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29 September 2016

Nirav Modi, Indian jeweler

The Indian jeweler Nirav Modi presented his jewelry for the first time in France, at the last Biennale des Antiquaires. After the recent opening of the London boutique, he looks back on his story and style. He also announces plans for Paris.

 

Banner picture: © Kelly Ann Taub

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