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.
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