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As a part of the collaborative project ‘Delhi 2050’ with Dutch Design

Pearl Academy of Fashion (PAF), India’s leading fashion and design institute in collaboration with London College of Fashion recently invited Rianne Makkink (Architect and Designer, Studio Makkink and Bey, Netherlands) and Victor J.J.Cautereels (Design Management Consultant at Designfixion, Netherlands) at their New Delhi campus.

During their visit to PAF, the famous designers have done extremely meaningful presentations on “Crafts/Small Manufactures as a Possibility of a Micro Industry in the City” and “Role of Design in Habitat Development” as a part of their collaborative project “Delhi 2050” with Dutch Design, Fashion and Architecture and ARCH I, a research and architecture platform, based in the capital city of Delhi.

Speaking at the occasion, Dr A.K.G Nair, Group Director, Pearl Academy of Fashion said, “We believe in the enormous talent of our young people and are committed to nurturing and caring environment to foster this talent. We believe in the critical role that design and designed products will play in the global economy today. We are extremely pleased to have eminent designers like Rianne Makkink and Victor J.J.Cautereels, who have spared their valuable time to give these wonderful presentations to our students. We are sure that our students would greatly benefit from the arrangement and it would be of great help in shaping their future endeavors in this competitive world of fashion.”

The session proved to be very useful for the students. The Dutch delegates parted great knowledge with the students which can help them in building good future in their respective streams of fashion education.

source: afaqs news



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