Pandora Launches Jewelry Collection With Keith Haring

Pandora Launches Jewelry Collection With Keith Haring

Pandora Teams Up With Keith Haring For Jewelry Collection
Pandora Teams Up With Keith Haring For Jewelry Collection
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Jewelry company Pandora has signed artist and filmmaker Keith Haring to create an exclusive 12-piece collection.

Through its partnership with Haring, Pandora is seeking to build awareness and highlight its continued influence on culture by partnering with an artist who has a notable influence in the art, fashion and music industries.

The Pandora x Keith Haring collection will highlight the buzz and bursts of creativity that permeated the 1980s downtown New York scene, which influenced Haring’s artistic vision. By drawing inspiration from rappers, break-dancers, skateboarders, and club-goers to basketball players and bucket drummers, the collection looks to encapsulate the infectious energy of the zeitgeist that shaped his most iconic works.

“This is our first art collaboration and an ideal match for Pandora. Haring’s ambition to make “art accessible for all” resonates strongly with Pandora’s mission to give a voice to people’s loves and make high-quality, hand-finished jewelry available to everyone,” said Stephen Fairchild, chief product officer at Pandora.

“There’s an openness and approachability to Haring’s philosophy, which speaks directly to what we stand for at Pandora. Our team has worked hard to translate Haring’s beautiful work into a jewelry collection and we look forward to presenting it to our customers.”

The collection will be available worldwide online and in Pandora stores for a limited time only from September 29, 2022, to November 29, 2022.

 

Photo credit: Pandora

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