Danish jewellery maker PANDORA invited a host of celebrities and local influencers to an exclusive event last week to unveil the new PANDORA Reflexions collection. Celebrating the brand’s 8th year anniversary in Thailand, as well as the opening of a new flagship store in Bangkok, the launch party was attended by many notable guests – including Sonya Singha, Nicole and Camilla Kittivat, Poyd Treechada Petcharat, Janenipa Sriwilairit, Jane and Lingling Piyadar, and Plengkwan Nattaya Tongsaen, amongst others.

Aiming to reign in a new era of style, the PANDORA Reflexions line sees a collection of bracelets and specially designed charms that are rooted in self-expression. Featuring a fresh new undulating mesh design, the accessories were made to create a statement that is both regal and unique, in a confident and creative piece for the modern female. Available in sterling silver, rose, and shine, wearers can mix and match charms to express their own personal style. In fact, the ‘x’ in ‘Reflexions’ is meant to reflect eXpression, eXcitement, eXperiences, and eXceeding eXpectations.

Admiring the gleaming and glowing new bracelets at an eXtravagant launch event, click ahead to see who attended the party, as well as a sneak peek of our favourite pieces.

Note: The PANDORA Reflexions collection is now available at the PANDORA Flagship Store, 1/F, Central Court Zone, CentralWorld, 999/9 Rama I Rd., Pathum Wan, Bangkok, +66 26131776.

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Sonya Singha

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Nicole and Camilla Kittivat

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Poyd Treechada Petcharat

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Jessie Kirana and Varn Aroonnapa

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Janenipa Sriwilairit

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Dream Phichaya Tippala, Plengkwan Nattaya Tongsaen and Bifern Nopjira

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Jane and Linglling Piyadar

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Dao Pimthong Washirakom

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Neko Naerunchara Lertprasert

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Paint Tissarat Laohaphol, Candy Pitchanya and Khun Gyne Premika

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Mink Natprapa Choonhavan

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Lisa Gries
Managing Editor, Bangkok
Lisa loves to travel, and is always on the lookout for the world’s best nap spots. She’s a serious Asian art history nerd, and has a knack for languages and coffee table books. She hopes to publish her own novels one day, one of which will likely be called ‘All The Great Conversations I Had In A Bangkok Speakeasy.’ It’s a work in progress.