Make your Mark

Thomas Sabo’s lat­est edi­tion of the Love Bridge bracelet lets you bran­dish your in­ner tribal soul on your wrist. By Vin­cent Loh

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Thomas Sabo’s Love Bridge bracelet lets you bran­dish your in­ner tribal soul on your wrist

Cre­ated with ref­er­ence to fa­mous bridges all around the world from New York and Paris to Venice and Cape Town, Thomas Sabo’s Love Bridge is a cus­tomis­able bracelet that rep­re­sents the unity and con­nec­tion be­tween two souls. The first col­lec­tion that fea­tured the Love Bridge, Glam & Soul, was an ex­clu­sive line that was made avail­able only to the ladies. But it takes two to tango, so shortly af­ter the de­but, Thomas Sabo de­cided to in­cor­po­rate it into the iconic Rebel to Heart col­lec­tion, to the de­light of its male fans.

This sea­son, Su­sanne Köl­bli, cre­ative di­rec­tor of Thomas Sabo, has de­signed a new se­ries of Rebel to Heart Love Bridge bracelets. While re­tain­ing the clas­sic form of the bracelet, Köl­bli also took in­spi­ra­tion from the rich cul­ture and tra­di­tions of the Maori tribe, best known as the na­tives of New Zealand. She in­cor­po­rated var­i­ous pop­u­lar tribal el­e­ments such as skulls, in­tri­cate tat­too pat­terns, and ex­pres­sive mo­tifs that sym­bol­ise in­ner strength and pro­tec­tion into the de­sign ac­cents, giv­ing the col­lec­tion an edgy and re­bel­lious vibe.

The bracelets all come with 925 ster­ling sil­ver plates ( in sil­ver, gold or rose- gold), which you can cus­tomise with the com­pli­men­tary en­grav­ing ser­vice. There are also a va­ri­ety of choices re­gard­ing the de­sign that makes up the rest of the Love Bridge, in­clud­ing black matte beads, tiger eye beads, full ster­ling sil­ver Vene­tian chain, black weave with zir­co­nia pavé em­bel­lished skull ac­cents, and more. A fash­ion-for­ward and trendy ac­ces­sory that can be worn on any oc­ca­sion, the Love Bridge char­ac­terises the so­phis­ti­cated, pow­er­ful and elo­quent young gen­tle­man.

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