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AGATHA Paris celebrates The Rolling Stones

Release Date: Immediate (7th November 2012)
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AGATHA Paris celebrates The Rolling Stones

AGATHA Paris celebrates The Rolling Stones

The French fashion accessories brand launches an exclusive collection to mark the 50th anniversary of the iconic band.


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Bravado, the leading global music merchandising company and a division of Universal Music Group (UMG), has partnered with popular French jewellery brand AGATHA Paris to celebrate and commemorate the 50th anniversary of The Rolling Stones with an exclusive line of branded jewellery and accessories.

AGATHA Paris is dancing to the tunes of rock ’n roll this season. The French fashion accessories brand has launched an exclusive collection in honour and celebration of the legendary band, The Rolling Stones. Marking its 50th anniversary this year, the iconic band now has an exclusive collection to its name from AGATHA Paris.

Entailing everything that the band stands for – the music, the moves and the iconic symbols, AGATHA’s new collection is a pure celebration of the bands 50 years in music.

“We love rock ‘n roll, and we absolutely love The Rolling Stones,” says Mitchell Grant, Director of AGATHA Paris in New Zealand. “We are delighted to introduce our collection in collaboration with The Rolling Stones. This collection is a celebration of everything that the band has given to the world of music over 50 years. We have fused the iconic symbols of the band into a beautiful fashion line, giving every Rolling Stones fan a special keepsake of the band.”

“AGATHA Paris is one of France’s most recognized brands,” stated Ms. Rap-Veber, Director of Universal Music Consulting & Contents & Bravado France. “So we were confident that our partnership with them would result in a beautifully designed and wearable collection. Not only were we not disappointed, but these pieces are sure to please both die-hard Rolling Stones fans as well as jewellery wearers looking for something special.”

The Rolling Stones collection recreates the unique, upbeat feel of the band in delicate jewellery. While the most recognised symbol of the band, the tongue motif, is the main inspiration behind the collection, AGATHA Paris has created a diverse range of fashion accessories that captures the various symbols of The Rolling Stones such as the guitar, the plectrum and vinyl disc.

The magic of The Rolling Stones has been captured into rings, bracelets, watches, necklaces, brooches, earrings and hair accessories in the most brilliant and precious materials, including rhinestones, enamel, steel, sterling silver, and 9 carat gold.

The Rolling Stones collection by AGATHA Paris launches at the AGATHA Paris fashion jewellery boutique at the Top of Vulcan Lane, Auckland Central 16 November.

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