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Medley of Egytian Princess royal colors ignites LFW runway
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Mar '14
Inspired by royalty, Preetika and Heeresh Zagjivan’s collection “Egyptian Princess” for their label “Pretty Stoned” was a medley of colour, glamour and style at Lakmé Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2014. 
 
Using a variety of different elements and mediums, the designers had metal, fabrics, beads and semi-precious stones that were dreamt up into the most exquisite jewellery. With Cleopatra as the glamorous reference along with historical subjects like the pyramids, scarabs, tombs, paintings and hieroglyphs, the pair offered a wide range of cuffs, bracelets, rings, imposing necklaces and even head pieces for the lady’s crowning glory.
 
Featuring a dozen pieces the duo showed unconventional designs like the wrist shields, flat collars with long centre chains, necklace with body chains, double armlets with chains as well as armlet- cum-shoulder ornaments. Matha patties, earrings and even lip ornaments added to the glamour of the collection.
 
As the howlites, lapis lazulis, onyx and gems glittered on the models, the ladies in the audience looked longingly and admiringly at the exotic pieces and visualised themselves as Egyptian princesses.
 

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