FASHION SHOW FOR EXCHANGE OF NEPALI & JAPANESE DESIGNS
A Fashion Show titled "Gratitude and Hope" was held at the college on February 03, 2018 that aimed to promote designs using Nepali fabrics and to facilitate exchange of Nepalese/Japanese design concepts.
The show was conceptualized by noted Japanese designer, Ms. Aya Domon and was supported by NCFT, Karuna Natural Wears and Juju Wears.
Three fashion sequences were showcased to an audience comprising of the college’s students, graduates, staff, faculty and members of the Advisory Board and guests from Nepali and Japanese fashion industry.
Graduating designers of NCFT, Rajendra Rai, Sanu Namaya and Sarika Rai showcased their designs on Japanese fabrics that were gifted to the college by Ms. Yoko Asai (President) and Mr. Manabu Asai (Principal) of Hokkaido Dress Maker College, Japan. Additionally, Pashmina designs developed by students of Pashmina Fashion Design and Technology course run by NCFT under Pashmina Enhancement and Trade Support (PETS) project was also presented during the same sequence which was choreographed by Rajendra Rai and Sanu Namaya.
The designs and products of Karuna Natural Wears and Juju Wears that included a wide range of jackets, coats, hoodies, shirts, skirts etcetera were also shown in a sequence which was choreographed by Ms. Nuzhat Qazi, Chief Designer of Karuna Natural Wears.
Ms. Aya Domon, who is well known for using local Nepali fabrics and materials in her designs showcased her collection during the main sequence which included unicolored one-piece skirts, tops, jacket, trouser, etcetera layered with patterned robes. The sequence was choreographed by Ms. Domon herself.
All models for the show were students of the college.