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Fashionova 2017: The show of youngsters

Written by Tabish Alam

A spectacular show of fabulous collection of outfits at the Fashionova 2017 by the Students of Nift Patna at S K Memorial Hall, Patna.

The show started with a tribute to Bihar Khadi wear. The main focus of the show was Khadi fusion attire. It was directed by Achla Sachdev and featured india’s finest models and supermodels on the ramp, Few of them were Deepti Gujral, Candice Pinto and Iris Maity.  The curtain raiser was spectacle by Shruti Ghosh on Azaan. The theme of her collection was inspired by prayer. The prayer satisfies our souls and brings us peace and so was her collection, magnificent and sober.

The other collections of the evening were ‘Delete’ by Sania Subraniyal, Limitless Hallucination by Sumit Kumar, Lest we forget by Shomby Goswani, Forgotten Chapter by Akriti Singh, Rough Page by Ayush Verma, Kasturi by Ankita and The Urban Warrior by Ghania Bakhsh.

Today’s young men lives revolves around bike. The bike enthusiastic presents a healthy attitude towards life and that was the theme of Arvind Kumar through The Swivel Squard.

The limitless boundaries of time and distance were showcased by Ashima Sharma on Love Story of 31stDecemeber and 1st January .

Our thoughts are like a flooded river, always overflowing with numerous ideas and plans, making this as the theme of her collection, the designer Tamana presented her piece of work on The Boisterous Cacaphony.

Our lives revolve around our parents, we live on their terms and conditions, but the boundaries of restrictions becomes a cage. In amidst of all these boundaries we forgot the unbiased and true love of our parents. Making this as the theme of her work the designer Rakhi Kumari came forward with Love in Cage.

In today’s generation, everyone makes their own choices, living life on their own terms with full new need of urbanity exploding was the theme of Aditya Kumar by Cyborg.

Burning in positive flames and building an atmosphere of positivity inside us makes the theme of Shabnam Runda on Burnt Beauty.

The most inspiring part of the evening was the Dristi by Sonu Sourav. Unfollowing the conventional theme of ramp work, here the blind models walk the ramp with confidence.



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