Tribe Amrapali recently collaborated with fashion couturier Masaba Gupta to release a super mod line-up of jewellery Ghana Ghana consisting of chunky, layered or oversized tiered necklaces, tasselled earrings, small ear studs and rings available in classic gold-plated and silver.
Van Cleef & Arpels has given pride of place to flora, contributing all the excellence of its savoirfaire to the pastoral tableau. Nature, one of the maison’s favourite themes, has instilled its rhythm, freshness and perpetual metamorphoses into the Pivoine Secrète high jewellery watch.
Nature, culture and architecture are the recurrent leitmotifs of Alta Gioielleria (high jewellery) presented by Dolce & Gabbana (DG), the glamorous fashion luxury Italian …
Repurposing or remodelling old, inherited jewellery has many paybacks, prime among them is being able to retain and wear the piece that has sentimental value attached to it. The other reason is to preserve such pieces that are created with timeless crafts — most of which are today on the verge of extinction. Shanoo Bijlani spoke to three top designers from India to find out their take on the subject.
Here’s a delectable feast for those who have an insatiable appetite for luxurious indulgence. Go ahead, satisfy your cravings!
“The sound of the spoon breaking was so loud. So clear. I will never forget it.” – WALLACE CHAN.
It all began with the dropping of a porcelain spoon used for dinner when he was young.
Staying rooted to her culture comes naturally to her. But she is the woman of today and stepping up her fashion game is equally an effortless task for her.
Little did we know that when we first met fashion photographer Toranj way back in 2013 for an editorial shoot that she would one day be gracing the cover herself. We immediately fell in love with her vivacious spirit, positive energy and prodigious talent…
She is a connoisseur of fine jewellery, a woman of high taste, who appreciates art. Living every moment in the present, she respects the past and loves to romance with gemstones. The lady looks stunning in new-age, 18-karat jadau jewellery from the Anaira (‘unique’ in Sanskrit) collection by RANIWALA 1881.
Apurva Kothari looks more like a corporate honcho than a jewellery designer. But then appearances can be deceptive. A student of Carnegie Mellon University, with a degree in finance, Apurva suddenly realised that cracking numbers was not what he wanted to do all his life.