~Mia by Tanishq launches Birthstone 2.0, an extension of Birthstone bracelets, with a new collection of medallions~
26th April 2019: Mia by Tanishq, one of India’s most fashionable jewellery brands announced the launch of their new version of their Birthstone collection in its fine jewellery portfolio. With an aim to celebrate every woman’s individual and expressive personality, Mia by Tanishq launched Birthstone 2.0, a beautiful new collection of birthstone medallions, which has individual zodiac constellations of all the signs.
The new Birthstone 2.0 collection is here to celebrate every individual’s personality and embrace the quirks that come with each zodiac. Every independent woman has her own unique personality, and the new collection aims to celebrate every aspect of that.
Speaking about the launch of the new Birthstone Collection, Bhavishya Kelappan, Business Head, Mia says, “Mia by Tanishq has always admired the individuality of every woman, who is not afraid to express herself and voice her thoughts. With the success of our BornToBeMe Birthstone bracelets last year, we have extended the same and launched our new Birthstone 2.0 Collection. This collection highlights each zodiac’s unique quirks in the form of constellation medallions and proudly celebrates every woman’s uniqueness.”
This season, wear your personality with the new Birthstone Collection by Mia. Priced at Rs. 9999, these are available at all Mia by Tanishq stores across the country as well as the online platform http://www.miabytanishq.com/
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