IT’S A WON­DER­FUL LIFE

Dan­ish jew­eller PANDORA has ded­i­cated its Fall ’17 col­lec­tion “Do See The Won­der­ful” to cel­e­brat­ing all the small things that make women spe­cial.

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The sweet­est plea­sures are of­ten found in the small­est de­tails, the mo­ments that feel deeply per­sonal, au­then­tic and in­spir­ing. While our so­cial me­dia-ob­sessed cul­ture might lead you to think that self­ies are mo­ti­vat­ing, a study done by PANDORA – which polled 7,000 women from eight coun­tries – has found quite the op­po­site. It’s images of women suc­ceed­ing in daily life that res­onated (six times) more than a selfie. And these ev­ery­day achieve­ments are what PANDORA is hon­our­ing with its new Fall’17 col­lec­tion.

Like the sen­ti­ment of a hand­writ­ten note, the sub­tle de­signs of the Hearts of PANDORA se­ries speaks vol­umes. The three slim bands come in ster­ling sil­ver, PANDORA Rose and 14K gold, each en­graved with minute heart mo­tifs on the bridge of the rings – a re­minder to ap­pre­ci­ate your­self in sub­tle ways.

And be­cause ev­ery woman is dif­fer­ent, the ster­ling sil­ver Mo­ments Open Ban­gle with cus­tomis­able caps at each end – avail­able in ei­ther pol­ished ster­ling sil­ver or a glit­ter­ing pave ver­sion – gives more op­tions to ex­press one’s per­sonal style.

To cel­e­brate new be­gin­nings and mile­stones, the Mo­ments Smooth PANDORA Rose Clasp Bracelet is a beau­ti­ful way to show off their new charms in novel cuboid and pear­shaped sil­hou­ettes and en­crusted with clear cu­bic zir­co­nia. There’s also the Geo­met­ric Lines range, a ster­ling sil­ver col­lec­tion of rings, neck­lace pen­dants and ear­rings with clean-cut shapes. It fea­tures a clean Scandi take on na­ture-in­spired mo­tifs such as teardrops and wish­bones.

For ev­ery woman, PANDORA’s di­verse col­lec­tion mir­rors the com­plex­ity that life of­fers.

#DOSeeTheWon­der­ful in sim­plic­ity: The pared down life is an in­spir­ing one. The Geo­met­ric Lines se­ries (right and top left on op­po­site page) is big on clean lines.

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