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Sabyasachi associates with Bergdorf Goodman for jewellery exhibition in New York

Indian fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee has associated with the US luxury department store Bergdorf Goodman to showcase handcrafted pieces of fine and bohemian jewellery collection in Bergdorf, New York between January and March. The exhibition will feature three Sabyasachi collections including Sudder, Bengal Royale, and Chowringhee.

Sudder is inspired by the colours and culture of Calcutta’s Sudder streets. From buildings to bohemian hotels to vintage thrift stores to tea stalls to hippies travelling, Sudder reflects it all. The collection is crafted with uncut diamonds, emeralds, rubies, spinels, turquoise, crystals, coral, and a lot more.

The second collection Bengal Royale’s essence came from the 1920’s strong, vibrant and electric Calcutta. “It was a time of writers, poets, artists, and political leaders diverging and converging in dissent about New India. European in flavour with a strong nod towards heritage and Mughal history, Bengal Royale is primarily made of rose cut diamonds with a smattering of emeralds, rubies, and pearls,” stated the brand on social media.

Chowringhee, the third collection is inspired from Calcutta’s Chowringhee road. Commenting on the collection the brand noted “Brilliant, mutual and rose cut diamonds are electrically paired with emeralds, tourmalines, yellow sapphires, moonstones and a cache of unusual natural stones, to create a collection of necklaces and earrings that marry distinct colonial vibes with modern eclecticism.”

This exhibition will help Mukherjee create a customer base in the United States as the brand is also planning to open a flagship store in the country this year.

Read: Sabyasachi to launch flagship store in New York City next year

Featured Image Courtesy: Instagram (Sabyasachi Mukherjee)

Srivalli Kasibhatta

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