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13 Mar

Reama Malik brings a modern twist to heritage jewels with ‘Gold Lure’

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What would fashion week be without the artisanal jewels that bring the outfits to life? Be it bridals or pret, the jewellery will always remain a focal point of the show, as will the garments. This PFDC Sunsilk Fashion Week, ace jewellery designer Reama Malik collaborated with the Pel Craft/Design segment, and brought her Gold Lure to life.


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What Reama does expertly, is make versatile pieces that work magnificently with traditional and contemporary wear, something her show further proved. Chunky gold caged hand-cuffs and layered necklaces were paired with western fused outfits, a combination one would think twice before making. However, they worked beautifully together to make a contemporary statement.


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The garments in the Pel segment were majorly boho-chic and it was interesting to see how well the jewellery complemented each. Chunky gold neckpieces with gorgeous blue stones gave a nomadic vibe to the overall display, while dull gold neckpieces were even used as headbands to play on the boho theme. The gold bangles especially had a great textured look, which when paired with the simpler pieces made for a stack of funky arm candy!


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The day after her show, there was a private viewing of Reama’s collection, for the fashion savy who were lusting for a closer look at the pieces. We found the detailng in each piece to be impeccable, as nothing less is expected from the designer. A certain antique-inspired coined piece was especially reminiscent to memories of heritage pieces that one might find in their mother’s collection; highlighting how Reama is a master at combining the western and eastern aesthetic.


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After all, isn’t contemporary gold jewellery a major need of the hour? These days everyone is on the lookout for pieces one can wear paired with a traditional lehnga to a wedding, or with a chic dress to a soiree; Reama’s Gold Lure is a must-have for the modern day fashionista.


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