What’s In The Disney x RockLove Villain Jewelry Collection? Sometimes It's Good To Be A Baddie

Disney Princesses are beloved — but they can't exist without their villains, who serve as the foil and protagonist. There has to be something at stake that makes you root for the princess and her happiness. Her counter is usually the baddie that you love to hate. The Disney x RockLove jewelry collection fully understands the notion that the princesses can't have all of the fun.

This collection celebrates key villains and their lore. The result is gorgeous jewelry that runs from $35 to around $200.

So, if you love the Evil Queen as much as you do Snow White, you are going to fall madly and deeply in love with these accessories.

Designer Allison Cimino was happy to craft a line featuring the dark side of Disney and its anti-heroes. In fact, these characters are more representative of real people than it might seem on the surface. "Disney villainesses feel more 'real' than the princesses, more complicated," Cimino tells Bustle exclusively via email. "They feel resentment, frustration, and the pressures of remaining beautiful with age. They are entrepreneurs and in powerful leadership roles. And they do it all with a red lip and immaculately manicured eyebrows."

If you are a Disney diehard, you are going to love displaying your support of the villains.

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The pieces are centered on Ursula from The Little Mermaid and the aforementioned Evil Queen of the Snow White story. Also, the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland is immortalized in this collection, which features richly and beautifully detailed necklaces, rings, and earrings.

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"The Disney x RockLove villainesses have their own personal iconography — Ursula's tentacles capturing golden nautilus shells, Evil Queen's dagger heart box and poison apple, and The Queen of Heart's white roses obsessively painted red," Cimino explains.

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"Each of these demonstrate power and control — a sharp edge, a dominant color, a silhouette, or manifestation of their strong will," Cimino furthers. "Inspired by these potent talismans, my hope is that they transfer confidence and authority to the wearer." That's always a beautiful thing beyond the mere act of accessorizing.

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Cimino explains how she distilled the Disney baddies into this collection and in the context of the current climate, all the while referencing iconic villan Cruella De Vil. "While I don't condone making couture out of puppies, there's an attitude and general confidence that the Villainesses of Disney exert — an empowerment to which adult women in our current political culture can relate," she says.

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Below are some of our favorite pieces from the range.

1. Fairest Apple Necklace

Fairest Apple Necklace

The crimson apple that is crucial to the Snow White story factors into this necklace and is one of the best pieces in the range. The signature "Fairest of them all" phrase is inscribed on this epic piece of fruit.

2. Fairest Apple Ring

Fairest Apple Ring

It's the details of this ring that are so amazing. From the divets in the apple skin to the hands holding it, it's a gorgeous piece of finger decor.

3. The Little Mermaid Shell Locket

The Little Mermaid Shell Locket

Ursula's iconic nautilus shell necklace contains a secret — a string of music notes that can be tucked back into the shell.

4. All Ways Here Are My Ways Necklace

All Ways Here Are My Ways Necklace

This script necklace is so '00s and it's an infamous phrase uttered by the Queen of Hearts.

5. Heart Single Stacker Ring

Heart Single Stacker Ring

It's modern and minimalist and can be paired with the spade ring.

6. Cheshire Cat Enameled Earrings

Chesire Cat Enameled Earrings

OMG, that signature grin is effectively captured in this pair of post earrings.

These pieces look fantastic and have amazing meaning — some of which aren't so obvious.

Disney x RockLove is one of the coolest jewelry collections you'll come across this fall.