Rosie Huntingdon-Whiteley hopes to create jewellery line

First published: 03-06-2011

Watch fans who also like to indulge in some fabulous jewellery pieces may be interested in an aspiration of Rosie Huntingdon-Whiteley.

The Transformers: Dark of the Moon actress has told Elle Magazine of her hopes of designing her own jewellery collection in the future.

Huntingdon-Whiteley would be no stranger to the accessories world, having previously been a model before taking to the silver screen.

She has featured on eye-catching campaigns launched by such well-known fashion names as Victoria's Secret, Burberry and Loewe.

Looking ahead, the starlet revealed: "I hope to have my own jewellery line, plus lingerie and cashmere. That's where I see myself in five or 10 years. Designing."

As well as starring in the next instalment of the Transformers movies, Huntingdon-Whiteley may also be recognised by some due to her presenting role on this year's MTV Movie Awards, which she did alongside the sci-fi series' protagonist Shia LaBeouf.
 

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