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Gandhinagar NID goes International : Students got selected in Finals of International Competition of World of Wearable Art
Gandhinagar NID goes International : Students got selected in Finals of International Competition of World of Wearable Art

Gandhinagar NID goes International

Gandhinagar NID goes International – NID Students got selected in an International Competition

India tends to see its artists and designers as visionaries, rebels, outsiders, and eccentrics so as Gujarat. These longstanding stereotypes have become mainstays of popular culture––perhaps because they are so tempting and popular. On the same path NID Gandhinagar also is emerging along with their prodigious designers and artists. Recently postgraduate students of  National Institute of Design  Gandhinagar (NID) have been selected for the World of Wearable Art (WOW) finals to be held in New Zealand in September for their Costumes designs. The student-designed garments have been selected under the Weta Workshop Costume and Film Section.

Varsha Devjani, Gaurav Tathode and Swati Kujur belong to one of the NID teams, while Vinay Kumar and Hena Parveen belong to the second team. Kumar, Tathode and Kujur are pursuing their postgraduate diploma in lifestyle accessory design. Devjani and Parveen are in the final year of apparel designing and merchandising.

 

NID Gandhinagar Students got selected for International Competition World of Wearable Art Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India.
NID Gandhinagar Students got selected for International Competition World of Wearable Art

 

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PG Student @ NID- Gandhinagar.

(National Institute of Design)

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