- A Report by – Manisha Umashankar & Zeba Iqbal (M.Sc Fashion Communication)
‘‘The desire to create is one of the deepest yearnings of the human soul.’’
The quote above tells us about the kind of dedication and commitment that goes into creating something beautiful and that’s what the Interior students of the Lavelle Road campus of JD Institute of Fashion Technology did on 31st of March, 2015. They put up an artistically creative art exhibit where the theme was ‘Abstractism’. Titled, “Abstraction and conceptualization of images”- an exhibition organized by the interior design students saw some powerful forms of abstract art. Most often abstract art is misunderstood but that ironically, is the beauty of it. Exhibits of abstract art are definitely spurting and the artists are seen painting their interpretations of what they see. Continue reading
- by Reshma Chatterjee (M.Sc . Fashion Communication, Batch of 2014, JD Institute of Fashion Technology)
‘‘There is no chance, no fate , no destiny that can circumvent or hinder or control the firm resolve of a determined soul” – Ella Wheeler Wilcox
People from small villages and towns dream big because dreaming big doesn’t cost them a fortune. They find passion and determination to strive for what they dream about. Such is the story of this Indian fashion designer : Rahul Mishra. From a small village in Kanpur untouched by fashion, Rahul is the first Non-European to make it to Istituto Marangoni, a renowned fashion school in Milan, with a full scholarship. Enrolling for a fashion course in National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad was a case of luck by chance for him. NID was also the launch pad for his debut at the “GenNext” show at the Mumbai Fashion Week in 2006. The dresses and trousers were made from Kerala handloom fabric and off-white marked the trademark signature colour for him. Continue reading
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THE STUDENTS OF JD INSTITUTE AT THE INDIRANAGAR BRANCH.
JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Bangalore recently celebrated International Women’s Day across all its centers. The day began with an interactive discussion between the faculty members and the students of the various departments on the pertinent and contemporary issues of women’s safety and the multi-faceted roles of women in today’s society. Post panel discussions, the faculty members organized various creative DIY activities, where students were required to design and creative products with the underlying theme of women’s empowerment.
Photo Courtesy : Jerin Nath (St. Mark’s branch of JD Institute) Continue reading
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One out of every 5 Indian woman suffers from breast cancer ; a disease that silently creeps into our lives and changes everything. It does not differentiate between caste or color, rich or poor, nor young or old. This International Women’s Day, we would like to celebrate the women who have fought this disease with outstanding patience and resoluteness. We salute their courage and determination! Continue reading
‘J’Dian Express’ : Inspired by the Expressionist art movement of the 20th Century, the idea to find a connection and relevance between artworks of renowned artists and human facial expressions led to these innovative renditions of “expressionism” by the students. The purpose was to replicate and capture the mood of the paintings through our emotions. Every painting has an interpretation of its own, which has been the inspiration behind our own version of depiction.
Project Credit : MSc in Fashion Communication (Batch of 2014)
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By : Manisha Umashankar, Reshma Chaterjee, Zeba Iqbal, Nikitha Gowda (MSc 2014 Batch)
Milan men’s fashion week fall/winter 2015-16 was held from 16th January to 20th January. The show was not so promising and was kept too banal. However, we witnessed that the Milan men’s fashion week, centered around androgynous trends along with other prominent trends like checkered patterns, hand bags, mallow, Harris Tweed, corduroy, monochrome. Here are some of the stand out trends from the Milan Runway. Continue reading
In association with the Bangalore Fashion Week, the students of JD Institute of Fashion Technology showcased a spectacular display chronicling 10 defining milestones in the history of fashion right from the 1700s to the present age. Beginning from Marie Antoinette, through Coco Chanel in the 1920s and to the present rage of Eco Fashion, the humble sewing machine has evolved over the ages.
The students decided to create a garment using the ancient art of Origami, often associated with paper sculptures and designs made from ordinary pieces of paper, serving to give a futuristic appeal to the installation.The students worked laboriously for days to create hundreds of origami pieces to convey the gradual yet bold transition from the world of black and white to riotous colors in the field of fashion.
Installation Credit : Students of BSc. in Fashion Design (2nd year), Batch of 2013
Photo Credits : Sachin Sundaram, Abhishek, Francis and Jerin Nath Continue reading
Collaboration between the departments of Fashion Photography and Fashion Communication.
“Unleashing the sensual side of a human, embracing the twin gender”
Model : Neerjal Basnet
Dept. of Photography & Mentor: Kishore Ramachandran
Styling Direction: Parag Goswami
Styling Courtesy: Varsha, Lekha, Madhurya, Rachel, Ekta (MSc. Fashion Communication)
Photo Courtesy: Hemanth,Punith,Veena (Group I)
Sanjith,Sajid,Madhukar,Bindu (Group II)
Sharath, Veena, Francis (Group III)
Sachin, Francis,Tarique,Siddharth (Group IV)
Makeup: Team Robert Naorem