New Delhi [India]October 13, 2013 (ANI/TargetMedia): Interior Design Students of Inter National Institute of Fashion Design. (INIFD), one of the largest networks of Design Institutes, designed sets of leading Interior Design students fashion designerShows during the recently concluded FDCI x Lakme Fashion Week.
INIFD is the only student body offering such an opportunity to its existing Interior Design students at India’s only official Fashion Week being held in Mumbai.
INIFD has been providing its interiors for the past 6 seasons. designStudents with the opportunity to designSets of designerFashion Week at Lakme, where prominent Designers such as Manish Malhotra and Sabyasachi, Tarun Tahiliani or JJ Valaya, Rajesh Pratap Singh, to name a few, showcase their collections, is a prestigious Fashion Week.
5 INIFD Interior Design Students worked with the team at FDCI x LAkme Fashion week throughout the Event. Simran Bajan of INIFD Indore, Vishnu Priya from INIFD Patna and SamruddhiMewada from INIFD Pune Koregaon Park, Rachana Nayak of INIFD Panvel, Vinita Shawakramani, INIFD Ajmer designed sets to be worn by the top Fashion Designers during the 5-day premier fashionIndia’s lifestyle event
INIFD Interior Designers presented their designYou can use your skills to translate the theme into a unique venue and understand the needs of the audience. designerThe ensemble creates a harmonious atmosphere that fosters creativity and enables you to have a great time. show.
Anil Khosla (Global CEO of INIFD), introduced these budding student designers before the media at the end of the Lakme Fashion Week. Khosla said, “INIFD is the only Design institute in India which gives chance to its existing students to design sets at the official, world-renowned Fashion Week – Lakme Fashion Week, direct from their classrooms these designers showcase their creative talent to mesmerise the elite audience.””This unique platform provides exposure and experience to the interior design students while working under the able guidance of industry experts, adding value to their portfolios and giving a kick-start to their careers besides getting recognitionmedia publicity,” said Khosla.
He also stated that “INIFD Chief mentor Twinkle Khanna, Manish MalhotraIIID have been vital in enriching and guiding the creative talents of the interior design students enabling them to be abreast with the much-appreciated design trends, they also bring to our institution a perspectiveexperience that is one of a kind. Khosla said INIFD is the only institute in India that gives it’s Interior Design students a chance to work under top global Interior Designers at World Famous Global Interior Design Expo at London Called Decorex held every year in London Fashion Week.”The final selection from INIFD Interior student design students. designRampsets at Lakme Fashion Week were done during Nationwide The Design Festival’. INIFDRISE’s Design Festival is an exclusive platform where distinguished jury members select INIFD Interior. designStudents: Direct entry to Lakme Fashion Week
These 5 student interior designers were selected from more than 5000 entries. RISE Worldwide selected one of the 75 premium INIFD centres and selected one of them. A jury that included top Interior Designers such as Nain Belliappa and Ar. Suvrita Bhardwaj and Gayathri Shah, Noopur Shah and Disha Bhavsar were selected by a jury that included top Interior Designers like Ar.
INIFD revolutionizes the entire field in Design Education in the country, keeping up with the changing dynamics of the interior today. designWorld. INIFD has grown to be the largest international network of INIFD over the years. designThese institutions have been instrumental in taking FashionInterior Design education, training and certification to the next stage by giving opportunities to its existing students to display their skillscreativity during 3 official Fashion Weeks around world. This includes INIFD Presents GeneNextINIFD Launchpad at Lakme Fashion Week, London Fashion Week, and New York Fashion Week. Target Media provided this story. This article is not under the control of ANI. (ANI/Target Media).