Graduating students of Northern India Institute of fashion era (NIIFT), Ludhiana (India), a college of layout, management and technology, showcased their creativity at ANU KAMA ’16, an annual design series show.
college students designed versatile clothes, specifically for topic-based totally sequences. The designs had been adorned by way of professional fashions. at the same time as quality layout series Award was bagged via Sonali Narula for her collection ‘LAMBANI’, most creative collection awards were given to Vishal Kumar for ‘COMBATANT’, and Upasana Sharma for ‘fantastic ENGINEER’… maximum art & skill Implementation collection Award went to Prabhjot Kaur for her stunning ‘LOKDHARA’ collection.
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ANU KAMA ’sixteen proved to be a platform wherein 2.5 years of thorough education and 6 months of diligent practise was offered by way of college students thru their work. each scholar worked on a subject and showcased 5 ensembles associated with that subject matter. They had been especially educated to remedy problems and undertake explorations relating to modern era, raw materials and methods, to develop innovative collections.
The display provided a rich blend of enchanting 19 collections, designed by gifted and innovative style graduates from Ludhiana centre. those younger college students came up with appropriate collections, which have been high on style quotient, ranging from very wearable to extremely-experimental ones. the scholars creatively used wovens, knits, rib, woollen blends, silk, cotton, appliqué paintings, virtual printing, conventional embroideries, and laser cutting era, to beautify the creativity in their portions.
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Madan Mohan Mittal, Minister, Industries and trade, Technical training & business training, Punjab and Anirudh Tewari, Chairman, Tanu Kashyap, DG, NIIFT, Ravi Bhagat, DC, Ludhiana, Inderjit Singh, Director, Mahesh Khanna, Centre In-rate and other dignitaries favored the efforts of college students.