Excited over their win

Excited over their win

Vogue Institute of Fashion Technology recently held ‘Fun Frolic & Fete’, its
intra-collegiate art, design and cultural fest at its Doddaballapur campus. Spread across three days, it saw enthusiastic participation in a variety of creative computations – mehendi, card making, photography, face painting, rangoli, cooking without fire, painting, dance, singing, fashion show and debate among others.

The fest struck a delicate balance between talent and glamour, allowing students to present their skills across different fields. What was also visible through the décor was the amount of time and energy spent to make the fest a reality. Even chairman MM Kariappa was overwhelmed by the talents of the students.

Mayuri A Das, who won the fashion show, says, “It is said that someone who has tasted failure once can enjoy weeks of hard work and brainstorming to gain the fruit of glory. For us diploma students, who formed the team and won, this was a way to prove our worth and showcase our talent. It was purely a group work and it feels amazing that the hard work has paid off. We promise to give our college and the fashion sector of Bangalore more of our talent in the future.”

Shirley, who performed a medley of four songs with batchmate Hema Nayak in duet singing, was excited about her win. “It was a good experience that taught me a lot. The crowd participated by encouraging and cheering us on, which drove us to do the best that we could. Winning first prize made our day!” she smiles. Satyaki, a final-year BSc (FAD) student, won prizes for several events like solo dance, rangoli and face painting. “The fest will always be one of my best memories in the college. I participated in many events and noticed that the level of competition has shot up from previous years. In the face painting, for instance, I had to compete with 15 talented students and placed second. In the solo dance, everybody cheered me on and gave me the confidence to come first. The appreciation from the teachers and students was great and I’m looking forward to the next edition,” shares Satyaki.

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