Actress Mandira Bedi and Transgender Activist Laxmi Naryan Tripathi walked the ramp for Delhi-based Jewellery designer Akassh K Aggarwal.
Actress Mandira Bedi was the show stopper for Akassh K Aggarwal. At the show he launched his new Spring/Summer Collection ‘The Coeur Collectives’. Coeur is a recreation of French Word for core or heart.
Talking to Akassh K Aggarwal about the collection, he says, "The collections comes with a social message of Gender Equality & Sensitization refers to the modification of behavior by raising awareness of gender equality concerns , In a male dominating society such as India, the other two kinds -Female & LGBT gender are facing their own social & personal issue. I want to bring the gender equality message through my collection. "
Aggarwal had showcased assortment of Indian era of grandeur, splendor and preciousness of jewellery vanity.
The collection is a versatility to be worn on ethnic as well with Indo-western. The collection resonates with the symbolism by using fine techniques in filigree motif, stamped light weight metal sheet work, embossed 3D and vibrant metallic colors of gold and silver. Female, Social inequality & Passive References ramped with third gender also acknowledged their Existence.