Joining the league of brands appointing young, under-the-radar names as creative directors: Pandora with Francesco Terzo and A. Filippo Ficarelli, an Italian duo with EDM DJ good looks who previously ran their own menswear line, and consulted for the likes of Dior and Ralph Lauren. Debuting this S/S ’18, the pair haven’t wasted any time in being disruptors. Their biggest move: the introduction of an 18K yellow gold-plated range called Pandora Shine, which features not just charms and bracelets, but also trendy chokers, stackable rings and asymmetrical ear studs ($89-$349) with playful bee and nature-inspired motifs. Other designs similarly widen and lend a distinctly fashionable edge to Pandora’s existing repertoire: The charms feel more of the moment with fun, bold shapes and pastel hues; and, as with Shine, it’s no longer only about the charms.
Photography Vee Chin, assisted by Gong Yimin & Phyllicia Wang Styling Imran Jalal Hair & Makeup Manisa Tan/Paletteinc, using 3ina & Keune Model Cassie/Mannequin
This story first appeared in Female’s April 2018 issue.
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