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Presenting Her Story’s finest collection for the modern-traditional woman
Her Story, a precious jewellery brand that comes alive with metaphors reflecting a woman’s identity in different aspects of her life introduces the latest and one its finest collection ‘Heart of Blue’ – a whimsical curation of pendants, rings, and studs inspired by the blues of Jodhpur.
The brand | Designed with the sensitivity of craft and sentiment each piece from Her Story is deeply symbolic of a place in time, a moment captured, and emotion felt, true to the personality of the woman. Exquisite and unique diamond cuts, inspired engineering, surprising designs; all become the ideal background against which this Mumbai based jewelry house comes to life.
The inspiration behind ‘Heart of Blue’ | The collection captures the duality of a woman who is resilient yet grounded; she seeks moments that provide balance, the experiences that make her heart race while giving her a sense of peace. And this beautiful tension of chaos and calm that flows within her gives birth to this kaleidoscopic-esque collection of polished jewels which is subtle with a rage.
Design | Evocatively visualized in the kaleidoscopic blues of Jodhpur’s serene walls and aesthetics, the collection has been designed in a methodical order that juxtaposes the ‘chaos’ in the colour stone inlay work of lapiz and ‘çalm’ in the turquoise hue that comes together in a fine symphony of creativity and precious stones.
Within the sophisticated ethos of the brand, which is modern, elegant yet introspective, the ‘Heart of Blue’ jewelry collection celebrates a quiet delight for all the women who’d like adding a philosophical piece of jewel to their trove. Visit the store at Silverine, 33, Altamount Road, Mumbai.
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