New Delhi (India), December 26: This wasn’t just a fashion show; it was a cultural exchange, a bridge built with threads of silk and stories of heritage. The BRICS+ stage became a platform for Indian designers to not only showcase their talent but also to inspire collaboration and understanding. On the occasion Experts Share Insights, Advocate for Sustainability
India’s presence extended beyond the catwalk. Dr. Gulbash Duggal, Dean of the International College of Fashion in India, challenged the perception of elitist fashion education. She highlighted the importance of integrating diverse teaching methods and advocating for research, practical projects, and cultural studies alongside business acumen.
The focus on sustainability also resonated along the same lines and explored the feasibility of zero-waste practices in a session titled “Closed-loop fashion. An inspiring utopia?”.
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