Boosting creativity

Boosting creativity

Students were given an opportunity to showcase their creativity in Hues and Styles Institute of Design and Management in East Delhi. Professionals from the industry, export houses and production houses were also present to hire.

“Hues and style is providing a platform to students to interact with industry professionals. Everyone today desires new blood. Some students have been asked by many production houses to join them,” says Sharad Kumar, director Hues and Style.

There were 32 participants and 14 collections that were displayed on recently. Each theme was distinct, as the players were allowed to showcase from all ranges, like traditional wear to hot couture. The themes ranged from ‘Fairytale flares’ where dreamy dresses with fitted torsos which flare into the voluminous layers with trails, big bows and floral ensemble was showcased, ‘Kaften- e –tadka’ was a powerful blend of evening gowns and morocco kaftans to ‘Shwetambri’, which was for today’s modern brides using the drizzling array of white and almost white with golden ascent and lustrous pearls.

Fashion icons of fashion industry like Samant  Chauhan, Rajdeep Ranawat, Geetanjali Ranawat, Niket Mishra, Anshul Rajwanch and Amir Zakir were judges at the fashion show. Miss India Universe 2014 Noyonita Lodh was the show stopper of this event.

Shivdass Bawa, 19-years-old won the best designer award, he says, “We showcased denim wear under the theme 'ruff et le tuff'. It is not so in the season, but our fabric was distinctive. It was handmade, double layer, cotton inside and the denim layer was torn here and there. We also innovated on suspenders, which is back in season.”

He says that it took his team  30 to 40 days to create the collection from scratch. His theme emphasised on making denims look rough and tough with red and cool white colours, especially designed for “funky teenagers”.

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