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Festive collection from Voylla

Classic Kundan Floral Brass Ring

Voylla, India’s leading fashion-jewelry brand has launched its exclusive range of jewelry for the upcoming festive season. This exciting new collection that is a tribute to the rich culture and heritage of India, is inspired by handcrafted and traditional jewelry which is ornate yet trendy for the fashion-conscious buyer of

Karn Malhotra Unveils His Latest Collection Queen of Hearts

Karn Malhotra Collections

Mumbai, August: Mumbai Based young and charismatic Designer Karn Malhotra brings in his latest collection ‘Queen of Heart’.  His Latest collection is an inspiration from global mainstream popular culture and has made his own personal style that represents ideas, perspectives and attitudes of today ‘QUEEN OF HEARTS’ is a melange of party dresses, signature

Mughal Mystique by Purab Paschim

Purab Pachim

Founded in 2013, Purab Paschim by Ankit Khullar is a brand synonymous with statement style, aesthetics inspired from Indian royalty. It blends the majesty and mesmerising details of Mughal-inspired jewellery into its handcrafted luxury bridal collections. Patrons are aware that almost 80% of their designs are customised and curated specially for each

Celebrate the season of love with Pristine Fire’s Valentine’s day Collection

Pristine Fire

Pristine Fire has launched their ‘Hearts’ collection of fine jewellery for Valentine’s Day, celebrating the concept of love. Crafted to finesse, the Valentine’s Day collection is everything you ever wished for. Each piece in the ‘Hearts’ Valentine collection is carefully crafted to celebrate love and romance. This valentine collection offers a

Fine Silver Jewellery By Lara Morakhia

Fine Silver Jewellery By Lara Morakhia

Lara Morakhia, who makes her Bungalow 8 debut this weekend, is quite literally an accidental designer. A doctor by training, she was forced to give up practice when a trekking accident left her incapacitated for over nine months. It was then that Lara, known in chic circles for her sumptuous collection of Indian art, channeled