Designs carved out of thoughtful themes

Designs carved out of thoughtful themes

Fashion trends

Designs carved out of thoughtful themes

The contemporary wear.

The show, which was scheduled on the third day of the mega event, was supposed to start early in the evening but was delayed for nearly three hours. However, the time factor didn’t dampen the spirit of the crowd. As young and enthusiastic models walked the ramp wearing outfits that aimed to redefine fashion trends, the audience went crazy. The theme of the fashion show was inspired by ethnic wear concept and designers displayed a range of attire adopted from history and mythology.

The fashion team of Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering showcased one of the distinctive themes called Troy. The collection brought into light the culture, art and lifestyle of Roman and Greek community. The fashion line was created using natural fabrics like leather, silk and cotton; and the garments were embellished with metallic objects. As the styling was done using handmade jewels and flowers, it gave a royal look to the creations. The show was coordinated by Hashim and Khasim from the department of Information Science and they clinched the third slot in the competition.

The winner of the event – SJBIT’s fashion team –  exhibited tribal wears inspired by the original colour scheme of forest. Designed by Anil, the fashion line had all essence of nature like pants made of grass, animal furs and leaopard skin.

Besides the competition, there was a special fashion show by the students of DSI to keep afloat the festive mood. The theme of the show was mujra fashion. The sequence involved blings and jazzy handworked sherwanis of different styles, like Jodhpuri and prince sherwani for men. The girls wore traditional as well as Indo-Western clothes like ghagras, corsets, fish cut skirts, stone worked saris. A black coloured georgette sari with lots of shiny works on it was very attractive.

The creations were made using a wide range of fabrics like tissue, organza, silk, georgette, brocade and jacquard and were designed by Akash Chidambar and coordinated by Hashim, Khasim and Yousuf.