The 2 Year PG Fashion Design course, in industrial collaboration with Subharti University Meerut, is crafted to help you develop your own unique and personal style as a designer and stamp your mark on the world of haute couture. The Master’s Programme in Fashion Design aims at developing professionals for the fashion industry. The course includes a comprehensive understanding of the fashion world with a specialized focus on design sensibilities enabling them to explore an array of opportunities including research, interdisciplinary exploratory projects. By pursuing this program you will be entitled to receive dual certification, a diploma from JD Institute, and a degree from Subharti University.
Duration : 2 Years
Eligibility : Bachelors Degree In Any Discipline From Any Recognized University/ College
GAT (General Aptitude Test) Required
You can find this course at the campuses mentioned below. Choose your desired course and campus on the JD Application form
You can select the scholarship on the application form
*Available at Hauz Khas campus and Kamla Nagar campus only
The idea behind setting up the global program is pretty simple- ‘to raise the bar for you’. To expose you to the biggest names in the Design industry while you are still in college. To help you see bigger dreams and go explore your full potential. Spend 21 days of your semester abroad during this residential program. An excellent faculty team awaits you with an itinerary that has been meticulously planned. The research programs during your tenure here will see you going to some of the world’s rarest museums, architectural spaces, and luxury brand houses.
Breaking the monotony of standard utilization of x-ray, the collection advances towards the theme expose. Emanated from the viewpoint of x-ray outputs of flora and fauna, flightiness, and a blend of complementary neon color is the mainstay of the range.
Traveling through a black hole’s Cauchy horizon, where the illusion of past and future feathers away, creating a loop in the present forever. ‘Vastra’ translating to clothes and ‘Aagmi’ to future, the motive is to break the loop by reinventing the “classics”; thus formulating new standards on which the future fashion will be based.
It is a powerful design line based on the idea of fabricating clothes on a universal silhouette, regardless of their gender, creating an androgynous idea of fitting all humans in the same capsule and coming out as a strong individual unique personality in terms of fashion and society. The effect of gender fluidity has been brought to life.
Our young and aspiring alumini have already started creating waves in the design industry. With a far sighted vision and a humble yet persistant approach they have established themselves as leaders and important key players in renowned companies as well as setting up their own brands
Class of 2013
Vaibhav Rishi, a graduate from JD Institute of Fashion Technology, Hauz Khas village 2013 started working as an assistant with Couture, then got promoted as the head designer of the same. In 2017, he started his own label by the name of LUBIN.
Class of 2016
He runs his own styling brand by the name of ‘hanger lifestyle’. He has worked as a stylist for many leading fashion and commercial brands like Reebok, Cantabil, Subway for their print campaigns.
Class of 2017
Palak Kukreja alumni of JD Institute of Fashion Technology (Batch of 2017), is currently working as a Regional Stylist for Taneira (north region) elucidates her journey from an Athlete to a Designer.
Believing in the idea of “design is for all”, JD institute recently organized a webinar session on Universal Design. The webinar that was scheduled on October 13th, 5 pm to 6 pm gave our students an insight into the practical facet of design. Denouncing the common belief of “design for design’s sake”, the industry lecture focused on the importance of designs that is accessible to all. It showed our students how to solve problems creatively, through design. Our speaker, Dr.Read More
On 22nd December 2021, JD Institute Of Fashion Technology organized a skilled workshop in collaboration with MSME at their CP branch Office, that brought together the upskilling of the young talents from both institutes. Asserting the importance of “upcycling”, which is the need of the hour, the workshop focused on throwing a challenge on students to transform their used clothes into new wearable art. The skill collaboration workshop was seeded in March when our Executive Director, Ms. Akshara Dalal visitedRead More
On Thursday, 9th December, the realms of Indian and Italian art merged together for an evening of fun and frolic at the Italian Embassy in Chanakyapuri New Delhi. The Ambassador of Italy to India, H.E. Mr. Vincenzo de Luca, and the Director of the Italian Cultural Center, Mr. Andrea Baldi, invited dignitaries to the red carpet preview of “SAMA”, a documentary on Contemporary Art in India and Italy excavating valuable forms of craftsmanship and highlighting the emotional bridges between theRead More
Reinforcing the placement rate of our students, JD Institute of Fashion Technology recently organized an industry lecture on Employability skills where the Jediiians learned the key details about industry-specific skills and attributes. On 18th December 2021, our speaker, Dr. Mona Suri enlightened the students on the employability skills for their chosen career path. The webinar focused on the desired skills and attributes of the industry. The speaker taught our students how to adapt to the ever-changing and competitive creative domain.Read More
To define jewellery design, it can be defined as the art of designing and creating jewellery. It is the dream career choice for artistically inclined students who have a knack for creating and designing jewellery. It is also a desired career of interest for those with a deep love and passion for fashion and accessory designing. The history of jewellery designing and the practice of wearing such is so ancient and deeply connected with culture and religion that jewellery hasRead More
Jewellery designing is a bright career for anyone interested in art, culture, jewellery designing and fashion. With the vast growing popularity of fashion paired with the already booming jewellery industry of India, it can be said that jewellery designing is a rewarding career. India and many other countries worldwide have their unique sets of culture, traditions and religious beliefs. And all their thoughts, practices, and emotions can be transpired through their jewellery and stones. Their clothes, jewellery, fashion and accessoriesRead More