This wedding and festive season, diamonds truly are your best friend...and so are pearls, and let’s not forget crystals or gold! Whether you like the sheen of Bvlgari or the classic pairings of Tiffany & Co., there exists a daunting list of possibilities. And not to forget, the dazzling spread at local jewelsmiths or the charming world of bespoke creations. We help you winnow through the list with our choices from international and Indian brands:
Started by industry legend, Coco Chanel, the brand is known for their ultra-feminine finesse. Their range of fine contemporary jewelry combines the latest trends in fashion with the timelessness of gold. This season’s exclusive is a range with the lion motif, Sous Le Signe Du Lion, available with blue enamel and diamonds. It is a great choice for the upcoming festive season or for one of the myriad ceremonies that make the big fat Indian wedding.
A brand known for its exquisitely crafted diamond pieces, it is also renowned for buying-in famous diamonds and resetting them, including working with a 1109-carat! Check out their bridal collection, the intense sparkle is testament to their cutting-edge technique.
Home to the first cultured pearl and an established reputation for the best gems in the business, Mikimoto is our favourite couture jewelry company. Any one of their pieces is a statement-worthy addition to your jewelry box. We recommend investing in a string of pearls that elevates a simple outfit for any occasion.
Not just for the Bollywood fan keen on Sonam Kapoor’s choices, Amrapali's impressive range includes traditional pieces and quirky additions like ear cuffs. Pair your kurta or lehenga with a lone earring or sport a mangteeka with crystals and stand out from the crowd at your bestie’s sangeet!
Mango might not be the first choice that comes to mind when thinking about jewelry for an evening cocktail, but trust us, their eclectic collection ensures there is something for anyone looking to experiment. Their collection in the ever popular rose gold or choices in tortoiseshell may be just the right kind of androgynous accent you’ve been looking for!