JCPenney teams with Tracee Ellis Ross for holiday

Capsule collection will include apparel and home accessories

Tracee Ellis RossPlano, Texas - JCPenney has created an exclusive, limited-edition capsule collection with award-winning actress and style icon Tracee Ellis Ross.

Ross' holiday collection includes women’s apparel and also extends to home accessories with a curated assortment of items including throw pillows, dessert dishes, high ball glasses and more, ranging from $12 to $19.

"We are thrilled to bring Tracee's style to life with her first-ever retail collection," said Jodie Johnson, senior vice president of women's apparel, jewelry, footwear and handbags for JCPenney.

"JCPenney was a wonderful partner for me as I designed this affordable collection because I truly believe that looking good does not have to cost a lot," said Ellis Ross. "At the same time I thought why not expand the joy of getting dressed into a few beautiful home décor items? These pieces add a special touch when entertaining friends and loved ones this holiday season, giving some sparkle and joy."

The collection will be available in store and online at jcp.com/TraceeEllisRoss beginning Nov. 12.

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