IFA Fashion Show at Tranoï

Seven talented young designers from the MA Contemporary Fashion Design course showcased their creations in collaboration with Tranoï on 25th January 2016 at Cité de la mode et du design, Paris. Focusing on innovation the show consisted of seven fabulous and innovative collections by the young aspiring designers from the International Fashion Academy, Paris.

 

Ria Keburia

Ria Keburia

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Geometric patterns, vivid hues and A-line silhouettes for both men and women take on a playful approach on the runway at Tranoï by Ria Keburia. The bold sneakers add a sporty edge to the collection while keeping the garments more relaxed!

Chen Xi LU

Chen Xi Lu

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The juxtapose of the hard and soft prints was definitely a win for us! The geometric pattern was just the right amount over the neutral shades and the graphical print of the city skyline. This collection was definitely young, playful and fresh to see.

 

Astika Suprapto

Astika Suprapto

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An explosion of belts, patch pockets and buttons- modern utility is definitely back with a bang even on the international runway. Taking inspiration from the next season SS’16 trends seen during the runway shows last year, this trend is definitely here to stay and so is this collection by Astika Suprapto!

 

Yali Chen

Yali Chen

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The perfect amalgamation of all primary colors resulted in this tribal inspired collection by Yali Chen. We thought it was just the right amount of layering with some bold colors to make each item stand out differently.

 

Adjoa Phillips

Adjoa Phillips.jpg

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This one is for the women! Adjoa definitely kept the color palette simple but the garments made a significant impact in terms of silhouettes and design. We quite liked the bow on the ankles detail. Definitely a designer to watch!

 

Moa Zhang

Moa Zhang

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Definitely one of the designs that struck our attention due to the heavy lacing detail on the garments. The geometric shapes and cutouts brought something new to the table that we find will be the upcoming trend.

 

Karen Topacio

Karen Topacio

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Adopting art and technology into her designs, Karen believes in creating wearable clothing for women to create a sense of originality in them. The sense of movement in her garments and play with fabrics made the collection all the more interesting to see.

 

All in all, the IFA fashion show was a nice experience to see and witness the young talents our school had to show. It is always a sight to sore eyes when we witness young passionate designers following what they love. We wish our fellow mates nothing but the best in all their future endeavours.

 

Written by Pallavi Maini