The modern and contemporary ‘bangle’d story

BANGALORE: A woman without jewellery is incomplete. Bangles define one’s beauty and gives a woman an ideal look. C Krishniah Chetty & Sons in their endeavour to celebrate femininity, have brou

Published: 19th March 2012 12:53 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:38 PM   |  A+A-

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BANGALORE: A woman without jewellery is incomplete. Bangles define one’s beauty and gives a woman an ideal look. C Krishniah Chetty & Sons in their endeavour to celebrate femininity, have brought a new range of designer bangles for special festivals like International Women’s Day, Holi and Ugadi.

The bangles showcased by models ranged from the traditional look to contemporary style. Diamonds were perfectly embedded in gold, platinum and silver. The brand had also showcased a new range of silver jewellery which not only looks trendy but gives a classy look on one’s hand. These bangles can beautifully compliment any kind of outfits, be it the Western or the traditional Indian attire. “The collection here makes the attire unique. The Moghul style bangles are one of my favourites,” said Anupama, a model who walked the ramp. The Festival of Bangles is a tribute to the all-rounder in every woman, an ode to the entire woman fraternity with a heart of gold and to those women who emerge as winners every single day.

Adding to that, what was unique about the fashion show was the manner in which the bangles were worn. Models sashayed with bangles cleverly braided into their hair, tied to waist belts and attached to the outfits that they were wearing. Some of the designs that attracted the audience were Filigree bangles, Jodi Kada, Simha Kada, Sikh Kada, Coorg Kada, Kundan Banglaes, Navrathna Bangle, Valanda Bangles, Pattani Pattern, Traditional handmade bangles, Valanda Bangles and others.

“We have over 4,000 pairs of bangles for the customers to choose from. The collection is a combination of styles and cultures from various parts of the state. There is an endeavour to create a colourful palette of enamel bangles as well. We have contemporarise the bangles, but kept its tradition and culture intact,,” said C Vinod Hayagriv, the sales associate and managing director of C Krishniah Chetty & Sons. Wide selection of bangles, bracelets, arm-bands, kadas and more are available in gold, silver and platinum.

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