Fashion Designing Course in Delhi

In the fast-paced 21st century fashion industry, we equip designers through contextual research, proficiency in visualization and fluency with materials.

Course highlights

You learn to overcome challenges through innovative thinking and techniques in an intensive studio based environment, while shaping your personal creative process and style statement.

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Consciously Creative

People and Context

Personalised Processes

Reverse Engineering

At IIAD, we teach our Fashion Design students to be environmentally conscious by building awareness and sensitivity. Our pi-designers develop a strong value system through ethical fashion practices like zero waste pattern cutting and draping, minimal seam construction and upcycling.

IIAD shapes students into contextually aware and ethical designers, who consider the perspectives of multiple stakeholders. You develop a holistic outlook, which helps to address complexities and build conceptually-strong design solutions.

The studio-based projects lay emphasis on embracing your inner voice, motivating a deep exploration of the self. This empowers you to come up with original concepts as you are encouraged to carve a niche for yourself.

Deconstruction of the finished garment forms a significant approach in our teaching methodology. This aids your understanding of how a garment is made from start to finish, by breaking down its components. The idea is to learn about the design and thought process that goes into a garment, from concept through construction to the end product.

A glimpse at a complicated silhouette made as part of the transform and restructure design brief.

Exploration through drapes, sketches and patterns with different materials like polyeutherine, latex and fevicol.

A new perspective on Minimalistic Work Wear in light pastel hues.

Fusion Ethnic Wear conceived and designed during the major design project.

Embroidered Jacket made with sustainable material promoting Indian textiles as part of the Fashion Design Programme at IIAD.

Fashion Design students exhibit their graduate collection at the Graduate Show

Fashion Design students exhibit their graduate collection at the Graduate Show

success stories

“10 years from now we will be 'The Industry’ and this makes it very important to collaborate with people from various professional backgrounds.”

"With the resources that we are provided with and the workshops conducted, I feel that IIAD has prepared me well"

“We see things in detail now; everything is more sensitive, more related to us. We now know how things work. I've become more responsible, more independent after moving to Delhi to pursue my course at IIAD. “

"The things that have astonished me here are absolute freedom to express yourself and the practical learning experience gained through intensive interactive classes, factory visits and learning through projects.”

10 years from now we will be 'The Industry’ and this makes it very important to collaborate with people from various professional backgrounds.

We see things in detail now; everything is more sensitive, more related to us. We now know how things work. I've become more responsible, more independent after moving to Delhi to pursue my course at IIAD.

Malavika Thampi, Fashion Design
Diya Singh, Fashion Design
Arshveen Kaur, Fashion Design
Prashant Kumar, Fashion Design
Rashika Ramesh, Fashion Design
Aditi Ghosh, Fashion Design

Gunjan Arora
Associate ProfessorFashion Design
IIAD Faculty Gunjan Arora
Saumya Pande
Associate ProfessorFashion Design
IIAD Faculty Saumya Pandey

course leaders

Saurabh Deo
Associate Professor

Saurabh has been an experienced designer and academician for twenty years, leading fashion academic programs, with blended (online & f2f) curriculum development & teaching, International university audits - validation & examination process, academic talent-hiring, and staff training. As a faculty member of the Fashion department at IIAD

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Anupama Datt
Assistant Professor

Proficient in all aspects of design, illustration, pattern making, draping and constructing in Indian formal , ethnic and festive wear as well as home furnishing and accessories, Anupama has over 25 years of experience working with leading fashion houses and supplying to some of the best labels in India and abroad.

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Pragya Sharma
Assistant Professor

Pragya Sharma has been involved in academics since the past three years, prior to which she was working as a menswear designer in the industry. She was initially trained as an engineer and then moved on to fashion design. She firmly believes that this interesting blend of a technical subject along with design gives her

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Richa Sood
Assistant Professor

Richa Sood has 18 years of experience in Fashion business, with core expertise in garment and print design. She has been consulting as a design head for Nirrammya, a leading brand in the middle east and worked intensively with; Tarun Tahiliani and Rohit Bal. Apart from ready-to-wear, couture and bridal collections,

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Shipra Kukreja
Assistant Professor

A strategic thinker and an eco-friendly designer, Shipra Kukreja is best known in the industry for sustainable fashion and ethical design practices in her professional endeavours. In addition to being a NIFT alumna, she holds a Masters’ degree in fashion design from Nottingham Trent University, UK. She is also a Fellow with the HEA (Higher education academy), UK and has completed her PG certification in higher education from Kingston University (UK).

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Ginu george
Ginu George
Lecturer

She is an alumna of the MA Fashion Technology Programme at the prestigious London College of Fashion. She has worked within the fashion industry both in design and communication for numerous brands in India and the UK, most notably J W Anderson.

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The Denim Project: Exploring Denim as a versatile fabric in designing garments under the mentorship of Himanshu Shani, co-founder of Korra Jeans and 11.11/eleven eleven.

The Fashion Design studio is designed in such a way that they provide students with spacious workstations for their projects while at the same time they can be converted into exhibition spaces.

Students are encouraged to explore and experiment. The fashion studio provides ample space for them to work with materials and fabrics in the process of creating garments.

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