The Chronicles Of Beauty : Handmade Silver Jewelry By Sunaina Jain
Every piece of jewelry tells a story – Gem Hunt
An idiosyncratic Beti Movement, an initiative to save girl child by Anu Ranjan showcased unconventional range of jewellery designed by Sunaina Jain, Creative Head and Founder, Adore Jewels. The show was a spectacular event where the mesmerising voice of singer Shankar Mahadevan, television stars like Karan V Grover, ‘Uttaran’ fame Nandish Sandhu and our own Dr. Mashoor Gulati aka Sunil Grover flaunted the wide range of handmade silver jewellery for men. I am guessing that by now you are recognising my fascination towards mens jewelry.
All the jewelry pieces from Sunaina’s collections were not only artistic but also one of their own kind to have their own vivid aura- an attractive jewelry proposition. The handmade silver jewelry is not just elementary designs but it is worthy enough to know that each jewelry piece has a story to tell- which makes each one different from other.
“Mazameer”- A Kilangi that can also be worn as a brooch adorned by show stopper, Shankar Mahadevan, exhibits the spirituality of music: simplicity to connect people together.
From the spirituality of music, Sunaina’s limitless imagination conceptualized the warrior piece worn by Nandish Sandhu, an exquisite that depicts a tale about the bravery of a warrior prince. The broad neckpiece, with two tone metal polish, embellished with circular coin motifs, represented the grandeur of a brave King. The broad neckpiece put together with a long neckpiece showcased an elegant and poised beauty.
“Ekatva” flaunted by Karan V Grover celebrates the unison. Sunaina describes it as, “When you see the earth from the moon, you don’t see any division of nations or states. This might be a symbol, for a new mythology to come. That is the country we are celebrating. And those are the people we are one with.” The television stud looked even more fabulous with handmade silver embellishments joint together.
StylePrer was immensely impressed with men jewellery line and the favourite was “Madhuban”, a piece that out stood the other collections, unveiled by Sunil Grover. The “Madhuban” draws inspiration from Lord Krishna himself: Sunil Grover’s look perfectly portrays this fact. It is an amalgamation of Lord Krishna’s and Radha’s love story. Real peacock feathers add to the gorgeous piece and bring out the real feel of the neck piece.“Life is the song, Love is the music – It’s said Lord Krishna enchants the world but Goddess Radha enchants him! When love matures, it become bliss.” quoted designer Sunaina.
Sunaina also crafted some bohemian style handmade jewellery to depict the bold and strong image of today’s women. The women’s collection had long necklaces – a glazed combination of bright and elegant colours, a maangtika beautifully compliments the attire of female models like Priyanka Shah and Anita Kumar. Priyanka’s beauty complimented the kamarbandh. All the jewellery pieces together can be personified as the blend of serenity with elegance and modernity with power. Off lately, the designers and jewellers are emphasising on silver jewelry; and why not silver jewelry when it is making an impactful style statement!
So are we saying, Silver is the new Gold?