Educational Tour of students of School of Fashion Design to Sahara Cotton & Silk Expo
Date: 7 September 2022
Venue: Dongre Grounds, Nashik
A one week fair– ‘Sahara Cotton & Silk Expo’, was organized on Dongrez Grounds in the month of September 2022 in Nashik in a bid to promote cotton and silk produce to national and international buyers and traders. The expo would acted as a hub to enhance Business-to-Business (B2B) and Business-to-Customer (B2C) models and is open for small, medium and large textile and garment manufacturers and weavers from across the State, especially tier 2 and 3 cities.
The students of Fashion Design department, under the guidance of Er. Siddhartha Dharane (Assistant Professor), Ms RupaliPagare (Assistant Professor), Ms PritiAhirrao (Technical Assistant) and Ms SonaliVispute (Teaching Assistant) visited the Sahara Cotton & Silk Expo. The expo, Sahara, was an experience that taught us about the importance of fashion in our lives, the impact it has on society, and the changing fashion industry. It was an experience that allows us to see the different styles of fashion from across the years, and it was an experience that teaches us about the different people who have influenced the fashion industry. It was an experience that made us appreciate the value of our wardrobe, and it was an experience that reminded us of the power of fashion. The expo was an experience that is worth visiting. TheSaharaexpo was an experience that allowed us to gain an insight into the industry, the people, and the history of the fashion industry. It was an experience that allows you to learn about the people and the industry, the people and the industry, and the people and the history.
The important thing students learned by visiting the expo was to take in everything and to experience the atmosphere. It was a great way to learn about the history of the fashion industry and to appreciate the artwork. It was also a great way to meet other people with an interest in the same subject.Walking through the expo, we were surrounded by the image of the ‘ideal’, the image of beauty. Among the images, there are some that were different from the others. These images were not just different from the ‘ideal’ in the sense of being more natural or closer to the ‘ideal’, but they were also different in their subject manner. The images were very different from each other in their subject manner, and they were also very different in their way of making people look at them. The expo was an opportunity for students to visit the fashion industry and learn more about the importance of fashion in our lives. The fashion industry is an industry that involves many different disciplines, including design, manufacturing, marketing, and retailing. The fashion industry is important to our economy and our society. It contributes billions of dollars to the economy and employs hundreds of thousands of people.
The importance of visiting theexpo is something that cannot be underestimated. It is an experience that allowed students to see something different and to interact with the industry people and the products. It proved a way to broaden their horizons and to learn about different cultures and their ways of expressing themselves through fashion. The expos are a great way to learn and to expand your world.
A report by
Er. Siddhartha Dharane
Assistant Professor, School of Fashion Design, Beauty Cosmetology and Interior Design