Through this collaboration, Pearl Academy will provide students with an opportunity to interact directly with leading designers in India for a more immersive experience in the high-tech fashion industry.
Pearl Academy has strengthened its collaboration with the Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI), India’s apex body of fashion designers. The goal of the collaboration is to provide students with an enhanced learning experience through multiple programs and art events over the next few months. The event was held at Pearl Academy Delhi South Campus. During the function, FDCI Chairman Sunil Sethi, Aditi Srivastava President Pearl Academy, Sharad Mehra, Chairman, Creative Arts Education Society and FDCI Board of Governors Payal Jain, Nitin Bal Chauhan, Anjana Varghese, Pars Bairof. Anju Modi, the original designer from India, teamed up to address the students and educate them about the new developments in the fashion industry.
The enhanced partnership with FDCI will ensure the right set of skills that students need to nurture and develop as designers of the future. Advanced learning experiences include:
- Fashion Week – For the past six years, Pearl Academy graduates will continue to showcase their best creations at FDCI x LFW Fashion Week.
- Establish a designer club with leading members of the fashion fraternity under which designers will advise and inspire a team of Pearl Academy students. The event will be held across the Pearl Academy campus, providing a platform for students to receive advice and counsel from industry experts on various aspects of the fashion industry.
- Idea Generator will be an event hosted by FDCI with fashion experts (designers, editors and stylists) where Pearl Academy students will participate in exploring new fashion ideas and future fashion trends.
- Brand Moods will be a live and interactive web series where senior designers will talk to Pearl Students about their journey from labels to successful brands.