Rebecca Minkoff Collaborated on 3D-Printed 14K Rose-Gold Earbuds

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Rebecca Minkoff is no newcomer to combining top-notch technology with trendy design. But the brand's newest foray into the tech sphere is super limited-edition, and trust us, you're going to want to hop on it NOW.

Today, Rebecca Minkoff announced its collaboration with Normal audio company, which crafts custom headphones to perfectly fit your ear. The 3D-printed bud is designed to eliminate sound leakage - you know, that annoying thing when someone is listening to headphones but you can still hear their music? Rest assured you'll never be that girl when you pop these babies in.

We're crushing hard on RM's blingy edition because they're crafted with 14K rose gold, making these some of the fleekest earbuds in the game. Definitely holiday wish list material.
From now until December 31, you can visit the Rebecca Minkoff stores in New York City, San Francisco or Los Angeles to get fitted for a pair of Normal buds. If you wanna geek out over the 3D-printing process, you can order the headphones directly through Normal at their New York flagship location to watch it all go down.

Prepare to get your jam on.

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