Christina Aguilera Inspires New Jewelry Line

First Playboy honcho Hugh Hefner identified Christina Aguilera as a muse, and now a London jeweler is turning his love for the pop star into material inspiration. WWD reports that Stephen Webster, who also happens to be a friend of Aguilera's, has teamed up with the singer to launch a new, two-part jewelry line that's "inspired and fronted" by Aguilera herself and will hit select Neiman Marcus stores this spring. Shattered, the first part of the collection, will feature gems designed to resemble bits of stained glass, while the second, Superstud, will go heavy on biker studs and is expected to be more punk-inspired. Says Webster of the decision to create a collection based on his pal, "She's our longest-term regular client, and we think she's in the most glamorous period of her life right now."

If you want to cop Aguilera's style by picking up these jewels, it'll cost you: The bling ranges from $343 to just over $3,500. Budget-conscious gals might have to settle for salivating over the line's glamorous ad campaign, which will place the diva in classic scenes from Hitchock thrillers. Tres chic!