ATDC - Ethnic Pret 'Skills in Fashion' at Delhi Times Fashion Week

New Delhi: The Delhi Times Fashion Week, an initiative of the Times Group culminated on highly glamorous note at Roseate House, Aerocity. The 3-day long event witnessed the presence of the crème de la crème of the lifestyle and fashion world, which was greatly appreciated by everyone. The fashion extravanza saw some of the country's biggest designers like Ritu Beri, Suneet Verma, Malini Ramani, Joy Mitra, Narendra Kumar, Sulakshana Monga, Suneet Verma, Mehraab, Bharat Reshma , Poonam Bhagat, Nida Mahmood etc.

ATDC being nodal agency in empowering skills to large number of women, celebrated women in workforce through its collection "Ethnic Pret''-Skills in Fashion. The final year B.Voc design students of ATDC will presented Fashion collections, Accessories which has less to do with style and more to do with skills set, women portrays in present times, it's a collection inspired from no-nonsense women, an ensemble which is crafted responsibly, is not only utilitarian, but also made with clear conscience, which empowers 'W' women in you. It is a transition of women from rural to urban workspaces to night out.
ATDC Centre's from different regions from North, East, West & South India showcased fashion collection's, utilising skills in Fashion and celebrated women in workforce.

The Fashion Skills which are utilized by ATDC Centre's were

  • Sustainability
  • Surface Techniques
  • Digital Printing
  • Weaving Techniques
  • Pattern Making
  • Draping
  • Origami
  • Applique
  • 3d Printing

In the majestic Delhi Times Fashion Week, ATDC B.Voc students from multiple centers pan India showcased their beautiful collection in Power dressing of Working Women. Shreya Rao Kamavarapu fbb colors Famina Miss India 2018 Second runner- up who was show stopper for ATDC, made a quite style statement with her showstopper dress. I am in Love with this collection. The colors are so fresh and amazing. It was my first time as showstopper and it was amazing. I had so much fun on stage.

Students & Faculty was enthused with Great Spirit and echoed their voices. As one of the faculty member said, "Delhi Times Fashion Week is a great platform for us and specially the Students to not only showcase their work but also gave them the firsthand experience of the Fashion World, which will definitely be instrumental in their future work & vision.
Imparting Skills Improving Lives

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