Chandigarh 16th May:- Creative facet of Textile Design Department will be manifest in “SUVYAN”-2018, the Annual Design Collection show of Home Furnishing & Apparel Products put together by the graduating students of Textile Design Department of Northern India Institute of Fashion Technology, Mohali.
The final presentation is an integration of the learning that the students imbibe during their education at the institute. Through the media of colors, materials, finishes and techniques students express their individual statements as design solutions for Fabrics, Home Furnishing Products, Stoles, and Apparels.
Sundar Sham Arora, Minister of Industries and Commerce, Punjab conveyed his good wishes and message for the success of the students.
Rakesh Kumar Verma, Principal Secretary, Department of Industries and Commerce, Punjab cum Chairman, NIIFT conveyed his blessings and wishes to the passing out students of Textile Design Department.
DPS Kharbanda, Director of Industries and Commerce, Punjab cum Director General, NIIFT who had previewed the collections earlier conveyed that the students had shown a very creative aspect of design which will definitely contribute to their success in the industry.
SUVYAN’ 2018 showcased 52 collections by the graduating students of Textile Design Department. Each student worked with an industrial client for a period of 5 months which lead to the development of their individual collections and exhibition of design work. Students created various products such as Scarves, Stoles, Home Furnishing Products as Bed sheets, Cushions, Duvet Covers etc. These were created as per the requirement and demand of the industry and their buyers.
The faculty members Shweta Sharma, Deepti Sharma, Indeep Sukarchakia, and Navneet Kaur played a vital role in guiding and mentoring the students so as to get a better outcome of their work.
An eminent jury made up of Textile designers, Industry experts and Art proponents were invited to evaluate the collections for the awards. The jury included Yogesh Verma, Director, May Design Studio, Isha Kaushal, Senior Designer at May Design Studio and Sanjay Kulsheshtra, Asst.Vice President, Nahar Fabrics, Lalru.
The students worked with big names in the industry as Nahar Fabrics, Vardhaman, May Design, Bombay Dyeing, Indi Tex, Sogani Fashions, Meena Bazaar, Raga block printed, Shingora Shawls, Trident, Arvind Mills to name a few.
Speaking on the occasion K.S Brar, Director NIIFT said that Suvyan plays an important role for our students to uncover their best creations. The collections are very creative, original and visually pleasing.
Inderjit Singh, Registrar, NIIFT said that Suvyan is one of the best laid out exhibitions and I am confident that these students will contribute highly to put Indian Textile on the world map.
Shweta Sharma, Course Co-coordinator, Textile Design Department said that keeping up to its commitment for nurturing and promoting new talent in the Indian Textile Industry ‘SUVYAN 2018’ is a platform for our students to reveal their best creations and each design presented is inimitable and reflects the student’s reverence for art, culture and nature.
Palak Sahani worked at Sogani Fashions, Jaipur. She took birds as one of her inspiration, Mughal era being the second and the third one being Tribal Reminiscence which had the inspiration from geometric motifs and Aztec patterns. She showcased her work in the form of beautiful apparels and scarfs collection. One of her themes has also been selected for BIBA, India for their September-October collection.
Praveen Kumar worked at Shingora Textile Limited, Ludhiana, Punjab. He undertook the themes of Medieval Art and Architecture, Disco Light and Floral Craft. He showcased his creativity through an extravagant scarves collection with different techniques such as embroidery, extra weft technique, tie and dye, ombre dye and printing.
Bhawana Bharti worked at May Design Studio, Gurugram. She explored different techniques like crewel embroidery, towel stitch, machine embroidery, fabric manipulation etc. She worked upon three themes like Boho which had a fusion of boho and kilim patterns, Outdoor Coastal which included under the sea features and Christmas Night for the joyful Christmas décor. She presented her themes through a range of cushions.
Shubham Keshree worked at Bombay Dyeing, Mumbai. He created two themes being Mood Indigo which was inspired from the traditional technique of tie and dye called shibori and Basics Only, essentially a recollection of typical summer days. These were showcased through a range of bed sheets and cushions.
Akshit Joshi worked at Nahar Industries, Lalru, Punjab. He worked upon four themes for fabric development. First one being Meadow Flora -inspiration being floral grasslands, second one was Surface Stitch- inspiration being loop yarns, third one was Appaloosa Spots- inspiration being dots and textures from nature and the fourth one was Vibrant Madras- inspiration being yarn dyed checks.
Prashant Saurabi worked at Jindal Worldwide Ltd. Ahmedabad. He created three themes Fancy Floral, Paisley Park and Steel Magnolia. His basic idea was to convert women’s prints into men’s prints.
Saloni Srivastava: Interned at Raaga Block Printing Pvt. Ltd. Jaipur. She created three themes - Geo Spice, Mughal and Rajwada. She showcased her work through an attractive collection of sarees, capes and dupattas.