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FDDI, Noida bagged first prize in Fashion Show Competition

The students of Footwear Design & Development Institute (FDDI), Noida bagged the first prize during the a Fashion Show competition ‘Andaaz-e libas’ organized by GL Bajaj Institute of Management and Research (GLBIMR) located at Knowledge Park III, Greater Noida on 01st  December 2018.

The students of FDDI School of Fashion Design (FSFD) participated in the 'Fashion Show' and presented their collection on the theme ‘Game of Thrones’ - an American fantasy drama television series, which focuses on the imaginary Empire called Westeros.

The collection was developed portraying various characters of the series using primarily leather and faux fur. The leather was embellished using various techniques like riveting, hand padding, cut work and embroidery. A dramatic look was developed by incorporating accessories like hand cuffs, exaggerated collars, boots and belts. Each character was styled and makeup was done using stylized face art, inspired from the characters like John Snow, Petyr Baelish, Arya Stark to name a few.

Various colleges from Delhi/NCR participated in the competition which was adjudged by Mr. Rohit Gandotra, Senior Marketing Manager, 10times, an IndiaMart company.

In a cut throat competition, the students of FDDI, who were guided by their faculty members, bagged the 1st prize. The eye catching collections were appreciated by one and all present during the show and also received accolade from the entire media. 

The show was judged for different parameters- Choreography, Props, Ramp walk, Music, Creativity and the Garments. FDDI students scored the highest points for the differential music and stage presence.

The music, choreography, hairstyling, makeup and accessory designing were all done by the students of Fashion Design department, Bridge course and all the models were also from FDDI itself.

The scintillating fashion show offered the students a chance to showcase their creations and use this medium as a learning platform for their skill enhancement.