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Beaux Arts Vogue 2018

Situated in one of the bylanes of one of Pune city’s busiest and most visited locality – Deccan, INIFD Deccan – Premium Fashion and Interior Institute, tells us tales of fashion like no other fashion institute in the region does. Fashion in today’s times is not only about the know-how of stitching and pattern-making, it is far beyond that. INIFD Deccan as an organization aims at giving the students a fair chance at overall fashion-character development. The institute not only provides A+ grade education system but also focuses on practical knowledge, celebrity workshops and industry projects. One such event that plays a key role in preparing the young minds to enter the fashion design industry is the Annual fashion show.

Each year students study the forecast and create fashion runway collections that are commercially viable in India and abroad. This year, INIFD Deccan’s Annual Fashion Show theme is – “Beaux Arts Vogue”. This parent theme has several themes under it, and each theme has a collection to it. The several angles and lines, triangles, squares, and rectangles, are incredibly blended harmoniously, inspired by global architecture. This season, a voyage is given to the massive creations on earth by the man traveling through the past to the present, contouring and revitalizing each designer’s creative streak.
The various collections will encompass a perfect mix of elegant fashion with the chic sense of style that will evoke a naive modernism that is timeless.

The show will be choreographed by one the city’s best choreographer: Abhyangh Kuvalekar. He is an actor, known for Hou De Jarasa Ushir (2012), Aawahan (2015) and Vazandar: Biggie (2016). … Hou De Jarasa Ushir Shantanu Jahagirdar. … Vazandar: Biggie Obesity Clinic Doctor.HAIR & MAKE-UP SPONSORED BY Christine Valmy Beauty School Pune

The event will be judged by Femina Editor Ms. Corina Manuel, Star Designer Ashley Rebello and Ex editor of Citadel Magazine / Editor of Trophy magazine Vidhya Tiwari.

Super Models of India namely Candice Pinto, Archana Vadnerkar and Neha Deshpande (Mrs. India Worldwide 2017) are some of the models who will be adding glamour to the fashionable night by walking for the gala.

With this event, the catwalk is brought to the ramp, providing a spectacular fashion week experience, showcasing fall’s must-have trends. The young designers are influenced by an unlikely vision for their designing career to come.

The different themes this year are as follows :


The original building, known as Trinity Church and later Trinity Cathedral, contained eight side churches arranged around the ninth, central church of Intercession; the tenth church was erected in 1588 over the grave of venerated local saint Vasily (Basil) and was then called as St. Basil’s Cathedral located in Moscow. The building is shaped like a flame of a bonfire rising into the sky, a design that has no parallel in Russian architecture. The cathedral’s original color was said to be white, while the domes were gold. Later on, in the 17th century, the façade and domes began to be painted in the remarkable colors that are seen today.


Bohemianism is the practice of an unconventional lifestyle, often in the company of like-minded people and with few permanent ties. It involves musical, artistic, literary or spiritual pursuits. In this context, Bohemians may or may not be wanderers, adventurers, or vagabonds. Bohemian style often referred to as “boho” or “boho chic” is a style of dressing that was popularized during the 1960s and 1970s though it is possible to trace the roots back further. The essence of bohemian is focusing on free and flowy fabrics.


Dubai architecture is historically known to be the highest rise and unique in design and structure and we all know that you can’t reach such perfection without taking some risks. The era of Dubai has now come to shine as they show off some of the best architecture in the world. The designs showcase architectural creativity and modernity in its best way inspired by the very famous Burj-Al-Arab.


Rococo or “Late Baroque” is an early to late 18th-century French artistic movement and style, affecting many aspects of the arts including painting, sculpture, architecture, interior design, decoration, literature, music, and theatre. The collection is inspired by Rococo interiors; which represents the exuberance and opulence of this era. Drawing details within these interiors such as curvilinear, nature-inspired reliefs, gilded plating, and crystal chandeliers; fabrics are chosen to show intricate designs and as well as soft, rich, and muted colors.


In the 18th century, the Ndzundza Ndebele people of South Africa created their own tradition and style of house painting. Until the late 1900s, the Ndebele people were very fierce warriors and large landowners. The loss of the war further in life brought horrible punishments for the Ndebele. Through those hard times, expressive symbols were generated by the suffering people expressing their grief. These symbols were the beginning of the African art known as Ndebele house paintings. The Ndebele tribal prints and adornments have inspired the designers to create beautiful pieces of clothes and accessories.


Inspiration is from Nasir-ul-Mosque, built during the Qajar era from 1876 to 1888. By the order of Mirza Hasun Ali, it is known as “Mosque of colors”, “The rainbow mosque” or “Kaleidoscope mosque”. The mosque comes to life with the sunrise and colors dance through the day like whirling dervishes. The collection reveals the stunning colors with cutwork and mirror work with cording embroidery inspired by the stucco and mirror work on the walls and pillars of the mosque.


It is inspired by the Historic temple of Belur in Karnataka known for its elaborate stone carvings & sculptures. It is a testament to the amazing architecture of the Dravidians where the Apsaras and the “Madanikas” (lady statues) speak in a language of silent seduction which is evident in the idols and craftsmanship on the inside and on the walls of the temples. The collection is a magnificent mix of stylishly Indian yet bold ethnic wear with a glaze of the Belur temple theme.

VISARGHA: A pure Maharashtrian theme that encompasses the rich heritage of Maharashtra, this theme will glorify the Paithani look that will be remodeled and modernized to make it more urban for the customer of today’s era.

Looking forward to seeing you all there!


Date: 14th Jan 2018

Venue: The Westin Hotel, Koregaon Park, Pune

Time: 4:30 pm onwards

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“I always dreamt of being a fashion designer but wasn’t able to figure out where to start. However, choosing to enrol with INIFD Deccan has proved to be the best decision of my life. Today, I’m a successful designer, and INIFD Deccan has helped me realise my dreams. Thank you INIFD Deccan for the best fashion designing course ever!!”

Prachi Lodha

INIFD Deccan Pune Student

“Thank you, INIFD Deccan for the awesome contribution in helping me to become a professional fashion designer. The fashion designing course was amazing. I could not have done it even in my wildest dreams without the valuable teachings and priceless guidance of the talented faculties at the Academy. I would recommend it to all aspiring designers.”

Jeetandra Chelani

INIFD Deccan Pune Student

“I have no one to thank but the expert faculty of the Fashion Design department at INIFD Deccan for my stupendous success as a Fashion Designer. I got a golden opportunity to get familiar with workings of the fashion industry, and this has given me the winning edge. Thank you, INIFD Deccan for such a wonderful fashion designing course!”

Vaishnavi Rajput

INIFD Deccan Pune Student