New Delhi, June 4 (ANI): Models walking the ramp in exquisitely designed necklaces, inspired from tribal culture, formed part of the jewellery show that left the fashion lovers enchanted here last evening.
'Adi-Kriti', the collection of gold jewellery, captured the essence of the age-old tribal culture of the eight northeastern states.
An initiative of Jetha Bhai Zaveri, a high-end jewellery store, the jewellery has been designed following lot of research and ground work.
Necklaces designed in the shape of a bison's head, a dragon adorning another neck piece, flower and peacock feathers adding an exotic touch to the jewellery, the collection had all this and much more.
The spirit and soul of the deep-rooted tribal society manifested itself in the wide range of designer ornaments that were showcased.
"While studying the culture, we saw a lot of inspiration in them. We found that the jewellery, the ornament they wear, has a story behind it. We found it very interesting, so, we decided to present this story in gold," said Vimal Bhai, a jewellery designer.
Gold craftsmen from Agartala and Kolkata designed this jewellery collection.raditional tribal jewellery is made by tribal women using colourful beads, wild seeds, bird feathers, brass, bones and ivory. (ANI)