Fashion design students showcase contemporary fusion wear outfits : The Tribune India

Tribune press service

Jalandhar, May 18

Final year students from the Fashion Design Department of the CT Group of Institutions have created design collections on various themes such as Rajasthani art, tie and dye effects, retro, historical architecture, musical instruments and hippies, etc. using screen printing, block printing, color effects with textile techniques, surface ornamentation and fabric manipulation.

Final year graduate students from the fashion design department of the CT group of institutions present their collection. Grandstand photos

They have created a range of fused contemporary outfits, as well as smart casual outfits and modern office outfits. Department coordinator Ankita Kararia and general design mentor Suman said, “As part of their final semester project, the students created these collections in the span of three months. The designers sourced fabrics and developed various fabrics themselves using a range of different embellishments. This project reflects the essence of all the learning that the student goes through in our department during the three-year graduation program. »

Clothing included lehangas, blouses and tunics with innovative cuts and patterns, as well as a wide range of unconventional office wear. The designers also documented the collection development workflow and process using fashion boards, mind maps and sample files. The documentation culminated in a professional photoshoot that would form an important part of their design portfolios.

CT Group General Manager Manbir Singh praised the students for doing their best in creating these collections. “Students are well prepared for the industry and can effectively start their own shops and work as freelancers given the current scenario,” he said.

Joseph E. Golightly