The glamorous event was choreographed by Rachna Sikka. It provided a platform to showcase ravishing attires designed by graduating batch from scratch under the supervision of show organisers Dr. Vandana Jaglan, principal, and Dr. Neetu Malhotra, HOD SFI.
“Every individual and every year that goes by is an inspiration. The ideas, the presentation, the out of the box innovative styles of representing something new, something old, something beautiful and sometimes something not so beautiful keeps us going year after year. Being around such creative spirits motivates you to bring out the best in yourself,” said Sneh Singh, chairperson, and Pradeep Gupta, secretary, Satyam Group of Institutions.
“We aim to make a difference in the design industry, the way people dress, the way people perceive clothes. For us, the design industry is an open canvas and it allows us to depict our emotions, thoughts, and vision. I can foresee a great future for all of them and the industry, they have the tools, the skillset, and the mindset to make a difference and make it count,” said Jaglan.
“The 23 themes that our students have embraced are a clear indication of how diverse fashion is. This is just the beginning for these young visionaries, the road ahead will be full of challenges but we have complete faith in the talent we are producing. When you have so much talent and creativity around you, the end result is always spectacular,” said Malhotra.
The 23 different themes depicted at the fashion show were: Unsuitable Love – a collection celebrating genderless love and designs inspired by the Thanga Paintings, Caution Leaders At Work is an Autumn-Winter collection inspired by labourer’s at construction sites, Jinnapraboha is a collection of traditional outfits from different states, Dil Se Dil Tak is ready to wear Spring-Summer collection inspired by the Delhi Metro, Naari: Waqt Ki Phechaan celebrates the modern woman who breaks the stereotypes, Marine The World of Diva draws inspiration from the depth of the marines.
Dark Rituals is a nomadic style Autumn-Winter collection inspired by Aghori sadhus, Relive the Dreams is an ode to the first self-taught Indian Artist, Nek Chand, Kashika is a tribute to one of the oldest cities Banaras and the Manikarnika Ghat, Protest to Molest: Dabi Awajein is a dedication to every woman who has ever been molested, Pink Pop City is inspired by Jaipur and Pop Art, Belleza Esta En Los Ojos celebrates beauty, Map of Soul is a collection created to explore the layers and depth of human nature, The Unsettled is a collection of garments created with Illusion effects, UrnaVabhis is inspired by birds and colours and textures of the spider, Tainting Tales is a collection in an ode to nature for reducing air pollution, Kali Kala is a floral collection focused on the feminine side of life, Udaan pays tribute to different birds. The Beauty of Macrocosm is a collection for kids, Trend Setter is a vibrant youthful Spring-Summer collection, Tales of Future Wars is inspired by the problem faced during calamities, the next collection Day Break plays on the beauty of nature with dual tones and fabrics, and the collection Scarred Yet Beautiful is inspired by famous Japanese flower Cherry Blossom, also known as Hanami.
Prominent personalities from the Fashion industry who graced the occasion were Ravi Kumar Passi, R K Srivastava, Lalit Thukral, Rajeev Bansal, Munni Devi, Kamal Kumar Gupta, DK Singh, Shashi Nangia, Neetu Singh, Himmendra Gupta, Manish Tripathi, Sonia Jettley, Anjali Sahni, Radhika Gupta, Ashwinder Singh, Dhruv Nangia, N Roshan Singh, Chayya Mehrotra, Manish Ahuja, Gagan Sahni, Meena Mehra, Ankita Mishra (IAS) and principals of renowned schools Dr Bhawna Kulshrestha, Nindiya Saket, Dr Sarita Sharma, Maushami Banerji and Anshu John.
All the dignitaries motivated and supported the graduating students from SFI. Satyam Fashion Institute graduating students show TRIPTYCH 2020 was supported by Couture Fashion Week, Sound Concepts, The Grooming Room, Camera Buff, Antar DESI, Ne'ethoz Apparels and Design, Lakme Academy, Rasna Buzz, Ayush& Aditi Associates, Q'tickle and Monika Fashion Studio.
Satyam Fashion Institute (SFI) is on the map of professional higher education with a strong dedication to the cause of women empowerment by educating them in the field of fashion & design. These trained professionals will scale new heights and set new benchmarks in the growth of the Indian economy and will form an integral part of industry set up. The Institute offers an outstanding learning environment for students by providing state of the art infrastructure, facilities, course curriculum and teaching methodology.
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