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Models walk at INIFD Annual Graduating Fashion Show

Pune (Sept 19, 2014):  Leading models scorched the ramp showcasing 15 collections by 180 students of INIFD, Pune at their Annual Graduating Fashion Show in the presence of eminent judges at Poona Club on Sept 13, 2014.

Inter National Institute of Fashion Design (INIFD) is India's leading fashion and design education conglomerate with over 180 centre’s across India with over 15000 students graduating every year. With collaborations from Istituto Di Moda Burgo, Milan (Italy), INIFD is a creative mix of innovative achievers, original thinkers, and industry pioneers, with more than 25 programs of study leading to the Degree & Diploma.

The Institute was launched by famous designer ‘RituBeri’ in 1995. The institute constantly guides and directs the students to enhance their creativity and achieve their dreams.

Students have been recently recruited by top international brands like Tommy Hilfiger, United colors of Benetton, Wills Lifestyle, Esprit, Pantaloons, Louis Philippe, Van Heusen, J.J. Valaya House, Raymonds, Godrej and Duram. After all the hard work INIFD has successfully established itself as one of the best fashion designing school in Pune.

As the dissertation of the final year 180 students of INIFD held its annual event, a fashion show that served as the platform to showcase the student’s talent. The evening was mesmerizing and had a blend of Indian, Western as well as Indo-western garments. The students created these with the guidance of their teachers and proudly presented them. 12 models from Mumbai wore these garments adding to the glamour quotient. The entire presentation of these clothes was neatly divided into sequences based on themes like ‘Neon’, ‘Cocktail’, ‘Disco’, ‘Twilight’, ‘Lunno-Moono’, ‘Absolute’. Emphasizing on women power, some of the sequences such as ‘O Womaniya’, ‘Main Hoon Na’ and ‘Natty Six Yards’ also made a huge mark. To add to the impact they also showcased timeless classics in a sequence called ‘just the same’.

The great designs were supported by great choreography and relevant music. It was a feast for the senses and left a resonance.