Fashion / Style

Two luxury Australian brands are joining forces

Combining their collective knack for modernity and urban dressing, Australian fine jewellers Paspaley Pearls and luxury fashion label BEARE PARK are marking the beginning of a new partnership today.

Releasing their Paspaley in the City x BEARE PARK campaign, Paspaley's signature heritage pearl pieces are complimented with BEARE PARK's latest collection of tailored, paired-back essentials. Despite the heritage pearling family dating back to the 1920s, its proof that their magnificent natural pearls are wearable in all occasions and settings: "from the sea to the city".

"Jewellery should be fun and playful," said Christine Salter, creative director at Paspaley Pearls. "Everyone should be able to interpret their own personal style. Throughout the course of a week or even a day – let alone a lifetime – we all have different needs for jewellery. We might want to be more casual or more formal, more bohemian, more dressed up. Pearls work for any occasion."

Their Paspaley in the City x BEARE PARK collaboration combines "The uncomplicated sophistication of the BEARE PARK aesthetic" and pairs it with the "effortlessly... iconic Paspaley designs, the type of dressing that declares elevated ease and versatility" according to Gabriella Pereira, director at BEARE PARK.

"BEARE PARK deeply values the close tie of Paspaley Pearls to the Australian natural environment. We are an Australian made brand that champions the use of natural fibres, quality and timelessness, making this partnership one of perfect alignment," Pereira said.

Off the back of the collection release, it was also announced that Paspaley would be the exclusive jewellery partner for BEARE PARK's upcoming runway show at this year's Australian Fashion Week in May.

"Paspaley hold unparalleled esteem as a heritage Australian luxury house and the world’s premier producer of pearls. We are delighted to present our Resort 25 collection at Australian Fashion Week in May, exclusively featuring looks adorned with Paspaley Pearls," Pereira said.


Find out more on the BEARE PARK website.

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