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Socialite Sudha Reddy Wears Farah Khan Fine Jewellery to the MET Gala

The piece is crafted in 18 Kt. gold.

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Socialite Sudha Reddy Wears Farah Khan Fine Jewellery to the MET Gala

(PRESS RELEASE) Internationally renowned jewellery designer and gem maestro Farah Khan, who launched her coffee table book – Farah Khan – A Bejewelled Life in New York, in April 2019, has designed Dreamy Decadence, a stunning statement ear piece for Indian philanthropist and entrepreneur Sudha Reddy’s ensemble for the Met Gala red carpet event. Adding a ravishing dash of brilliance to her look is this custom designed ear cuff in tune with this year’s theme – “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion” inspired from the history of American independence and the revolutionary dialogue of the ever-evolving American fashion scenario.

Drawing inspiration from the stars in the American flags that symbolise the 50 glorious independent states of America, Farah has designed a sensual ear cuff with diamond encrusted stars that starts from the cheek and extends to the ponytail culminating as a string of scintillating bezel set diamonds. The piece is crafted in 18 Kt. gold, the stars are set with brilliant round and baguette diamonds and the jewel is artistically interspersed with an array of solitaires that give the piece an enchanting scintillating effect.

Glorious and bold, this signature Farah Khan piece is masterfully handcrafted by the brands in-house exceptionally skilled craftsmen. Set with 38.72 carats of VVS diamonds, the piece is custom designed to highlight Sudha’s expressive eyes and glide seamlessly along the contours of her face, the design of which is inspired from the audacious contemporary vocabulary of the American fashion scenario.

Sudha captivated with this radiant piece on the red carpet this Met Gala.

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