Monthly Archives: March 2013

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ISHA GAUTAM – Some serious designing skills out there !!

ISHA GAUTAM – Some serious designing skills out there !!

The world is getting highly competitive and so are the horizons of education. Being a communication designer, I strive to effectively deliver the competence that I have developed over the years at PAF. The journey is never ending and so is the demand of communication technology.This has instilled in me a great deal of self- confidence and a continuous appetite to know more about communication design & technology. My strengths lie in the use of creative and innovative methods and the ability to function well in teams. Also, I believe that my characteristic cheerfulness translates into a fun experience in all my projects.

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Pearl Academy presents SYNESTHESIA 2013!

Pearl Academy presents SYNESTHESIA 2013!

Pearl Academy presents SYNESTHESIA 2013, a platform for Brilliantly Talented Musicians to showcase their caliber at their annual event: PEARL UTSAV! REGISTRATIONS OPEN!

Date & Venue : 16th March 2013, Siri Fort Auditorium

For further details, contact: +919871961186 or +918826133569

And here is the Official Event Page! Join In!! https://www.facebook.com/events/396880243727257/

So get on stage and have a wonderfully Musical Day!

 

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KIRIGAMI by EKTA SHARMA

KIRIGAMI by EKTA SHARMA

She is enthusiastic, creative and capable of managing time well.

Theme: Kirigami

Inspired from the Japanese art of paper cutting (KIRIGAMI), She has designed a collection of fashion accessories using knitting as the main textile technique. Kirigami is an ancient art which symbolises wealth, prosperity, grace, perfection, symmetry and elegance.

“It takes me to the world of imaginations; it makes me think beyond the panorama. I feel like being behind the showcase and know the inside out of the conclusion. But I cannot. All I can do is to keep imagining and implement the beauty of this art through my view, through my inception….” -Ekta Sharma

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PSYCHADELIC BY AKANKSHA MANGLA

PSYCHADELIC BY AKANKSHA MANGLA

Akanksha is young at heart. Life maybe tough but she takes it in her stride. She is cheerful. She is a quick learner, a good listener and has a positive attitude. She believes in constant improvements for excelling.

Theme: Psychedelic         

Her theme Psychedelic has been subdivided further into Psychedelic colors, patterns and motifs. The theme she has taken forward is patterns. Her challenge for this project is using old garments to make new collection. She has worked with surface techniques to make a bed story.

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BA ( Hons ) Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors

BA ( Hons ) Textile Design for Fashion and Interiors

The Textile Design Programme balances its focus between the development of the creativity and technical skills as a designer. This programme concentrates on the fusion of creativity, craft skills and technological innovation, with students being encouraged to stretch the boundaries of the discipline through their creative engagement with materials, processes and concepts.

In the due course of 4 years the learner is encouraged to explore and create a body of practical work to develop personal approach to textiles. Lectures, live demonstrations, seminars and tutorials with a range of exciting industry and international exposure provide constant sources of inspiration.

The programme encourages innovation and entrepreneur- ship in sectors of national/ international craft, exports and retail industry. The students are inculcated with strong color sensibilities, clean yet bold aesthetics, and practicality with commercial viability. Ideas experimentation, problem solving and reflection are the key skills that are nurtured throughout the programme and will compliment development of your specialist skills in surface or structurally constructed textiles.

A specialist line in Fashion apparels will let students explore their creativity in fabric development for different cuts and styles, surface ornamentation, drape and fall of fabrics deciding the overall look of the garment. Whereas the specialism in Fashion home furnishings will let students ideate their designs to develop fabrics and products for all type of indoor and outdoor interiors including home, office, hotel, automobile, lounge etc.

Both the specialist lines will give a base foundation to initiate idea, create design and develop products. Also both the lines will be based on a sound knowledge of Textile and Fashion business for making the students ready to work as a team.

Employment prospects

This programme enables an individual to develop practical textiles skills across a broad range of traditional and new textiles processes. All Textile graduates are placed well with renowned national / international industries such as Zandra Rhodes, NEXT, Donghia International, Floreal International, Catmoss, Arvind Mills, Welspun, Bombay Dyeing or set up their own businesses as entrepreneurs.

Graduates work as :

-Textile Designers for Apparel or Home furnishing Industry -Designers for furnishing or Floor Coverings
-Fabric Managers
-Entrepreneurs
-Store/ Home Stylists
-Design Coordinators

Students who successfully complete their under-graduate studies are also able to progress to a range of MA courses at PA

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