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April 2020

The suddenness of the Coronavirus pandemic has posed a challenge to the way businesses function and the financial strain it has posed. This also includes both the fashion industry and the consumer. The trends post the lockdown will observe a long lasting transformation in the industry based on the gaps observed during this period. The challenge posed for the fashion industry is to prepare

JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Cochin organised an industrial visit for students from the Fashion Design and Interior Design on 13th December 2019 to Extraweave Pvt. Ltd., Central Coir Research Institute, and Komalapuram Spinning and Weaving Mill. The first visit commenced at Extraweave Pvt. Ltd., which turns out flat-woven rugs, carpeting and handloom products. On their arrival students were greeted by the personnel of

The spread of Corona Virus (COVID-19) has hit businesses after the government declared lockdown in countries all over world. Just like other businesses, design businesses too have taken a hit in this time of crisis. Though major design brands have jumped into action to produce and donate supplies that are currently in demand, there are businesses that have found ways to work and

The ongoing coronavirus pandemic identified in December 2019 in Wuhan changed the way I look at things now. With people losing lives every day and scarcity of food being the main concerns, thinking about the design industry and its uncertain future isn’t a priority. But I believe that designers can play a very important role in cutting through the noise of this crisis. We

“You don’t take a photograph, you make it” ------- By Ansel Adams The 3 months Diploma in Fashion Photography course offered by JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Cochin is rigorous. It entails a methodical approach to help students transform into industry ready professionals at the end of the course. The students are guided on their photographic sojourn by an experienced photography faculty who comes with