The multi-talented star adds to her resume.
Regina George has a new gig. Fresh off her Mean Girls press tour and a recent SNL hosting gig, the multi-talented Reneé Rapp has been announced as the latest celebrity ambassador for the global fine jewelry brand Meijuri. Always seeking to capture the zeitgeist in pop culture, the jewelry brand tapped the 23-year-old to join the ranks of other breakthrough talents like Paloma Elsesser, Tommy Dorfman, and Allyson Felix.
Shot around the iconic streets of New York City by famed photographer Cass Bird, the Hoops All Ways campaign unfolds like a visual diary of Rapp’s day. Whether the "Not My Fault" singer is on the go, splurging on a shopping spree, getting ready to meet up with the girls, or enjoying a night out on the town, we see her rocking a unique stack of sparkling hoops in each scenario.
“There’s a lot to love about [Reneé],” says Noura Sakkijha, CEO and Co-founder of Mejuri. “From her cool playfulness to bold humor—and our campaign captures every side.” The brand's dedication to versatility and style in its design is showcased in the campaign as we see just how easily each piece integrates into Rapp’s whirlwind of a life.
“Jewelry is a large part of my personal style, individuality, and authenticity… is paramount,” says Rapp, known for her unapologetic confidence and free-spirited attitude. With the Hoops All Ways collection, Meijuri goes beyond the classic circle shape associated with hoop earrings and introduces a stylish range of U-shaped and linear hoops that feature sculptural and modern silhouettes.
When it comes to personal style, Rapp offers this piece of advice: “It’s all about balance...what I put on my body represents me and who I am.” The newest additions to Mejuri’s jewelry collection will be available online and in stores starting today.
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