Kate Bosworth Brightens Up Nylon

Kate Bosworth Nylon
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Kate Bosworth on the Nylon's March cover.

Kate Bosworth is sooooo getting us in the mood for spring.

Fresh from the Burberry Prorsum Fall 2011 front row, the blonde beauty brightens up the March issue of Nylon in a neon graphic knit cardigan from Giles, a mesh top and dusty pink jean shorts from Isabel Marant, and a mix of jewelry from Chanel and her own line, JewelMint.

Rocking a braided 'do and colorful knits from Missoni and Moschino Cheap and Chic for the Marvin Scott Jarrett–shot inside fashion spread, Bosworth tells the magazine about her latest role as a jewelry designer.

"I wanted to make everything $30," she says of the affordable line she launched with star stylist Cher Coulter.

"There's nothing in that price range, really. You can go to, like, Claire's and get something for $5, and the next level up is over $100. This is a middle range of really cute, really fun accessories. All my friends love a bargain, whether or not they can also shop at expensive stores … Sienna Miller's one of my best friends and we always go bargain hunting!"

Burberry Prorsum Fall 2011 collection

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Eclectic ladyland: Bosworth works the layered look in Nylon.

But while the star may enjoy her work with JewelMint, don't expect her to be trading in Hollywood for a full-time fashion career.

"I don't think I could be anything but an actress, but if I were, I'd be a psychiatrist," she says. "I think people are so interesting, and I think their issues are so much a part of what make people who they are. I know I have my issues, for sure!"

For more of Bosworth's interview, visit Nylon online and pick up the March issue, on sale March 1.