Charmed, I’m sure

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A ONE- OF-A- KIND LO­CA­TION— the iconic Antti Lo­vag-de­signed Palais Bulles (“bub­ble palace”), hid­den in the hills of the French Riviera—served as a spec­tac­u­lar back­drop for the launch of the new Pan­dora Re­flex­ions col­lec­tion. In­spired by the multi-faceted na­ture of mod­ern women, the flex­i­ble metal­lic-mesh bracelets are avail­able in three shades (yel­low gold, rose gold and sil­ver). The ac­com­pa­ny­ing charms, which have graphic, clean lines, are del­i­cate and lie flush against the bracelets so as to main­tain the mod­ern aes­thetic— a strik­ing re­minder of how the small­est of de­tails can make the big­gest state­ment. De­sign­ers Francesco Terzo and A. Fil­ippo Fi­carelli, who min­gled with guests in­clud­ing Win­nie Har­low, Suki Water­house and Olivia Culpo at the launch party, be­lieve that ev­ery piece of jew­ellery tells a story. As the sun beamed down over the south­ern hill­side, the Ital­ian duo sug­gested dif­fer­ent ways women can make jew­ellery their own, like lay­er­ing or “adding di­men­sion” by mix­ing sizes and styles to cre­ate some­thing orig­i­nal, and, most im­por­tantly, use it as a form of self-ex­pres­sion. “We wanted to of­fer women some­thing that truly re­flects them: their per­sonal nar­ra­tive, cre­ativ­ity and per­son­al­ity.”

Clock­wise, from top: Pan­dora Re­flex­ions col­lec­tion (from $35, ca.pan­dora.net); Palais Bulles; de­sign­ers A. Fil­ippo Fi­carelli and Francesco Terzo with model Win­nie Har­low

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