Pandora Celebrates The Holiday Season With Loves, Unboxed Campaign

'Tis the season of gift giving and Pandora has just the thing to make one’s holiday.

A lot has happened this year—the good, the bad, and everything in between—but even in the darkest times there has been light. As we pull the curtains on 2023, looking back at the adversity we have conquered one final time, Pandora is handing us a present not only to remember the year by but also to cherish those who have carried us over the finish line. Keep reading to discover why we love the Pandora Holiday 2023 collection.

Through its heart-warming Loves, Unboxed holiday campaign, the Danish jewellery brand underscores new jewellery pieces featuring reimagined classic motifs like precious hearts, celestial symbols, and festive characters. Those who are feeling the sentimentality of the season may find the Pandora Moments’ sparkling pavé charm especially enticing.

But if you, like many astrology aficionados out there, find joy in discussing the sun, moon, and rising signs with other like-minded connections, the Sparkling Moon & Star necklace and earrings set makes a great conversation starter at any dinner party. The magnetic jewellery pairing illustrates the winter night sky brimming with magic that might just foretell your future.

“The new designs channel that feeling of connection to the ones we love and the memories we share together, adding a heartfelt layer of richness and meaning to the season,” said the brand’s creative directors A. Filippo Ficarelli and Francesco Terzo in a statement. Symbols of emotional human bond, the novelties are crafted to embrace every unique human personality.

Pandora Timeless’ triple stone designs, in contrast to the aforementioned pieces, cater to women with a penchant for minimalism. Boasting heart-shaped settings, these unassuming creations come with a matching necklace and stud earrings. The jewellery line also reinterprets the timeless pear-cut stone for the new ring designs that further echo the Loves, Unboxed sentiment—celebrating long-standing tradition while still rooted in the present.