Indian Institute of Fashion and Design partners with FDCI as institutional member
Fashion school the Indian Institute of Fashion and Design has partnered with the Fashion Design Council of India as an institutional member, which will give its students wider connections in the Indian fashion industry.
Through its new partnership with the FDCI, the IIFD aims to offer both its students and the fashion industry at large, new opportunities for innovation.
“The high quality of education along with a great placement record has sustained the institute because it provides an excellent infrastructure,” said IIFD director Vimi Vansil, Asian News International reported.
“With this newest collaboration with FDCI, we hope we bring more opportunities and show a better path to budding designers.”
The IIFD runs an array of fashion-based courses including fashion design, fashion styling, textile design, fashion journalism, and interior design and offers diplomas, undergraduate courses, and postgraduate courses. The IIFD’s main campus is located in Chandigarh and it also has another campus in Mohali.
The FDCI is a non-profit organisation which hold a range of fashion events throughout the year including India Couture Week and works to promote the Indian fashion industry at home and abroad. This year, the FDCI teamed up with Lakme Fashion Week to hold a joint edition which featured hybrid in-person and online events.
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