(PRESS RELEASE) Avakian a Swiss Jewellery House which is synonymous with exclusive jewellery, the finest craftsmanship, and daring designs has donated £15900 worth of jewellery to help underprivileged students in India through Arts for India Charity. Edmond Avakian brings more than three decades of experience as the founder of Avakian, where he oversees the company’s creative and strategic direction.
Speaking on this occasion, Haig Avakian said, “It is a great honour for Avakian to support this cause and give the opportunity to some of the underprivileged students at the International Institute of Fine Arts at Modinagar India to explore their hidden talents and be given an equal opportunity to succeed in the Arts. We hope this evening will be a big success and will contribute to this beautiful cause.”
Arts for India charity is going to host the fundraising event to help underprivileged girls at BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London in association with BFI (British Film Institute) on the 19th Oct 2016.
Arts for India (AFI) was launched in London, in 2010 by Shri Satish K Modi. It sponsors students at IIFA (International Institute of Fine Arts), based in Modinagar, India. More than 4000 children have been given free of charge education so far.
Avakian is a Swiss Jewellery House and over the last four decades, some of the world’s most glamorous actresses have adorned Avakian’s stunning creations, as the brand has expanded its global presence. Avakian has boutiques in London, Geneva, New York, Los Angeles and Moscow.
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In 1985 Avakian’s first boutique opens in Geneva’s Rue de la Fontaine and later moved on to the Noga Hilton hotel. Avakian aim to remain at the forefront of international jewelry design with vision to be exclusive to the luxury sector they cater to. Avakian also highlighted some its latest High Jewellery Collection at the 69th Cannes Film Festival.