Deepa Kalro Batch of 2013 – JD Institute of Fashion Technology
Deepa Kalro Batch of 2013, After completing her Masters in Marketing and communications, Deepa started her career by working for a digital marketing agency, where she primarily handled lifestyle brands. After which her life has been no short of a roller coaster ride, working with ace designer Ritu Beri, learning to design at JD Institute of Fashion Technology and of course starting her own Fashion Rental Studio, The Dress Bank.
The Dress Bank enables people to have that piece of clothing they have looked at in the magazines and lusted over thinking, that one day they will also own it. With TDB, one doesn’t have to wait for that one day, one can have a designer outfit for just 1/10th of the price, and this way a person can wear a different piece at every occasion.
She further adds that her parents are her 1st influence; her fashionista mother has been a style inspiration and her father who has a clothing showroom for the past 36years, has rubbed off his expertise on her. Clothes & Fashion is all I have known, all my life.
On being asked about JD, Deepa says, “I always wanted to be in the fashion industry; however it was only after I joined JD institute that I had the courage to let go of my stable corporate job, only to discover the exciting journey waiting ahead. Oh and it wasn’t easy at all, It took a lot of hard work and dedication, after-all fashion is a massive subject to cover, but I was lucky enough to have some really amazing mentors, who were patient and willing to help us whenever we goofed up.”
Deepa Kalro Batch of 2013 – JD Institute of Fashion Technology…!