Earthy concerns on stage

Eco-friendly fashion

Earthy concerns on stage

Colourful: Dreams’ collection for little kids.

The clothes varied on wearability, innovation, colours and themes but the one thing that remained constant was the stress on being eco-friendly. Anam from Mount Carmel College was the first to stage her collection Flip-flop. It was a highly innovative presentation, as each garment in the show opened up into another style and thus could be worn again. A short frilly skirt changed into a cocktail dress, a blouse into a skirt and left everyone speechless. Kamalika from T John College presented Recycle. The clothes used were printed cotton and khadi and were primarily in brown, white and black. The collection was funky and sporty, keeping in mind the teenaged girls as the target market.
The next collection was called War on Waste by Santosh Gupta, the student designer, who had used waste material ranging from toothpicks, broken glass pieces, blades and cardboard to make the designs on the clothes.

The next designer was from Mount Carmel College again. Vimla's collection called Sin was all about saving the animals of this world. She used colours like red, black and white to show the suffering that one would go through for killing them. Trousers were used as shirt and a dress and the show ended with a model walking the ramp with a tiger to show support for Save Tiger campaign.

Madhumita's collection called Elements of the Earth used earthy tones like blue, green, yellow, white, brown to showcase each element. The models walked the ramp in long, elegant dresses in different hues. The collection was breathtaking and the model garnered huge accolades from the audience as she finished.

Geometric by Nathalia from Mount Carmel College was inspired from the kaleidoscope itself. Bright colours, blown up skirts, dresses, tights ruled the ramp and saw the models carry plants in their hands to show that they add colour to the world. The next collection was Bronze Star by Jinali from T John College. It was inspired from the high fashion of Britain and had the models showcasing gown and evening dresses with matching hats.
The show that caught the attention of the crowd was by Archana from T John College. The last collection of the fashion fest was called Dreams and had little girls walking the ramp in red and white short dresses. The heart shapes and Mickey Mouse prints added zing to the clothes but in the end it was the enthusiasm of the kids that really charmed everyone present, bringing the evening to an end.

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