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The luxury fashion and jewelley markets are brimming with new launches and trends. Here's a lowdown of all the latest updates and styles that deserve a spot in your trousseau. 

BERGDORF WELCOMES SABYASACHI— AGAIN

Sabyasachi

 

Sabyasachi

 

Sabyasachi

Once again, Sabyasachi is back at Bergdorf Goodman with an exquisite range of Heritage High Jewellery. Available at the iconic Fifth Avenue store in New York, the collection marries “the classic with the outrageous”, featuring sombre evening pieces as well as head-turning statement jewellery adorned with the couturier’s signature tigers, elephants, palms, berries, and botanicals crafted in spectacular gemstones.

ON SCOTTISH TIME

Breitling
Breitling

With its newest launch, the Superocean Heritage ’57 Highlands, Breitling takes you traipsing through the Scottish Highlands. Designed with a tweed-inspired fabric strap—a decadent blend of silk and wool—and featuring the land-and-sea-influenced hues of green, blue, beige, and mustard, the limited-edition timepiece sports a 38mm diameter dial, mid-century triangular indices marking the hours and a luminescent dot on the bidirectional rotating bezel—a nod to the Superocean’s origins as a dive watch.

AS DARK AS NOIR CAN BE

Sawan Gandhi

With his latest cocktail collection, Noir, couturier Sawan Gandhi captures the essence of the modern man’s bold fashion sense with grandeur. Anchored by dark tones, rich fabrics, and opulent detailing, the collection features sleek statement pieces, with a special emphasis on cocktail jackets, all available at the designer’s stores in Delhi and Hyderabad, and on the official website.

AN ODE TO AHMEDABAD

Moi


In a tribute to Ahmedabad in its special festive launch, Moi has unveiled an exquisite ‘tree of life’ pendant. It’s handcrafted in gold with hints of silver and latticework, also bordered with prong-set pearls and suspended from a pearl chain. The ancient motif celebrates the ever-evolving nature of life, mirroring the essence of Ahmedabad where rooted luxury merges with global modernity amid continual growth.

ALLEGORICAL ARTISTRY

Gucci

 

Gucci

Gucci’s latest high jewellery campaign is yet another testament to the House’s unique craftsmanship, artistry, and attention to detail. The campaign, shot by David Sims at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, features pieces from the Gucci Allegoria collection that captures nature’s glorious transformations through its changing seasons. As an allegory of the cyclical seasons, pieces in the Gucci Allegoria range play with antique stones, eclectic cuts, and unique designs in bold tones.

MAKING AN IMPRESSION

Sim Sum

 

Sim Sum
SIMSUM
SIM SUM

Simsum Fine Jewelry’s ‘Yours Truly’ collection sets a new standard in craftsmanship and emotional significance—each piece can be adorned with the unique impression of a fingerprint on 14k gold. The fingerprint is taken individually and customers can pick the gold and design they wish for and also add initials and names additionally. The Sunburst Pendant Necklace is even more special, for it immortalises a parent’s fingerprint, making for a timeless keepsake for both the wearer as well as a thoughtful gift.

MALDIVIAN MAGIC

Maldives

 

Maldives

If you’re planning a destination wedding in the Maldives, don’t miss the new wedding salon opened at Four Seasons Resort Maldives at Landaa Giraavaru. Launched in collaboration with Japanese wedding specialist Kelly An, couples here will be spoilt for choice, with access to 50 stunning bridal gowns and 30 tuxedos. Plus, experienced professionals will provide on-site hair and make-up services. The resort, located in the archipelago’s first UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, offers a breathtaking venue—a romantic overwater Wedding Pavilion accessible only by boat.

SARIS, THE ETERNAL STAR

the house of angadi

 

The house of angadi

The House of Angadi, under their design label Advaya, has launched a contemporary series of saris: Trinity, Eternal, Antarang, and Heritage. The Trinity series features Banarasi satin weaves, Kantha embroidery on tussar and the yarn tie-and-dye technique on Ikat. Kanjeevarams are the star of the Heritage range, inspired by archived designs. The Banarasi kadua technique makes up the Antarang series of handwoven georgettes and silk organza. The Eternal series draws from influences previously untapped in the creation of Kanjeevaram handloom saris.

THE RED SOLE REIMAGINED

 

Christian Louboutin

 

Christian Louboutin

In an iconic collaboration, Maison Margiela has joined hands with Christian Louboutin for its Artisanal Collection 2024. Fusing the iconography of the two brands, the six silhouettes feature Louboutin’s emblematic red sole and the Tabi split-toe as an ode to Maison Margiela, besides magnified platforms and prothèse-augmented heel caps.

AN EDGY CLASSIC

Christian Louboutin

 

Christian Louboutin
Christian Loubotuin

Christian Louboutin’s Astroloubi range has a new addition with the aesthetic of the 90s: the Astroloubi mid-cut sneaker for men. The newest red-bottomed footwear features the illustrious house’s signature elements, including a CL Varsity logo on the sole, spikes along the back counter, a rubber hook and loop strap, all resting on a two-tone rubber sole. A bold yet contemporary design, the sneaker is offered in two colourways and is available at their New Delhi and Mumbai boutiques.

TIMELESS LOVE

Breguet

 

Breguet


Treat your special one with Breguet’s Reine de Naples 8925 Valentine’s Day Edition. With only 28 pieces made, this romantic rendition of the classic oval mother-of-pearl watch features a diamond-covered bezel that luxuriously complements the flange set with 66 hand-set rubies and a cabochon-cut ruby-adorned crown. The hands of the timepiece and alligator leather strap are all a lovely shade of red, and the folding clasp is embellished with hand-set diamonds in a lavish expression of love.

THIRD TIME EVEN LUCKIER

Jayanti Reddy

 

Jayanti Reddy

Designer Jayanti Reddy has opened her third flagship store—this time, in South Mumbai’s Kala Ghoda neighbourhood. Designed by her architect sister-in-law Mouna Reddy, the store is a seamless blend of decadent history and crisp contemporary elements. One can find vestiges of the original soul of the building amid refurbished touches. The interiors perfectly balance eclecticism and subtlety, the pink doorways adding a pop to the setting for Reddy’s luxury prêt pre-bridal and bridal creations.

DIVERSITY WITH DIAMONDS

Her Story


Fine jewellery house Her Story celebrates the beauty of individuality with its latest diamond-dominating Diversa collection. The range boasts a diverse selection of diamond cuts beautifully framed by pavé-set diamonds and offset by special-cut black onyx in select pieces. Laboriously made with fine craftsmanship, Diversa’s pieces are sophisticated and modern, perfect for the festive season.

DREAMY DINING

Louis Vuitton


At long last, Louis Vuitton has forayed into the world of home décor with a range of tableware. The debut, featuring porcelain dishes, glasses and carafes, is a contemporary celebration of the maison’s monogram flower in an elegant blue and white colour scheme. The whimsical glasses—available in a myriad of rich colours in clear crystal—lend an artistic dimension to the experience, and the carafes were crafted with the expertise of Simone Cenedese to add a unique character to each piece.

By Aakanksha Jain and Saanya Chawla

Feature Image Credits: Sabyasachi, The House of Angadi, Sawan Gandhi

Body Image Credits: respective brands

This article originally published in Brides Today January- February 2024 print issue.

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