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Latest Trends in Textile and Fashion Designing

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Upcoming New Trends in Silk threaded Jewelry Volume 2 - Issue 5

S SreeLekha Surendran* and Freelance Entrepreneur

  • S Collections, Bangalore, India

Received: August 30, 2018;   Published: September 05, 2018

*Corresponding author: S SreeLekha Surendran, S Collections, Bangalore, India

DOI: 10.32474/LTTFD.2018.02.000146

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Trends come and go, and style evolves it’s important to have piece of jewelry that are timeless and look chic, despite ever changing fashions-Karen Elson. Jewelry is something that has to do with emotions that aspects of jewelry really that interests-Ann demulemeester. I think part of the beauty of our relationship with jewelry is that it can change and evolve as we do ourselves-Erika Christensen.

Fashion Jewelry

Wearing a right Jewelry is a simpler and effective way to enhance a little enthusiasm, creativity, uniqueness to the outfit. This even suits over a wide range right from traditional to causal i.e., salwars, kurthi, sarees etc., to jeans and tee shirts. It has become a daily routine for each female youngster living in metropolitan cities of India to project herself with a unique new outfit every day. Obviously, the silk threaded jewelry plays major role in accessorizing the attires [1-3]. It’s easy to change your jewelry wearing habits and get excited about accessorizing again. On the other hand, to sustain this uniqueness with each customer, a real challenge lies with the designers which opens a world of imagination and creativity in making one-of-kind jewelry. Also, with increasing competition with such kind of handmade customized silk threaded jewelry, this creates numerous business opportunities with mass production lines across designers over the world. Here are a few fresh jewelry wearing ideas that might catch fancy and traditional. Fancy Layer Necklace (Figure 1).

Figure 1: Fancy Layer Necklace.


Kerala mural hand painting jewelry

The traditional mural paintings of Kerala are fine art of skill and creative excellence. Today, the trend has shifted from wall murals to jewelry murals. The theme of painting included the character of these stories. Here is the kathakali, one of the major forms of Indian classical dance (Figure 2).

Figure 2: Kerala mural hand painting jewelry.


Celestial Collections jewelry

Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth, fortune and prosperity of all forms, both materials and spirituals. Lakshmi symbolizes good luck (Figure 3).

Figure 3: Celestial Collections jewelry.



Bangles look feminine, graceful and truly charming! From every day to special occasions, bangles add a touch of bling and sparkle to any and every attire. Bangles can be bought in varying materials, colors, styles and designs; depending on personal taste and need. Wedding bangles deserve every bit of attention. Each and every element that goes in creating the perfect wedding look must be well thought of and carefully picked. After all, it’s a once in a lifetime experience and every single thing needs to be grand and beautiful. The Bangles are made of Soft silk thread and in between the name carved with the small stone work enhance the look of bridal bangles. The truly awesome pink & green colour combinations gives a fabulous look to “The Bangle and The Bride” (Figure 4).

Figure 4: Bangles.


Jhumki Bangles

In India, jhumkas love will never ends in fashion and when it comes in bangles, the output is here (Figure 5).

Figure 5: Jhumki Bangles.


Peacock Carved Bangles

There may be nothing more beauty than the country ship beauty of the India. Here is a peacock carved bangle and maangtikka (Figure 6).

Figure 6: Peacock Carved Bangles.


Finger Ring

Finger Ring made of pink golden soft silk thread using twolayer donuts.


Throughout my research in to the jewelry making, like artificial jewelry reach people more and since it is economic and can wear it for daily purpose. To create life for my jewelry beyond that of the gallery space.


The author an innovator in customized silk threaded jewelry creator famed in the social media. Readers are advised to contact the author for further reading and exploration.


  2. Borel F (1994) The Splendor of Ethnic Jewelry: from the Colette and Jean-Pierre Ghysels Collection. HN Abrams, New York, USA.
  3. La Gamma, Alisa (1991) Metropolitan jewelry. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA.