Pandora's Global Muses Celebrate the Return of Special Occasions.
As we welcome the return of special occasions in everyday life, Pandora‘s six Global Muses - Evan Mock, Precious Lee, Georgia May Jagger, Cici Xiang, Tasya van Ree and Larsen Thompson - appear in Pandora’s new Wearing Occasions style series, directed by internationally acclaimed filmmaker Barbara Anastacio and styled by stylist and editor Gabriella Karefa-Johnson.
Now more than ever, any occasion - big or small - feels special: an excuse to celebrate and express ourselves through our style. Pandora’s Wearing Occasions concept allows us to rejoice in the everyday moments in life as well as the big events and milestones.
The Global Muses encompass a diverse range of talents and backgrounds: from dancers to actors, models, and artists. Each one is celebrated for their distinctive sense of style, bold self-expression, and authentic voice. This year, three new Muses - Evan Mock, Precious Lee, and Cici Xiang - join Georgia May Jagger, Larsen Thompson, and Tasya van Ree, who has been Pandora Muses since 2019. Through intimate style diaries that celebrate the return of everyday occasions to wear their favourite jewellery, each Muse reflects on their personal style and reveals how they express their individuality.
Together, the diaries follow the Muses across the world at different moments within a single day, demonstrating that the latest Wearing Occasions pieces within the Pandora Moments collection can be styled to suit any occasion. We wake up in New York City with professional skateboarder, actor, and photographer Evan Mock, who explains what it means to be a rulebreaker. Then it’s on to Shanghai for a mid-morning stroll with Chinese model and art patron Cici Xiang, before heading back to NYC for a fashion shoot with pioneering model and diversity champion Precious Lee, who reveals how strong women in her life helped develop her daring sense of style.
We take an afternoon drive through LA with photographer Tasya van Ree, whose style treads the fine line between masculine and feminine, before heading to the LA home of supermodel Georgia May Jagger, as she gets ready for a night out. We end the day with dancer, model, and actress Larsen Thompson just before she sashays out to a party. Whatever their age, gender, location, background, or outlook, the Global Muses aren’t afraid to wear their Pandora pieces in their own way. Whether worn with attitude, grace, ease, or confidence, the jewellery can be styled to tell a unique story.
“Working with the six Global Muses was really enlightening and pushed my creative process,” says stylist Gabriella Karefa-Johnson. “I’m always about getting to know my subject because what you wear is an expression of who you are. I thoroughly researched each of the Muses; I found out what they love, what they are passionate about, and what they want to put out in the world through their own imagery. I tried to recreate that in the jewellery I chose for them.”
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