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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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UK-based award-winning fine jewellery designer, Flora Bhattachary launched her latest collection as part of the fine jewellery presentation curated by La Maison Couture,

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A strong in-built design sense combined with a lineage of
Palanpuri community diamond dealers proved to be fortuitous for Riddhi Doshi, a Mumbai-based jewellery designer, who has been steadfastly making a name for herself in the bespoke jewellery segment. Blessed with an affable demeanour, Riddhi loves her profession as much as she loves to look after her husband and her two young children. A jewellery designer par excellence, Riddhi also devotes time to scuba-diving, dancing, and travelling. Her bejewelled, diamond-studded creations blend the magic of quintessentially vintage style and modern-day glamour. Each individual, she believes, is unique and so, she creates a special piece for every special client.
The secret of her success in running an eponymous jewellery
brand since the last ten years lies in hard work, passion towards
her craft, nurturing clients and creating timeless works of art that they can cherish for life.

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Diamonds sizzle and so does this femme fatale, who looks drop-dead gorgeous in high thigh-slit gowns, décolleté jackets and fur coats.

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Jewellery revivalist Roopa Vohra is out with a new collection featuring jewellery inspired by the age-old Mughal craft from Rajasthan, thewa. The intricate art, …

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Noor by Isharya, a high-end fashion jewellery brand, draws inspiration from Mughal architecture, especially the inlay work with step-cut stones arranged with precision into …

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