Memorable evening for KIFT students

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IMPRESSIVE SHOW: Local models displaying creations designed by students of KIFT in Karimnagar town. Photo: R. Raju
IMPRESSIVE SHOW: Local models displaying creations designed by students of KIFT in Karimnagar town. Photo: R. Raju

Staff Reporter

Organise fashion show for the first time in Karimnagar town

  • First batch students of KIFT display creations at Design Paradigm-06
  • Local college students turn models and walk the ramp at the fashion show
  • Exhibition conducted by the students of KIFT also draws big crowd

    KARIMNAGAR: It was a memorable evening for the locals of Karimnagar town on Sunday. The occasion was Design Paradigm-06 a fashion show organised by the first batch of students of Karimnagar institute of fashion technology (KIFT).

    The mood was enlivened at the KES Gardens, venue for the fashion show, as pretty models sashayed down the ramp to the beats of pulsating music displaying creations designed by the KIFT students.

    The occasion was all the more special because it was for the first time in the history of Karimnagar district that a fashion show was being organised.

    And for this all-women programme, the chief guests were all women too.

    Laxmi, Collector M. V. Satyanarayana's wife, Shailja Singh, Superintendent of Police D. S. Chouhan's wife, N. Rukmani Devi, special judicial magistrate, Rama Devi, gynaecologist and K. Ramani, fashion designer. NIFT coordinator Razia Anwar Virani coordinated the programme.

    Unlike other fashion shows, the models here were all college students of Karimnagar. They fashion show was choreographed by local dancer Ramakrishna.

    The students exhibited their designer stuff raging from mini skirts, fish flair skirts, butterfly skirts, bridal and groom wear, sharara, ghagra, designer and fabric painted sarees and Punjabi suits etc.

    Besides, students of the local Blue Men Dance Academy entertained the audience to the rhythmic beats of popular Telugu, Hindi and English songs during the break. The exhibition conducted by the students was also a big draw. The students displayed paintings, flower makings, wax artefacts etc at the exhibition.

    Best model

    After the two-hour colourful extravaganza, the judges named Aruna, a local college student, best model, while Latha and Arshi of KIFT were named best designers. Prizes and certificates were also distributed to the winners.

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