There is no better way to learn than by doing. As in fashion designing it is a good start and the ultimate goal for aspiring fashion designers where they can start their own line in business. For this reason with fashion designing courses alone, a fashion internship is one of the most valuable components of fashion designing which we tend to offer in our own institute queenz. Many workshops, events are held on large scale where what you design you can present to the audience in an exclusive way and here we offer you guidance and freedom to shape your goals and future in fashion industry. As fashion means “Make What you design”..
The recent fashion show which had taken part was eye captivating where our upcoming aspiring students have showcased their talent on bigger platform in ethnic collection and show was named as “iti-2017” as “iti” which means start in Sanskrit. The programme showcased 64 designs of 32 designers which gave an immense platform to students to present their designs. As it is a change from “Fiber to fashion.”
The vision of the show was graduating students are brought together through a variety of creative, inspiring, and professional designs Furthermore, the platform brought a challenging field to the community where a new look to our traditional textiles and handicrafts which will not only fetch but also gave an ethnic touch to the designs presented by the upcoming aspiring designers from our institute.
Kaleidoscope of Andhra Pradesh was the theme where we concentrated on all Andhra Pradesh traditional textiles which were executed by our students and make the brand label of queenz institute of fashion globally and locally. Aspiring designers even got a global platform to promote it.
The traditional textiles like Venkatagiri, Mmangalagiri, Dharamavaram, hand techniques like crochet of Narsapur and Kalmakari printings and handicrafts like Etikoppaka and Kondapalli toys as embellishments and trimmings were used. Through this theme we showcased the age of old textile and craft culture of Andhra Pradesh.
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