CT Fashion Design students showcase collection under their final semester project
They created a range of fusion wear contemporary outfits along with smart casuals and modern office wear attires
Jalandhar: The final year graduating students of Department of Fashion Design of CT Group of institutions, South Campus, Shahpur created a design collections on various themes like Rajasthani art, tie and dye effects, retro, historical architecture, musical instruments and hippy etc. by using screen printing, block printing, color effects with textile techniques, surface ornamentation and fabric manipulation.
They created a range of fusion wear contemporary outfits along with smart casuals and modern office wear attires.
Coordinator of Department Ankita Kararia and overall Design Mentor Suman said, “As a part of their final semester project, the students created these collections in a span of three months. The designers sourced fabrics as well as developed various fabrics on their own using a range of different embellishments. This project reflects the essence of entire learning that the student goes through at our department during the three year graduation program. The garments included lehengas, blouses and tunics with innovative cut and pattern development, and a wide range of unconventional office wear.”
The designers also documented the workflow and development process of the collection through fashion boards, mind maps and swatch files. The documentation concluded with a professional photoshoot that would be a significant part of their design portfolio.
CT Group Managing Director Manbir Singh congratulated the students for putting their best foot forward by creating these collections. The students are well prepared for industry and can efficiently start their own boutiques and work as freelancers considering the current scenario.