Diane Singh - The French Designer
Diane Singh, born and raised in France, jumped into the craziness of India in 2007. She fell in love with Jaipur, its gemstones, and the Indian culture.
Diane Singh launched her signature label ‘Diane Singh Jaipur’ along with her flagship store 2012. As a child, she was mesmerized by the beautiful colors and textures of the natural gemstones, and naturally she came to design jewellery. Diane has a strong bond with local artisans which allows her to respect the norms and good conditions of work for all of them.
Diane Singh is known for giving personal attention of stone selection for the Jewelry she designs. She also provides new luxuries in jewellery such as personalization and customization in all of her creations. She always uses top quality materials and does not compromise on the finishing.
Diane Singh puts together a beautiful blend of Indian and International sensibilities in her pieces. Her expertise and superior craftsmanship are the highlights of these immaculate collections of enduringly stylish masterpieces.
Diane Singh's cross cultural-modern jewelry is influenced for her first collections of the heritage of Jaipur. Through the Mughals Art left all around the pink city, to the carving on the walls to the history of the royal family ( Gayatri Collection, Majestic Mughals Collection ).
Her latest collections are inspired by rich embroidery and the local tribes of Gujarat ( Bamba, Banni and Mutwa tribes ).
Lord Shiva recently and its symbols so she recently made a collection about his main symbol: The Snake.
Living in India allow her creativity to go far beyond her imagination, the streets , the colors, women and the symbols of this nation are the influences of her creative process.
Diane Singh accessories reflect a Nature textured quality, are entirely handmade in India by 5th Generation Jewelry Artisans in the Pink City of Jaipur and a lot of the pieces are one of a kind.
"I love any women wearing my jewellery but I always represent my client as modern elegant and independent as i could define my style"