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Size Shifting – Change – JD Annual Design Awards 2018 Collection Name: Size Shifting Designer: Saniya Almas Khan The aesthetic quality of a product is integral to its usefulness. Keeping this in mind the designer has come up with an alluring and enchanting collection ‘Size shifting’. The aim of this jewellery line is to serve a product which is comfortable, stylish yet worth filling the consumer’s

Renaissance – Change – JD Annual Design Awards 2018 Collection Name: Renaissance Designer: Sangeetha Venkatesh Renaissance is an exclusive collection which tries to fuse the Renaissance period with the old traditional designs. Inspired from the art, architecture and clothing of this historical period which dates to 14th till 17th century, the designer tries to bring in metamorphosis to the pearl jewellery. The idea behind this is

Tarjara – Change – JD Annual Design Awards 2018 Collection Name: Tarjara Designer: Komal Khandelwal Tarjara is an exclusive jewellery line designed using two inspirations. With an inclination towards the rich art and heritage of Rajasthan and the Banjara tribe of Rajasthan, this creation is designed with an outlook to give a new direction to the pieces. The world is losing the touch from its roots,

Weaved – Change – JD Annual Design Awards 2018 Collection Name: Weaved Designer: Kezyia Zhimo Textile techniques are traditionally worked with fibres such as cotton and silk. With an outlook to incorporate the same technique in jewellery, the designer has come up with a collection – Weaved. (https://blogs.20minutos.es) It was the designer who was intrigued by the idea of upliftment of Indian craft and techniques.

Vacation – Change – JD Annual Design Awards 2018 Collection Name: Vacation Designer: Ishaan Panchal Vacation, an exquisite and exotic jewellery line, is a perfect blend of the classic Pelicans motif and Visionary designs. Inspired by the cool ocean breezes and soft sandy beaches, the collection leaves one dreaming of sailing, walking the beach and watching the waves roll. This ocean inspired collection features the bird

Seven - Change – JD Annual Design Awards 2018 Collection Name: Seven Designer: Akshitha Sunil Seven is an exclusive piece of jewellery designed keeping the cost-effective factor in mind. The designer’s primary motive is to introduce the ‘Lariats’ which is not very common in the Indian market. Not just for western plains, the collection brings the lariat necklace which is the new statement necklace. Inspired by

Tredative – Change – JD Annual Design Awards 2018 Award: Best Retail Collection Collection Name: Tredative Designer: Santhosh Raj T R Tredative, a dramatic collection which signifies the change in the traditional south Indian jewellery by not disturbing the beliefs and concept that have been there in the minds of the consumers. Drawing inspiration from the peacock, lotus and Indian goddesses that are followed and accepted in

Broken but Beautiful – Change – JD Annual Design Awards 2018 Award: Most Innovative Collection Collection Name: Broken but Beautiful Designer: Samanvitha B.G Broken but Beautiful is an exquisite series of jewellery that celebrates the beauty of nature and meets the sustainable needs of it. Inspired by the coral reefs and underwater textures, this collection reuses the broken gemstones which are crafted into an alluring jewel piece.