HOT GIRLS PEARLS Freezable Jewelry Available Now at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago

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Now, after checking out pop art in the Museum, art fans can pop into the Store and purchase our 'pearls'.

HOT GIRLS PEARLS, the popular first-of-its kind line of freezable jewelry, is now among the elite collection of products at the esteemed Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) Chicago Store. Listed by Fodor's Travel Guide as one of the best museum shops in the world, the MCA Chicago Store features contemporary gifts, jewelry, home items, as well as art objects, toys and mobiles and other unique items. "Contemporary, gift, jewelry and unique are all words used to describe HOT GIRLS PEARLS, making them a natural fit for the Shop", says Constance Sherman, creator and owner of the company.

Like works of art themselves, HOT GIRLS PEARLS necklaces and bracelets are notably fashionable, and surprisingly functional. The large faux pearls, which are available in White, Blush and Gunmetal are filled with a nontoxic cooling gel that freezes when stored in the freezer. As a result, wearing the jewelry dramatically lowers one's body temperature, providing relief from 'overheating' for whatever reason.

"It's so exciting to see our 'pearls' popping up in more and more places. It's especially gratifying to see them among the exclusive product lineup at the acclaimed Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago Store," says Sherman. "Now, after checking out pop art in the museum, art fans can pop into the Store and purchase our 'pearls'."

HOT GIRLS PEARLS make a great souvenir after a day of admiring surrealistic, minimalistic, conceptual and postmodern art. They are like objects of art to take home.

The MCA Chicago, established in 1967, is one of the world's largest contemporary art venues. Its collection features thousands of works of art-paintings, sculpture photography, video and more-all created after World War 11. It also features dance, theater, music and multidisciplinary arts. Some notable past exhibitions included works by such famous artists as Frida Kahlo, Jeff Koons, Andy Warhol, Kara Walker and Cindy Sherman.

The MCA Chicago Store is famous in its own right. Fodor's called it "outstanding," and and sang its praises for the varied collection of unique one-of-a-kind objects worthy of inclusion in such an esteemed institution. Also, according to a review on, the Store "Is worth a stop even if you don't make it into the museum."

HOT GIRLS PEARLS are available in a bracelet and three different-length necklaces. Their convenient magnetic clasp makes them easy to fasten. An accompanying insulated Travel Purse with icepack included is also available for storing and keeping the pearls cold when not being worn.

HOT GIRLS PEARLS have been featured on The View, the Today Show, and Oprah's "O", the Magazine. While Sherman initially created the product to combat hot flashes caused by menopause, she is pleased to see that the jewelry is popular with women of all ages trying to stay cool, whether from medical treatments, pregnancy, playing golf or tennis, or from the sweltering summer heat.

In addition to effectively lowering body temperature, the jewelry is fashionable, and can be worn unfrozen as well. HOT GIRLS PEARLS look great with jeans and t-shirts, business or formal attire, or even beach and sporting wear. Many women mix the strands of 'pearls' with other jewelry, sometimes with smaller pearls, for a layered look. Plus, the magnetic clasp allows for connecting two or more strands to wear as a long necklace or even a belt.

For more information about HOT GIRLS PEARLS, visit, email, or call (855) 732.7575.

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago is located at 220 E. Chicago Ave. For more information, call (312) 280-2660 or visit


HOT GIRLS PEARLS is the first fashionable freezable jewelry line designed to combat hot flashes and summer heat. The line features necklaces and bracelets made of over-sized 'pearls' filled with a nontoxic gel that freezes when stored in a freezer. A Travel Purse with icepack included is also available for storing and keeping the 'pearls' cold when not in use. Constance Sherman, a former art director and set decorator, invented HOT GIRLS PEARLS to counter her own hot flashes caused by menopause. The product is also popular with women who have Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, Cancer, pregnant women, athletes and women of all ages who want to beat the heat, and do it stylishly. Since hitting the market in June 2011, HOT GIRLS PEARLS' sales have soared. They are available in various lengths and colors online as well as in various store, boutiques, country clubs and spas around the country. HOT GIRLS PEARLS is located at 400 East 58th Street, New York, NY 10022. For more information, visit, email info (at) hotgirlspearls (dot) com, or call (855) 732.7575.

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