Ramona Singer Is Designing Mother-Daughter Jewelry: Here's a Sneak Peek

Ramona Singer Is Designing Mother-Daughter Jewelry: Here's a Sneak Peek

The Real Housewives of New York City entrepreneur showed off a necklace she designed ahead of her appearance on WWHL

By Jenny Berg
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Ramona Singer is all about matching mother-daughter style. Not only has she coordinated sparkling party looks with her daughter Avery; she also got a recent haircut that left her twinning with the 22-year-old. And when she offered a sneak peek at her jewelry design for nonprofit Safe Horizon — which supports victims of domestic violence — The Real Housewives of New York City entrepreneur decided to stick with the all-in-the-family theme. 

Ahead of her May 9 appearance on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Ramona took to Instagram Stories to show off her casual but crisp look. In an off-the-shoulder white top and fitted jeans, the Pinot-Grigio-loving 'Wife also wore an eye-catching gold necklace.

"I'm about to go on Watch What Happens Live in an hour or so, but all of you are getting a sneak peek. I designed this piece for Safe Horizon with Encircle, and 100 percent of the proceeds go to Safe Horizon. And I have it in this size, and a mini size, so it will be like a mother-daughter [look]," Ramona said in the clip.



Photo: Ramona Singer/ Instagram

After that preview, we're more excited than ever to see what the New York mom has on tap for the jewelry collaboration. And, jewelry isn't the only thing Ramona's been cooking up! Watch the clip above to see the other creation the business pro has up her sleeve. 

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