Description:What we want from you is a new link design in silver that fits perfectly in our large product range. After the deadline, we will find a winner who will have the opportunity to engage in a continuous cooperation with us.
X Jewellery is a range of composable bracelets for women who march to their own drumbeat. Unlike many of the modular link bracelets on the market, the X Jewellery range is founded on the classic anchor chain – a symbol of strength - chosen to reflect bold women who see fashion as a form of expression. Like a self-portrait for your wrist, each composable bracelet is comprised of a set of links chosen by you to tell your unique story.
We’re looking forward to seeing your proposal.
Wants:The design is of your own choice, but there are some demands for the design for it to work with the rest of the collection:
• It’s important that it easy to see the symbol/figure (some of our zodiacs is hard to see from distance (e.g. Libra) whereas others work really well (e.g. Taurus and Scorpio). Please check www.xjewellery.com/en/shop/inspiration/zodiac-signs/
• With an X shaped opening, the bracelet links can easily be changed, so it’s very important to check out this video and follow the guidelines attached.
Don't Wants:To guide you in the right direction please check the dos and don’ts list. As you can see from this list our bestsellers are easy recognizable or has an emotion or value to it. However, our slowest moving designs is not very recognizable or has no emotional value to it.
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