Ahmedabad, Gujrat – March 31, 2021 – Dotto Objects is pleased to announce the launch of their new versatile jewellery collection for women. Inspired by art, the latest line up of ornaments successfully blurs the line between art and functionality, celebrating the individuality of the modern smart women. Titled “Naari”, the jewellery collection stands for the inimitable grace, strength and even the very imperfections that make each woman beautiful in her own way.
Dotto Objects is an Indian luxury brand that derives inspiration from art to create objects of curiosity. What separates Dotto from regular lifestyle brands is its constant focus on an exclusive blend of art and functionality for each of the jewellery pieces and other lifestyle items.
The new ornament collection offers a wide range of jewellery pieces to choose from, ranging from neck pieces, earrings, rings and so on. The ornaments are minimal and lightweight for easy and regular wear. The subtle details of these objects hint towards a deeper understanding of what it means to be a ‘naari’.
“We are thrilled to bring to you our newest collection of jewellery. Ever since our inception, we have always emphasized on a balanced blend of artsy nuances and practical functionality and it goes the same with our new collection. For example, the Kiara earring is crafted withdelicacy to represent a fine sculpture, inspired by the great Burle Marx’s work. The Amoha neck piece showcases an ornamental representation of implied tension, inspired by the modernist work by Roger Anger and Carlo Scarpa. TheIra bracelet has been creatively contoured with two lines of sharp contrast to celebrate strength and elegance of modern women in one single design”, stated the founders of Dotto Objects while speaking about their new collection.
An endeavor by Saloni Mehta and Veeram Shah, Dotto Objects has rendered a new edge to the lifestyle scene with its distinct, artsy and functional statement pieces. Mehta is a furniture designer by profession and holds keen interest in music (especially sitar) and cinema which enables her to a holistically artistic approach to production design. She believes in introducing art into day-to-day lifestyle products and also with an aim to promote skilled local craftsmen and artisans. Shah is an architect from M.M.C.A (Pune) and his approach to art and architecture is inspired by a wide range of philosophies introduced by Gandhi, Murakami, Raza, Kumar Gandharva to even modernists like Scarpa or Le Corbusier.
Added to jewelleries, Dotto is bustling with a versatile range of other lifestyle products as well. From classy wooden sling bags featuring the signature nath and bindi, artistic organizers, minimalist wooden tableware and tiny boxes, there is a whole lot of uniquely designed products to choose from.
“We do not confine ourselves to one particular scale or design. Rather, we take a multidisciplinary approach so that we can experiment with and implement various art and design forms in our innovative lifestyle products which allows us to create a unique, timeless story with each object.”