Simplistic statement at its best is what can be said for this collection – Frosted treasure by Mehtaphor. Each piece is handcrafted with brass, kundan stones, and pearls and is gold plated.
Alpana Gujral is a distinguished jewelry designer from New Delhi, India who has been arduously perfecting her craft for over 25 years. Over the years she has worked closely with master craftsmen from the state of Rajasthan to develop her signature style of jewelry–a marriage of traditional styles with contemporary forms.
Designer duo Paras and Shalini, presented an evening wear collection that takes inspiration from the idea of fossilized flowers preserved in time. The silhouettes were diverse—drapes and pleats, and maxis and separates, contrasted with romantic 50s baby doll skirts.
Reminiscing Indian Heritage is a store located at the heart of Bombay, dedicated to rich Indian heritage, collectibles, pure silver furniture and heritage jewellery. Enter ‘The Big Door’, a 7500 sq ft concept store marked by a spectacular and imposing 25 feet high antique-inspired green door, to provide one-of-a-kind experience to its patrons with every square foot donned with limited edition hand-selected pieces that insinuate colonial India.
Suhani Pittie’s jewellery has always made great style statements at fashion shows and at Lakmé Fashion Week Winter/Festive 2014 her collection called ‘Found And Lost’ was all about love that needs to be treasured and valued. With German silver, plated brass and copper, acrylic as well as pearls, Suhani wove an interesting story, which featured as the main highlight for a multiple offering of innovative jewellery.