Mark Gershburgwas overwhelmed to support & sponsor Gemma by Laksh Pahuja. For the finale round it was the hair piece inspired by the Palm Jumeirah in Dubai showing a bird’s eye view of the iconic location that ended with a falcon, the national bird of UAE perched on the head of the model. The hair piece weighed one kilo and was created in gold and silver, encrusted with superb rubies, sapphires black/champagne diamonds, cabochon moonstones and coloured enamel work. It was undoubtedly a masterpiece once again created by Laksh Pahuja worthy of being the perfect showstopper.
To appreciative applause Mark Gershburg, CEO, GSI walked down the ramp with jewellery designer Laksh Pahuja and showstopper model Candice Pinto.
The show was a great success and was a delightful experience for GSI to join hands with Gemma.
In 2005 Gemological Science International (GSI) was established in New York City as a full-service, high-tech lab designed specifically to meet the rapidly changing needs of the jewelry industry. With offices in the USA, India, Israel, and Belgium, it is currently one of the world’s largest and most technically advanced gem laboratories. GSI is known for its integrity, innovations and its commitment to the highest CSR standards. Visit www.gemscience.net or contact Neha Nangia, Corporate Communications Manager at neha.nangia@