The ‘Contemporary’ Tradition@Numaish

I am a huge fan of saris and what really fascinates me is an amalgamation of the traditional saris with the contemporary fashion. And so, I am so looking forward to welcome Shristi Latha Puttana to the Sheikhland as she is bringing in to Numaish, a to-die-for range which is tradition best put forth in a contemporary look. Exciting, isn’t it?

Shrishti Latha Puttana 1

Shristi’s latest range was also featured in Femina Karnataka Special in November 2013.

There is nothing that can make a woman look as stunning as she does in a sari. I am sure all you ladies and even the gentlemen reading this are nodding your heads on that. *smiles*

Shrishti Latha Puttana 2 (1)

Besides the saris undergoing a modern makeover, even ethnic jewellery with a contemporary touch is becoming a massive favourite. And all of you like me, who love jewellery that can make a style statement, are up for a treat at Numaish as Valliyan by Nitya Arora is all set to dazzle you up with her extremely beautiful range.

Valliyan by Nitya Arora

Valliyan, by Nitya, a five year old accessories label was founded by Nitya Arora at the age of 21 in Mumbai. She went on to pursue fashion at Parsons School of Design, New York and graduated in 2011.

Valliyan by Nitya Arora 1

Besides esoteric jewellery, Valliyan also creates bespoke handbags and headgear for the bold and free spirited woman.

Valliyan by Nitya Arora 2

Nitya works with semi-precious stones, glass, crystals, metals, acrylic, wood and rare materials, all combined with gold plating for the jewellery and genuine leather for handbags. Valliyan accessories reflect a sculptural textured quality, are entirely handcrafted in India and most of the pieces are one of a kind. In her collections one can see vintage influences, bright Indian hues and detail, topped with a New York edge.

So, gear up for witnessing and shopping this awesomeness at Numaish on 14th December 2013 at the Address, Dubai Mall only at the Sheikhland.

Until I see you at Numaish,

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