Tihar Jail, in collaboration with the design institute Pearl Academy, has started the endeavour to teach fashion designing to its inmates in the women prison. The initiative is an attempt by the Tihar Jail to be a reformation centre, rather than just an ... Money Today, 2 weeks ago
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Pearl Academy, an institute for fashion, design and creative business entered into a partnership with Khadi India, as the students performed at the Khadi tableau which was a part of the 68th Republic Day celebrations in Delhi on Thursday.The students of Pearl ...Business Standard, 1 month ago Fashion academy students participate in Khadi India tableau Prokerala, 1 month ago
These young guns will introduce fresh designs into Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2017. Their world is about to be turned around -- these three designers are all set to make their fashion debut in front of the Who's who of the fashion industry. For those who didn't know, the GenNext programme at Lakme Fashion Week has been responsible for introducing some top Indian designers including Nachiket Barve, Masaba Gupta and Rahul Mishra. Among this year's batch ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
Two young dhaakad designers tell us why they want to dress up the First Lady of Bollywood. Resham Karmchandani and Sanya Suri -- both graduates from The Pearl Academy, New Delhi and co-founders of The Pot Plant -- made their debut as GenNext designers at the Lakme Fashion Week Summer/Resort 2017. "We haven't slept for two weeks as it has been so crazy preparing for the eight outfits for our show," says Sanya. Their aim is simple: To reduce fashion waste. Sounds like such a tall task, ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
One of India's best-dressed designers Gaurav Khanijo reveals his ultimate dream. Is NaMo listening? Gaurav Khanijo once designed women's wear. But apart from dressing women, designers need to themselves dress sharply. When Khanijo would go out looking he couldn't find clothes for himself. So he started designing for men. New Delhi-based, Khanijo was among the six designers who showcased at Lakme's GenNext last season. His minimalist designs and strong cuts have made him a favourite among ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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