All that Glit­ters

An­jul Choud­hary, 54, Jew­ellery De­signer, Chandigarh

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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@ Tel 946444110

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