EVERMORE LIGHTS UP THE SEASON WITH IZHAR
With Iftar and Suhour invites coming in hard and fast, everyone’s looking for that little something extra to make a style statement during the Holy Month. Not to mention that perfect, thoughtful Eid gift guaranteed to make that special woman in your life swoon.
With Evermore’s latest collection dropping just in time for Ramadan, you can now add the ethically exquisite tag to your seasonal look too.
Izhar is the homegrown lab-grown diamond brand’s exclusive Ramadan collection featuring exquisite long necklaces, light bangles, chokers, bracelets, cocktail rings, and earrings designed to complement your fashion forward modest wear choices.
Each unique piece is crafted using DEF ultra white lab grown diamonds that deliver more size, sparkle, and shine, exceeding customer expectations. From strands of diamonds that you can pair with monochrome outfits to long necklaces and light bangles that are certain to shine against abayas and colourful kaftans, you’re truly spoilt for choice.
Dangly earrings and cocktail rings might be classic choices to dress up one’s outfit but Evermore’s pieces feature fancy shaped diamonds including pear, emerald and round, giving them a more modern edge.
“Being homegrown, we understand the significance of the Holy Month and wanted to give the region’s discerning audience beautiful pieces of jewellery that are certain to complement their seasonal look at a contemporary price point. This collection seamlessly combines the miracle of modern technology with design prowess and truly celebrates the spirit of the season,”said Rohan Siroya, CEO, Evermore by Siroya ALTR.
EVERMORE diamonds are engineered from just carbon, mimicking the process of diamond creation that takes place under the earth, making them chemically, physically, and optically identical to natural diamonds. Made to order, these stones also have a pristine purity about them and are classified type 2, purer than 98% of the world’s diamond supply- like the rarest jewels in the world such as the Kohinoor and the Millennium Star. Consequently, they are better for the environment, do not exploit human labour and enjoy a low carbon footprint.