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Author(s): City Air NewsTwo-day fashion carnival to exhibit dying ethnic traditions of Fashion and celebrate the spirit of the industry at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi; The Fashion show will bring together Designers like Rohit Bal,Rocky.S,...
Two-day fashion carnival to exhibit dying ethnic traditions of Fashion and celebrate the spirit of the industry at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi; The Fashion show will bring together Designers like Rohit Bal,Rocky.S, Shantanu & Nikhil, Manjeet Bullar, Ajay Mehra-Study by Janak,Varija Bajaj, Saket Modi, Tarun Sheinh-CMD PREMIA Group and many more
New Delhi, June 24, 2015: From Baseball Jacket to tuxedo to elegant women wear, collection of both Men and Women’s wear will be on full display as Delhi celebrates the culture and spirit of Fashion in a two-day Fashion Carnival-JD Annual Design Awards 2015organized by JD Institute of Fashion Technology.
The fashion carnival will be unveiled at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi on 1st and 2nd July, 2015 and will put on display every aspect of fashion across people. The Fashion carnival will have display of exhibitions-Interior, Jewellery and Fashion. All the displays and the creativity are done by the students of JD Institute.
While the day will showcase the working arts, the evening will be take viewers to a nostalgic journey through the Fashion Show with live performances by models as they will do the ramp walk showcasing the collection designed by the students.
This two day festival of creativity will showcase the creations designed by the students of fashion, interior and jewellery design departments on the theme ‘PURE’ highlighting the first thought that comes in the mind and follow that first thought fearlessly and curiously.
The Annual Design Awards is one of the biggest platform for students not only to showcase their flair but an opportunity to work with leading designers and be seen and recruited by leading brands in India and abroad.
The crafts of India are diverse and rich in history and religion. The aesthetics of each state in India reflects the influence of different empires. Despite the steep and upsetting decline of Indian arts, there is hope on the horizon. The idea behind the theme ‘PURE’ was tobring out the first thought that comes in the mind and follow that first thought fearlessly and curiously. I am elated to see some serious potential and responsibility among my student designers. In all, this will bring in new set of ‘PURE Designers”, said Mr. RC Dalal, Executive Director, JD Institute of Fashion Technology.