Twenty two students from LPU’s School of Fashion Design are going to participate in three-day Delhi Times Fashion Week 2023 (DTFW), commencing on 26th May at The Grand in New Delhi. One of the oldest and most prestigious events in the fashion industry, here top designers from India and abroad will showcase their latest creations. LPU students are specifically invited to showcase their sustainable designs at the event.
While wishing the best of showcasing to the hard-working fashion students; LPU Chancellor Dr Ashok Kumar Mittal shared: “We all at LPU are proud that our fashion designers will present their self-created ensembles in Delhi along with other top designers from across the country and globe. Our fashion students are consistently provided with renowned platforms, like DTFW, where they get hands-on experience and global exposure. This all is brought to them through spectacular fashion events like this or by working alongside top celebrities, and nationally and internationally reputed fashion designers.”
LPU students are participating in this prestigious Delhi Times Fashion Week for the third time this year. Later on, they will also participate in Chandigarh Times Fashion Week for a full show in September 2023, for the first time.
In fact, LPU has one of the best fashion design schools that nurture the most creative students from across India and abroad. LPU also works closely with renowned fashion houses and institutions including those in Italy, France, Greece, Spain and other fashion-dominating countries.
In addition, several industry linkages of LPU facilitate on campus placements to make students start their career in challenging positions with leading national and international companies. Fashion students are placed in fortune 500 companies at packages of many lakhs.
Every year, LPU also celebrates its annual graduating fashion show at the campus itself, where a good number of fashion queens from different countries, including German Supermodel Claudia Ceisla, have walked on the LPU ramp along with LPU students, wearing students’ creations exclusively. Nothing else can be more motivating than this to a novice designer.