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South Asian Jewelry Boutique Returns to Florida to Showcase the Latest in Modern Designs

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The founders of premier boutique, Haute India Jewelry, are eager to return to the Florida region to showcase their latest collections of handcrafted, elegant, and timeless South Asian jewelry designs.

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JACKSONVILLE, FL, August 25, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The founders of Haute India Jewelry are eager to return to the Florida region to showcase their latest collections of elegant, timeless South Asian jewelry designs.

The jewelry boutique, already well-known in India, is hosting several exhibition shows in the Untied States in New Jersey, New York, Washington, DC, Virginia, and Maryland among other locations. Handcrafted and based on designs created by boutique founder, Vini Bindal, Haute India Jewelry's collections have been worn by notable Bollywood actresses such as Malaika Arora Khan, Sharmila Tagore, Karisma Kapoor, and many more.

Having participated in the March 2014 IIFA Vendor Expo in Tampa, the founders of Haute India Jewelry are well aware that South Asians living in the United States crave contemporary, yet timeless accessory pieces worn by Bollywood stars. Vini says, "My designs are classy, vibrant and ornate. Every collection I present epitomizes royalty and is my attempt to make the wearer feel special. I believe that jewelry - it doesn't matter whether the piece is bold or delicate - its domain lies in the HEART of a woman."

Excited to bring their unique collection to South Asian women in the US, Vini truly believes her jewelry fills the need for high fashion, yet investment-worthy pieces. Silver plated with 22k gold and made with precious and semiprecious natural stones, Haute India Jewelry's pieces are a far cry from costume jewelry.

Haute India will host an exhibition show on Friday, September 5 and Saturday, September 6 at the Four Points by Sheraton-Jacksonville Baymeadows. The boutique will also be a participating vendor at the MyShadi Bridal Expo at the Hilton Orlando on September 7. Those attending the shows will get a firsthand look at the handcrafted jewelry, which ranges from $100 - $4,000. Pieces in Haute India's collection include necklaces, earrings, bangles, rings, bracelets, accessories, and bridal sets.

To learn more about Haute India's jewelry collection and their upcoming show in Jacksonville, Florida, find Haute India on Facebook, visit www.hauteindia.com, or call (832) 646-2481.

About Haute India
Haute India is an exhibition- and web-based jewelry boutique. Seductive yet classy, the jewelry collections echo the spirit of the next-generation woman. Featuring handcrafted, contemporary designs and semiprecious stones, Haute India's jewelry appeals to modern, trendsetters looking for a polished, classy look. For further information, call (832) 646-2481, email hauteindia@aol.com, or visit online at www.hauteindia.com

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The Arpan Group, a boutique ad agency and public relations firm, specializes in capturing untouched ethnic markets. From press releases and media kits to marketing materials and by-line articles, The Arpan Group customizes solutions based on the client's needs.

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