Hyderabad, India, March 5, 2023 – Indian Jeweller Magazine, the country’s leading jewellery trade publication, recently pulled off a grand spectacle in Hyderabad that’s got the fashion industry buzzing. The event, saw 12 retailers from across India showcasing 70 pieces of exquisite jewellery, representing 10 different cities. And let us tell you, the jewellery pieces were nothing short of breathtaking!
The highlight of the event was the unveiling of macro jewellery trends that are set to dominate the industry from a consumer’s perspective in 2023. With themes such as “Nextalgia,” “Expressive Expression,” “Universe Unlimited,” “Green and Clean,” “Color Pop,” and “Bold and Beautiful,” the showstopper event had something for everyone.
The first macro trend of the night, “Nostalgia,” showcased the beauty of vintage and heirloom pieces, as well as futuristic and modern designs. The pieces presented were an ode to the past, while simultaneously giving us a glimpse of the future of jewellery trends. As we watched the models strut down the runway adorned in these stunning pieces, we couldn’t help but feel a rush of excitement at the prospect of wearing them ourselves.
The second macro trend, “Expressive Expression,” was all about celebrating individuality and freedom of expression. As we’ve all come out of our cocoons after the pandemic, this trend truly resonated with us. The stacking and layering of accessories, and the use of large gemstones, made for a bold and striking statement that left us spellbound.
The third macro trend, “Universe Unlimited,” reflected the connection between human beings and the universe. From nature-inspired pieces to designs with motifs of gods and goddesses, this trend had a spiritual and calming quality to it. Pieces with pastel blue shades were also a hit, evoking the soothing tones of the universe.
Other trends that stole the show included “Green and Clean,” which highlighted the importance of sustainability in the jewellery industry, and “Color Pop,” which saw an explosion of bright and bold hues. The “Bold and Beautiful” trend showcased chunky and statement-making pieces that left us awestruck.
The Indian Jeweller Pret Show 2023 was sponsored by JB And Brothers (Loose Diamonds partner), Achal Jewels (Polki Jewellery partner), Associate Partners: SGL Labs and Jaipur Jewellery Show. It was attended by chief guests from the jewellery industry, including industry experts and jewellery aficionados.
Indian Jeweller Gives Glimpse of What Consumers Can Expect in this Year
Speaking about the event, Arpit Kala, the organiser, said, “The fashion show was a grand success and a testament to the dedication and hard work of the jewellers and their craftsmen. We are proud to showcase the macro jewellery trends for 2023 and provide retailers with a glimpse of what consumers can expect in the coming year.”
The fashion show featured 18 models from Mumbai, Delhi, and Goa, who walked the ramp in exquisite jewellery pieces. The event was a celebration of Indian jewellery and its timeless beauty. The jewellery showcased was a testament to the rich cultural heritage of India and its diverse artistic traditions.
Indian Jeweller Magazine has been hosting such events for the jewellery industry for many years. The magazine unveiled its Trend Forecast 2023 in line with Prêtby Couture, a B2B jewellery show with select manufacturers across India. IJ has also hosted “The Statement” in 2018, which was a B2C luxury, boutique jewellery exhibition.
All in all, the event was a grand success and a testament to the power of Indian jewellery and its timeless beauty. Indian Jeweller Magazine continues to be a pioneer in the jewellery industry, providing retailers and consumers with a glimpse of what is to come in the world of jewellery. The fashion show was a celebration of the rich cultural heritage of India and its diverse artistic traditions, as well as an opportunity for retailers to gain insights into the macro jewellery trends that will dominate the industry from the consumer’s point of view in 2023.
From vintage and heirloom pieces to futuristic and modern designs, stacking and layering accessories, jewellery with large gemstones, nature-inspired pieces, and those with calming blue pastel shades, the event showcased a wide range of jewellery that is sure to captivate jewellery enthusiasts and collectors alike.
With its finger firmly on the pulse of the industry, Indian Jeweller Magazine has once again proven that it is at the forefront of innovation in the world of jewellery, inspiring and influencing trends for years to come.