PANDORA DROPS NEW PANDORA ME COLLECTION TO CELEBRATE ENDLESS SELF-EXPRESSION
Pandora is exploring creativity and the art of self-expression with a new drop of the Pandora ME collection.
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An invitation to experiment with unique styles, the new pieces encourage wearers to express every side of themselves under the glow of the summer sun.
Storytelling through style
The new Pandora ME designs are inspired by powerful amulets from ancient times and represent protection, luck and hope.
As always, each Pandora ME dangle is embedded with its own meaning. A symbol of motivation, the new striking Compass Medallion represents defiance and finding one’s true self in the world.
Rectangle-shaped with cut corners and designed to bring luck, the new Pandora ME Tarot Card Medallion combines three symbols not traditionally found in a deck: a piercing purple eye, a horseshoe and a clover.
Whether exploring freedom through symbols such as the butterfly or radiating wisdom and strength through the glow of the crescent moon, each wearer’s choice of dangle represents facets of their innermost self.
The Pandora ME collective
As a collection designed for style-conscious creators, Pandora continues its partnership with the Pandora ME collective: Barbie Ferreira, Evan Mock, Ella Mai and Gracie Abrams for the summer drop.
“Pandora ME is all about authenticity and the freedom to be who you are. Being part of the Pandora ME collective has encouraged me to explore unique looks and express the different sides of my style through jewellery.”
Creation and craftsmanship
The Pandora ME summer collection explores new craftsmanship techniques across design elements, and metal finishes and features new colours.
The Pavé Dual Rings now come in two new colour- ways – white enamel with sterling silver and blue enamel with 14k gold plating.
The Pavé Link Earrings are introduced in 14k rose gold plating. The new Pandora ME collection encourages stacking, styling and mixing pieces for ultimate self-expression.
Designed with future front of mind, the new pieces are crafted in line with Pandora’s commitment to leadership in sustainability, with all stones man-made and crafted in laboratories.
Every piece of Pandora jewellery is meticulously hand-finished by skilled craftspeople, with each one passing through 25 different pairs of hands on average.