Due to jewellery’s uniqueness and exclusiveness, it has been one of the most significant luxury assets throughout history. Landor & FITCH and Renaissance Global have collaborated to celebrate the relationship between women and jewellery, making the possession of fine jewellery special for modern women. Take a glance at their journey of creating a branding for Irasva’s exceptionally suave ambience.
About the Client
Renaissance Global has been operating in the jewellery industry for more than two decades and has designed incredible jewellery for marquee clients all over the world. They are venturing all over the globe and are the key suppliers of the majority of jewellery retailers including Irasva. The founder of Irasva Leshna Shah is truly devoted to designing and creates jewellery to perfection. Her collections have fine jewellery pieces designed and crafted by expert artisans.
Working on the Logo
Landor & FITCH have questioned everything in an ordinary jewellery store and reimagined its entire landscape. The brand name chosen to represent this idea was ‘Irasva’ which was the union of two words ‘enjoyment’ and ‘self’ in Hindi. The logo consists of the ‘S’ as an infinity sign which signifies the endless opportunities and ambitions of modern-day women aiming to create a branding that is sharper, culturally exciting, minimalistic and has a global design aesthetic.
Eloquence of Uniqueness
The colour theme used by the brand is quite wicked. Pink and blue are fairly unambiguous colours that sit on the opposite side of the strong and delicate spectrum. These hues are commonly associated with women and men respectively. Irasva conscientiously uses these colours to break gender stereotypes. The intricate work on the details; from the wrapping paper to the small diamonds on the logo has all contributed to creating the comprehensive visual identity system of the brand. Landor has aimed to create visuals that would maintain Irasva’s essence but still make it look recherche. The pictures successfully convey this with jewellery floating, rising and shining portraying the brand as free-spirited.
Seeing the Immortal Muse
In the process of designing Irasva for retail glory, Landor kept in mind to offer a warm welcoming and comfortable environment for the customer where they can walk, analysing and explore the jewellery and find the one which connects with them the most with ease. The store consists of gifting sections, a boudoir, café, dressing area and a designer’s favourite section. Everything from the displays to the usual jewellery store map was reimagined focusing on more than just the customer making a purchase.