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Aisshpra Gems & Jewels, known for its impeccable designs and craftsmanship, presents a fresh line-up of bridal finery.

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A qualified architect, Pavan Anand had always been fascinated by jewellery and its intricate templates gleaming with rare gemstones.

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Famous couturiers Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla explore a new medium of jewellery designing with their debut collection Luminescent Rose, crafted by Saboo, based …

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After a stint in modelling, acting in Marathi movies, and television serials, MRUNAL THAKUR became a household name following Balaji Telefilm’s Kumkum Bhagya.

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The sophisticated 6299 Hollywood Blvd. capsule collection by Zoya consists of 43 masterfully crafted pieces.

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The Trinity collection by a bright Italian-Brazilian jewellery designer, Bia Tambelli, embodies geometric elegance and spirituality enshrined in 18-karat gold.

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The collection A Walk Through Venice by Dubai-based jewellery designer Vinita Michael evokes the romance associated with the City of Masks.

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Delicious fruits have been articulated in precious colour gemstones in the latest Forbidden Fruit collection by London-based designer Anabela Chan.

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Teasing out and chiselling an alluring and classy piece of jewellery from a piece of wood can be a challenge as it can be difficult to manipulate it to get the desired result. Wood is organic and is expressive, according to RAZIA KUNJ, the creative founder of the eponymous label that she founded two years ago. Her handmade jewellery collections with colourful Indian motifs have a playful, quirky edge and are infused with a feisty spirit. Blending the natural character of wood with her artistic brilliance, Razia’s collections are earthy yet contemporary in form.

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Debasmita Ghosh from Ahmedabad belongs to a breed of artists, who express their ideas by using common material – in her case she prefers the humble glass. In December 2017, Debasmita launched her brand Aadikara, meaning the first
creator, and another name for Lord Brahma. In a short span, success has followed this NIFT and NID Design postgraduate. She manipulates glass to create beautiful, nature-inspired designer jewellery that blew our minds.

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