Vishal Jewels announces collaboration with Anju Modi
ANI - Wednesday 13th September, 2017
New Delhi [India], Sep 13 (ANI): After being the official jewelry partner with designer Anju Modi at the India Couture Week 2017, Vishal Jewels has now officially announced its collaboration with Anju Modi for several coming years.
As a perk of collaboration, jewelry by Vishal Jewels is also now available at Anju Modi's store at DLF Emporio.
It will certainly be a long term collaboration which will witness activities like exhibitions, discounts, fashion shows and theme inspired jewelry matching with the garment designs this year.
There are only few jewellery brands in the market that have changed the general perception of diamonds being a social status and reach of Precious jewellery in India, one such Brand is Vishal Jewels as they offer affordable creations.
Vishal Jewels has numerous collections that have been hand crafted by their artisans and would be the perfect gift for any woman.
Completing a decade of its existence, Anju Modi revived the royal culture of India through her couture collection, 'Sunehri Kothi' (Golden Chalet) at FDCI India Couture Week, which was held at The Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi. Anju Modi displayed resplendent designs in slender, exotic Indian costume akin to those that graced the miniature art of 16th century Rajasthan, especially Kishangarh. Very significantly, this collection builds on bravery, honor, chivalry and virtues that Rajputana culture has ever been known for.
The collection was showcased in collaboration with Vishal Jewels a brand to reckon with, having 140 years of man experience in defining luxury with exquisite craftsmanship, producing best quality in their exclusive range of jewelry.
The collection exhibits grandeur and magnificence, a regal edge to each piece having intricate details inspired from traditional artworks. The specially designed heritage jewelry for Anju Modi Couture ensemble are made of uncut and rose cut diamonds, emeralds and precious stones. (ANI)
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