Some magic on the ramp

Dream Zone School of Creative Studies, a design institute in the City, organised ‘Vibes 360’, a fashion pageant at Shikshakara Sadana, K G Road, recently. Open for all the budding fashionistas, the ramp walk saw a huge turnout of people including students, parents and other fashion enthusiasts.

The competition was held between six colleges with the theme ‘Bridal Wear’. Even the students of Dream Zone showcased a variety of clothes for the theme ‘VIBGYOR’.

The event began with a competition round wherein six colleges took part. The jury panel included fashion designers Sadia Sayeed, Amita Sharma, Yogitha Rammurthy and Rayan. They judged the participants on the basis of colour combination, fabric, make-up and overall presentation.

The competitive round began with students of Sri Bhagawan Mahaveer Jain College. Six girls and two boys elegantly showcased the bright collection. They were quick enough to change their outfits in between the performance. Their colourful costumes caught the attention of the audience.

Next on stage was T John College with its wonderful collection. The crowd couldn’t stop hooting and cheering as long as the models walked on the ramp. The participants carried off the collection very well and their stage presentation was much appreciated.

Later it was the turn of students of Surana College to showcase their vibrant outfits. Walking to old Hindi tunes, the models showcased the bridal wear of different states of India. A team from Ghousia College also gave an impressive show. The all-girls team of SJP College too tried to woo the audience with their bright costumes. Dressed entirely in pink, the models from Maharani College walked the ramp confidently with Jadu Hai Nasha Hai as their background track.  

The next session was ruled by the students of Dream Zone, who showcased their own pieces under the theme ‘VIBGYOR’. Designed by the students themselves, the collection had over 50 varieties and each colour had three different shades. Budding Sandalwood actors Santosh Kumar and Bhuvaan Ponanna graced the occasion.

Lovely star Prem was the special guest for the prize distribution ceremony. A cash prize of Rs 15,000 was awarded to T John College, the winning team of the evening.

Ghousia College managed to bag the second place, which was a cash prize of Rs 10,000. ‘Beat Gurus’, a percussion band in the City, turned up the heat and treated the audience to some wonderful fusion music during the show.

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