- published: 25 Feb 2015
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Mount Carmel College is known for its students who have a great sense of fashion. The fashion show held today of course had the expected element. Beautiful women scorched the ramp in stunning clothes. But today was not about these stunning models. Today Fashionista show was about the final year fashion design students who showcased their first ever collection. Well it certainly was a spectacular showcase of these young ladies’ creativity. There was a variety of themes the budding designers chose. Madhubala chose the theme of Islamic Ajrakh, inspired by traditional Islamic art from the 7th century onwards. Maryam chose Octoprism, inspired from the octopus and the vibrant colors of the rainbow. And the clothes weren’t limited to just ladies. One designer focused her entire collection aroun...
Mount Carmel College on Palace Road in Vasanthnagar is synonymous with fashion shows and college fests. The annual fashion show, one of the most popular shows on the city’s college circuit, was held in the College premises. For more news and updates, visit us at: http://www.youtube.com/user/news9tv https://www.facebook.com/news9live https://twitter.com/NEWS9TWEETS
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This video, narrated by co-curator Nancy MacDonell, is a walk through of The Museum at FIT exhibition The Women of Harper’s Bazaar, 1936–1958 (on view March 1 – April 2, 2016). The exhibition explored the dynamic collaboration among Harper’s Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow, fashion editor Diana Vreeland, and photographer Louise Dahl-Wolfe through original photographs, magazines, and garments from MFIT's collection. In their second year of study, students from the Fashion and Textile Studies MA program at FIT work in collaboration with The Museum at FIT to create and install an exhibition. The class handles every aspect of the process from concept to completion, including research, design, publications, and related events. This mini-tour was organized by Becca Love in collabo...
This is just a glimpse of what the fashion team of MCC has in store for y'all! So, be there at Cul-Ah for more! ;) Go to the Cul-Ah! Facebook page to find out more about the events and come for Cul-Ah on 29th, 30th and 31st Jan at Mount Carmel College! See you there! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cul-Ah... Instagram: mccstudentunion Snapchat: culah Twitter: @culah2015
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The sixth edition of the Metrolife Fashion Show was held at Dayananda Sagar Institutions on Saturday. Ten colleges took part in it and let their imagination run riot around the theme - ‘Life in a metro’. Mount Carmel College came first with a simple yet distinct collection of formals in shades of grey, white and cream. Their models walked with books balanced on their heads to show how mechanical the urban life had become.