Tanishq, India’s largest jewellery retail brand from the house of Tata, has unveiled an exclusive line of special-cut diamond jewellery, ‘Rhythms of Rain’ where celebrity Lisa Hayden plays the perfect muse for the luxury pret assortment. The collection is inspired by the season's wonder right in time- the beauty of Monsoons.
The Rhythms of Rain collection is synonymous with the varied notes of Monsoon that set nature into an evergreen waltz. The collection brings in the revitalizing energy of raindrops featuring 19 celebrated pieces of timeless neckwear sets embellished with natural diamonds, and coloured gemstones that breathe magnificence into this collection. The inspiration is drawn from rhythmic raindrops falling over the lotus ponds, drifting clouds, the rumble of lightning, the sun peeking through the clouds after rain and the majestic white peacock dancing in its glory. With gemstone hues perfectly mimicking the rich elements of the monsoon, this collection speaks grace, splendour and panache exquisitely crafted in statement forms.
This collection from the house of Tanishq mirrors the rhythms of raindrops that strike a chord with monsoon skies. The masterpieces in this exclusive line of natural diamonds are designed in sync with the rich tones of Blue Topaz, Tanzanites, Tsavorites, Opal and Citrines that are intricately crafted in princess, emerald, pear, oval and marquise shapes.
Speaking on the launch of this stunning collection, Abhishek Rastogi, Head of Design, Jewellery Division, Titan Company Limited said, "The magnificence of this collection lies in its inspiration of exuberant raindrops and a soulful trail of monsoon’s diverse notes. The collection has been conceptualised keeping the timeless woman and her classic persona in mind. Each design has been expertly crafted by master artisans and each gemstone that compliments the white of the diamond has been handpicked to replicate the many moods of monsoon. You will see various special-cut stones and very elaborate forms of design that are pieces to don forever."