Thursday, August 1, 2013


The 5-day extravaganza from August 4-8 2013 at the Hotel Grand Hyatt Mumbai will give connoisseurs of jewellery a feast for the eyes

Once again all roads will lead to Hotel Grand Hyatt, Mumbai when the India International Jewellery Week (IIJW) will dazzle lovers of exquisite jewellery from August 4-8 2013. Presented by GJEPC the 4th edition of IIJW Mumbai follows the spectacular and very successful edition which was held in April 2013 in New Delhi. There will be an unbelievable display of precious jewellery at IIJW never before seen on the catwalks of Mumbai.
Making a glamorous appearance at the IIJW will be GJEPC Brand ambassador and Bollywood’s style icon, Sonam Kapoor, along with esteemed members of GJEPC and high ranking government officials. This scintillating event is presented by the title sponsor, Gemological Institute of America (GIA) this year, in association with P C Jeweller sponsors of the Grand Finale “Best of Best” show on 8th August.
30 top designers and jewellery brands will thrill the audience with their breath-taking collections in gold, diamonds and precious gems. Each day 7-8 shows will highlight the latest fashion trends in jewellery. IIJW has been instrumental in encouraging and bringing into the limelight top designers who have shown their brilliant collections on this unique platform.
Bringing on to the ramp the glitter and glitz of precious metal and shimmering stones will be brands like Gitanjali, Agni Jewels, Auro Gold, Jewel Trendz, Saboo, Golecha Jewels, Gehna, Apala, Seth International, Shobha Shringar, Shringar, D Navinchandra, Kashi Jewellers, Charu Jewels, Laxmi Jewellery Exports, Kays Jewels and Birdhichand Ghanshyamdas.
Ace designers Nirav Modi, Moni Agrawal, Pallavi Foley, and Dipti Amisha, will reveal their ultra-glamorous line of ornaments, which will turn into timeless offerings. Imposing Raani Haars, splendid chokers, tantalising shoulder dusters, delicate ornate rings, chunky kadas and bangles and sensuous cummerbunds, will reveal the immense creative genius of Indian designers.
GIA the title sponsors have trained and led the research of gemolgy for 82 years and given top of the line training and expertise to students. The credentials of GIA are honoured globally and graduates of GIA have acquired prime positions in top companies.
P C Jeweller the associate sponsor has consistently been a part of IIJW since 2010. The collection presented by P C Jeweller on the final day of IIJW 2013, will have a mind boggling array of jewellery designs which will defy imagination.
Besides the collections of top designers and brands, the 4th edition of IIJW, Mumbai will have 20 talented graduates from GIA, IGI, IIGJ and NID who will unveil their superb lines and create magic on the ramp.
The scintillating shows will be choreographed by India’s leading names, while the model line-up will be the best in the business as leading stars of the catwalk will sashay under the arc lights.
IIJW has displayed to the world, the beauty of Indian designer jewellery and brands, created a wonderful opportunity and introduced international buyers to the amazing concepts of Indian talents that are backed by centuries of heritage and craft.  Today the global jewellery industry looks at Indian designers and brands for the ultimate create offerings thanks to the many opportunities presented by IIJW.
About IIJW:
IIJW is an initiative to showcase India’s finest in jewellery, be it design or innovation, supported by top-of-the-line craftsmanship, technology and quality to the customers around the globe. India, with its ability to create most intrinsic and inspired jewellery, has made bold statements across the globe. IIJW is an attempt to provide an international platform to India’s budding and leading designers and also design houses to unveil their fascinating, classic and contemporary jewellery collections to the world jewellery market; thereby establishing India as the most sought after destination for quality jewellery.

Notes to Editor:

The Gem & Jewellery Export Promotion Council is an all - India apex body for Gem & Jewellery representing 5,500 members. Set up in 1966, it operates under the supervision of the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India.


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