Lavender, the potential of color
Hillary Clinton conceded defeat in 2016’s presidential election wearing a lavender suit. It seemed like a sign of times when “color authority” Pantone picked Ultra Violet and its various shades to represent 2018. Mixing blue and red, Ultra Violet is a bold and layered choice. As Pantone explained: "Complex and contemplative, Ultra Violet suggests the mysteries of the cosmos, the intrigue of what lies ahead, and the discoveries beyond where we are now. The vast and limitless night sky is symbolic of what is possible and continues to inspire the desire to pursue a world beyond our own.”
At Deepa Gurnani we are inspired by the curiosities of the universe and look to incorporate its boundless potentials in our design. Thus, it only seemed apt to experiment with this shade for the DG woman who is mysterious and complex, as she is feminine and introspective.
With soft lavender as the predominant color in this season’s collection, our inspiration is "The Garden of Eden." Created with beautiful crystals, glass beads, metallic wire and high polished brass chips, the temptation to own these shimmering statement makers is strong. Like the bite of the forbidden fruit taken by Adam and Eve, every piece of jewelry here is an irresistible morsel of beauty.
The collection comprises six necklaces, eleven earrings, ten headbands and four bracelets handmade using intricate embroidery techniques conceptualized to complement one another so you can layer the pieces as the occasion demands. The soft shade of lavender with the silver and gold tone brass accents takes these pieces from boardroom to bar with ease, a testament to the versatility of today’s woman.