Day 2 of the IIJW was a lot less spectacular, for me at least, in terms of the jewellery on display. Some of the styles were stunning – absolutely stunning. I’d have picked out a lot of the indian jewellery pieces had I been attending an important wedding.
I do have a gripe though, I wish that there were more of these shows here in the UK. Maybe soon !
See also Day 3!
I didn’t like these styles. Very average design and no imagination as far as I am concerned.
They took us on a journey through very different types of wedding ceremonies – loved the concept. The execution was also very good!
For me again, a lack-lustre collection that just seemed like a lot of different styles thrown together rather than a thought through ensemble.
I had a lot of expectations from this show, because the brand is a heritage brand in south India. They have made jewellery for kings of the days gone by. I did like the combination of simpler styles and the more elaborate pieces. Certainly going to be buying from this collection!
PN Gadgil Jewellers
Very average collection. Some of the styles had some imagination and something dreamy about them, but most of them were very standard and things that have been seen many times before.
After the collection on Day 1, Gitanjali took a more fun approach to the show on day 2. There was entertainment on the ramp and everyone looked like they were having a great time. The collection? decide for yourself.