INTI fashion show unravels 15 young talents
KUALA LUMPUR: Fifteen Diploma in Fashion Design students from INTI International College Subang’s Centre of Art & Design (ICAD) took the runway with their collections at its annual fashion show.
ICAD Dean Ang Tong Yin said, “The theme ‘Unravel’ defines the progression of our graduates to the new stage of their lives as they will soon become professional designers and will be instrumental in changing the fashion industry in our country.”
“This showcase is an excellent opportunity for them to unravel their talent in front of some of the most successful designers in the industry,” she added at the event at Pavilion Elite Kuala Lumpur recently.
The annual fashion show also known as INTICHANGE, has seen many successful designers graduating from the school including Hariharan Arasu, the grand prize winner of the first L’Aperatif Fashion competition. The students also presented a collection of four original outfits, with their own concepts.
Anis Sofhea Widuri, 21, bagged the Creative & Innovative Design Award, Lily Farisha, 22, took the Ready To Wear Collection Award while Elaine New, 27, received the Best Crafted Design Award.
Among the designs showcased, ‘The Origami’ an original design by final year student Jaylyn Loh, 19, was inspired by her childhood hobby.
“The outfit that I created represents youth and growth and I choose Origami as the concept as it reflects complexity and I am glad the design turned out well and it was well received by the audience,” said Loh.
The judges were well-known designer Justin Yap, General Marketing Manager of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur Yun Wen Lai and Ready To Wear Fashion Designer Nurita Harith.-BERNAMA