This year’s Amazon India Fashion Week, India’s most sought-after fashion platform, saw young designers take the centerstage with their skills and knowledge. Pearl Academy’s annual property #PearlPortfolio yet again became a platform to give young students an eclectic vision of the future. A one-of-its-kind space, #PearlPortfolio witnessed some of the finest creations by budding fashionistas and fashion connoisseurs, 350 designers to be precise. Young talent from School of Fashion, Styling and Textiles came together to gain an industry-level experience and produce industry-challenging designs that earned them recognition from leaders and legends on the concluding day of the fashion week.
With innovative ideas like ‘6 Dots’ – a collection prepared specially for the visually impaired with braille tags and ‘Restoration’ – a collection inspired by the Delhi’s monuments and heritage buildings, the participating designers showcased a blend of inspirational and path breaking design hues. The event also saw photography projects from greenhorns, which reflected their inspiration and stimulus. A separate section dedicated to unique themes and issues such as the ecological footprint, DIY hand knit, etc. received appreciation from the jury, parents and visitors alike.
Prominent Fashion Design Council of India faces like Rimzim Dadu, Nitin Bal Chauhan, Nida Mahmood, Priyanka Modi, Divyam Mehta and Rahul Mishra were among the few who experienced the vibrancy and energy brought forth by these young designers.
Industry stalwarts congratulated this talented bunch of designers, photographers and forward thinkers for putting together a spectacular show and making Pearl Academy and FDCI’s #PearlPortfolio 2017 a stellar success.
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