When creative geniuses come together, the result is exemplary. This stood true at the event organized on the 60th Anniversary of Hong Kong Indian Women’s Club hosted by Payal Shah and Tania Mohan.
At the event, India’s leading luxury jewellery house, Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers presented an exotic array of jewellery pieces in association with fashion luminary Manish Malhotra. The 2-day show was organized at Island Shangri-La in the pulsating city of Hong Kong. The viewers of the show were completely awed by our majestic designs. Our luxurious jewellery always has that magnetic charm.
We felt great pride in representing Indian heritage in Hong Kong. The moment became bigger as we got an opportunity to work together with Manish Malhotra who is the pioneer of Indian fashion movement. The show was a treat for Indian women living away from their homeland as it reminded them of their rich culture.
Birdhichand’s Creative Director Yash Agrawal and his wife Pragya Agrawal were present at the show along with Manish Malhotra.
One of India’s foremost expositions of high-end jewellery, Times Glamour started on 14th July at Mumbai where jewellers from all over India come to showcase their luxury collections to the crème de la crème of the society and Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers is presenting its collection Adaa here.
Adaa has been inspired by the six iconic women of India – Maharani Gayatri Devi, Razia Sultan, Jodha Bai, Princess Niloufer, Umrao Jaan, Sita Devi, the women whose style & bravery both are eternal in the history of India. The designer has re imagined their ensemble and created jewellery designs to recreate the magic of tradition, fashion & style.
Such designs are exhibited at Times Glamour Mumbai 2017 which is taking place at Taj Lands End, Mumbai. Day 1 at the event saw Hindi film actress & Befikre fame – Vaani Kapoor who visited the hall to have a look at the jewellery by Birdhichand.
The latest issue of Harper’s Bazaar Bride sheds some light on ‘Art Weds Fashion’ by taking some art out of the galleries and sprinkling it on wedding ensembles. To add to this blissful union, Harper’s Bazaar Bride picked up some exquisite jewellery pieces designed by Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers inspired by Mughal miniature art for the royal bride.
Blue Sapphire Earrings by Birdhichand
Earrings by Adaa, Birdhichand
Bracelet by Birdhichand – Harper’s Bazaar Bride
Unearthing the forgotten art of Glyptography
Known for their amalgamation of old and new techniques, Birdhichand’s latest collection Adaa sees the revival if stone cutting techniques used in pink enamel.
“I have always had a penchant for reviving forgotten crafts and bringing them back to my designs.”
~ Yash Agarwal, Birdhichand
The grand summit had leaders from the world of bullion and jewellery trade, precious metal mining and refining industries, central and bullion banks, commodity exchanges, trade federations, logistics, media analysts and top government officials.
Yash Agarwal in conversation with the fellow panelists during 4th India Bullion and Jewellers Association Panel Discussion
The grand summit also featured India Bullion & Jewellery Awards where Yash was awarded a trophy in the category ‘Industry Crusader of the Year’ along with a Certificate of Honour.
The latest edition of both Vogue & Conde Nast Traveller India are extremely special as they talk about the state that we owe our existence to – Rajasthan. While Vogue India features an exclusive shoot of Alia Bhatt in Jodhpur, Conde Nast Traveller India February Edition offers a special Rajasthan supplement which talks about the most popular cities of Rajasthan and what to do there !
Don’t forget to read through these and also have a look at the stunning features of Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers in both the issues.
Sartorially speaking, the recently concluded Lakme Fashion Week offered a palette of ensembles, styles and to bedeck it all, a stunning assortment of jewellery. Midst all the fashion designer and style icons, LFW 2017 saw a mesmeric collection of jewellery pieces from the jewellery house – Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers.
Jeremy Cabral donning a dapper flying eagle brooch in gold by Birdhichand
Swati Sharma – Fashion Blogger and Owner of the Arch Attire looks ravishing in choker style diamond polki earrings with matching bracelet
Elegant brooch by Birdhichand with motifs inspired by tombs & vintage coins, carved with polki, gold, diamonds and emeralds.
Bold choker necklace and a pair of big emerald polki earrings by Birdhichand.
Jeremy Cabral – Fashion Evangelist wearing an elegant brooch on Day 4 at Lakme Fashion Week 2017.
Swati Sharma from The Archattire dressed beautifully with the touch of royalty in Birdhichand necklace designed with enamel work, rubies and polki along with a lovely bracelet with the same stones at Lakme Fashion Week .
Fusing a funky yet traditional emerald necklace with peacock motifs with a western black dress
Jodhpuri coat paired with a chic horse motif brooch by Birdhichand at Lakme Fashion Week’17 Grand Finale.
The premier fashion event of India – the Lakmé Fashion Week kick started 2 days back with an objective to redefine the future of fashion and integrate India into the global fashion world. LFW is jointly organized by Lakmé, the number one cosmetics and beauty services brand in India and IMG Reliance Pvt. Ltd., leader in sports, fashion and entertainment marketing and management.
The first two days of the event saw a mesmerizing and daring world of fashion where no one shies away from experimenting. Shining in this league, was Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas Jewellers, with its dazzling jewellery adorned by two leading fashion evangelists and bloggers – Swati Sharma and Jeremy Cabral.
First day of Lakme Fashion Week saw Founder of the Arch Attire and leading fashion & lifestyle blogger – Swati Sharma looking ravishing in choker style diamond polki earrings and matching bracelet embellished with polkis and halo of pearls while fashion evangelist Jeremy Cabral looked dapper with our flying eagle brooch in gold.