Lights on budding fashionistas

 The beauty pageant showcased the vibrant creations by the students who took part. The show had a variety of spectacular designs to exhibit, ranging from ethnic wears to futuristic and contemporary attires, created by the participants within a limited time, inside the institute itself.

Govind Kumar Singh from NIFT, Bangalore emerged as the winner of the event bagging an attractive crystal trophy and a cash prize of Rs 25,000. His collection entitled Garden, consisted of vibrant costumes made by using appropriate flowers and leaves. Models glorified the frilled costumes of multi-colours in every sense of the term, a modern feel. The hair style, make up, the way models walked, all had a perfect touch and received a huge applause from the gathering.  
Wearing a victorious smile on the face, Govind said, “I am inspired by garden as it is a planned space like garments. I used all bright and fresh colours with a lot of textures to design exclusive outfits. I would like to create new and innovative fabric surfaces, with a careful mixing of colours.”

Second prize went into the hands of Anchal Verma of NIFT, Mohali in the category of wearable art. She painted the ramp with a striking combinations of blue, green, violet, red and yellow which she called African Blues. The models walked down the ramp with her colourful tunics along with matching stockings and accessories. Her collection was a combination of youthful zest and impeccable fashion sense.
Soumya M M from AIFD, Bangalore bagged third prize for her distinctive range of vibrant collection Simplicity in Indian Way in which she displayed her exclusively designed simple wearing, a party top with contrast coloured skirts to go with.
Neha Prasad and Rahul filled life to the evening by their encouraging and cheering voices. H L Vijaykumar, principal of RSI said that the purpose of the contest was to bring untapped and upcoming talents into light and showcase their skills. The event will further inspire the students to come up with new ideas.

The students walked around in their fine outfits and settled in for the high light of the night. The real creativity of the students came out with varied ideas. The event came to an end with the performance of the students to a song from the latest film Dil Bole Hadippa.

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