On October 14th, Zoya, the exquisite Diamond boutique from the House of Tata, launched a newest collection – ‘Krsna’. The collection was unveiled in collaboration with Sunaina Anand, Director, Art Alive Gallery at Longchamp, in a rooftop venue at The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi.
The Lord Krishna inspired collection was enigmatically decorated on distinctive art pieces and sculptures curated by Sunaina. Indian mythology and Zoya’s strong philosophy that lies within its inherent DNA of unique inspiration and master craftsmanship collaborated to create a stunning line of jewellery.
The launch brought together like minded admirers of creativity, art and finesse. The perfect amalgamation of jewellery against the backdrop of exquisite art and sculptures. The evening was brought to a memorable end, with a fantastic fusion performance of Ballet and Kathak. Shivani Pasrich, Rimple & Harpreet Narula, Ikky Khan, Rupika Chawla, Mrinalini Chawla, Ranjeeta Khan and more graced the evening with their presence.
Mr. C K Venkataraman, CEO – Jewellery Division, Titan Company Ltd, said, “Krsna is a very special collection for Zoya this season, due to the new techniques used in the craftsmanship of the jewellery. The compendium is an interesting work of art that combines heritage and style, exuding an eclectic fusion of traditional and modern aspects. The evening unveils a unique blend of fine jewellery pieces and showcases it through paintings that truly exemplify Zoya’s trademark unwavering attention to craftsmanship, art and design.”
The culinary experts at The Taj Mahal Hotel created a delectable menu and arranged an innovative display of decorative edible jewellery replicating the designs of the Krsna collection. Chef Arun Sundararaj, Executive Chef, The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi said, “It has been our constant endeavour to present unique culinary experiences to patrons. With this exclusive display of specially crafted edible jewellery, we have tried to integrate culinary art with the exquisite showcase of Zoya’s new collection of Krsna and the overall theme of this special event.”