An Ace Jewellery Designer : Bansri Mehta

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Bansri Mehta is a well-known jewellery designer whose creations have worn by famous celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Sarah Jessica Parker, Cameron Diaz, Shilpa Shetty Kundra, Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor, Mira Kapoor, Dia Mirza, Suhana Khan. Bansri has a mix of single statement as well as layered pieces of jewellery that dabble as a pop-up space wherein art, design, culture can co-exist.

 

 

An alumnus of the coveted Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising, Los Angeles, California, Mehta forayed into the world of jewelry design several years ago. She spent her formative design years in the fashion capital of the world wherein she enhanced her jewelry design skills. Her exposure to the glamorous style scene became the catalyst that inspired her to create her very own line of jewelry

 

 

Reminiscent of the Murano, Italy style of design, but with updated, modern references, Bansri’s first line ‘Joillerie’ collection was born. After creating a unique niche for herself in LA with her creations, featuring in The Good Wife, Reign, Revenge, Gossip Girl to name a few, Bansri shifted base to Mumbai and set up a quaint boudoir in an appointment only format that garnered much attention, praise and celebrity focus with the likes of Shilpa Shetty Kundra, Suhana Khan and Malaika Arora Khan wearing her pieces.

 

 

 

A mélange of classic and contemporary, the B by Bansri line represents a unique array of soft pastels and pearls to polished, semi-precious stones and bright, bold color pops, the eclectic range represents ‘fun fashion’ that makes a style statement. Drawing inspiration from the five forces of nature, this line is meticulously designed for the sixth, a force to reckon with – YOU!

 

 

 

 

Where: 115, Commerce House,
Ropewalk Lane,
Opposite Kala Ghoda Café
Above La Folie
Kala Ghoda
Mumbai 1
Contact: 9820003237
Email: info@bansrimehtadesign.com
Instagram and Facebook: @Bansrimehtadesign

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