SWAROVSKI LAUNCHES ITS SPRING 2019 COLLECTION WHERE STYLE IS BRILLIANT, INSTINCTIVE AND MEANINGFUL

General Press Releases Tuesday March 26, 2019 13:33
Bangkok--26 Mar--Spark Communications
Swarovski introduces its new Spring 2019 Collection, which stands for positivity and individuality. Taking inspiration from ancient Mediterranean cultures, the range encourages the modern woman to
#FollowYourInstinct.

Swarovski brings a sunnier outlook and meaningful moments for spring with sparkling symbols and amulets that have a rich origin story behind them. Swarovski's Creative Director Nathalie Colin says of the new collection: "Symbols can express something that sometimes words cannot. Swarovski is all about brilliance, radiance and sparkle, connected with highly positive emotions that resonate with the modern, multifaceted woman. This spring, we discover lucky symbols, protective talismans, rare trinkets and charms that offer the sparkle and meaning we all need in our lives."

There is a natural ease to the season's intricate designs. The color palette is rich and warm with golden tones, terracotta and earthy pink hues embellished with Swarovski's signature sparkle. Whether a symbol is needed for luck, love, health, growth, positivity, strength, or simply style, the Spring Collection offers a brilliant selection. Each design is an expression. Together, they make a statement.

Highlights of the Spring 2019 Collection include:

The Lucky Goddess Moroccan-style line that derives from the Creative Director's statement collection Origins and is designed to garner attention. Fresh interpretations of timeless symbols feature cascading Swarovski crystal charms in coral and turquoise shades and refined gold-toned metal work.

Olive's sophisticated pieces are ideal for everyday wear. The new refined prong setting creates a sunburst silhouette and strikes the perfect balance between statement and subtle, encapsulating Swarovski crystal in natural tones that evoke the sand and sea.

Oxygen embodies a more abstract interpretation of the ever-popular evil eye symbol. Mixed metal tones and bright blue Swarovski crystal pave inject a dose of much-needed color while the Milgrain technique brings a refined texture that dazzles in the light.

Naeli is perfect for lovers of layering. The striking mix of white and rainbow blue baguette cut elements catch the light and forms a sleek yet timeless circle silhouette. This line offers unconventional styles that will soon become jewelry box staples: bar and oversized earrings and the y-necklace.

The Swarovski Spring 2019 Collection brings a fresh new take on the new-season appeal of symbolic jewelry. Sparkling and versatile designs allow for personalization and invite women to follow their instinct, create their own style stories and feel brilliant every day.


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