Istituto Marangoni's Student Showcase "Synchronicity" Left Us Awestruck
The acclaimed Italian Fashion and Design school, Istituto Marangoni, after completing three highly successful years of operation in India, hosted their first ever virtual fashion showcase “Synchronicity” on 30th November with their 2nd year students’ fashion collection on display.Speaking about the virtual showcase, Mr. Tarun Pandey, COO – Istituto Marangoni, Mumbai said, “This virtual event culminates a particularly challenging year where we had to adapt to the current situation by transferring our lessons online, which provided us with a new perspective on teaching and embracing new opportunities.We are really very proud of all the hard work that these young creatives have put into their collections and are very happy to see how well they were received.”
This showcase justified the excellent reputation enjoyed by the school in every sense and further fortified the distinctive elements that have marked its identity since the foundation; first of all, the enhancement and promotion of ‘Made in Italy’ values, combined with a strong international vocation, and expressed through an educational system of proven quality and effectiveness. This platform gave the students a real push and a taste of the pressures and hard work that go into the whole process of showcasing a fashion collection, right from the conceptualisation to the actual display.
For you to savour the beautiful work by all the talented 2nd year students at the institution, we bring to you some of our favourite collections from the night.
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Jivika Goyal showed her ‘Roku’ (Japanese for the number 60) collection is inspired from the philosophy of ‘Itai Doshin’ or ‘one in mind; many in body’, and illustrates how seemingly opposing concepts, like geometry and nature, can stem from the same roots.
Anushka Pillai’s collection – Manic – is inspired by the undulating mind and aims to bring together two opposing ideas, producing different episodes of outfits keeping in mind two opposite emotions. The inspiration is taken from pills and capsules that indicate healing, which also is one of the key elements of this collection.
Nikhil Kolhe showed his ‘Metamorphosis’ collection, which is inspired by the process of metamorphosis and change into more vibrant, bold and effeminate being; into a being that visually has minimal correlation to its previous form. However, it remains true and honest about the process.
Manshu Kumari showcased her collection, ‘Reminisce’, for which the idea came to her from the word ‘reminiscent’, which means to bring back memories. Her collection is based on memories where she was just a child and did not care about growing up.
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