Dubai, India (PressExposure) July 26, 2011 -- Luxury French Jewellery manufacturer AKILLIS has taken the world of jewellery outside its comfort zone by designing bullet-inspired "Bang Bang I shot you down" bullet drop ear-rings.
Created by master designer Caroline Gaspard, who is also CEO of AKILLIS, "Bang Bang I shot you down" is one of the many trend-setting creations of the French manufacturer of luxury jewellery making headlines worldwide and changing the way fine jewellery is made. Looking firmly into the future, AKILLIS' racy image and unique style is representative of the spirit of today, symbolizing adventure and excitement coupled with exquisite style.
Designed to stand out from the ordinary, the AKILLIS range of jewellery does not follow characteristic jewellery designs used by leading jewellers around the world. Staying away from the old school models of using hearts, small animals and floral patterns, the range sets new trends in design that are making connoisseurs take notice.
Fine jewellery by AKILLIS offers a fresh take on jewellery designs and breaks free from the conventional and archaic moulds, and is inspired by the luxurious shapes of the present and future era, and infused with the contemporary, electric edge that is brought to life by Ms Gaspard. AKILLIS's pieces are stunning and artistic, an instant favourite of the effortlessly chic modern woman.
Each and every piece of jewellery is made in France, and is crafted by talented Parisian artisans and the jewellery is a bold, yet elegant, display of beauty. AKILLIS designs are comfortable to wear, following the curves of the body like a second skin. Their lightness is only equalled by their majesty and acute attention is paid to minor details.
AKILLIS has its showroom situated in prestigious rue Cambon, Paris with select distributors across the world stocking its products. AKILLIS recently announced plans to expand its distribution network throughout the Middle East and India through opening of boutiques, appointment of franchise partners, shop in shops and retail corners across the region as part of its first phase of expansion.