VOGART partners with FDCI

VOGART Institute of Design & Management announces their exclusive partnership with Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) at the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week 2014 as the official partner.

VOGART an education initiative targeted at Skill Development with Social Responsibility will have their set up at the five day fashion extravaganza
which starts from 8th till 12th October 2014.

Mr. Udit Agarwal, Director Vogue Institute of Design and Management said “WIFW is a unique platform for us to interact with the fashion fraternity. Top Indian designers through a series of riveting shows will make an ideal place for our students to understand the blend of contemporary art and modern aesthetics with fashion. As a CSR initiative we will also support students who are from economically weaker background sections “

Commenting on the partnership, Sunil Sethi, President, Fashion Design Council of India said, "We are enthralled to have VOGART Institute of Design and Management as the official Partner for the Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week S/S’2015’, we are looking at an excellent opportunity for the fashion talent at VOGART Institute of Design and Management to exchange ideas”.

The institute has been created solely to bridge the gap between supply and demand for quality manpower in the fashion and design industry – an industry with which he is associated for the last 2 decades almost. They bring to the table Industry friendly curriculum, World class pedagogy and a learner centric environment. They have a technical tie up with ISTITUTO MODARTECH, Based out of Pisa, Italy its known all over Europe for its industry friendly curricula. Our students in the area of fashion and design shall have the opportunity to study a part of the course at their campus and participate in an industry internship program in Italy.

The institute has partnership with Mod’Art International at Paris, France which is the Fashion Capital of the world. With this partnership our courses bring more value, skill and international exposure to our student folk.

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