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INIFD has made a fresh benchmark by being the only student organization from India to showcase at the New York Fashion Week (NYFW) at Pier59. 60 different looks (Garments) were presented recently. NYFW was in full commence at The Chelsea Piers. At Pier 59, Manhattan INIFD (International Institute of Fashion Design) & LST (London School of Trends) joined forces to create the Vibrant India FW18 Show. The two fashion institutions best designers were led by celebrity stylist James R. Sanders to create the line. The show had a plethora of models both men and women representing the spread. INIFD Mentor James R. Sanders is a fashion editor and celebrity stylist based in New York. His work regularly appears in Vogue Italy, L’Officiel, Glamour SA, GQ Style & Huffington Post. He’s styled celebrities like Ki Hong Lee & LHHNY’s Mariah.

“I’m incredibly proud of the students. Not only are they talented, but they are driven fashion people who are certain to take the industry by storm,” said Sanders.

Vibrant India speaks to the movement, weaves, draping, and all that is unique about Indian textiles. It’s vibrant colors with rich deep hues and fabrics that are one-of-a-kind due largely to the craftsmanship that makes India a powerhouse source for fashion and goods.

It was a unique opportunity for students to present their collection at Pier 59 the most premiere location for fashion production and presentations. A grand celebration for this success at NYFW was organized with students and faculties where Kamla Poddar & Abhishek Poddar felicitated the student designers.

“Guns and Roses” was the theme of the celebration. Guns, the smartly dressed macho boys and Roses the delicately dressed beautiful girls had expressed their joy and ecstasy on this grand evening.

Kamla Poddar Chairperson of Kamla Poddar Institutes expressed her joy and blessed all the students for their success at” New York fashion week in New York. Abhishek Poddar, Director KPG, expressed his warm wishes to the success of students and advised other students to draw inspiration from these designs.

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