Fashion designer students will present a special Handlooms collection made of waste products.
Visakhapatnam: Fashion Design Students based in the city will find a special handlooms collection of waste made to raise awareness of cleanliness designers show to be held on 25 February in the convocation hall of the Andhra University. The “iti-2K17” exhibition organized by Queenz Institute of Fashion will feature paintings and handicrafts Andhra and provide a platform adapted to fashion design students to showcase their conceptual and creative abilities to the public.
Visakhapatnam has emerged as one of the smartest cities and cleaner India. We projeterons how our city has bounced back in Hudhud wear impractical. We also honored our authorities Visakhapatnam GVMC through our collections that keep our clean and smart city, informed students. organizers said that the main mission of the show is to revive the current appearance of craftsmanship and hand paintings as Chir-ala, Venkatagiri , Manga-lagiri and Dharmavaram. We tried to give a new look to our traditional textiles and crafts that will not only seek domestic and international markets, but also raise the handloom industry decline. This show will bring a new air of design and growth to the hand weavers Andhra, informed the organizer.
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Queenz Institute of Fashion Management each year declared graduate students of different courses and submit their portfolio to graduation. In this process of portfolio presentation, they draw dresses to show their design abilities through this show. This show will focus on all conventional textiles such as Andhra Pradesh Venkatagiri hand techniques, Mangalagiri and Dharmavaram, such as hook and Narsapur Kalamkari, artisanal objects like toys and Etikoppaka Kondapalli as embellishments and trims and Highlighting the secular textiles and crafts of Andhra Pradesh. The organizers said it will be a unique platform for presenting projects.