World University of Design present runway show at Delhi Times Fashion Week

Students from the World University of Design showcased their upcycled, secondhand clothing designs on the runway for a show themed ‘Sustainability in Fashion’ as part of Delhi Times Fashion Week in Vasant Kunj.

World University of Design student designs at Delhi Times Fashion Week – World University of Design

“I am thrilled to see the participation of 22 of our talented pre-final fashion students in Delhi Times Fashion Week,” said World University of Design’s vice chancellor Sanjay Gupta in a press release. “The showcased collection not only epitomises creativity but also champions the cause of sustainability. At WUD, we believe in pushing the boundaries of fashion while advocating for responsible practices. Sustainability is an enduring trend. I am sure this initiative by WUD will inspire all fashion institutions to move towards sustainability in the coming days. Our presence here, amidst notable professional designers is inspiring.”
The showcase took place at The Grand and student designers mixed bold shapes with experimental tailoring. With the aim of minimising waste in the textile industry, the students used at least 97% of the materials sourced to make their garments from.
“We were thrilled to present the work of our third-year students,” said World University of Design’s professor Devender Singh Kharb. “The School of Fashion at WUD has established itself as a pioneering design program, renowned for its focus on sustainability, cutting-edge technologies, and entrepreneurial spirit. Unlike traditional practices seen in other institutions, WUD prioritises showcasing the innovative creations of our penultimate year students. I am impressed by the students’ creations and look forward to witnessing the fashion landscape evolve with sustainability at its core.”

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