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DANNIJO Celebrates National Sibling Day With #SisterSister Arm Party

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Have you ever stopped to realize that the relationships we develop with our siblings actually are our first friendships? In some cases, it’s a friendship that is instant, while in others it’s one that doesn’t fully develop until adulthood. But whatever the case, there are always sibling bonds we admire from afar. Case in point, Danielle and Jodie Snyder, the sister design duo behind the jewelry and lifestyle brand DANNIJO. They are best friends, work together and even live just one floor apart from each other in their NYC apartment building.

So, in honor of today’s special celebration of National Sibling Day, the Snyder sisters have completely revamped their website to make it “all things sister.” The DANNIJO site will feature famous sisters as guest editors including: Alexandra and Theodora Richards, Charlotte and Sam Ronson,Whitney and Paige Port, Rashida and Kidada Jones, and more for the entire month of April. In addition, DANNIJO will offer an exclusive #SisterSister Arm Party that will be 30% off.

In regards to sisterhood, Rashida Jones says,“The closeness, no matter how different we are and how many differences we weather, has a strength that sometimes feels beyond us. And the love is almost inexplicable. I just know I need it, to be me.”

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