of the ring is inscribed “live.love.be involved.” Net proceeds from this piece benefit the American Cancer Society.