Sushmita Sen: actor, mother, and inspiration for countless women with her indomitable spirit and bold life choices... What does it take for her to rally the inner strength to live with authenticity and passion? At the launch of the Libera collection by Zoya - A TATA Product, Sushmita had an exclusive conversation with Brides Today, sharing the values she lives by, her love for diamonds, the biggest gift a woman can give herself (read: independence), and more...
Brides Today: What is your earliest memory of jewellery?
Sushmita Sen: “My earliest memory of jewellery is a pair of my Ma’s [mother’s] thin gold bangles. She wore them on her right hand, and I remember them making the prettiest sound, telling me exactly where Ma was!”
BT: What kind of jewellery pieces do you enjoy wearing the most to weddings?
SS: “I consider heritage pieces to be the most gorgeous addition to any wedding look. I’ve always been inclined towards timeless jewellery, weddings or otherwise. I don’t experiment a lot with my jewellery. Once in a while, I will buy a piece that is truly out-there, but they, more often that not, lie in my locker or I may gift them to someone. My style gravitates towards classic pieces, and those I know I’ll wear often.”
BT: Tell us about the Libera collection by Zoya - A Tata Product.
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