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Thomas Sabo designs new mix-and-match Chains collection

Thomas Sabo designs new mix-and-match Chains collection

Self-confident in design, the new Thomas Sabo Chains of the 2018 Autumn/Winter Collection are perfect for expressive statements.

With its new collection, Thomas Sabo offers modern looks and unprecedented mix-and-match possibilities, globally launching within all categories: A multitude of handmade link chains, vintage rings and medallions make their entrance with new combinations which replace the classic jewellery set. Astro-inspired, en-vogue motifs such as moon and star designs complete the collections and invite you to dream. Whether in Generation Charm Club, the mystical Kingdom of Dreams series or the self-confident Rebel at heart aesthetic – all transitions are fluid.

Thanks to a new way of wearing, jewellery becomes an expressive accessory with a personal statement. A credo that will shape the design language of the new Thomas Sabo Autumn/Winter 2018 Collections. After all, jewellery lovers today are concerned primarily with creating unique styles from the most diverse pieces of jewellery.

Self-confident in design, the new THOMAS SABO Chains of the 2018 Autumn/Winter Collection are perfect for expressive statements. Unconventionally combined chain links highlight the personality of the wearer.

 

“Customers can express many facets of the current zeitgeist just by combining jewellery. Everyone is invited to create their own mix of styles from our colour codes, forms, styles and cultural and epochal inspirations,” says Creative Director Susanne Kölbli.

The new mix of trends, brand heritage and the highest standards of design made of 925 Sterling silver can be discovered from July 2018 in Thomas Sabo shops, at http://www.thomassabo.com and at selected partners. In travel retail, Thomas Sabo is on sale in many airport locations and also onboard many of the world’s top airlines.

 

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