Contemporary jewelry are quite popular among the new-age fashionista. These trendy designs give an edge to the wearer’s look, keeping the modern element intact. You can simply wear an ethnic churidaar kurti and pair them with a piece of contemporary jewelry. You’ll surely mark a drastic difference in your fashion quotient. Whether you flaunt a pair of earrings, a pendant or a bracelet, you’re going to be the head-turner for your accessories.
This Diwali, you can give a dramatic twist to your classic elegance. We offer you two fabulous fresh talents from NIFT, who have raised the bar for Indian contemporary fashion accessories. The designers are Karishma Siddique Roy from National Institute of Fashion Technology Kolkata, a major in fashion design and Puja Bhargava Kamath, a gemologist from NIFT Delhi.
After our iconic Eina Allhuwalia, these two new emerging talents have already surprised the fashion circuit with their high-end fashion accessories. Their design effortlessly appeals to women of all age groups, ethnicity and cultures as well.
While designer jewelry is high on demand, these two budding talents have revolutionized the nitty-gritty of this form of fashion fad. The unconventional ornaments are no more confined to the celebs and the elite class. moreover, an average woman with a flair for fashion can now afford such pieces to flaunt her fashion quotient. While pearl is always a favourite among jewel hunters, the colorful pebbles and rocks are also gaining huge popularity.
The Karishma Siddique Roy label has become a hit among the youngsters. She debuted with her graduation show, where she showed her contemporary designs that were highly appreciated. Being inspired, she moved on to creating some great statement-making pieces and eventually her eponymous label, KSR.
Her handcrafted pieces are created using an eclectic mix of materials, rocks and pebbles and are intended for the new-age fashionista. Here are some of her striking creations. Have a look!
On the other hand, Puja Bhrgava, who is a gemologist, has sprawled both the fields of jewelry and handicrafts. At some point, she had also designed beautiful bags, retailed from Ogaan & Wild Orchid in Delhi. After having worked for clients like Earthygoods and Fabindia, she has now started her own fashion label, Lai. It means beloved ones in Sanskrit.
Her essentially hand-crafted pieces are excruciatingly attractive. The designer uses jewellery making techniques like rava (granulation), jali (fret work), meenakari (enameling) etc.to conceive those jaw-dropping numbers. Have a look!
So, which one you’re going to buy today to flaunt your fashion statement this Diwali. Those accessories can also be used as everyday wear and not to mention, they can match any outfit and mood!