4th Global Fashion And Design Week Motivated Young Designers to Design for Inter

Posted by Sanjay Shah on December 24th, 2020

Noida: “Your first impression is created by what all you are wearing. It is not the cost of the product but how different you are from others and if the dress is looking good on you or not. The international designers create new designs keeping in mind the choice of large audience. We want Indian designers to have very broad prospective while finalising their piece of garment,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah President of 4th Global Fashion And Design Week Noida 2020.

“We have tried our best to bring in the colourful World on single platform through different dresses designed and prepared by the young designers. More than 60 countries have been selected to take inspiration from. Every garment is better than the other one. We all are passionate students of fashion and design,” said Ritu Lal Festival Director.

Designer Aastha Dubey took inspiration from the country of Comoros, Aditi Agarwal opted for Sudan, Aditi Jain finalised from Iceland, Akshay Kumar preferred Georgia, Archana Singh looked for clothes from South Africa, Arunav Bhardwaj loved Nigerian setup, Maya Singh and Ashok Chawla were impressed by Bulgarian dresses, Ayushi Johri watched for Malaysia outfit and Chandni Jain went out of way to cover China.

Young designer Deepti Kumari and Saumya Srivastava thought of Iraq whereas Konica Gupta designed for Kazakhstan, Neha Agarwal again opted African country Gambia and Niharika Singh and Swati Nair created dresses from Egypt, Prachi Khandelwal preferred Gabon, Pramarthi looked for Cyprus and designer Shoaib Hussain & Prerona Doley wanted to cover central Asia in Azerbaijan,

Designer Priyanshu Priya and Simran Bhardwaj covered Israel, Riya Varshney took inspiration from Mongolia, Senu Kumari wanted to learn from Guatemala, Shreya Jaiswal and Simran Kumari learned from Iran, Sneha Chhabra followed fashion from Germany, Sonam Rathore liked Afghanistan, Sugandh Kansal followed Rwanda, Suhail looked for Bahamas, Surabhi Gupta designed Brazilian dress, Tiji J Thomas got inspiration from Fiji and Vishal Jaiswal took time to understand the fashion from Maldives.

The event was supported by WPDRF-World Peace Development And Research Foundation, Designed by AAFT School of Fashion And Design and Presented by ICMEI-International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry with an idea to bring Love, Peace and Unity through Art and Culture.

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