Brides Today June-July 2017 - Page 23

Colour me pretty If there’s one piece of good news that has brought a smile to our faces it is the launch of the nail care and lacquer brand O·P·I in India. Known to grace the tips of international A-listers like Kerry Washington and Pyper America Smith, the brand enters Indian shores with a range of bright, metallic, and muted colours. The American cosmetics brand headquartered in California is currently only launching nail lacquers at standardised prices but we’re hoping they soon expand to some of their most-loved collections through the years. a personalised toucH to your Home sarita Handa, a reputed interiors designer has collaborated with a 65-year-old esteemed institution, sarvoday Ashram Etah and its brand Ekmatra, to develop a range of soft furnishings made out of handwoven fabrics. The collection boasts of a plethora of embroidered and quilted bedspreads, handmade throws with embroidered accents, and decorative cushions. fantastical baubles Bibhu Mohapatra’s second stint with Forevermark has led to the creation of a versatile jewellery line called the Artemis Collection. The line plays with three key motifs: the sun, moon, and stars, and is available at Sawansukha Jewellers, Kolkata. sun, sand and sea Shield your eyes from the sun’s harsh rays with Dolce&Gabbana’s new gamut of sunglasses. Pick from different styles like the rectangular and square-shaped frames. Our favourite: the cat-eye with a gold-plated seahorse and starfish on the front. i n s p i r e d b y wa n d e r l u s t Designer duo Rimple and Harpreet Narula’s newest collection is an amalgamation of a variety of customs, crafts, and surface ornamentation techniques. Hues of muted ivories, golds, and beiges render the ensembles perfect for a day-to-evening wedding and a mélange of motifs like the French paisley, Arabesque cartouches, and flowering trellises give it a dreamy vibe. See Where to Buy for detailS 23