JD Institute of Fashion Technology Bangalore to gauge the students’ learning, gives them a chance to exhibit their design works. The exhibit of Mega display Day 2 was based on the theme of carnival that filled us all with enthusiasm and fun.
JD Institute of Fashion Technology Bangalore is a prestigious university with a legacy of 33 long years, catering to the field of Design and inspiring generations to pursue the field of their interest. The Design industry is in a constant strive to pace up with the current technological development. In order to meet these requirements, JD Institute Bangalore allows the students from Fashion Design, Interior Design, Jewelry Design and more to exhibit their design sensibility and represent their learning in the best way possible.
A constant evaluation of the students and the knowledge they are grasping from their mentors are some factors that fuels an institute. JD keeps it as its core value where students get the chance to venture into the various aspects of the industry and bring out something unique from their learnings. Mega Display which was organized by the BSc in Fashion and Apparel Design Batch 2019 helped all of us look through the work of our future designers.
The Day two of Mega Display bathed with the theme of carnival. Named as Carnivana, the day of 2 of display was all about bringing the elements from a fair and playing with the colors, the fun and frolic part of the festival to enhance the design perspective, along with giving the same experience to the visitors.
To keep the vibe of a real time festival, jediiians have installed a ticketing booth from where the visitors were able to get a small ticket for their visit. To document it appropriately, as one entered the space, music and hustle bustle filled up the ears along with the students’ work put up in the form of stalls. Taking a walk through the space, visitors were able to witness the hard work and determination that is required to pursue the course of Fashion Design. As we witnessed the entire first year work of the students hanging in aesthetic ways in the exhibit; giving an overview of their talent on paper, their design work in the form of dresses were also presented, all in sync with the carnival appeal. Vibing with their theme, jediiians in order to create their garments went with jovial prints and structures that encapsulates the time of a fun fair. As some aspiring fashion designers went ahead with disney prints on their clothes, some opted for nursery prints for adult dresses to channelise the inner child inside each one of. Our designers are not just creative but responsible too who understand the urgency of saving nature through various channels. They reused and repurposed the old fabrics to create their designs and amazed us with their vision.
The exhibit was not only about the fun show of the jediiians but also showcased their interactiveness in explaining their vision. They gave the walkthrough of their idea in giving a shape to their dresses and amazed us with little highlights that became the show stealer. Moreover, with elegance and poise, the aspirants also quenched the queries of the faculty and staff members regarding their approach and learning.
As happy as the visitors, so were the students with a huge footfall and appreciation for pulling up a grand show in a week and exhibiting their entire year’s work through such a platform. They not only organized a day for their work but also entertained and connected with their visitors, explaining to them patiently their creative and unique ideas.
The Design Industry has recently witnessed many new developments and is no longer overlooked as a field curated out of hobby. Inside the workspace, there are designated roles for the designers and are no longer called as a hobbyist or artist who is serving the domain just till he/she finds an actual job. To bring such a paradigm shift in the thought process of students, educational centers like JD Institute of Fashion Technology Bangalore have played a significant role. It inculcated their students with necessary knowledge and industrial exposure to pursue a career out of their learning and establish a space in the design domain.
In doing so, JD created an ecosystem for the designers where learning through market exposure and industry expertise is a daily thing along with the connection of the right kind. Through the exhibit that the students put up, we received a glimpse of quality education that the institute provides to each of its students and encourages them to indulge in exhibits and shows to carve a pathway for their talent in the industry.