This field offers one of the most lucrative and challenging opportunities. “India has always been a rich source of inspiration for designers and fashion designing has become extremely dynamic,” says Kavita Bhartia, fashion designer and founder, Ogaan.
What you study Pattern making, rendering, garment construction, illustration, trend analysis, fashion history, and textiles
Career Prospects “Students can work for design labels, corporate brands, as costume designers in the film industry, creative directors, freelance consultants, stylists, and as entrepreneurs,” says, Vandana Narang, campus director, National Institute of Fashion Technology, Delhi.
Skills Required “Apirants need to have a penchant for creativity, style and originality, flexibility, and consistency to succeed,”says Bhartia.