Jyoti Kapoor showcases her Spring/Summer ’16 Collection

The latest “Spring/Summer” collection by luxury label, Jyoti Kapoor is one-of-a-kind, fine jewellery for every occasion. The range encompasses elaborate neckpieces, chandelier earrings, chandbalis, passa’s and maangtikas which is apt for occasion and bridal wear, along-with an everyday line of statement cuffs, cluster rings and multi-strand gold chains apt for layering in 14 and 18K gold encrusted with diamonds and colored gemstones. The collection is timeless, elegant and inspired from the rich heritage of the Mughal Empire. Uncut diamonds, polkis, kundan, enamel, emeralds, pearls and rubies set in 18 and 22 karat gold is the main focus of the luxe collection.

Jyoti Kapoor has been living and designing out of New York since 2009. Her foray into design started with reworking of her grandmother’s heirloom. She fashioned an antique bracelet into a magnificent neckpiece. As a woman of South Asian descent, her design sensibilities always hearken back to India, but with reflect a fresh modern New York flair. Trained at New York City’s famed Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), she has always aimed to create “wearable art” that can be passed on for generations.

She gets her inspiration first from the gems. She saw the topaz stones that sit on her “Imperia” necklace at one of the biggest gem and jewelry fairs in Hong Kong. Her “Esmerita” earrings are topped with stones found on a recent trip to Jaipur. Her jewellery has been a part of prestigious events such as New York Fashion Week Accessory Show, Bridal Shows in New York, New Jersey, Houston, Los Angeles and San Francisco. Jyoti’s jewellery has been worn on the red carpet by Sakina Jaffrey of the Netflix original series “HOUSE OF CARDS” at the 65th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in LA, as well as prominent fashionistas in India and New York such as Warda Nadiadwala, Lucky Morani, Krishika Lulla and Joya Dass. Today, she proudly straddles four identities – that of a New Yorker, an Indian woman, a working woman and a socialite. She creates her collections tailored to that kind of woman.

 

[SOURCE :-indianjeweller]