"As much come as I love the simplicity of life with Yoga, I also admire and love craft. The pieces that I bought years ago, I still love them for their traditional work. So, I feel like my style is timeless. I always bought slowly, never in a rush. But what I did buy, I still like. Every year it comes out. I don’t have a piece of jewellery, or clothes that are out of fashion and I'm so proud of that because nothing is wasted." - Wellness Expert, Mini Shastri on style and jewellery that stands the test of time, much like the ancient wisdom of Yoga. 

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  • Collection Notes: RANI

    Our three-part capsule Rani, is a deeply personal collection, in memory of my grandmother, Sheela Rani. I wanted to make something for her in her favourite gemstone, that told her story. View Post

    "I think this idea of heirlooms is something that we pass on – not just the actual piece, but also just the idea of appreciating these things and holding on to these memories. That it’s not just about the piece, it's really about that memory of a different time and of a person that you hold dearly to you" - Radhika Chopra opens up a trove of family treasures that are a chronicle of shared memories, as well as jewellery-making traditions.  View Post