Pandora Releasing My Story, My Design

The rich color palette and varied textures of the upcoming fall season are reflected in the first release from Pandora’s new Autumn/Winter collection, “My Story, My Design”, which will be available in stores September 4.

The initial fall release — the first of three scheduled to ship to stores through the end of December — includes hand-finished rings, earrings, pendants and charms in an array of autumn colors.

“This new collection of affordable, luxury pieces combines intricate, sculptural designs with feminine details,” said Angel Ilagan, VP, Marketing, Pandora North America.  “The theme — ‘My Story, My Design’ — reinforces our commitment to offering a universe of jewelry that allows women to tell their stories and express their personal style.”

Pandora is introducing several new coordinating sets this season — black onyx hearts, twisted silver and white cultured pearls. A polished black onyx heart on a pendant, earrings and ring gives a contemporary yet feminine edge to the traditional heart motif.

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A set of twisted sterling silver pieces, including a six-strand cocktail ring and coordinating pendant, charm, studs and chandelier earrings, is embellished with pink rhodolite stones. White cultured pearls are also featured prominently in the fall release, set in a solitaire ring, stud earrings and an openwork sterling silver pendant.

The new pieces make a beautiful style statement when worn together, on their own or in combination with existing pieces from the collection.

The new collection will be available at authorized Pandora retailers throughout North America.

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