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D’Royal Studio of Royal School of Fashion and Technology inaugurated in Guwahati

D’Royal Studio of Royal School of Fashion and Technology inaugurated in Guwahati

India Blooms News Service | 08 Jul 2017, 04:21 am
Guwahati, July 7 (IBNS): Imam A Siddique of Big Boss-6 fame, the notable Indian fashion stylist and TV personality inaugurated the D’Royal Studio of Royal School of Fashion and Technology at Royal Global University on Friday.

Mehzabin Ershad, Medha Saikia, Meghali Das and DilipBarooah joined him in a conversation on Exploring North East in pursuit of making it the fashion capital of the nation’’ was also organized in D’Royal Vogue Studio, RGU.

Imam A Siddique, well versed and articulate, when asked about ‘Jainsem’, the traditional Meghalaya dress for women, immediately sprung up to the occasion and promised to remove the negative publicity due to the recent incident in Delhi Golf Club by promoting it all across the nation and letting people know the aesthetics of the garment in the fashion world.

He is looking forward to style in an Assamese dressing and would love to promote Assamese Mekhla Chador in the fashion world.

On being asked how does he balance between Indian culture and modernity, he said that the West has been using Indian weaves extensively to give a different twist to its fashion industry and India designers should wake up to this call and start realizing the fact that we are already well equipped with  abundant weaves and fabrics which needs to  be promoted  largely.

On being requested to suggest on the dressing pattern or style forthe younger generation Imam A Siddique suggested to live within your mains, be comfortable, do not  run after brands, do not join the credit card bandwagon and try wearing India wear.

Imam A Siddique expressed his awe and appreciation at the beauty and splendor of Northeast, especially its different dress forms, material and unique styling.

His achievements and accolades will soon come to light in his upcoming book named ‘I, Me, Myself’ which will see light in March 2018.

At 52, he is going back to school to complete what he could not finish, his higher degrees which he advocates is a must for every child.

On the other hand, Meghali Das talked about the pioneers of fashion in Assam back in the 70s and suggested to collaborate  with various designers of North-East along with VOGUE  which will in turn help in the better functioning of the RSFDT.

Medha Saikia deliberated about the etymological meaning and significance of fashion and styling from her published paper on the same.

She further talked about the PAN India presence of NE in the fashion world. She has identified the pros and cons of the fashion scenario of NE and suggested on the setting up of an apparel industry in Assam to be specific to take forward the state in the world map of fashion.

She wished that Royal Global University will take the initiative to start a revolution in the fashion industry of NE in general and Assam to be specific.

Dilip Barooah has shared his experience in the field of textile industry.

He is a manufacturer form fibre stage to yarn. He has highlighted the 5 FS of fashion which says: From-Farm-Fibre-Fashion-Foreign. He is into market positioning of the textiles. Recently, he along with his textile fraternity has collaborated with HERMIS, a brand having French origin and has also worked with many more international brands and mention may be made of Georgia Armani, Dolce and Gabana and so forth. He spoke about the treasures of NE weaves which are ERI Silk and MUGA Silk. ERI Silk’s growing popularity in PAN India basis is a milestone in itself. He also informed that Assam produced 98% of ERI SILK and the only producer of MUGA SILK.

Mehzabin Ershad started of her deliberation with a congratulatory note for the efforts made by Royal Global University to come with RSFDT.

She spoke about the scope of fashion courses to be pursued in the region with the advent of many fashion institutes and schools in the state. She further talked about the rich textiles, tribes and weaves of NE .

(Reporting by Hemanta Kumar Nath)

D’Royal Studio of Royal School of Fashion and Technology inaugurated in Guwahati

India Blooms News Service
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