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Get to know SimranKapur, 25, jewellery designer, VasantKunj.

art and culture Updated: May 24, 2011 00:43 IST
Aakriti Sawhney
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Simran Kapur

Hometown Delhi
College Sri Venkateswara college, Delhi University
Occupation Jewellery designer
Number of Facebook friends 430
Favourite Book Marley and Me
Favourite Film Y Tu Mama Tambian
Favourite Quote- Fashion fades, only style remains the same
Favorite Dish Mangalorean fish curry rice and papad
Style Icon Coco Chanel
Sexual Preference Doesn’t matter
Long Hair or Short Hair -Long
Sneakers or Sandals- Sandals Beer or Wine - Beer. I love Tsingtao Beer
Bollywood films or Hollywood Films- Bollywood
Favourite dive bar Blue Bar
Cotton Panties or Silk -Silk
Korean Cuisine or Konkan Cuisine-Konkan
Who Does Your Hair Mohsin @ Creme Salon, South Ex
Who Inspires You -My Mommy
Your Last Regret- No regrets
Best thing you’ve ever bought -Cleo, my cat - he’s 5
Delhi summer or Delhi winter- Summer
Favourite Spot in Delhi -Khan Market
The one thing you can’t live without- My blackberry, which has been named Ghungroo by a friend because it rings a lot!
Pet on the bed or off the bed -Cat on, Dog off
Favourite Indian Outfit- Traditional anarkalis with absolutely no crystal bling Junk or ethnic jewellery/ I love jewellery.
Period -Favourite Perfume
Narcisso Rodrigues - Favourite jewellery designer
Best thing about living in Delhi- The nightlife
You want to change about Delhiites- A lot! For starters, people here have to stop mirroring fashion Favourite Delhi slang Vela.

More about her
A graduate from Delhi University, Simran Kapur started designing jewellery out of a need to own absolutely unique accessories to go with her dresses. What started as a hobby has now turned into a full-time profession for Kapur. She is working under the label Quirk & Co. that specializes in custom-made necklaces and bracelets. For designing these pieces, Kapur uses a combination of vintage finds, semi-precious stones, postage stamps and random things found in some unmentionable places. When not designing jewellery, Kapur also works as a freelance stylist.