Alex Woo’s New ‘Incredibles 2’ Jewelry Collection

TrendsJun 25, 2018

Alex Woo’s New ‘Incredibles 2’ Jewelry Collection

It’s the latest film-inspired range from the designer’s partnership with Pixar and Disney.

This “Powermom” necklace is part of Alex Woo’s new collection for Pixar, inspired by animated film “Incredibles 2.”

New York--Pixar’s “Incredibles 2” is booming at the box office, and now fans of the animated film can accessorize with a line of jewelry inspired by it.

The latest in jewelry designer Alex Woo’s partnership with Pixar, a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company, is an “Incredibles 2” range.

Like all the designer’s jewelry, the collection is entirely made in her native New York City.

The collection has four pendant necklace styles: an “Incredibles” icon, a “Powermom” design inspired by super-mom “Elastigirl,” a power-burst symbol and a hero’s mask.

All are available in either sterling silver or 14-karat yellow gold. They retail between $48 and $758.

“‘The Incredibles’ is one of my favorite Disney/Pixar films, so I was excited to work on a fine jewelry collection inspired by this action-packed sequel,” Woo said in a press release.

“As a mom, it was especially fun to include a Powermom necklace inspired by the ultimate multi-tasking mom, Elastigirl. With Disney/Pixar’s ‘Incredibles 2’ being the most anticipated film of the summer, it has been an honor to design a collection that captures the essence of the movie in a fun and luxurious way.”

The collection marks Woo’s fourth collaboration with Pixar. She previously designed collections inspired by “Coco,” “Moana,” and “Finding Dory.”

The designer also has created charitable collections for five Disneynature films, including “Born in China,” a film about pandas released last year.

Woo’s “Incredibles 2” range will be available for purchase in select Disney stores,,, and

Ashley Davisis the senior editor, fashion at National Jeweler, covering all things related to design, style and trends.

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