Global PANDORA SHINE Collection overview and introduction

PANDORA SHINE Collection overview and introduction


Today marks the world­wide launch of the new Pan­do­ra Shine col­lec­tion, and we can final­ly tell you about it! Pan­do­ra has been very care­ful with this launch, but now that every­thing is offi­cial­ly known, we bring you a detailed descrip­tion of this line with all the nec­es­sary HQ pho­tos and com­men­tary!

For those not in the know, Pan­do­ra Shine is a new line of 18k gold-plat­ed jew­el­ry that will be avail­able as part of the Pan­do­ra Spring 2018 col­lec­tion.

In April, sev­er­al more copies will be released with the Moth­er’s Day 2018 col­lec­tions.

Pandora Shine — Review

Pan­do­ra Shine is Pan­do­ra’s first major new con­cept since the release of the Pan­do­ra Rose line back in 2014, and that’s why it’s had such a huge mar­ket­ing cam­paign around it, involv­ing blog­gers, count­less pro­mos and ads. To begin with, the col­lec­tion will be sold only in con­cept stores and online.

Shine jew­el­ry is 925 ster­ling sil­ver jew­el­ry cov­ered with 18-karat gold. On the out­side, they will be very dif­fer­ent from Pan­do­ra’s exist­ing line of pure 14k gold, and less yel­low in per­son.

The coat­ing con­sists of sev­er­al lay­ers — the high­est qual­i­ty sil­ver is cov­ered with pal­la­di­um, and then — a very thick lay­er of 18-karat gold.

Pandora Shine bracelets

bracelet Pan­do­ra Smooth Bracelet — the clos­est thing to a tra­di­tion­al Pan­do­ra charm bracelet — it does­n’t have strings, so you’ll need clips with sil­i­cone lay­ers or rub­ber inserts under­neath to keep your beads in place.

slid­ing bracelet has a beau­ti­ful fin­ish. We would love to use it for the “bee” mini design in Shine!

We real­ly like this ban­gle bracelet with a heart clasp — the con­trast between the met­als looks great.

bracelet Hon­ey­bee - the only vari­ant of the bracelet is not for Charm, and unfor­tu­nate­ly it will be a lim­it­ed edi­tion.

Shame on Pandora Shine

One of the jew­el­ry that is wide­ly rep­re­sent­ed in Pan­do­ra’s pre-release cam­paign is a pen­dant Queen Bee, And you can under­stand why — it is beau­ti­ful­ly detailed, strik­ing and yet very cute with its bro­ken heart detail. In addi­tion, the motif of the queen bee plays quite well on the idea of ​​empow­er­ing women, which cur­rent­ly has one of the main places in Pan­do­ra’s mar­ket­ing cam­paign — “do cel­e­brate, do shine, do Pan­do­ra” (Eng­lish — “Cel­e­brate, shine, be from Pan­do­ra ”).

For­tu­nate­ly, Heart and Bee free of any enam­el detail or glit­ter, and we real­ly like the dan­gling bee detail. This bead is one of our favorites, but would like to know if it actu­al­ly has carv­ings.

This open­work bead might just be our favorite of the bee jew­el­ry pieces, and we think it would look great with Enchant­ed  Gar­den Glass from Mura­no glass.

Charm Gold­en Hon­ey offers a nice com­bi­na­tion of col­ors. As we’ve said many times before, we love enam­el detail­ing in jew­el­ry if it’s done well, and this amber enam­el looks like real hon­ey­comb.

Hon­ey­comb Lace weak­ly relat­ed to oth­er dec­o­ra­tions with the theme of this line, sole­ly due to the detail­ing in the form of hon­ey­combs.

Final­ly, for the Charms of this line, we have Sweet as Hon­ey. Of course, we would have pre­ferred it with­out the inlaid stones on the brack­et and lugs, and most like­ly the small bee detail could have been made more promi­nent so that it stands out more against the back­ground of this dec­o­ra­tion, for exam­ple with black enam­el strips.

Look­ing at the fac­to­ry images, you may not have noticed that the gold bee­hive swirls sur­round the tiger eye stone in the cen­ter of the charm, and it looks quite sophis­ti­cat­ed.

With this first col­lec­tion, Pan­do­ra were care­ful to select motifs and con­cepts that are active­ly com­ple­ment­ed and empha­sized by gold met­al — in addi­tion to hon­ey­combs and bum­ble­bees, we have two “solar” themed charms. open­work work Rays of Sun­shine com­bines “warm” yel­low enam­el and stones.

You are my Sun­shine, With a cute inscrip­tion on the back. Inlaid stones on the brack­et seem super­flu­ous, but in gen­er­al this dec­o­ra­tion leaves a pleas­ant impres­sion.

In the Pan­do­ra Shine col­lec­tion there is only one charm with Mura­no glass, which offers a design in the form of swirling white glass. The com­bi­na­tion of white and gold not only looks great, but is also quite ver­sa­tile.

Charm Filled with Romance — one of our favorite Pan­do­ra hearts, and we have it in sil­ver and rose!

The only secu­ri­ty chain in the Shine avail­able at launch is this clasp Logo. It has a sil­i­cone back­ing that should be effec­tive on the Shine bracelet Smooth Moments.

clip Shin­ing Ele­gance has a sil­i­cone gas­ket inside and will work well on any of the three Shine bul­let bracelets list­ed above.

There are also two reg­u­lar clips, but you’ll need sil­i­cone inserts to use them with any of the Shine bracelets, as none of them have threads, which seems a bit odd. We were sur­prised not to see a tra­di­tion­al clasp bracelet in the Pan­do­ra Shine.

We’re glad they includ­ed a sim­ple clip on the Shine, with no frills, but it would be nice to see some­thing that does­n’t reflect the Pan­do­ra brand so much. A sim­ple ball clip, per­haps in a hon­ey­comb shape, would be a great detail to add to the over­all “bee” motif!

Gold­en Pavé Ball has many dif­fer­ent small details where stones of dif­fer­ent sizes and col­ors are com­bined.

Fin­ish­ing off the charms, we have a mini ver­sion of the bee bead for lock­ets. We’re not sure about the idea of ​​wear­ing a small bee in a lock­et — it can look like a real insect!

Pandora Shine jewelry

Charm Rays of Sun­shine has a match­ing pen­dant — it’s very large and prob­a­bly bet­ter suit­ed for a neck­lace than a bracelet.

A sus­pen­sion is also offered to your atten­tion Hon­ey­comb Lace.

A sim­ple Shine chain will per­fect­ly com­ple­ment the above pen­dants.

The chain length of this neck­laces is 45 cm but can be adjust­ed to 42 cm or 38 cm.

Chok­er Hon­ey­bee has a lim­it­ed edi­tion. It’s pret­ty, but chok­ers go in and out of style all the time.

ring Hon­ey­comb Lace, Like his sis­ter, is a very bright thing. Although not every­one likes mas­sive rings, it is very nice to look at it!

ring Hon­ey­bee - anoth­er lim­it­ed edi­tion piece of jew­el­ry, and anoth­er thing from the “bee” col­lec­tion that looks incred­i­bly good. The shape of the ring in the form of hon­ey­combs is incred­i­bly beau­ti­ful!

Based on the fac­to­ry images, we’re not sure about the strong con­trast between the yel­low stone and the gold met­al in this rings.

Enchant­ed Crown will be released this spring in Rose and Sil­ver.

The next set of rings offers Shine ver­sions of exist­ing Pan­do­ra designs. We espe­cial­ly like it Linked Love in gold — this is such a beau­ti­ful, yet ele­gant ring!

Car­na­tion ear­rings Bee & Heart are quite cute, but we’re not sure that every­one will enjoy wear­ing dif­fer­ent ear­rings.

Also pay atten­tion to the ear­rings Hon­ey­comb Lace.

And, at the end, ear­rings PANDORA For­ev­er.

Real photos of Pandora Shine

Stores have been show­cas­ing the new col­lec­tion via social media, and we’ve round­ed up some of our favorite shots here.


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