Hustle and Bustle at 5th Global Fashion and Design Week Noida 2021

Noida: “It is always sounds impossible until it is done, and we did it. 700 Garments, 200 Designers, 52 countries, 90 rounds, 8 Fashion shows, 45 furniture pieces, and all in three days at Marwah Studios in association with AAFT School of Fashion and Design, 5th Global Fashion and Design Week has been declared as one of the most well-established festivals in the country,” said Sandeep Marwah President of International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry on the third and final day of the festival.

“To all the young designers please note that your range of garments must be exclusive, different, creative but also reasonable. That is what will make you survive for larger number of years in this competitive market. What all you have presented is out of the box and is as good as presentation by any international experienced designer,” added Sandeep Marwah.

The show started with great excitement with the range provided by Divya Mudgal and her collection was influenced by the colors of flora and fauna from Uzbekistan, Shivani Bajaj & Manish Kumar displayed very impressive collection from Cyprus, Alka played her cards influenced by Guatemala, Chhavi Gupta collected was from Hungary, Mahak Asif preferred from South Africa, Poonam opted for Bahamas, Kiran Vishwakerma designed keeping China in mind, Manish Bhatiya garments were part of Russia, Deepika showcased from Israel and all the Diploma Students projected their garments from India,

Renowned beautician Upasana Arora, Director Indian Skills Development Council J.P. Singh, TV Presenter and model Sharad Kohli Cultural attaché of Embassy of Kyrgyzstan Aigerim Zhakypbekova, also spoke on the occasion. A well designed dairy of Krati Jain was released by the dignities. The event was conducted by Avernita Srivastava and Prof. Ritu Lal Director AAFT School of Fashion and Design proposed vote of thanks. The event was supported by World Peace Development and Research Foundation, International Film and Television Club, International Film and Television Research Centre and Asian Unity Alliance