India's JD Institute of Fashion Technology has recently signed a MOU with India Fashion Week London

India's multi-dimensional success had made it one of the most sought after destinations. With a networth of more than Rs 1,000 crore, India's fashion industry is all set to grow and prosper with the passage of time.

With a breakthrough in the Indian fashion world, India's JD Institute of Fashion Technology has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with India Fashion Week London (IFWL), which is scheduled to happen in October to celebrate Asian fashion by popular designers.

This is the first ever time JD Institute of Fashion Technology will appear as the official institutional partner in the Indian Fashion Week London.

The signing up of the Memorandum will provide a gateway to the institute's alumni to display their collections at the international level, and its students who are pursuing their education will get a chance to become the next Gen Star by displaying their talent.

"This is a great opportunity for all the students of JD Institute to showcase their talent globally. We, at JD Institute of Fashion Technology, have always been a regular contributor to the development of the Indian design industry with exhibitions and fashion shows," said, RC Dalal, executive director of JD Institute of Fashion Technology.

Mr Dalal further added "I'm sure that we will set new benchmark this year with the talent and creativity my students have. India can now boast of dozens of leading fashion designers, who can match any European fashion designer in their concepts, styles and designs."

IFWL, to be held October 16 to 18, will include periphery events in different places crosswise over London, ranging from VIP jewellery launch to well known authors on Indian design facilitating workshops on the different styles and patterns seen on catwalks.

Additionally collaborating with IFWL is the British Asian Trust, a philanthropy initiated by Prince Charles in the yearning to take care of the broad poverty and hardship that he found in South Asia.


  1. Love those colors :) Bisous from France, *-* Sand. *-*


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