Noida: “Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening. In order to be irreplaceable, one must always be different. Dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman. It’s important for young women and men coming out of the fashion schools to think seriously before starting their own collections,” said Sandeep Marwah on the third day of President of 5th Global Fashion & Design Week Noida 2021.
The dignities were more than happy to see the collection on the ramp designed by young designers from AAFT School of Fashion and Design. H.E. Muhammed Cengic Ambassador of Bosnia and Herzegovina to India, H.E. Ung Sean Ambassador of Cambodia to India, H.E. Hayet Talbi Ambassador of Tunisia to India, and Chanrav Burenbayar Charge d’ Affaires of Embassy of Mongolia in India appreciated the show and motivated the upcoming designers. Arpana Agarwal founder Wonder Women Connect was also present there.
The fashion show started with the grand display of garments from the collection of designers like Asushi Jaiswal who projected his influence from Tunisia in the presence of H.E. Hayet Talbi Ambassador of Tunisia. The appreciation also came from the audience when Akshay Rai Ratan brought the range from country of Bosnia & Herzegovina in the presence of H.E. Muhammed Cengic Ambassador of Bosnia.
Rafat impressed the dignities with his creativity especially Chanrav Burenbayar Charge d’ Affaires of Mongolia present on the occasion. Shruti Rawat garments were marvelous and impressed H.E. Ung Sean Ambassador of Cambodia. Vikrant Singh United Kingdom, Yashika Tuteja presented collection from Guatemala, Dikshita Garg showcased his art of works from Nepal, Vasudha Yadav opted for Kazakhstan, Bushra preferred Bahamas, Mehak Bhatia & Rupashi Dutta worked on the garments influenced by Brazil and Sachin Sharma worked on the beautiful collection from Hungary.
The event was supported by International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry, WPDRF- World Peace Development and Research Foundation and IFTRC- International Film and Television Research Centre.