Daniel Wellington, a leading timepiece manufacturer known for their contemporary and sleek design, is set to broaden their accessories range with the launch of the new Daniel Wellington Classic Ring.

Dipika Pallikal, a ranking champion in squash, joins the unveiling of the new Daniel Wellington Classic Ring at the VR Mall today. The new DW Classic Ring is the latest addition to the Classic Collection, a selection of bracelets, which pays homage to the minimalistic design that has defined the brands renowned watches.

Available in a radiant silver colour or beautiful rose gold plating, it is crafted in the image of the collection that is to adopt it, and demonstrates the precision and delicacy with which Daniel Wellington approaches design, making it the perfect addition to any attire and any occasion.

Commenting on the launch, Dipika Pallikal said “Daniel Wellington is renowned for classic and timeless style which perfectly matches my personality. The new ring is delicate and gives a perfect finishing touch to all of my outfits. Just what I was looking for!”

Celebrated actor Ayushmann Khurrana who was recently announced as the male face of Daniel Wellington India was one of the first to test the new product. He added, “I love to mix and match and create my personal style. The new ring has a clean design that allows me to combine my accessories and create my own classic look.”

The Classic Ring is priced at Rs. 2,399 and onwards, will be available in four colour variants for women and two variants for men.

About Daniel Wellington

Daniel Wellington is a Swedish watch brand known for their minimalistic and refined design. Founded in 2011 by Filip Tysander, the inspiration for the brand was the culmination of Tysander’s travels and a chance encounter with an Englishman by the name of Daniel Wellington. Suffice it to say, the gentleman left a lasting impression on the young entrepreneur who went on to name his eponymous brand after Daniel Wellington.

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