COUTURE INDIA 2021 off to a shining start

The prestigious boutique event, being held in the physical form, has generated quite a buzz in the gems and jewellery industry

Post By : IJ News Service On 28 August 2021 12:25 PM
Avinash Gupta, Mamraj Mussadilal (Exhibitor), Arpit Kala (Show Organiser), Ashish Pethe, Chairman, GJC, Anand Shah, Anand Shah Jewels (Exhibitor), Jayant Kulkarni, MD, HRD Antwerp, India Vijay Khanna, Khanna Jewellers, Alok Jain, Alok Kala, Publisher

COUTURE INDIA 2021, the exclusive gems and jewellery exhibition organized by the Indian Jeweller Magazine, got off to a glittering start at the luxurious Taj Palace in New Delhi, with the Who’s Who of the gems and jewellery industry present at the inauguration.

The chief guests included: Avinash Gupta, Mamraj Mussadilal (Exhibitor), Arpit Kala (Show Organiser), Ashish Pethe, Chairman, GJC, Anand Shah, Anand Shah Jewels (Exhibitor), Jayant Kulkarni, MD, HRD Antwerp, India Vijay Khanna, Khanna Jewellers, Alok Jain, Alok Kala, Publisher, Indian Jeweller magazine

Speaking about the event, Arpit Kala, the organizer of the show, said, “It gives me great pleasure to welcome all our guests, invitees and visitors to COUTURE INDIA 2021. The gems and jewellery industry has gone through a difficult time, and being able to host a physical show of this stature and prestige is a great honour. I am positive that the event will turbo-charge the industry and kickstart a cycle of networking, buying and selling, which will benefit all the stakeholders and invested parties.”

The exclusive event is being attended by over 60 big names of the industry, with some of them being Achal Jewels, Solanki, Raniwala 1881, Neetti, Sparsh Jewellers, Sanskriti Jewellers, Ghatiwala, Romil Jewellery, Uma Ornaments, Rosentiques, and so forth. Exhibitors have pulled all stops to come out with some truly rare and precious jewellery collections.

COUTURE INDIA is one of the most eagerly awaited events of the year, and this time, it comes as a huge respite to the industry in that a curated B2B luxury boutique show is being held in the physical form after a long time. Earlier, the show was supposed to take place in September, but in view of a host of issues created by the COVID pandemic, the dates were changed. Interestingly, the change of dates is working out very well as the show is now well-timed to pre-empt the festive and wedding season that begins soon after the monsoon.

The inauguration has set the tone, and the rest of the show is expected to be just as grand and participative. In fact, a record footfall is expected at the event.

 

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