Adorn - - OFF THE SHELF - Avail­able at ZOYA, MUM­BAI

The so­phis­ti­cated 6299 Hol­ly­wood Blvd. cap­sule col­lec­tion by Zoya, the ex­quis­ite di­a­mond bou­tique from the House of Tata, con­sists of 43 mas­ter­fully crafted pieces that ref­er­ence three iconic eras – the flap­per girls of the 1920s, the bold rouge lips of the 1950s, and the glam­orous red car­pet im­agery of the 2000s.

The free-spir­ited flap­per girls in their boxy dresses, cloche hats and the bold zigzag forms bring to mind sweep­ing curves and chevron mo­tifs. The Roar­ing Twen­ties line of­fers de­tach­able twin neck­laces, tas­selled di­a­mond and emer­ald ear­rings and the pop­u­lar beaded neck­laces of the time, while the silent era star Anita Page’s iconic braided look has been cap­tured in neck­pieces and ear­rings crafted in the finest ru­bies.

The fash­ion sen­si­bil­i­ties of the Fab­u­lous Fifties was de­fined by rounded, soft shoul­ders, bold rouge lips, clinched waists, elab­o­rate skirts, and this seg­ment show­cases neatly set di­a­monds, emer­alds and ru­bies in clas­sic bracelets, neck­pieces and ear­rings. An asym­met­ri­cal neck­lace in black di­a­monds takes de­sign cues from the era’s pop­u­lar ging­ham prints.

The flam­boy­ance of the “Al­lur­ing Two Thou­sands” was marked by glam­orous red car­pet events with stars seen in ex­trav­a­gant gowns. Long chan­de­lier ear­rings in yel­low sap­phires and pen­dants in blue sap­phires, cuff bracelets in yel­low cit­rines and beer quartz cap­ture the glitzy mood of the aughts’ Hol­ly­wood fash­ion. The ul­tra-stun­ning line of di­a­mond jew­ellery mounted in gold is fash­ioned with di­a­monds, cit­rine, topaz, tan­zan­ite and sap­phires. Steal the show by don­ning any of these marvel­lous beau­ties!

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