Thesis show: 168 haute couture students display their work
PIFD Vice Chancellor Hina Tayyaba stated: I congratulate all the students for showing their thesis work effectively. These students have striven and I want them best of luck in their future.
I appreciate the terrific efforts made by the course organizers, professors and support personnel. I hope that these graduates, who are getting in the worldwide market with fresh ideas, will contribute in the development of our economy.
Tayyaba stated that PIFD had seven departments working under 4 faculties: Department of Fashion Design, Department of Fashion Marketing and Merchandising, Department of Textile Design, Department of Gems and Jewellery Design, Department of Furniture Design and Manufacture, Department of Leather Accessories and Footwear, and Department of Ceramic Design and Glassware.
The Department of Fashion Design had its 73 students develop a collection of 5 garments each based upon individual themes.
The Department of Fashion Marketing and Merchandising s 18 students participated in the program and the Department of Textile Design s 26 students provided their work.
An overall of 16 students of the Department of Furniture Design and Manufacture displayed the work.
The Department of Gems and Jewellery Design showcased a collection of 6 pieces by each of the 12 finishing students. The work has been handcrafted by students from the initial idea to final manufacture. The Department of Leather Accessories and Footwear presented the theses of 23 students, who made 5 items each.
At the end of the inaugural session, Vice Chancellor Tayyaba provided mementos to the chief visitors.