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SCDC conducts summer collection event
Samana College of Design Studies (SCDS) chairperson Samana Moosavi has organised a portfolio submission of senior batch of designers through a 'Summer Collection Event' at Kondapalli Fort, a famous heritage site in Vijayawada on Sunday.
Vijayawada: Samana College of Design Studies (SCDS) chairperson Samana Moosavi has organised a portfolio submission of senior batch of designers through a 'Summer Collection Event' at Kondapalli Fort, a famous heritage site in Vijayawada on Sunday.
After the successful 'Kids Show', the senior students played with handloom cloth and shaped them into exclusive ladies Kurtis. The collection turned out to be an interesting combo of colours. The students came out with the event in a short span of time with a mind blowing performance, said Samana.
She said that the venue, backdrop and the atmosphere created was divine. Interestingly, a decade-old SCDS, run by Samana Moosavi, was providing and creating self-employment through fashion designing profession. She said that the college had a passed out alumina designers of more than 5,000 students with a present enrolment of about 500 students.
This is the only college in South India which has tie-ups with NABA University, Milan, Italy. Andhra Pradesh government should encourage these creative artisans by providing them with maximum support in all ways, said Samana. On the occasion, the students of the college appealed to the government to support fashion designing profession which was internationally recognised.