Fashion Show Dedicated to Womanhood
Graduating designers of Satyam Fashion Institute celebrated the true spirit of womanhood on the ramp at Vista 2016 at NCUI Auditorium, Siri Fort, New Delhi. 34 budding designers showcased their creative collection in 13 sequence themes elegantly choreographed by Rachana Sikka.
The students captivated the audience with their creative imagination on the mixture of colors and fabrics in the unique and appealing themes including ‘HOSHIMI : HAIKU NO AKI’, ‘Ahilya’, ‘Charm of Russia’, ‘An Attitude for the Indian Weave’ ‘Two Worlds Collide’ and many more.
The ramp glittered with different segments of collections and concepts translated most accurately for today’s woman, in shades of black, red, orange, and warm color palette.
The glamour extravaganza witnessed renowned names from the fashion industry such as Sonia Jetleey, Chhaya Mehrotra, Pallavi Mohan, Niket Mishra, Bir Kaur Dhillon, Sonia Sarin, Aamer Zakir, Inderpal Singh, Vivek Mishra, Varija Bajaj, Jou Mitra, Sulakshana Monga, Rajdeep Ranawat and many more. Speaking on the occasion Dr. Mitali C. Goswami, principal, Satyam Fashion Institute said” The students are so imaginative and have presented vivid colors and fabulous work in their collection.
With the modern and cultural revolutions of fashion concept have undergone a tremendous change; fashion now is a perfect design, a technology, a science to be studied and to be communicated. I am really proud to see my students so confident, self dependent and self conscious, which will definitely help them to mark their presence in the global revolution of their own strength and carve a niche for Ms. Manjulika Gautam, Director General, SFI said, “I’m really glad to see my student’s talent in selection of colors and fabrics and creativity in collaborating them and presenting the master pieces.
I hope the junior students will learn and do well in future. I hope everybody enjoyed it. Our fashion shows and events encourage our women students to realize their true worth and potential by engaging them in various themes.”