Here’s our edit of the top five Indian accessory designers that are giving us major bling goals.
Inspired by Indian heritage, arts and culture, Suhani Pittie is one designer that you won’t regret going to if you want jewelry that is understated, yet elegant and stylish. Based out of Hyderabad, this veteran designer is a Gemological Institute of America graduate and sister to fashion designer, Anamika Khanna. Suhani started her career in 2004, and was the first jewelry designer to showcase her collection at the Miami Fashion Week. She is also the recipient of the prestigious Singam Award For Excellence in Gemology.
Rooted in spirituality and femininity, Eina Ahluwalia’s designs speak volumes about the individual wearer. She is also known as the first Indian Conceptual Jewelry Artist. Based out of Kolkata, Eina uses her art to communicate with the world and her contemporary and beautiful collections are an amalgamation of fashion and art.
If you’re looking for exquisite hand crafted sculptural jewelry, a visit to the Pallavi Foley studio in Bangalore in a must. A connoisseur in the field of avant-garde jewelry, Pallavi Foley’s designs represent the modern women in all her glory and power. Her creative flair is evident in her artistic and innovative masterpieces and she also works as a design consultant for many reputed international jewelry houses.
Mitali Vohra is a renowned jewelry designer based out of Mumbai. She recently launched her flagship store in Mumbai called ‘The Bohemian’. She uses a monochromatic colour palette and semi precious stones. She beautifully fuses Indian and Western sensibilities together to create designs that are highly contemporary, unconventional and unique.
(Source: Not Just A label)
Maithili Kabre is a renowned face when it comes to hand crafted luxury fashion jewelry. Based out of Mumbai, this ace jewelry designer is well known for her distinctive materials and innovative designs that are sophisticated, elegant and classy. She is a personal favorite among Bollywood celebrities and A- listers of the country.