Holi just got more colourful with Suhani Pittie’s new collection ‘Colour Crush’



Hyderabad, February 21, 2017 : Colour, colour everywhere; laughter and cheer in
the air... That one sentence describes the mood of every home and street in India when it celebrates Holi. The festival brings with it the excitement of splashing colours, fooling around with friends and family accompanied by song and dance. But that’s what you see happening on Holi every year.

This year, we are giving Holi a new dimension by bringing colour straight to you in the form of jewellery from our latest collection ‘Colour Crush,’ created specially to ring in the vibrant spirit of the festival.

As the history of the festival goes, all colours of nature inspire us to leave behind the negativity and seize life with positive energy. So, embrace colour your way with lively blues, delicate pinks or cheery yellows in the palette of your choice and let your vivid style set the tone for the fun and frolic of the festivities and moments well spent with Family and friends.

Holi just got more colourful with Suhani Pittie’s new collection ‘Colour Crush’

Holi just got more colourful with Suhani Pittie’s new collection ‘Colour Crush’

Holi just got more colourful with Suhani Pittie’s new collection ‘Colour Crush’


Featuring new styles from the brand like larger-than-life, statement pendants made from eye-catching materials like iridescent mother of pearl, radiant corals and soft opals, this collection is youthful, arresting and adds exciting drama to your everyday outfits. Be it over a simple kurta or a crisp white shirt, you will never go wrong with these lively additions. The coloured stones in their cool shapes are used to create refreshingly new patterns. As the stones used are in their natural form, the jewels in
the collection are one-off pieces that will be exclusive to you.

The collection is priced starting Rs.5,000 to Rs.14,000.

About Suhani Pittie

Enlisted by the World Gold Council as one of the top 10 most inventive and ingenious jewellery designers in the world, this GIA graduate established her training  institute at 20, and is a recipient of the prestigious 'Artisan Award 2015' by GJEPC. A Devi Award winner (New Indian Express) she has been enlisted by Femina in their “35 most powerful women in India list. Fortune wrote of her as one of the five people to watch out for, in India. Suhani has also been felicitated with the Young Women

Achievers Award 2012 by FICCI

Vogue Italia named Suhani Pittie as one of the 5 designers to watch out for from India. Elle magazine credits her for changing India's perspective towards precious jewellery. British council handpicked her to showcase her collections to the British Royal family.

The first Indian jewellery designer to be selected for Miami Fashion Week, she is a favourite amongst bollywood stars, with her jewellery appearing at Cannes Film Festival continuously for five years on L'Oreal ambassador Sonam Kapoor. Most recently, she received the GJTCI Award of Excellence, presented by the Karnataka Governor.