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January 2020

The design spectrum is witnessing a parallel and unique evolution. The combination of Biotechnology and Artificial Intelligence is taking design to a new phase. Dutch Designer, Joris Laarman, is part of a wave of new age designers who combines Naturalistic and Futuristic ideas in his designs. The emphasis is on experimentation and the use of physics and biology as an inspiration for the designs.

In recent times, the interest in natural dyes has grown due to toxic and allergic reactions associated with synthetic dyes. Natural dyes obtained from flowers, plants, shrubs etc. are earth-friendly and are biodegradable resources. These dyes produce colours that are difficult to be obtained from their synthetic counterparts. The article concentrates on natural dyeing with an emphasis on Floral dyeing, a sustainable method

The students of Diploma in Interior Design June 2019 Batch of JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Bangalore presented a display on the Design Process module. The students were instructed to create a miniature plan for their brand in a location of their choice. Based on the brief the students created a compelling interior design display keeping the aesthetics of the location in mind. The

An Educational Survey and Site visit at Hettich Studio On 16th December,2019, 21 students of Diploma in Interior Designing, JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Bangalore were taken on a site visit to one of the world’s leading manufacturers of furniture fittings, The Hettich Group. The aim of this site visit was to have an educational survey for our students to understand the hardware systems

Students of Diploma in Fashion Design June 2019 batch presented a display of manipulated garments based on basic forms as part of their Pattern Drafting module on 10th January 2020. Pattern drafting forms a template from which parts of a garment are traced onto fabric before being cut and assembled. It is one of the most important parts of garment creation. However, drafting in

As part of the Fashion Styling module, the students of Post Graduate Diploma in Fashion Communication 2018 batch presented a unique live mannequin styling display, a one of a kind attempt in the institute. Fashion styling is a medium used to create a customized style for individuals, artists, fashion houses and clothing brands. Rather than attempting a styling shoot, the students experimented by styling

Post Graduate Diploma in Fashion Communication students of the 2019 batch put up a display on Visual Merchandising at JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Bangalore on 10th January 2020 at the Brigade Road Campus. Visual Merchandising is the art of making use of visual techniques inorder to increase sales and is known as a powerful marketing strategy. It involves various elements like lighting, use

Branding is the personalising of products to ensure a balance between various economic values. In order to sustain in the market, it is important for the creation of a brand image. Originally referred to a piece of burning wood, it later came to be known as mark to be cast on cattle with a hot rod to place ownership. Over time branding has

JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Bangalore organized a store visit for the students of Post Graduate Diploma in Fashion Communication 2019 batch to understand the various aspects of effective visual merchandising. The students visited three different stores at Cunningham Road, namely - The Coveted, Caravan and Hybiscus. The idea of Visual Merchandising is to create an appealing layout of the merchandise alongwith key elements