JD ANNUAL DESIGN AWARDS – UNTOLD STORIES – SUSHMITA NEGI – INSPIRED BY GANDHI

The collection owes its originality to an artist named Gandhi with work experience of ten years.

JD ANNUAL DESIGN AWARDS – UNTOLD STORY – ANISHA MEHTA, VARSHA SEKHANI, ADITI BHATIA,  JYOTHI HIREMATH – INSPIRED BY ROBERT GEESINK

Have you ever thought how it would be to visit an unknown land, be swayed by its beauty and then live there forever? Robert Geesink, born and raised in the bustling city of Amsterdam left his job and

Trend Play: An interactive installation by JD Institute Bangalore at Bangalore Fashion Week S/S  2016

Trend Play: An interactive installation by JD Institute Bangalore at Bangalore Fashion Week S/S 2016

JD Annual Design Awards 2016 – Untold Story – Sonal. M Jain – Inspired by artisan Pallavi

The inspiration adopted by the designer is Aquatint Printmaking which is done from the zinc plate method called Etching by heating the zinc plate. The prints can be customized by sketching on the zinc

JD ANNUAL DESIGN AWARDS – UNTOLD STORY – RESHMI NAIR – INSPIRED BY SUSHLL PATWA

An artisan from North-West India, Rajasthan named Sushll Patwa travelled all the way to South to showcase his talent in the art of Macrame work also known as Patwa. Patwa is knotting of threads of dif

JD Annual Design Awards 2016 – Untold Story – Mansi Saraf – Inspired by Haider

The collection is inspired by the handloom sector of fabrics from the oldest city of India – Varanasi, to let people know of its existence , beauty and importance. The artist named Haider makes his co

JD ANNUAL DESIGN AWARDS – UNTOLD STORY –  DHARINI – INSPIRED BY MUKAISH BADLA

The designer Dharini has highlighted the essence of Indian embroidery, as her collection revolves around a rare type of embroidery usually found in the city of Lucknow completely justifying ‘Make In I

Art : Typography by  Nagaprasad

Art : Typography by Nagaprasad

JD ANNUAL DESIGN AWARDS – UNTOLD STORY – HARSHITHA REDDY – INSPIRED BY MORE MANISHA CHABULA

Kononeos Kkeobjil is a collection inspired by an artisan named More Manisha Chabula. The artisan started his work at home in 2011 for his basic earning. Later he expanded as a small industry and now


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