Anushree Agarwal brings her handmade trinkets to the city
The next time you step into Evolv, youa��ll find a fun collection of Indo-bohemian jewellery that is easy on your pocket. The multi-designer boutique has recently started stocking jewellery by Mumbai designer Anushree Agarwal. After studying fashion designing, and spending time at a magazine, she started designing jewellery. a�?Micare is Indian bohemian jewellery,a�? she explains. The name, Micare, means a�?shinea�� in Latin. It tries bringing together traditional and modern elements.
For instance, braided tassels and semi-precious stones on a brass necklace. Another element she likes playing around with is the ghungroo because it adds a nice traditional element. a�?a�?I just wanted to mix things up,a�? says the designer. Agarwal says that it was a conscious effort to make Micare affordable to reach a wider audience. She uses brass to make her jewellery, and is busy designing necklaces. a�?I would like to design morecuffs, earrings andA�bracelets too,a�? she says. Featuring grey beads, turquoise, and Swarovski, herA� pieces can be paired with a white shirt and skinny jeans or a chiffonA�sari.
Available atA�Evolv, Chamiers Road. Rs1,600 to Rs3,500.A�Details: 42042474
– Sumitra Nair