MIRA by Radhika Jain AT LAKME FASHION WEEK S/R 2017

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Mira by Radhika Jain, a versatile designer from Kolkata exhibited a magnificent jewellery line at Lakme Fashion Week, Mumbai. The theme for the collection was ‘Jardin d’Eden’ (Garden of Eden), which featured an array of bespoke pieces – from stunning pendants to precious-stone necklaces, and from signature bracelets to earrings, making it perfect for any occasion. The designer used hand-crafted fibers with metallic elements and like the original Garden of Eden, it aims to be guilty pleasures of every woman.

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Vintage Collection by Amar Ghanasingh Jewellers

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Amar Ghanasingh Jewellers, a luxury design house launches its vintage line of sparkling diamonds in Mumbai. Amar Ghanasingh Jeweller’s exquisite pieces, created with brilliant cut-outs and sleek finishing resonate with elegance and timeless beauty.

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MYO presents understated luxury

MYO

MYO

Jewellery label MYO by minimalist jewellery designer Milly Ghumman presents intricately handcrafted designs that are timeless and a testimony of India’s exuberant heritage. Involving elements and artistry that has persisted through centuries and blending that with unique perspective that comes with travel to create contemporary pieces for women and men across the globe is the underlying aesthetic of this label.

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Festive Mélange by Mirari

Mirari saphhire neck embrace

Mirari saphhire neck embrace

Spruce up your festive spirits as Mirari, unveils Festive Mélange, to celebrate the season of fiesta. The collection is a perfect amalgamation of lively colours and vigorous cuts to suit the season and creating heirlooms for new modern era!

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Amrapali’s Zardozi Collection

Silver Gold Plated Crystal Mosaic Zardozi Pearl Choker by Amrapali

Silver Gold Plated Crystal Mosaic Zardozi Pearl Choker by Amrapali

Zardozi is a Persian word that means sewing with gold string. Zardozi attained its summit in the 17th century, under the patronage of Mughal Emperors. The art of zardozi was revived along with many traditional methods of embroidery in the middle of this century, after its decline with the Mughal patronage.

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