Sono: Anjhula Singh Bais, Archana Kumar - Candice Pinto - Deepa Chari, Diva Dhawan, Fiona, Jeniffer Sodhi, Kavita Kharayat, Kaylie Bodeker, Lekha Antharaman, Nicole Faria, Nina, Rikee Chatterjee, Sanea Sheikh, Simran Mundi, Sophia, Alecia Raut, Angela Johnsson, Bryndis, Elena, Hasleen, Hemangi Parte, Liza Golden, Maddison Mckay, Manasvi Mamgai, Preeti Dhata, Rachel Bayros, Reha Sukheja, Shamita Singha, Sony, Sucheta Sharma, Surelee Joseph
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I gioielli di Eina Ahluwalia per Brething Space
At Breathing Space© we believe in uplifting jewellery from mere ornamentation to an Intricate, Intimate & Interactive Object of Art. Our niche is ‘Individualistic Statement Jewellery’ and our philosophy, ‘Subtle yet Powerful’.Over the last seven years our style has evolved from being inspired by Eina’s travels, reading & photography, to her emotions in response to life experiences.Her jewellery has been selected to show at Sieraad Art Fair in Amsterdam, and she is one of the 14 participants selected worldwide for ‘Move Now’, a conceptual jewellery workshop by pioneering conceptual jeweler Ruudt Peters in Holland.
Borse, cinture e gioielli di Malini Agarwala per Malaga
Malini Agarwalla launched the label Malaga in 2004. Malaga specializes in carefully handcrafted bags, belts, footwear and fashion jewellery of a wide range and design for women with both traditional and contemporary tastes. Rich embellishments of jeweled pieces, precious and semi-precious stones, swarovski crystals, embroidery, beadwork and zardosi (gold threadwork) are interwoven with use of materials such as fibre, leather and various fabrics (silk, brocade, jute, linen, denim, velvet, cotton etc.) to create a stunning array of formal and casual line of accessories for women. Malini Agarwalla with her line launched a collection of custom handmade jeweled handbags. These painstakingly hand crafted jewellery handbags are each one of a kind. Malaga has stores in Mumbai and Delhi
I gioielli più contemporanei li ha presentati Suhani Pittie
A graduate from GIA, U.S.A., Suhani Pittie launched her jewellery label in 2004. A Gemology instructor herself, she is a recipient of the Singem Award for Excellence and the first Indian jewellery artist to participate at Miami Fashion Week. Elle magazine named Suhani as one of the “30 rising stars of India” and also enlisted her in “The Top 10 Women to Watch out for”. Suhani’s jewellery rebels with candid combinations and unexpected contradictions. Her forte lies in the amalgamation of textured metal with stones, buttons, pins, wood, glass and anything else that catches her fancy.Her collections retail from her flagship store in Hyderabad and 17 other boutiques/ fashion portals across India.
Anche su Glossom: "Collection Description - The Lakme Fashion Week, the pioneer of Trends in India, is branding Indian Fashion Seasons by giving consumers and Fashionistas a sense of empowerment and a better sense of the value of the Indian market. A growing desire to comprehend Traditions and Trends is simplified by the Lakme Fashion Week, to shift the mind-set of the fashion professionals into a new experiential normal. India’s foray into fashion starts from its heritage and traditions, we follow rituals and festivals which are colourful and lively. An innovative and unisex palette offers candy pink, eggplant and dark purple. These colours dare to define a masculine style tinted by more feminine notes that flatter all wardrobes. The confident citrus cocktail orange, mandarin, pineapple and lemon are winners. The shades that follow are classic and exotic, they are a delicacy to savour featuring deep harmonies enhanced with ochre yellow and dynamic orange. Browns come in a variety of hues spanning from beige to ebony including a greyish brown for timid and discrete coordinates with reserved, classic allure. Yellow is a colour of energy and optimism and signifies sharing. It exudes a sense of the positive. Hence Colour and Spirituality are synonymous to India. Pink is not the first colour of choice, but the family of reds continues to influence fashion thinking. The red range, a sure bet for bold silhouettes high in colour and perfectly illustrating masculine and feminine pieces, offers salmon tinted, rust and carmine tones. India showcased richness in fabric selections coupled with embellishments and extensively embroidered ensembles. References could be made from Bollywood culture to the ancient Mughul fusing with the western silhouettes and influences."