The Lotus Make-up India Fashion week ended with students from Pearl Academy showcasing their collections in spheres as varied as fashion design, fashion styling and image design, fashion media makeup, textile design, jewelry design and much more.

Over 500 students from the graduating batches from the institute’s Delhi, Noida and Jaipur campuses presented their work through “Pearl Portfolio”. Each collection stood out for its innovative approach.

From apparel that infuses LED technology with fluid fabrics to create retractable clothing that will help prevent assault, to clothing inspired by India’s traffic woes and beauty in cacophony to more effervescent fabrics and modern rethinking of block printing, each collection had something new to say.

As part of collaboration with the Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI), a pop up store with limited edition was conceptualized by students and inspired from the works of eminent fashion designer, Manish Arora. All the merchandise was made from a sustainable, eco-friendly fabric.

“Pearl Portfolio” has been a signature event of Pearl Academy for more than 25 years and has been an annual launch pad showcasing the work of graduating students.

In  recent times , students have also showcased their work at other prominent fashion weeks in India as well as abroad including Amazon Fashion week, New York Fashion week and London Graduate Fashion Week. The students of School of Fashion have also had the opportunity to intern with Rahul Mishra and Manish Arora at Paris Fashion Week in the past.

Pearl Academy is one of India’s leading institution in design, fashion, business and media. The institute offers over 30 under-graduate and post-graduate courses and has campuses in Delhi, Jaipur and Noida.