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Faith Hill and Tim McGraw, Djimon Hounsou, Eva Mendes, Julianne Moore, Rihanna, Usher, Rachel Weisz and Elie Wiesel have been named Cartier “Bracelet Ambassadors.”

According to the press release, “the new bracelet features an 18K white gold miniature bracelet graced with the word and accented with two signature screw motifs. It is set into a knotted silk cord available in various colors, with each cord designating support of a unique cause.”

Note the color designations:

Faith Hill and Tim McGraw for the Neighbor’s Keeper Foundation – chocolate brown bracelet

Djimon Hounsou for SOS Children’s Villages – deep copper bracelet

Eva Mendes for The Art of Elysium – navy bracelet

Julianne Moore for the Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance – lavender bracelet

Rihanna for Believe – sea foam green bracelet

Usher for the New Look Foundation – gold bracelet

Rachel Weisz for The Constant Gardener Trust – lilac bracelet

Elie Wiesel for The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity – yellow bracelet

But what if they start rounding up everyone with $475 yellow bracelets?

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