Fashion design – Bangalore Fashion Week
Over the years, Bangalore Fashion design Week has become one of the prominent fashion events in the country. At the 20th edition of the event, a special themed show caught the attention of the participants. It featured designs that highlighted social issues, be it the courage shown by the LGBTQ community or how the city has been affected by chemical waste. Students from LISAA School of Design, won accolades at the event. Each day, students showcased a range of outfits, with a total of 112 garments exhibited at the event.
Speaking about his designs, N Dharshan Chandra, an ex–student of LISAA School of Design said, “My collection was inspired by the uprising of the LGBTQ community. The collection is playful, bold and confident: a perfect mix of street style, queer and seductive fashion.”
Amrutha Varshini, another student, said, “My designs on chemical hazards put an emphasis on sustainability and preserving our environment from harmful chemicals. The designs capture smokey structures, straight cut looks, exaggerated sleeves, color blocking and stripes. On the other hand, Tanvi Verma’s collection focused on hand-done patchwork. “The inspiration behind my collection is traditional. It tries to move patchwork in a new direction through emotions and thoughts.”LISAA School of Design showcases its collection at Bangalore Fashion Week Summer Online 2019. Further, the collection shows the use of elements like ruffles and tassels. Moreover, one designer used recycled denim for his collection. Take a look.
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