Pandora Recruits Photographer Luke Gilford For Latest "Color" Campaign

Pandora Recruits Photographer Luke Gilford For Latest "Color" Campaign

Pandora Recruits Photographer Luke Gilford For Latest "Color" Campaign

The campaign will see ‘Sabrina’ star Lachlan Watson, pop musician Empress Of, model and activist Gabrielle Richardson, and more.

The campaign will see ‘Sabrina’ star Lachlan Watson, pop musician Empress Of, model and activist Gabrielle Richardson, and more.

Text: Lorena Caro

Pandora is teaming up with renowned filmmaker and photographer Luke Gilford for their latest release titled “Colors”. The release will highlight fearless self-expression across beauty, fashion, sustainability and more. 

This campaign will feature Netflix’s standout non-binary ‘Sabrina’ star Lachlan Watson, pop musician Empress Of, model and activist Gabrielle Richardson, wellness and sustainability thought-leader Sophia Li and model and photographer Deon Hinton

The looks will be created in part by makeup artist Raisa Flowers and stylist Rachael Wang, who will bring their own “fresh look on how to interpret and style Colors pieces”. 

As for the collection itself, the pieces will range from gold rings with multicolored gemstones, to matching bracelets with gem charms in a similar color palette. There will also be necklaces and earrings in a variety of styles ranging in pink, blue, green, red, and turquoise palettes.

The cast can be seen sporting the new Pandora collection wearing looks that match individual single tone backdrops. The images are reminiscent of Luke Gilford’s own style, seen throughout some of his previous portraiture works. Best described as “poetic and cinematic”, the photographer is known for capturing subjects “using a strong sense of intimacy”. His work has been featured on campaigns for Valentino, Apple, and Mercedes Benz along with media outlets such as The New York Times, Vanity Fair, and Vogue

Pandora’s "Colors" will launch this week. In the meantime, check out some of the looks below: 

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