Tue. Nov 24th, 2020

Fashion Show: Safar-e-Balaad (The Creative Journey) 2014 features dresses from Gilgit-Baltistan

Lahore: (PR) STEP we all know today has come a long way in the last one decade. A long journey in achievements though not so long in time and years. Started as an NGO SAEL movement (Synergist for Advancement in Educational Leadership) .STEP started its journey in 2003 with a small team but a big vision. Today, STEP is the parent body for multiple projects; the NGO SAEL, the Institute of Art, Design & Management – IADM, Mélange the beauty lounge & institute, Business and Management, English Language Centre, Mary Popins apparel, STEPWise consultancy, and Training & Development. Today, ninety above 90 % of our graduates are working progressively in the industry or have become successful entrepreneurs.

1039512_797669193622954_1232987496401044437_oInstitute of art design and Management rigorously promotes creative and innovative collection themes based on individual design ideas and synergized with local/regional concepts. Therefore last year show was “Ralli” conceived from culture of Sindh and this year, the thematic inspiration is taken from Gilgit Baltistan region, titled as “Safar-e-Balaad” (The Creative Journey).

The annual Fashion Show “Safar-e-Balaad” (The Creative Journey) is arranged to exhibit the final collection  of  our  one  year  BTEC  Level  3 Diploma  students  of  Fashion  &  Clothing. These students hail from Bhawalpur, bhawalnagar, Vehari, Khanewal, Lodhra, Muzafargarh,Bhorewala, Rahimyar khan And Chistian. The show promises to help our students in communicating their creative conceptions with fashion industry and hence giving them a push in their career.

2 thoughts on “Fashion Show: Safar-e-Balaad (The Creative Journey) 2014 features dresses from Gilgit-Baltistan

  1. this is so great! But only male participation. why cant our gbaian girls dress up traditionally and present our culture!

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