8 Fashion Themes by INIFD Scintillate Nashik
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INIFD- International Institute of Fashion design proudly presented “AURA 2014” on Saturday 21st June 2014, at Emerald Park, Pancham hall, Nashik. AURA 2014 was a visual treat of fashion and makeup for Nashikites. It was all about high octane fashion and makeup trends that enthralled the fashion enthusiast and every person present at the event.
The capstone show featured the creative collections of the students of INIFD insitute. National level models walked the ramp wearing outfits designed by the students of the institute. It was a mere showcase of the students’ design collections. The show included various theme-based collection of dresses that included-
- Idiosyncratic Pearl (Button Fastners),
- Camera Arnetico (The Fashion App),
- Fumo (wow wonders)
- Desi Divas (Trado Jack Wrap),
- Distino Ditched (Velvet),
- Rajasthan Royals (Unconventional Chic),
- Prom (Ice Candy)
- Shadow (Aqua).
The makeup was conceptualized complementing the outfits. Youthful, charming and playful, this range made use of fun and versatile shades of Colours. The show was a magnificent interplay of light on colour and was a true depiction of the upcoming young desingner’s style.INIFD has consistently kept up to its promise of being a launch pad for debutante designers and an offering of the best talent to the fashion industry. The students’ collections depicted of the strength of the young designers who themselves s
ewn the garments , putting together piece by piece, equipping them to face the real world as tailors of their designer career in the true sense. The collection was glamorous and edgy. Students were ecstatic when 16 national-level models actually presented their designs in front of audience. The collection of the students were also put up on sale,price of which ranged from 3000 to 10,000
tive designers o
f the institute.
AURA 2014 drew attention of Nashikites as the element of fashion and trend was evident in the costumes tailored by young designers as the western cuts and Indian colours made each piece a treat to the eyes of the onlookers. Not to miss the gaiety and confidence of the young students, who walked down the ramp with perfection. The enthusiasm of the INIFD students was evident from the loud rounds of applauses by the audience as the models walked down the ramps in costumes designed by the INIFDians. An edge for creativity, complimented them for their hard work and high spirits that they had put in for AURA 2014.