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Unbroken Bond – Annual Fashion Show 2016

Unbroken Bond – Annual Fashion Show 2016

INIFD Deccan put up a magnificent Fashion Show on 31st January at Novotel, Pune. The audience witnessed a remarkable show and were left dazzled. It was a Grand Event to watch. The designers enthralled the audience with their professional touch on the costumes and themes. The Models took the showbiz to another level by taking over the ramp.

The Show was attended by eminent Bollywood Stylist, Ashley Rebello, Miss Fashion Icon 2015, Pranati Prakash, lead Costume Designer for Bollywood Flick Bajirao Mastani, Chandrakant Sonawane and INIFD Director, Amit Agrawal.

The Fashion Show was a brilliant mix of Themes, Lights, Costumes, Music, Choreography, Stage Set-Up, Videos, Presentations, Hosting, Arrangements and other things.

It was a one Gala Event to experience!!

Sequence 1 – Twiggy Theme

Twiggy look is perfect for ready-to-wear wardrobe, and there is no slightest doubt about that. The collection is homage to the hand weavers from Maharashtrian ‘Paithani and Narayan Peth.’ The collection line draws inspiration from Hollywood actress Audrey Hepburn. The punchy shades of shift dresses just cannot get any better.

You cannot fail to notice the combinations of bold shades like black, pink, red, orange and blue, with zari borders on the swinging sixties silhouettes ranging from coat dress, crop jackets to mini and pencil skirts.

For all the admirers of toned-down hues, there is a charming set of little black 60s dresses. Minimalist adornments are used.

 

Sr. No.(GARMENT )STUDENT NAMEMODEL NAME
1HEMANGI JOSHI & ERFANA SHAIKHRIDDHI SHAH
2KOMAL PUJAR &KIRAN LULLAANKITA
3PRANITA MESHRAM & ASHWINI PALIWARVARSHA
4SAPNA MUTTHASEISHA
5ANJALI S NMRUNAL
6AARTI BAKE  & NEELAM KOTURWARSNEHA GARUD
7KAJAL  & JYOYIMANASI
8ASHWINI BIRRU AND KUNAL CLAVEENA
9TEJASWINI DHAMALE & MANDEEPSANJANA
10PRATIKSHA RAKAMAYURI NANDANVAR
11TWINKLE THAKURKARISHMA
12KOMAL NAZARKAR & SAYALI RATHODGEETANJANLI

 

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Sequence 2 – Hippie Theme

Though the days of the 1970s counterculture have passed, fashion has seen a comeback in the hippie style that personified the free-spirited days of the ’70s. The collection celebrates an independent, carefree traveller who wants to live life on their terms. This collection is designed for women who do not like to be restricted, and who are ready to sail their ships. These women want to fly with their high dreams.

Dipped in the colours of Royal Rajasthan and embellished with artistic ‘Rabari’ embroidery, the collection is a combination of bright hues with marble effect. The collection uses an intricate mix of age-old craft with modern yet comfortable silhouettes.

From bohemian chic styles to classic hippie clothes such as dhoti pants, long dresses, crop tops, hot pants and A-line dress, hippie-style clothing can be made incredibly modern when worn just the right way and topped off with the right fashionable accessories.

Sr. No.(GARMENT )STUDENT NAMEMODEL NAME
1ANKITA JADHAV & RUTUJA TATEMAYURI NANDANVAR
2NAINA MOHNANIKARISHMA
3NIKITA AND INSHA ANSARISNEHA GARUD
4NIKITA NARANGMANASI
5DEVYANIMRUNAL
6PINAL JAINRIDDHI SHAH
7PRANOTI CHITNISLAVEENA
8MUNIRA SANDALWALA AND SALONI SAXENASEISHA
9SHRIYA BHIDE AND HARMEET KAURSANJANA
10SAYALIANKITA
11YOJANA JAINVARSHA
12PRACHI PARANJAPEPRATYANCHA

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Sequence 3 – Preppy Theme

Preppy look has a touch of adolescence yet sophisticated and not over frilly style more popular than ever peppered with feminine accessories. Its building block pieces are easy to mix and match, but what makes this look distinctive is the attention to details. It is a growing trend that is irresistible inspired by the American teenage television drama ‘Gossip Girl.’

The checks, stripes and Ikats of Uppada and Irkal silk saris from Andhra Pradesh remarkably rule the collection and are transformed into skinny, youthful, sexy outfits like miniskirts, jackets, shirts, skinny and hot pants. Headbands and scarves are also big, paired along with braiding and bow accessories, and clubbing the look with trendy sunglasses.

Sr. No.(GARMENT )STUDENT NAMEMODEL NAME
1AKANKSHA YADAVANKITA
2KRUPA TAMANKARMAYURI
3ASAWARI KULKARNIRIDDHI
4SAKSHI GORELAVINA
5MAGGY SHARMA AND ANJALI PARDESHIVAISHANAVI
6PRIYANKA BIRADARNEHA
7MANISHA  KAMBALE AND RAJESHREE SHINDEVARSHA
8MADHAVI TADEPALI AND NITHYAMRUNAL
9VAISHNAVI HATALKARSANJANA
10PRATIKSHAMANSI
11SUDHESHNA BAJPAIGITANJALI
12RAHUL NERALKAR AND DEEPAK AJBEVISHESH

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Sequence 4 – Morocco Theme

Moroccan fashion has become increasingly trendy in recent years. Moroccan collection includes gowns known as ‘djellabas, caftans, abayas and takchitas’ paired with cigarette pants, capris, palazzos, capes and jackets. They come in colours like off white, orange, wine, black and blue colour inspired from Moroccan paintings. These unique dresses are diverse in the materials they are made of and same holds true with their styles.

However, all of the different gowns reflect the North-west African traditional style of Moroccan garments. The collection is superbly teamed with gold accessories like headgears, belts that give a stunning appeal to the collection.

The collection is a fusion of the traditional outfits with western style. The contemporary styles are based on sophistication as well as authenticity paired with enchanting ‘Kashmiri Kashida’ embroidery giving Moroccan clothes chic and elegant appearance. Modern Moroccan clothes are in demand amongst a large number of people who prefer contemporary designs with an old world charm.

Sr. No.(GARMENT )STUDENT NAMEMODEL NAME
1MEGHA SARWANGEETANJALI
2SHIVANI MAGDUMRIDDHI SHAH
3APEKSHA SETHIYAMAYURI NANDANVAR
4KEENNARI CHORADIYASEISHA
5AKSHATA JAINVARSHA
6PAYAL HADAKEMANASI
7ASHWINI PATILSNEHA GARUD
8TEJASHREEANKITA
9SNEHA KHEDEKARSANJANA
10RUKSAR SHAIKHLAVEENA
11MAMTA VARMAPRATYANCHA

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Sequence 6 – Edwardian Theme

The Edwardian Era technically ran from 1901-1910, but it continued for a brief period even after that. We saw the look infused with romance in the era of Titanic as well.

The rich extravagance of the lifestyle which led to elaborate weddings and several traditions has been explored in the Edwardian silhouettes with exclusive ‘Zardozi, Gota, Chikenkari’ with badla work of Uttar Pradesh. Rich Banarasi brocades of dull gold and pastel colour schemes are used, while hats, gloves and embellished accessories add glam to the overall look.

Modern fashion has been touched by a little bit of history, corsets, jackets, long gowns, harem pants, and hobble skirts with exceptional craftsmanship, shows an adorable Edwardian inspiration which is dainty, light and feminine.  The luxuriousness and sleek elegance of the Titanic era are displayed, with the intentional embroidery with an emphasis on flowers & motifs inspired by nature and sultry fabrics used in the collection.

Sr. No.(GARMENT )STUDENT NAMEMODEL NAME
1SAMRUDHI KONDEKAR AND SHIVANI BAHULIKARLAVINA
2SUSHMITA KADAM AND AISHWARYA HONUNGARRIDDHI
3APURVA PAWARANKITA
4UTKRANTI NIBESAYALI
5SLESHA GUPTAVARSHA
6PREETI MISHRA AND AARZO MULTANISNEHA
7AKSHATA JADHAVGEETANJALI
8SHIRIN KHANKARISHMA
9PERVINDER KAUR AND SHEHAMANASI
10NUPUR GAVANDEMAYURI
11ABBA KULDEEPSANJANA
12RANA KHAN AND BUSHARA PATHANABHIJEET

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Sequence 7 – Persian Theme

Inspired by Persian architecture, the Shaikh Zayed Mosque located in Abu Dhabi, which is the key for worship, the collection line is exclusively designed for bridal wear. Lots of Persian motifs dominate the artwork in the line, which is based on warm Mughal colours with glittery embellishment sparked from the chandeliers and carvings that beautify the interior of the mosque.

There is extensive use of ivory gold, ‘Zardozi’ embroidery, ‘Swarovski’ stone cutwork, and the silhouettes have been treated with a chic Indian sensibility catering to a global audience. The clothes have been created using rich raw silks; and georgette and net exquisitely finished into ‘Lehenga-cholis, Anarkalis and Palazzos’ starting from ancient Sumerian period till modern Persian silhouette.

Sr. No.(GARMENT )STUDENT NAMEMODEL NAME
1RASHAMI SENGERGITANJALI
2RASHAMI SENGERANKITA
3RASHAMI SENGERSANJANA
4RASHAMI SENGERMAYURI NANDANVAR
5RASHAMI SENGERVARSHA
6RASHAMI SENGERMRUNAL
7RASHAMI SENGERSNEHA GARUD
8RASHAMI SENGERLAVEENA
9RASHAMI SENGERPRATYANCHA
10RASHAMI SENGERKARISHMA
11RASHAMI SENGERSEISHA
12RASHAMI SENGERABHYANG

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Sequence 8 – Egyptian Theme

The ancient Egypt still manages to inspire designers and stylists to create beautiful and charming clothes, accessories, bags, shoes, haircuts and makeups. The art of those times captures our imagination and all we want to be as beautiful as Queen Cleopatra.

The rich history of ancient Egyptian fashion has inspired designers to create a glamorous and chic collection that will make the person wearing it feel like a goddess. The detailed attention is given on the colourful palette of Gujarat embroideries filling the mysterious symbols of Egypt with shimmering mirror work perfect for evening wear. The mystery of Egypt is explored in particular black colour accented with gold trim and accessories.

Sr. No.(GARMENT )STUDENT NAMEMODEL NAME
1BHAGYASHREE SHARMA AND VANDANA VASNANISAYALI
2TRUPTIMAYURI NANDANVAR
3DIVYA THAKOREKARISHMA
4POOJA AND PRAGATINEHA
5SHIKHA DAUNDKARANKITA
6PRASHANSHA KEDARIVAISHNAVI
7RAJLAKMI YADAVLAVEENA
8NEHA DHANWANISNEHA GARUD
9RUBA SUBASTINMRUNAL
10SEEMA POTESWATI
11SAPNA AND POONAMPRATYANCHA
12EKTA AND POORNIMAMANASI

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