Bringing together a mix of traditional motifs with contemporary designs, the collection had a variety of ornaments for all occasions.
From diamond bangles, bracelets, fabulous glittering sets to some classic platinum designs for evening wear, Gehna Jewellers showed a versatile line of jewellery. With 25 years of experience behind him, the brand’s director, Sunil Datwani, displayed the line of ornaments which was opulence personified.
The show proved that diamonds are a girl’s best friend as the famous song sung by Marilyn Monroe from the hit film Gentlemen Prefers Blondes played in the background; as model Sonal Rawat glided down in a scarlet red gown with diamonds covering her neck, fingers and ears all designed in amazing forms.
Soon it was a line up of intricately draped black jersey gowns by designer James Ferreira that highlighted the gorgeous jewellery on the models. Swirling motifs for glittering diamond neckpieces, multi pendants for emerald and diamond chokers, collars with single pearl drops in the centre or dangling tantalising from glittering earrings and wide collars – it was a story of how wonderful and desirable diamonds can look whether it is for western designs or the lovely ethnic Indian visions.
The cummerbunds, bangles and rings with rubies, emeralds and diamonds became eye catchers on the ramp while the V shaped neck ornaments, the long danglers with glittering jewels, the latticed bangles which Gehna Jewellers offered where all amazing treasures to cherish for life.
Ending the show with the traditional western bride in an all white flowing gown, Angela Johnson the beauty who has been making waves on the fashion scene serenely glided in wearing a six strand diamond necklace, cuffs, ring, earrings and a majestic tiara.
Gehna Jewellers’ creations with gorgeous diamonds, rubies, emeralds and pearls will surely turn into heirlooms for the ladies who covet them wherever they are.