Tag: Amrapali

Amrapali On Halle Berry

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Halle Berry has begun a love affair with Amrapali jewelry.. First she walked the red carpet of her movie “Things We Lost In The Fire” at 51st London Film Festival. The total cost of her jewelry.. about $16,000. The major chunk of the change was because of the bangles, but what I am in love with is that ring!

Later that week, while she was in Rome to promote the same movie, she wore a pair of Amrapali gold earrings to the launch party of Roberto Cavalli for H&M. The same pair were also worn by Selita Ebanks to the Teen Choice Awards earlier this year..

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Maria Menounos Wearing Amrapali

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A while ago, we told you about Amrapali. Check out Maria Menounos wearing a citrine and diamond necklace by Amrapali to the 2007 Emmys.


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Be’jewelled

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Amrapali has long been a favorite of mine for those unique jewellery pieces, that you know not everyone is going to be sporting or ones of which thankfully, cheap knockoffs won’t be readily available at Janpath! While their traditional jewellery is good, I especially look to them for their contemporary designs in Gold and Silver. Those pieces while having a modern edge still manage to retain their ethnic appeal and can be wonderfully teemed with clothes that are either western or traditional. A classic example of what I am talking about is this piece, a pendant and earrings set, in Gold and Onyx which I see being worn with a Sari, a Salwar, Jeans and a tank or even with a LBD with equal aplomb.

You know, everyone does a strand of pearls, but imagine how fabulous you’d be if you did this piece in South Sea Pearls…It looks like a traditional piece in Kundan but the twist comes in with the South Sea Pearls.

And I absolutely love the earrings in silver. Again, they have that versatility which enables them to ‘go’ well with any outfit, whether western or traditional. It is casual enough to be day to day, while still leaving room for them to be worked into your nights.

Cocktail rings are all the rage: bigger they are, the more kitschy they are, the better they are. So, now imagine, if you were sporting these rings in Silver, wouldn’t that make a statement? They are unique, and like with all things old, they are so new again! I see a woman who is sure of herself, one who walks into a room to own it, totally working this ring!

What a wonderful line of jewellery. For more, go HERE.

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