Dream girl, activist, actress and icon Millie Bobby Brown has co-designed a new series of Pandora jewellery.
This new Pandora Me collection is a celebration of self-expression and curating your own individual style.
To create this unique collection, Millie collaborated with Pandora’s designers and creative directors, Francesco Terzo and A. Filippo Ficarelli, to co-design four micro hanging charms and an earring. Each is hand-finished in sterling silver and inspired by Millie’s vision of summer. Get ready to dive into summer, a starfish, pineapple, flamingo, ocean wave and sea turtle are the symbols she chose to bring to life in her co-creations.
The Pandora Me range includes four key pieces that feature Millie's whimsical charms are designed to stack and layer. The bracelet, safety pin brooch, brand new necklace and earring have been created to wear alone or with your other pieces, whatever your personal style dictates.
Add an edge to your look with the new chunky Pandora Me Link Necklace or make a statement about the things you love with the industrial Pandora Me Link Bracelet. And who said you can only wear Pandora Me charms on a bracelet or necklace? Bring a unexpected touch to your outfit by adding Pandora Me charms to your favourite earrings or show off your creativity by pinning the Pandora Me Brooch.
"For the Pandora Me collection, I wanted to capture the fun summer colours and the beauty of what the sea offers us. All of the symbols are my absolute favourite parts of summer and each charm holds a fun memory or meaning to me," said Millie of the collection.
This collection is fun, unique and all about celebrating individual style - which is something we can absolutely get behind. It's all available now at Pandora online.
Millie’s passions for important social causes elevated her to become the youngest person ever to be included on TIME Magazine’s annual “100 Most Influential People” list. An impress feat for someone who's just 16. She's also been appointed by UNICEF as the youngest Goodwill Ambassador in the program’s history.