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The Swag Series: The Right Hand Gal’s lounge comes with free jewelry and a message

Jason Priestley wear jewelry for a cause (Image: Phil Birnbaum)

What it is: The Right Hand Gal, a Canadian jewellery company by sisters Shawna and Randi Herlich, have created a special piece called Noble, a play on the phrase “no bull” in support of anti-bullying causes. The company launched a gifting suite this year at the InterContinental (like Ben Sherman, Alliance and the Tastemakers Lounge before them) to hand out their Noble pendant.

Who goes: Jason Priestley was seen checking out The Right Hand Gal’s wares with a gal pal, while celebs Emily Blunt, Russell Peters, model Ashiko Westguard and Chantal Kreviazuk were all gifted with the pendant.

What they get: The Noble pendant to wear as a bracelet, necklace, or even an anklet (should the mood strike). The Herlichs hope is that the pendant helps spread an anti-bullying message.