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For a fairly new entrant in the world of jewellery, Mumbai-based designer Neha Roongta’s designs are creating ripples.


Of all the pastel shades that are trending, pink dominates. Think pink, and a medley of colours come to mind.

GARGI RATHI has no fondness for any other gemstone except emeralds. For this UK-based next-gen jewellery designer, emeralds are her first and only love…

ADORN’s cover girl, Sobhita Dhulipala, actor, model and Miss India Earth, looks every inch a modern belle…

Tanishq, India’s most preferred jewellery brand, presents a vast range of 22-karat gold jewellery featuring crafts such as chitrai, filigree, granulation, metal textures and …

The latest Blooming Arrow collection by high-end jewellery brand Gyan Jewels, Jaipur, takes inspiration from a medieval Ragamala painting.

Gehna Jeweller’s new collection in rose gold is just right for your day wardrobe.

EISHITA PURI, founder designer of a two-year-old New Delhi-based fashion jewellery brand Eurumme (pronounced as yaw-rum), deviates from the beaten track. Her standout handcrafted pieces extol the virtues of imperfection – the minimalist but idiosyncratic creations come in irregular formats and are highlighted with hammered, crushed, brushed, or polished finishes.

Australia-based MARGOT McKINNEY’s jewellery compositions are an aesthetic assembly of colourful gemstones – a bright and muted harmony of hues that evoke striking, polychromatic imagery. A traveller at heart, an astute business woman, a fearless pursuer of her dreams, and an elegant fashionista – Margot is all of this rolled into one. A diva in her own right, she is the most celebrated jewellery artist of her times in her country as well as in cities across the globe where she has left an indelible mark with her varicoloured collections. Travelling around the world for almost half the year to single out gems and pearls for her bold creations, Margot uses this time to take in the beauty of the various landscapes and natural bounties. Back home, an energized Margot gets into the design mode and confesses to literally dreaming up forms and colour combinations – depicting nature in its most captivating avatars.

The new-age bride-to-be references the past, but adds a fresh spin by opting for heavily detailed 22-karat gold jewellery.


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