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Fad International Unveils Talents In London Fashion Week, Milan Fashion Week Calendar

To present exquisite creations from labels founded by the academy's students alongside the biggest names in international fashion

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FAD International Academy unveiled the work of three of its emerging designers or FADTalents in London Fashion Week on 14 February and is set to showcase them at the Milan Fashion Week calendars on 23 February.  

Shivang Dhruva, Founder Director, FAD International Academy, said, "We are investing in our students with a vision to allow them to enter both Indian and international markets. Beyond just delivering world-class education, we aim to deliver unparalleled industry exposure and platforms to translate our students' journey into a successful brand. With 'Runway to Retail' as a core principle for FAD international, we are proud to see our students achieving such great milestones in the fashion capitals of the world."

The FADTalents labels - Myūzu, House of DK and Warp by Kuship Parmar - presented their runway show in London on 14th 2020 February at Victoria House on the London Fashion Week calendar. They will also be showcasing ahead of the Dolce & Gabbana show slated for 23rd February 2020 in Milan, marking the first time for an Indian institute and designers to be a part of the show. The collections created by FAD International's students are indigenously crafted and focus on sustainability, craftsmanship and unique textiles.

Myūzu is a fashion label founded by FAD Academy student, Shagun Chauhan. Chauhan’s designs strive on emphasizing and celebrating Indian craftsmanship, rich hand embroidery and bold colours. It is Chauhan’s evocative and intrepid graphics, as well as their asymmetric imbalances that present Myūzu as an up-and-coming designer.

House of DK designer, Devesh Kothari, focuses on fresh and exciting textiles and fashion techniques to create interesting designs. Kothari has worked on creating his own innovative concepts to up-cycle pre-worn denim to create an alternative to traditional fur; as well as the inspired use of upcycled champagne and wine bottle corks.

House of DK encompasses the art of storytelling to draw a focus onto the sustainability of fashion, by disrupting traditional textile methods. Kothari’s disruptive streetwear offers a poignant contribution to waste in the fashion industry.

Warp by Kuship Parmar is an athleisure label that focuses on bright colours with geometric detailing and interesting shapes. The Label has been featured across titles such as Hunger Magazine and Vogue India.