Graduation celebrated in a creative and grand way


May 19, Kathmandu
Photo courtesy: Namuna College of Fashion Technology

Graduating students of Namuna College of Fashion Technology exhibited 16 creative designs inspired from birds like Himalayan Munal, Indian flying fox bat, Lady Amherst’s Pheasant and flowers like Coleman’s Corat Root Orchid, White Bat flower and many others, as part of the celebration of the 13th graduation ceremony of the college at Hyatt Regency, Kathmandu, on May 19.

The event named as ‘Sera Di Stilista’ also featured four other sequences which exhibited various kinds of attires. The Inheritance deviation sequence came with the inspiration of Newari traditional fabric Haku Patashi while the sequence titled ‘Chromatic Titles’ had clothes presented using color-blocking technique.

Similarly, the round titled ‘Razzle Dazzle’ had dazzling floor-length gowns, embellished coats and blazers with gold and glitter touch. The ‘Dress Transformation Round’ was another highlight of the show where dresses transformed from one style to the other were displayed.

“The storytelling of a fashion designer has always been mesmerizing, and when it comes to creative and innovative designs, more the surprises come into the action,” states the press release.

The runway sequences were choreographed by Rojin Shakya.

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