Teaming up with inspirational artists Barbie Ferreira, Evan Mock, Gracie Abrams and Ella Mai, Pandora South Africa presents new pieces for its Pandora ME collection, marking a new chapter for self-expression.
Building on the conversations ignited by last year’s relaunch of Pandora ME, this year’s collection aims to continue inspiring its fans around the art of authenticity.
Creatives showcase Pandora ME jewellery
Above-all an advocate for creativity, Barbie’s edit showcases her unique and undeniably iconic sense of style. Well-known for his daring and alternate fashion, Evan’s edit is just as striking and bold as his ever-changing hair colour.
Gracie’s edit shines brightly, reflecting how she shows and celebrates her truth through her music. A passionate advocate for inclusivity and the LGBTQ+ community, Ella Mai’s selection is as liberated and expressive as her refreshingly honest lyricism.
A collection designed for fashion- forward thinkers, Pandora ME encourages the denial of expectations and the embrace of creativity. With self-expression at the heart of today’s Gen Z and young millennials, Pandora ME unlocks limitless possibilities for its wearers to show the world who they truly are.
Devoted believers to the power of self- expression, Pandora’s creative directors Filippo Ficarelli and Francesco Terzo open a portal to their world where pre-conceptions are left at the door.
Ficarelli and Terzo comment on the collection, “We want to inspire people to find their way to new personalisation opportunities – Pandora ME invites experimentation. What we are creating here is an expanded universe of customisable jewellery stylings.”
The collection includes new endlessly adaptable styles in 14k gold plating, perfect for getting that golden glow. Choosing any combination from statement link bracelets and necklaces to stacking rings, earrings and dangles filled with symbolism, each wearer creates their own story.
Pandora ME is available online and in-store in South Africa.