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Bangla students to show designs on ramp for first time
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Feb '16
For the first time in history, creations of the fashion student’s of Bangladesh Universities will be seen on the catwalk in the third edition of a fashion show, Fashionim.

Fashionim is a fashion event dedicated to the denim industry, organised on the sidelines of Denimsandjeans.com Bangladesh Show and will be held on March 2, 2016 at Hotel Radisson, Dhaka.

“Designs of the finalists selected from the Bangladesh Fashion Student’s Contest would be showcased at the fashion show,” a press release from the organisers, Denimsandjeans.com said.

“The prime motive of Denimsandjeans.com has been always to explore the potential of Bangladesh and showcase the best of it,” they informed.

Quoting reports, the organisers added that Bangladesh will soon rule the international denim industry as a major supplier and this is what motivates various investors to invest their capital in the textile industry of Bangladesh.

In the prior Fashionim show held in Oct 2015, the fashion show saw models exhibiting collections of denim producers from three countries.

The collections from Vincunha Textile from Brazil, Envoy from Bangladesh were displayed for AW’15 season and the curtains were called with collections from Bhaskar Denim, India.

The last edition of the only by invitation fashion show saw over 400 guests from some of the most reputed retailers, factories, buying houses and brands attending the show. (AR)

Click here to register for Denim In Fashion Dhaka

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