New Delhi, May 12 (ANI): With its new program ‘Fashion Brooder,’ the Indian Federation for Fashion Development (IFFD) is now all set to help fashion newbies, who are looking forward to start a business from the scratch, trade like a pro.
Known for getting recognition and business to young designers through India Runway Week, IFFD is aiming to enter into fashion education by training freshers on how to start their own business.
Fashion Brooder will be one year rigorous program for only 30 individuals, providing them with the clarity of thought for their entrepreneurial fashion journey through live lectures, case studies, group assignments, guidance and insights from India’s leading fashion professionals.
The program will lead to a stronger, more vibrant and more active fashion designer community better prepared to compete with local and international designers. It will also create a network for substantial resources.
More than 70 committed industry professionals will be taken on-board to serve as mentors to young fashion designers for this program. In these one-on- many sessions, mentors share their experiences, provide support, guidance and career advice on an as-needed basis.
“Fashion Brooder will work as an amplifier for the fresh pass out designers,” said Avinash Pathania, Founder Director, IFFD.
Kiran Kheva, Fashion Director, IFFD, added “We will make them market ready and we will let market come to them. If they create great designs, we will make sure the audience will surely find them.”
IFFD is also inviting other brands to join in as underwriters to support these upcoming fashion startups. (ANI)