Anomaly by Anam: Living In Shin
Jewellery designer Anam Patel seriously turns up the drama with shin harnesses, arm cuffs, thick anklets and over the ear cuffs with long danglers, crafted from the finest metal alloys. Browse her Mandala and Bellum collections to see how Rome, Greece and Buddhist art can be pieced together. The jewellery is also specially treated to be anti-corrosion, anti-scratch and moisture resistant.
bpb Loves: The simple anklet and bold shin guard.
Azotiique: The Kohinoor’s Last Sigh
Shopping at Azotiique is like rifling through a friend’s well-stocked armoire. One eyeful at this multi-branded jewellery store can reveal a Nine Vice hair pin shaped like a Moulin Rouge dancer; an Outhouse feather & pearl brooch; Maithali Kabre’s pixel tops; and necklaces by Eina Ahluwalia, Suhani Pittie and Confluence. And tending to this treasure trove is owner Varun Raheja, always ready with suggestions, a smile and a set of blue eyes as sparkling as sapphires. Besides contemporary and Indian jewellery (priced between Rs 1,000 to Rs 20,000) country’s top designers also sell limited edition, capsule collections at Azotiique.
bpb Loves: Maithali Kabre’s elegant champagne rose danglers and Nine Vice hair pin.
Isharya: Sale Mail
If you’ve taken a shine to Isharya’s lovely jewellery, know this: their #EpicSale edit (up to 70% off) will not only continue at their Bandra store but will also comes to a South Bombay location (Stoffa at Colaba) from July 3-5. Meanwhile, their elegant new Noor collection which will launch on July 15, will be on preview at the Bandra store from July 9-15. Go fill your cart with salmon pink rings and peacock blue studs, and while you’re there feel blessed that their popular Angel Dust collection is back in stock!
bpb Loves: Noor blush studded bangles.
Misho Design: Crown-ing Glory
When Art History major Suhani Parekh turned to jewellery, the result was bold, gold pieces inspired by her interactions with contemporary art and architectural styles of the cities she has travelled to and lived in. “A vocabulary of clean lines, architectural forms and simplified geometric shapes,” is how the brand describes itself. Very quickly post launch, Misho became top choice for celebrities back home and in Hollywood; browse their Instagram for pictures of The Crown’s Claire Foy, Rihanna, Kim Kardashian, Kareena Kapoor and Deepika Padukone wearing these designs.
bpb loves: Trio of sterling silver hair ties.
Tribe By Amrapali: Snake Charmer
Put your hands together for Shiva, Tribe By Amrapali’s newest jewellery collection inspired by the tribal origins of the Lord. Shiva and Indus Valley iconography – the third eye, Nandi Bel, trishul, cobra, shivling, serpents - are caste into bold cuffs, nose pins, charm bracelets and multi-layered necklaces plated in gold and ash.
bpb loves: Shiva charm bracelet.
Tribe by Amrapali, Palladium, 1st floor, unit No: F-8B, shop no. 462, Senapati Bapat Marg, Lower Parel, call 49706869, Visit https://www.tribebyamrapali.com/, follow them on Instagram here, Facebook here and Twitter here.
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