Day 1 of India International Jewellery Week Was Splendid

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4. Shoba Shringar

When a designer gets an idea of fusing two cultures and clubbing them into one, you know it’s going to be brilliant. The same has happened with Shoba Shringar at the IIJW 2015, when her collection Festivals of India was all about collaboration and connection from Rajasthani art and the Nizami timeless jewellery from Hyderabad. She presented an array of pieces set in gold and decorated with precious stones.

Chitrangada Singh walks the ramp for jewellery designer Shoba Shringar at the IIJW 2015

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Model wears a beautiful set in pearls and precious stones at the IIJW 2015

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Rajasthani Jewellery by Shoba Shringar at the IIJW 2015

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Model wears jewellery by Shoba Shringar at the IIJW 2015

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South Indian Jewellery by Shoba Shringar

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