The Jewellery Look from the Couture Week 2018 Runway

- By Shaheen Kapadia

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Game-changing designs at the India Couture Week ‘18 sent brides-to be reeling, but isn’t that the intent each year! Displaying an exquisite semblance, Bollywood celebs and models livened up the runway in full glamour as big jewellery names adorned them in precious jewels. A lovely-blingy-bridal sensation we say!

The extravagant couture from fine design houses was all about traditional modern, embracing romance through ensemble and the jewellery teamed with the vast range was more than gorgeous.

Sparkling diamonds to bright gemstones encrusted treasures stole the show with their trendy designs.

Rare and precious, evolving diamond jewels at the couture week

Transforming fine couture, sparkling diamond jewels are an eminent part of any occasion. Dainty or chunky, and encrusted with gorgeous diamonds, the earrings and necklaces made an impression with their trendy craftsmanship.

Playing with colour, Outhouse Jewellery pepped up Kareena Kapoor’s glittering gold lehenga with tapering blue gemstone earrings extending into a single diamond string. RK Jewellers and Prakshi Fine Jewellery added glitter to the ramp with drop danglers and brick earrings to spruce up anything ranging from cocktail wear to lehengas.

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 Cool chokers to accentuate your slender neck or chic layered diamond strings – you will definitely love the stylish looks these dazzling pieces render.

Motif-driven for the modish or trendy rows of solitaires, beautiful necklace sets from the house of Kotwala, Rk Jewellers and Prakashi Fine Jewellery inflated the rich ensemble.

After all, diamonds are forever and what better way to start your eternal journey than with these precious dazzles.

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Splash the sparkle with some gems!

Couture, incomplete without dazzling jewellery, especially when it is designed for the trendy new brides, saw a striking splash of coloured gemstones interlaced with diamonds.

Gracefully sitting around the curve of the neck, the fine necklaces from the house of Kotwala and RK Jewellers had a dash of Victorian inspiration clubbed with modern.

They were definitely not hefty and be it the necklace or an elaborate choker, these necklaces will go well with your outfits effortlessly.

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Minimalistic designs will never fade, and if you are the party person who wants to dance the night away, then these danglers are just for you.

We are totally in awe with the slender pieces with drop or round gemstones enhanced with a halo of gorgeous diamonds to go with your tied-up or let-down hair.

Perfect for your treasure troves, these always-in vogue jewels will not just lie there!

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What’s a wedding without heritage jewels?

Inspired from the rich roots of India, heritage jewellery is an inevitable part of any occasion. The trendsetting bling saw an exquisite transformation with jadau, coloured gems, and an old-world charm to them at this year’s couture week.

Heavy bridal pieces with pearls, rubies and emeralds strewn in with motifs by Shri Paramani Jewels dripped of oomph. So did the catchy chokers with pure use of stones to lend a colour pop to the luxe ensemble!

An ideal adornment to gowns, lehengas and sarees, these rich jewels will be your favourite hand-me-downs.

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A favourite of all, earrings and chandeliers this year saw a lovely assortment in designs and ranged from modish pieces to elaborate chandbalis.

Incomplete without their coloured gemstones, the dazzling pieces added an exquisite appeal to the capes, gowns and ethnic attires.

The shimmering pieces, be it the jadau with a pearl centre or the shoulder-dusting chandelier deem perfect to don, and not bother for more!

Excitement for the occasions to come and trendy designs readily available are sure making brides-to be already grooving and anxious for the Big Day!

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