The fascination of Indian philosophy and alternative medicine in Amrit’s jewels, by Sat Hari. Here’s who is the woman who fascinated Brad Pitt ♦ ︎
She went for India and never she is returned. Or, better, she came back but stay connected to the charm of the great Asian country, where for years she has studied the symbolism of precious stones. The blonde American designer Sat Hari Khalsa, 50, after a long period of youth training in India, which began when she was 18, returned to the States and founded Amrit, a name that in ancient Sanskrit indicates the water of eternal life, the nectar of the divine. Not before, however, having traveled the world together with a rock band as a holistic healer.
But the last adventure is the one destined to be more in the spotlight: the relationship with Brad Pitt. According to the Daily Mail weekly, the actor and designer would have met in 2018, during an event organized by Anthony Keidis, frontman of the Red Hot Chili Pepper, to whom Sat Hari Khalsa would have been a spiritual guide. In short, it is not surprising that Amrit aims to offer jewels linked to a mystical philosophy of life. In India, Sat Hari (which is the Indian name he adopted) fell in love with gems, jewels and ancient symbols and now creates his own collections with these references. Do not think, however, that they are Indian style jewelry. Amrit proposes jewels that, apart from some elephant figures that appear here and there, are absolutely of Western taste, with massive use of gold and precious stones, starting with diamonds. Margherita Donato