Friday, December 19, 2014

Tèa Leoni shops around the Square

Actress Tèa Leoni and her daughter both stopped into LAGOS on Walnut Street for a few pick-me-ups treats. Here's what they bought.

Tèa Leoni shops around the Square

The elephant charm represents strength. (Photo courtesy of LAGOS)
The elephant charm represents strength. (Photo courtesy of LAGOS)

Deep Impact and Spanglish star Tèa Leoni was spotted shopping around Rittenhouse Square Thursday afternoon with her daughter Madelaine West (father is X-Fiiles actor David Duchovny).

The actress was in town for a UNICEF-related event- Leoni is a Goodwill ambassador. The mother and her 13-year-old daughter stopped into LAGOS (1735 Walnut St.) to pick up a few items from LAGOS' new Rare Wonder collection. Tèa selected the elephant pendant while her daughter went for the seahorse.

At $295 per pendant, each of the Rare Wonder designs has its own meaning- the elephant symbolizes strength while the seahorse encourages its wearers to be different.

Sweet and perfect for gifting. We hope the two enjoyed their Rittenhouse shopping experience.

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