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Pallavi Foley is a jewellery designer and an artist. Her work is lustrous, feminine with a terrific flair yet intensely wearable. The fashionistas tout her as the next big jewellery designer to look out for. With numerous Indian & International design awards to her credit, she follows her heart and love for design… Read More
Pallavi Foley is a jewellery designer and an artist. Her work is lustrous, feminine with a terrific flair yet intensely wearable. The fashionistas tout her as the next big jewellery designer to look out for. With numerous Indian & International design awards to her credit, she follows her heart and love for design passionately. All her designs are captivating and the meaning behind each piece she designs, makes the designs enriching, enchanting and rejuvenating.

Creativity is synonymous with Pallavi. Based in Bangalore, her creative hive is a design studio, which is part of her exclusive boutique, situated at the Leela Galleria, from where she designs and retails precious and semi precious jewellery. Apart from having her own jewellery boutique, she also works as a design consultant to many Indian and International jewellery brands. Read Less
Pallavi graduated in Accessory Design from NIFT (The National Institute of Fashion Technology), New Delhi in 2000. Thereafter she went on to design jewellery for Tanishq and while her nine and half years stint with them she designed many collections for them including the Miss India Universe Crowns in 2006 and 2… Read More
Pallavi graduated in Accessory Design from NIFT (The National Institute of Fashion Technology), New Delhi in 2000. Thereafter she went on to design jewellery for Tanishq and while her nine and half years stint with them she designed many collections for them including the Miss India Universe Crowns in 2006 and 2007. She even won the NID Business World Design Award in 2004 in the category of ‘Best Accessory Design’, for a collection called Aamra, where she redefined and modernized the mango motif for the modern Indian woman.

She was recently called the Elsa Peretti of the new generation in the recent edition of Harper’s Bazaar India, where World Gold Council had picked the Hottest talents to know. Not only this but in September 2011, she was on the cover page of India today, as ‘a game changer’, where she was a part of the 35 young achievers who broke the rules and made a difference.

Her most recent award winning piece, 3-space, won the second place in the Beads category of the 2010 International Saul Bell Award Competition.

In Jan 2012, Pallavi was featured in a Coffee Table book called the “Trailblazers of Bengaluru’’ which featured 28 entrepreneurs of Bangalore.

She has also been awarded as “The Best Designer”, instituted by the South India Jewellery Show (SIJS-South India jewellery show) in 2011. Read Less
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