Kesha has been looker chicer than ever lately, and designers are taking notice. Jewelry makers Charles Albert have been so impressed with the cannibal queen's glam makeover that they hired her to design her very own line!

"She wears our pieces well and we have always been a fan of her eclectic style," Charles Albert himself said in a statement. "So naturally, when this partnership for Kesha Rose by Charles Albert came about we just felt it was an organic fit.”

Kesha Rose by Charles Albert will debut in August 2013. The line will boast a lot of the same beautiful, if oft bizarre, elements that the 'Die Young' singer sports onstage, including turquoise, arrowheads, fossilized shark teeth, skulls and metal-cast human teeth. (Kesha actually had her Animals send in real teeth for some stage garb previously, including a bra and a headdress. Seriously.)

“I have been wearing Charles Albert for a few years now and I'm obsessed with their jewelry," Kesha, who wore the brand at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards, said. "It's so fun, and massive and makes such a wild statement. I didn't know Charles himself until we started working together, but once we did I realized how amazing this partnership would be because of how similar our vision and aesthetic are,” she revealed.

“The design process was so fun," Kesha gushed. "Charles and Beth and their whole team are so collaborative and always a good time to work with. Going to their office was like a crazy playground for me -- so many fun stones and colors and weird objects," she said. "We just sat around and played with all of it for a few days and ended up with a sick collection of pieces in the end. I could not be more excited!”

Charles Albert isn't Kesha's first rodeo in terms of fashion design. She's also one of the faces behind Casio's Baby G watches and putting together a line of faux fur.

We bet her Animals are pretty stoked about her Charles Albert line, too. With most pieces retailing at under $100, you won't have to spend an arm and a leg to get a (metallic) tooth.

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