For all you Urban Luxury enthusiasts, this news should definitely excite you. Recently, Forevermark, a revered diamond brand, in collaboration with master couturier and one of India’s favourite bridal designers Sabyasachi Mukherjee, launched the Zanyah collection. The Zanyah collection is the couturiers debut into the world of exclusive diamond jewellery.
This stunning collection consists of a range of enameled drop earrings and vintage-style rings for men and women in yellow, rose and white gold, crafted with Forevermark diamonds. The renowned couturier, wildly inspired by the art, fashion, romance, passion and flamboyance of the 1920s, and the Italian Renaissance of the 1500s, has created drop earrings and rings as well to represent the personality of each of these eras respectively. The gorgeously crafted rings range from cocktail, bridal, engagement and even men’s rings. The distinct cuts and detailing beautifully depict the artistic nature the 1500s.
Talking about the collaboration, the couturier Sabyasachi Mukherjee says, “It is the inherent integrity of every Forevermark diamond that attracted me the most to the brand – which is why I chose Forevermark for my line of diamond jewellery. ZanyahTM means unique and exceptional just like a Forevermark diamond with its individual inscription. It is a collection that is most true to my personal sense of style, which is more classical and minimalist. You can catch glimpses of my design philosophy in the detailing of each piece, weaving the finest Forevermark diamonds into intricate jewellery.”
Describing the collection, Sabyasachi says, “I am excited about the ZanyahTM collection that draws inspiration from the magical nights of the 1920s and the cultural movements from the Italian renaissance period. It’s a true marriage of the west and the east, two very important artistic periods, to create an enchanted piece of jewellery that can be worn on special occasions and gifted to your loved ones. I had the opportunity to visit Forevermark’s Design and Innovation Centre in Milan and I was mesmerised by the architecture and creative expression that envelopes the city. I found that jewellery in Milan was reminiscent of Bengali design and easily recognised my muse for the collection.”