PANDORA has a special place in my heart. Their charm bracelet was Aaron's first gift to me. Their rings were my sister's present to me using her first pay check. Their charms are a sort of traditional Christmas gift from us siblings to mummy now, given her adoration for them. Thus, without even realising it, PANDORA has become closely attributed to love and giving in my life. Coincidentally, in Greek mythology, "Anesidora" is an epithet for Pandora, which means "she who sends up gifts" - indeed quite true in my case :)
So when I was given this opportunity to create visuals for PANDORA, I wanted to play on that theme. I envisioned a romantic escapade in a autumn-stricken forest. A bit whimsical, a bit fairy tale-like, some sparkles, and a lot of red - it's arguably the colour of love. This little shrub in Daylesford, although not a forest, was a perfect fit in its own right - Autumn in red with PANDORA.