Demi Moore Creates Valentine's Day Jewelry for a Cause

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Demi Moore frequently adorns herself with Jack Vartanian baubles, but this Valentine’s Day she’s taking her connection with the jeweler one step further. Moore, along with husband Ashton Kutcher, collaborated with Vartanian to create a collection of necklaces in the shape of handcuffs for the Hallmark holiday. While prices range from $710 to $2,140 in variations of white, yellow and rose gold and black and white diamonds, it’s for a good cause—50 percent of sales will be donated to the Demi and Ashton (DNA) Foundation, a non-profit organization that raises awareness about child sex slavery. “I am thrilled to collaborate with Demi and Ashton in such a noble cause,” Vartanian told InStyle. Moore, shown, recently wore one of the necklaces to the Sundance Film Festival. The collection and benefit sale launches tomorrow and lasts through February 14th on JackVartanian.com.

Fashion Designers Announce Charitable Green Fashion Show

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Hope for Haiti: One Year Later

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Kristen Bell Designed a Necklace for Charity

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PLUS! See the shoe Kristin Chenowith designed for charity.

Kristin Chenoweth Designs Shoe For Charity

[tiImage width=”300″ height=”400″ url=”http://img2.timeinc.net/instyle/images/2010/wrn/120810-shoe-300.jpg” credit=”” align=”left” border=”0″ alt=””]Kristin Chenoweth is a triple threat—she sings, she acts, and now, she designs. The top Broadway star and Emmy-winning actress designed a pair of booties for ShoeDazzle.com, the Kim Kardashian-founded footwear website. The gray suede ankle boots, which she named ‘Little Diva,’ are also for a good cause: 100 percent of the $39.95 proceeds will be donated to the Evan B. Donaldson Adoption Institute. As an adoptee herself, Chenoweth said that working on this charity item was a dream come true. “Being able to be creative and fashionable for a cause so close to my heart really was a once in a lifetime opportunity,” she told InStyle exclusively. “I hope all the ladies out there love the ‘Little Diva’ as much as I do.” Chenoweth’s booties just went on sale this week.

Versace-Clad Charlize Theron Auctions Off Lakers' Seats for $20,000!

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Charlize Theron touched down in New York yesterday to host a benefit for her non-profit, the Charlize Theron Africa Outreach Project, where she auctioned off a pair of courtside tickets to an L.A. Lakers’ game. Men in the audience reportedly promised to double their bids if the South African actress agreed to go as their date, according to JustJared. She did, and the tickets sold for a cool $20,000. We’re sure her $1,995 Versace dress from the spring 2011 collection helped get the bidding going! Theron, one of the Lakers’ biggest—and most stylish—fans, will most likely keep things more casual for her courtside appearance. Check out some of the actress’s previous courtside fashions in the gallery.