Dubai fashion students graduate in style
Dubai, June 26, 2011
Esmod Dubai, a leading French fashion school in the Middle East region, celebrated the graduation of the latest batch of students by staging the biggest private fashion show.
More than 110 models displayed the creations of Esmod students before an audience of more than 1,000 fashion enthusiasts and a high profile jury panel at the main atrium of Wafi Mall in Dubai.
This year, the graduation fashion show saw students give particular emphasis on Arabic calligraphy, cyborgs, Islamic Architecture and Cabaret.
More than 20 different themes were on display, taking the audience into the very personal universes of each student, offering an exciting glimpse into the creations and cultures, interchanging between the past and future, traditions and avant-garde.
The exceptional creations of third year Esmod students were displayed during the event, with the best designs being awarded by the jury panel comprising Satoru Nino, president of Esmod International Group; Rami Al Ali, fashion designer Rami Al Ali Couture; Tariq Edrees, chairman of Unique Creative Production; and Isabelle De Castilla, French buyer of YSMAY International.
Tamara Hostal, director and founder of Esmod Dubai said, “Being the only university fully dedicated to fashion in the Middle East, we believe that it is our responsibility to provide high quality training and hone the skills of young aspiring fashion designers in the region."
At the function, Esmod Dubai founder also announced the launch of the next session of its three-year program from September 25.
The comprehensive course covers a wide range of subjects such as fashion design techniques, pattern making and draping, textile science, creation, haute couture, new couture, ready to wear, Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.
Registration is now open for serious fashion enthusiasts who are keen to become fashion designers of repute, said Hostal.
Esmod Dubai regularly hosts fashion-oriented events and lectures in the UAE in tieup with renowned fashion designers to offer dedicated avenues for promising designers in the country to showcase their creations, she added.-TradeArabia News Service
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