Chandigarh, June 1 (ANI): Final year students of a fashion-designing institute showcased their creation at a fashion show in Chandigarh.
'Anukama 2009', the annual fashion show organised by the NIIFT saw some of the top models sashaying down the ramp.
The show was high on creativity quotient as models sported around 44 collections in different hues of upcoming designers.
Models who have been part of 'Anukama' in the past believe that quality of the garments presented in the show has improved over the years.
"I have been doing this show for the past two years. I have seen the garment, the style, the tapering of the cloth, the structure of the cloth and textile. Everything has improved," said Twinkle, a model.
In their collections, the students displayed woollen blends, khadi, silk, cotton, and crochet work among others.
Amarprit Kaur, one of the budding designers, designed her clothes based on mosaic theme.
"I have designed a collection of sarees. My inspiration is in mosaic. I wanted to relate art with my collection that's why I take the theme mosaic. All my sarees are on digital printing," said Amarprit Kaur.
'Anukama' has become an important event in North India's fashion circuit. The show is renowned for its professional conduct and displays choreography of a high standard.
Fashion experts say that Punjab has emerged as an important fashion destination both in terms of market and talent. (ANI)