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Graduate Fashion Show, GABA-2018

ARCH College of Design and Business organized its Graduate Fashion Show GABA-2018 on 18th May 2018.

With colors, products, technique and finish as their forte, the collection was an intelligent amalgamation of creativity and practicality.14 collections in Fashion and Jewelry were on display.

Designer Himmat Singh, Jewellery Designer Sonal Sawansukha, Fashion blogger Deviya Singh Choudhary, and RAS officer Alpa Choudary from Khadi Board were the special guests in this event.

The prominent works of students included Tales of Lost Reminiscences by Priyanshi Arora, A Tangled Tale by Aditi Bhargava, Ecliptic by Bidisha Das, Alan Karan by Nidhi Modi, Resurrecting the Old by Aishwarya Maru and Persian Romance by Shristee Chaturvedi. Jewelry collections on display were Gracious Yellow, Bling, Noor-E-Gehna and Mixed Carousel.

Tales of Lost Reminiscences, a collection by designer Priyanshi Arora inspired from the art of kintsugi, the art of repairing broken things using gold, which can be seen in the motifs.


While showing a deep understanding of the philosophical aspects of life, it is a challenging task to bring out these emotions in the garment to show a hidden agenda behind every incidence of life, for which more of pleats, gathers, cowls and tucks were taken in use throughout the collection named Ecliptic made by Bidisha Das.


Alankaran by Nidhi Modi was been inspired by Chhau dance, which originated in the Eastern states of India.


Two different art forms were combined by Srishtee Chaturvedi. Her collection Persian Romance was a depiction of two different art forms, fashion and jewellery, and was the outcome of her fascination towards art and metal.


Inspired from the carnival of Rio de Janeiro, the garments made by Simran Mehta played with feminine silhouettes with beautiful pleated dresses. It draped around the natural contour of the body. Embodied beaded work motif and detailing gave a crafted look to the ensemble.

Collection made by Sonam Gupta was inspired by the late night city life of New York. The collection had a look of trendy fall using night colors. The silhouettes used were fit for evening winter wear.

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Former Director, National Institute of Design (NID)

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