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Syna’s success can not only be attributed to their over a decade-long existence in the industry, but also their strong and clear aesthetic that hinges on “keeping it simple”…

Up – And – Coming Brazilian Designer Bia Tambelli Is One To Watch. Her Pieces Are Bold Modern, And Centre On Geometric Shapes And Mathematical Analysis. She Chats About Her Back Ground, Spiritualism, And What’s Next For Her Namesake Line.

Talented and committed, Gunjan Suri, is one of India’s well-known award-winning jewellery designers and a qualified gemmologist from the Gemological Institute of India (GII). …

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.

Life in general is an inspiration for this Indian-born designer settled in America. Priyadarshini Himatsingka is well-known for her signature handmade creations that have a feel of imperfection – leaning towards the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi. Defining modern minimalism, her austere creations in silver and gold are sometimes garnished with a smattering of rose-cuts that are specially cut in her studio.

When ANAM PATEL couldn’t find the kind of jewellery that she wanted in stores, she decided to create them herself.

JESSICA POOLE is known for her bespoke bridal creations. Her mastery lies in bringing a fabric-like softness, fluidity, twists and folds to precious metals.

Expressing oneself through the choice of jewellery, accessories and clothes is a crucial art, believes Nathalie Colin, creative director of the Consumer Goods Business …

Call it lack of nerves or the inability to express her feelings, ace jewellery designer AVANTIKA KUMAR AGRAWAL fell in line with the conventional ‘engineering-or-medical’ study …

At first glance, VERSHALI JAIN’s jewellery passes off as a random assemblage of twigs, sprigs and leaves – verdant foliage that looks more like an abstract …


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