All that Glitters
Anjul Choudhary, 54, Jewellery Designer, Chandigarh
The Journey Her passion for jewellery has kept Choudhary young. With over a decade long experience in the industry, this self-taught jewellery designer travelled with her creations to different parts across India and abroad before launching her label Anjul’s A-Line in 2014. Widely appreciated for her bespoke jewellery collection, she says, “I’m planning to go to London, US and Canada next summer for showcasing my latest collection.”
Then And Now Gone are the days when brides would want to wear real jewellery on their wedding day. Anjul says that nowadays brides opt for customised artificial jewellery. “The latest artificial jewellery looks pretty
real and people mix and match pieces to make a statement. This trend is especially prevalent at destination weddings when people just want to have a good time and not keep guarding their expensive jewellery,” says Choudhary.
Trend Alert “Hand harnesses are the latest craze among brides besides big danglers and head accessories such as tikka and
jhummar,” says Choudhary, who designs silver and alloy jewellery with both precious and semiprecious stones. She also says that polki is something that will never go out of vogue.
Price Starts with Rs 500 and goes upto Rs 10,500
Contact anjulchaudhry@ gmail.com Tel 946444110