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Found in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Tanzanite is a violet-blue gemstone that was named by Tiffany & Co after the country it originated in. The stone is known to radiate energies that help emotional and physical healing. It is also said to possess spiritual energies that help meditate and raise one’s consciousness. View Slideshow »
It is not often that you get to witness the very best of Indian design genius joining creative forces with an avant-garde international brand such as Swarovski. Luxpresso explores the outcome of this collaboration. Continue Reading »
For the past 25 years, jeweller Sunita Shekhawat has been reviving traditional meenakari in unusual tones and hues. Over her 25 years in the jewellery industry, Jaipur-based Sunita Shekhawat has become known for reviving the traditional art of enameling in unusual colour combinations. “I don’t just make jewellery to sell. I strive to make pieces that would become part of legacies one day,” she says. Fifteen years after the opening of her Jaipur flagship in 1999, she opened her second store in Delhi’s upmarket Defence Colony last month. Continue Reading »
Diamond jeweller Nirav Modi talks about his empire of fine bijouterie, the craft and his muse, business plans and the success story behind the brand. Continue Reading »
From being mentioned in the Hebrew bible to adorning curtains in royal manors during the Victorian era, tassels-loosely suspended threads from a knot-have been in vogue since 1300 BC. After being included in outfits by designers like Manish Malhotra, Tarun Tahiliani, and Sabyasachi, as latkans, the style is now part of jewellery collections. View Slideshow »
American jewellery brand Harry Winston recently unveiled its first HW logo collection that features the iconic symbol of the century-old celebrity jeweller. Continue Reading »
Celebrate November with the sunshine hue of citrine-the birthstone of the month. A yellow variety of Quartz, the stone derives its name from the French word Citron, meaning lemon. It was a rare yet popular gem of the Art Deco period between World War l and World War ll. View Slideshow »
Britain’s iconic jewellery brand Graff is known for its rare and large diamonds. And now, the brand has presented the world’s largest D Flawless heart-shaped diamond. Called Graff Venus it totals up to 118.78 carats. Named after the Roman goddess of love, this exceptional stone took over 18 months for craftsmen to analyse, cut, and polish it. The bite-sized diamond was cut from a massive 357 carat rough stone. Continue Reading »
Zoya, a diamond boutique from the house of Tata, is launching its latest jewellery collection tomorrow at the brand’s Khar store in Mumbai. Called Krsna, the collection inspired by the tales of Lord Krishna will be unveiled in association with the Delhi-based Art Alive Gallery. The jewellery will be exhibited at the store alongside artworks and sculpture by 16 renowned artists, including Thota Vaikuntam, Sanjay Bhattacharya, Shipra Bhattacharya, Sudhanshu Sutar, and Bratin Khan. Continue Reading »
Going ga-ga over your BFF’s solitaire is passé. It’s time we showed our men the same excitement. Here’s a list of the most badass rings you can gift your man. After all, if you’re head over heels, you might as well put that ring on him in style! View Slideshow »
Wearing an embellished dress from Fendi's Resort Wear 2017 collection
For the shoot of an upcoming Koffee with Karan Season 5 episode