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Spot Light -Career in Pearl academy, by Nien Siao,Director Noida

 

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Interviewed  by Viraja D.Vakada-  30 July , 2013

 

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Students of Pearl Academy of Fashion display special effects makeup skills

Students of Pearl Academy of Fashion from Fashion & Media Makeup (FMM) programme displayed their creativity and capability in working with personalised character and special effects makeup skills by  creating fictional/real life characters.

 

The workshop took place under the supervision of renowned Makeup Artist K Mohan, HOD, Make-up — FTII (Film and Television Institute of India), Pune.

Source: Education Sun

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365 diplomas awarded at Pearl Academy of Fashion Convocation

Pearl Academy of Fashion (PAF), India’s leading Fashion and Design Institute known for its internationally benchmarked quality of education, hosted Convocation 2011 for its graduating batch. The 19th Convocation conferred Diplomas/Certificates to the graduates of Academic Year 2010-11 for -thirteen programmes- PGFR, PGFD, PGGM, PGFMG (Post Graduate Programmes) and FMM, FSID, FD, TD, CD, FMP, FRM and PSB (Under graduate degree Programmes).

Addressing the students at the Convocation, Dr AKG Nair said, “Pearl Academy of Fashion is proud of its alumni who have made an incredible mark in the fashion industry through their contribution and achievements. I have immense confidence and faith that the outgoing batch will carry forward the tradition by using their innovativeness, setting their goals on becoming gen next entrepreneur and contributing in the progress of the nation. I, on behalf of Pearl Academy of Fashion, congratulate all our graduates on the new beginning and wish them continued success. We assure to provide support from our end in their future endeavors. ‘’

In his welcome address, Dr AKG Nair said that the high rank PAF occupies among fashion & design schools is not merely an indicator of its incessantly growing performance and popularity; but it also indicates the deep and constant commitment to improvise in institute’s organizational practices and contribution to the fashion and design fraternities.

Mr Neil T Gorman, Vice-Chancellor, Nottingham Trent University said, “I strongly believe that any top institute is known for its quality of its faculty and students. PAF is very strong in both these areas. This Institution combines the teaching of fashion and design as a discipline, with personality development and inculcation of values in harmony with India’s rich cultural heritage.”

Convocation 2011 ended on a high note with students throwing their graduation caps in the air, beaming eyes looking forward to yet another challenging phase of their lives and enjoying the camaraderie of fellow students & faculty members.

Source: Shiksha.com

 

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Admissions open at Pearl Academy

Pearl Academy of Fashion has announced admissions to its four-year B.A. (Honours) programme in a host of fashion-related disciplines including fashion, textiles, jewellery, interior architecture, communication, fashion styling and image, fashion media communication, fashion business management and fashion retail management.

In order to apply, students must have passed Class XII with a minimum of 50 per cent from any recognised Board. Applications forms can be obtained online from http://www.pearlacademy.com. The last date for receiving application is May 14. The entrance test will take place on May 22 at New Delhi, Jaipur, Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, Lucknow, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad and Kochi.

Selection for all courses will be based on a general proficiency test, design aptitude test, group discussion and personal interview.

source: The Hindu

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Age of innocence

While going out for a party, most skip the thin line between dressing well and dressing their age. Voluminous dresses and loud make-up which ages them far beyond their years, is what many girls and boys are going in for often confusing between goth-punk and the “aged” look.

Take a cue from Hailee Steinfeld, the 14-year-old Oscar nominee, who wore a cute age-appropriate dress by Prabal Gurung at the Golden Globes and won accolades for her look, as opposed to teen queen Miley Cyrus who often comes across as much older than her 18 years.

Style gurus also advise teenagers to dress apt for their age. Fashion designer Nida Mahmood says that young girls have an entire life to dress up as grown-ups. “Don’t let go of your innocence,” she says. “While dressing up, enjoy the state of being carefree, but timid,” she adds.

Nida says revealing clothes are a big no-no for young girls. “It’s always nice to wear stuff, which is girly and feminine. Try floral prints and experiment with colours instead of going bare dare,” she suggests. “Also, make-up should be avoided. Instead, opt for a few delicate pieces of jewellery,” adds stylist Sadat Karim, who adds that looking nice is often confused with looking old.

“The trend can also be attributed to the fact that those going to college and even school are taking up cool jobs, and earning good money these days. They also slip into early maturity, and that shows even in the way they dress up,” adds Nida. But fashionista Sameera Khosla says that it’s ok to follow a trend as long as one can carry it off well. “You wouldn’t want to look silly in a dress which is trendy, but feel forever conscious about its length or worry about the neckline that’s too deep or too suffocating. The mantra is, be comfortable,” adds the second year student of Pearl Academy of Fashion. “I think jeans and a smart top is an ultimate combination and will never go out of vogue. It looks cool, is smart and a chic top adds glitz to the casual look,” says Ridhima, a fashion student. Her friend Aakriti adds, “It’s always cool to dress casually and wear something that is stylish yet comfortable. It’s important to look relaxed.”

source: www.deccanchronicle.com