LPU fashion design students declared fashion icons

The world-renowned “Trend Talk” fashion magazine “Colorbar Cosmetics” has declared six students from the B Design and M Design programs of the School of Fashion at Lovely Professional University (LPU) as “next fashion icons”. All of these students are explicitly covered in its volume -7 over four pages-, 11 to 14, along with photos of their colorful ensembles. These innovative LPU students are covered for showcasing their unique approaches in creating ethical, eco-friendly and sustainable fashion. LPU Chancellor Mr. Ashok Mittal commended the fashion students for their research work on “ sustainability,” and considered it an incredibly iconic performance even during pandemic days.

Magazine editor Ramila Thingbaijam shares, “The concept of sustainability has been receiving much needed attention in recent years. The majority of people in the world want to live in a better world and leave it as a much better place for others to live beside them. In fashion too, it is the ability to maintain an ecological balance and meet our needs without exhausting the natural reserve to be used tomorrow. and Lavkesh, it is cited as ‘celebrating the enthusiasm of the rich cultural heritage of God’s state of Kerala’. It was inspired by an 800 year old mystical art form – ‘Theyyam’. The students created a ‘Midi’ dress in Aloe-vera fabric with hand-embroidered floral designs. In addition, there is a tailored jacket in recycled denim with hand-embroidered “Theyyam” culture masks.

The other two sets elucidated in the magazine are “Countryside Living” and “Reveal”, created by M Design Fashion students Harshita Roy, Loveleen Kaur, Pratibha Saini and Shobhit Sharma. The first collection celebrates the charm of country life, where natural dyeing techniques are explored. Here, recycled viscose cotton is used. The “Reveal” set uses a creative thinking approach to crafting innovative surfaces using old x-ray film on a recycled polyester curtain. . All were mentored by Assistant Professor Akash Rathour at the school, under the guidance of HoD, Dean Prof Bhaskar Mitra. The whole effort here is to create “pure sustainable fashion” using innovative products, as well as eco-friendly and recyclable elements. It should be noted that “Trend Talk” magazine is owned by the world-renowned Indian beauty brand – Colorbar, which provides the best and most innovative products in the world, through its nearly 100 stand-alone stores and 1500 in-store stores. .

Joseph E. Golightly