With folk folk music playing in the background, a perfect ambience was created for models who sashayed down the ramp flaunting gold armlets, long chains with gold tassels and hand cuffs.
"My collection is based on the new age Indian gypsy women. Gypsies travel from place to place with all their jewellery on."
"But the modern Indian woman likes to store them at home. I want to encourage the tradition of travelling with your jewellery," she said.
Jewellery designers Kavya and Sasha from the label Outhouse also presented a jewellery collection.
Titled Leone d'oro, which means the golden lion, it had strong geometric body armaments for the modern women.
The collection included contemporary gold jewellery with colourful stones and "they signify festivity, strength and fierceness," the duo said.
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