Delhi’s already soaring high temperature rose even more when the gorgeous international models set the ramp on fire at “Styles and Trends 2017” organised by Jagannath Institute of Management Sciences (JIMS), presenting the market-re
ady designer collections created by the students of JIMS Rohini, department of Fashion Design.
Top models, CEO’s from the fashion design industry and experts from Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) congregated at the razzling and dazzIing annual fashion show “Styles and Trends 2017” organized by Jagannath Institute of Management Sciences (JIMS) on 30 March, 2017 at the enchanting campus of JIMS Sector 3 Campus, Rohini.
With eminent designers from the fashion world like Manish Gupta, Anuradha Ramam, Joy Mitra and Preeti Ghai as jury members, the event was not just any other college fashion show but way beyond that. Designer students left no stone unturned to impress the judges with their immensely innovative designer fashion collections. With designs inspired from Sufism to art forms like origami and mosaic, the haute couture on display won the hearts of fashion connoisseurs.
The show also gave us a major style check about the current trends. The “Swadeshi Riti” sequence beautifully broke the stereotype that Khadi wear is boring. Giving a whole new look to the Khadi wear, designers presented an uber-chic collection of semi-western wear for both men and women, made in the subtle hues of ivory. Right from stylish western blouses to layered dhotis teamed up with statement kala chashmas, the collection received a unanimous applaud from the audience and other guests of honour.
Students also presented many other scintillating creations on themes such as, “The Modern Vintage” inspired from Indian Army, “Wander Lust” , “Clash of Geometry”, “Kalopsia”, “Sleek Chic” and many more. The sequence “Slow Fashion”, western-wear collection was yet another heart-winner. A slow fashion is a fashion that stays for a real long time and doesn’t fade out fast, like denim. The designers took denim as focal point and crafted a variety of eye-catchy attires.
The colorful dresses on display were designed using various fabrics like silk, crepe, chiffon, georgette, velvet, nets etc. The designs were an outcome of experiments with technology, non-conventional materials, color palette, silhouettes and fabrics.
Speaking on the occasion Vice chairman Mr. Deepak Gupta, JIMS Rohini said, “The fashion industry today is one of the fastest growing and most dynamic Industries in the world. Hence, at JIMS School of Fashion Design, we train our students keeping three important aspects in mind – the primary needs of the client, the focal point of design and the design appeal to the customer. Seeing today’s successful rendition of their immense creativity, I am quite confident that our students will make a quality difference tomorrow when they will join this industry. I wish them all the very best for a successful career.”
With each sequence being commercially viable, the show was indeed a superhit.