- A showcase by emerging designers from Pearl Academy on
- Day 5 of AIFW AW’18
New Delhi, March 08, 2018: Continuing the association with Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI), students of the Pearl Academy, on March 18th, will get an opportunity to showcase their talent at the Amazon India Fashion Week in association with Nexa Autumn Winter 2018 at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in the capital. Almost 300 graduating students from all campuses of Pearl Academy will be participating in this annual event by the FDCI.
Pearl students are working on myriad concepts drawing inspiration from tribal art, cultural songs of their state and some intriguing aspects of society that gives them a creative impetus. While some of the themes focus on sustainability and environment, others are making use of unconventional materials in designing garments and few others are inspired by Indian craft techniques.
Professor Nandita Abraham, CEO, Pearl Academy said, “Amazon India Fashion Week is the most celebrated fashion event in the country. Students from Pearl get the fabulous opportunity to showcase their talent along with stalwarts of the design space. Our students have been working tirelessly over the last few months to make sure their collections stand out. This is an amazing experience and it boosts their confidence as they prepare to step into the industry.”
President FDCI, Sunil Sethi commented, “Students are the future of tomorrow as they are brimming with a new perspective, which is fresh and not jaded. We at FDCI believe in the power of ideas and that’s what makes a huge difference in the way we will be looking at design in years to come. I wish Pearl students a trajectory that is star spangled with achievements and may this chance, catapult them to fame.”
Corporate Comm India(CCI Newswire)