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Last week saw the launch of Titan Raga’s Moonlight collection of watches just in time for the festive season. I was lucky enough not only to be invited by POPxo as one of the bloggers who got a chance to catch the exclusive launch of the latest collection by Titan Raga but I also got the opportunity to pick my favourites (which was quite a difficult task, if I may add) and shoot them for StreakHueFall.

Inspired by luminescent nights, the Moonlight collection beautifully captures the beauty around after nightfall. Complete with pearls, Swarovski crystals and enamel work, almost all the watches have a story to tell. Be it the grandeur of Taj Mahal, the beauty of flowers that bloom only by moonlight or the striking constellation of stars against a clear prussian sky – with every Raga Moonlight watch you bring home a bit of magic and more. What sealed the deal for me was how these watches were not only probably the most beautiful ones around but also how they fit the bill as the perfect accessory to flaunt this season. Be it traditional wear or a modern ensemble, these watches are designed and crafted to inspire and impress. So if you are looking out for that accessory to #OwnTheNight or for a thoughtful gift for your loved one this Diwali, go to your nearest store and check out the Titan Raga Moonlight collection.

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All watches – Titan Raga Moonlight

Dress – Koovs

Photography – Nikita Mhatre

Till the next post,

Kavya

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