Born into a family deeply rooted in the fashion industry exposed Ananya to a dynamic world of creativity. She began to develop an ideology about beauty as a powerful energy, an expressive vibration and a sensual awareness that resonates with the essence of life.


She discovered the craft that would form the foundation of her creative process, furthering her education with a Bachelor’s Degree at Central Saint Martins in London. As Ananya immersed herself in the art of jewellery, she worked on projects with institutions like the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Barbican. She was awarded the Suffragettes Design Award where she designed a brooch for celebrated women scientists and Nobel Prize winners. She was also selected by Swarovski to create a piece for the Runway Rocks fashion show. Having spent time in workshops all over India, she studied indigenous jewellery making traditions and collaborated with one of India’s leading jewellery houses, Amrapali.


She continued her exploration of jewels and gemmology with a GG at the GIA. Here she was truly able to experience the world of gems and precious stones, giving her the knowledge to bring the right energies that help enhance one’s state of being.