Manish Arora and Amrapali Jewellers’ new collection will give you a sugar rush

Taking candy chic to a new level are dynamic design duo Manish Arora and Amrapali Jewellers. Slated to be their last, this vibrant, diabetes-inducing collection first showcased at the 2014 Paris Fashion Week to a tremendous response, but then again we wouldn’t expect any less from a collaboration between the king of psychedelia and avant-garde and one of the premier-most Rajasthani jewellers in the country. In fact, even their previous outings were great successes. Says Amrapali’s head of design Akanksha Arora, “This is our last and final collection. All three collections done previously have been very successful and we are hoping the same from this one. We have received an amazing response. It has been so much fun working on this project.”

amrapali-manish-arora-5The Candy Crush-inspired collection with its Peruvian patterns, outrageous colour palettes, tons of heart motifs and uber cool graphics oozes boho-candy chic. Think pretty in pastel hippies and lollipopped gypsies. The collection boasts of unique statement pieces such as cupcake earrings, bold belts, knuckle rings, hand jewellery, ear cuffs amongst others. Tarang Arora of Amrapali seems as ecstatic as a kid with candy while describing the line, “Bold, dramatic and powerful, this collection pushes the boundaries of contemporary design and is specifically designed to wear in an international cosmopolitan context. The jewellery collection represents Manish’s take on modern India and how he wants to represent his vision on a global platform.”

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amrapali-manish-arora-6The fun, flirty collection is priced at Rs. 4,000-15000 for earrings, Rs. 1,000-4,000 for rings, Rs. 5,000-37,000 for necklaces and Rs. 12,000-50,000 for statement pieces and is available exclusively on Amrapali’s website. Go, indulge your sweet tooth!

[Via – The-Jewellery-Editor]

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