The red carpet at music’s biggest night, the Grammy Awards, will now see a dash of Indian glamour. Tanishq, India’s largest jewellery retailer, will make its grand debut at the music industry’s most prestigious event.
After gracing the red carpet in India for over a decade, Tanishq is all set to take the global red carpet by storm. A first for the prestigious brand, Tanishq takes pride in representing Indian fashion at the Grammy’s this year.
So, what exactly is making its way to the Staples Center at Los Angeles all the way from Bengaluru, India? Here’s a sneak peek at the show-stopping products:
A gorgeous necklace in 22kt gold inspired by the delicate form of flower petals. This necklace combines the traditional Indian gold craftsmanship with intricate Kundan-Jadau techniques.
A statement cuff with a beautiful flower motif, an example of how traditional gold techniques of wire work and reva are used to create contemporary gold jewellery.
An exquisite finger ring where a flower is created with the Kundan Jadau technique and beautiful enamel work in green encases it.
A statement platinum ring encrusted with diamonds for the urban male who perfectly balances his family and professional life in effortless style.
So, who do you think will be wearing Tanishq at the Grammy’s red carpet this year?
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