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Published: March 10, 2022

Noida, Tuesday 8th March 2022: Fashion & Women are the heart and soul of our society and International Women’s Day is the moment and occasion to celebrate women. To show and extend their support, Satyam Fashion Institute’s graduating students designed their collection inspired by various facets of life and the roles that women play. Women love to dress well and exhibit their personal style through clothes. The collection was versatile and comfortable yet stylish keeping in mind the working women of today.

Marking the celebration of International Women’s Day & dedicating the true spirit of womanhood TRIPTYCH 2022 was a gala evening of 15 shows by the very talented students of Satyam Fashion Institute (SFI). Their collection was creative, stylish, and fashionable. The students are all set to conquer the world of fashion with their 15 different themes drawing their inspiration from nature and the environment. The collection was designed using natural fabrics like cotton, linen, and silk making the fashion industry more sustainable.  The students graduating from Fashion Design, Textile Design and Post Graduate Diploma in Fashion Design together put on a great show. The show was recently held at Satyam Fashion Institute; sector 62 Noida was choreographed by Rachna Sikka.

 The glamorous event provided a platform to showcase the ravishing attire designed by the Graduating Batch from scratch under the supervision of Show Organisers Dr. Vandana Jaglan, Principal, and Dr. Neetu Malhotra, HOD SFI.

TRIPTYCH 2022 was aptly organized and celebrated with the unabashed spirit of a woman on the auspicious occasion of the International Woman’s Day. Mrs. Sneh Singh, Chairperson, and Mr. Pradeep Gupta, Secretary, Satyam Group of Institutions talked about their experience with organizing the evening “It was a tough time for all, in spite of the difficult times I am really happy to see the wonderful creations of students at the runway. This year students have taken their inspiration from nature and designed beautiful out-of-the-box ensembles.”


 Dr. Vandana Jaglan, Show Organiser & Principal, Satyam Fashion Institute said, “Each year we aim to make a difference in the design industry, the way people dress, the way people perceive clothes. This year the students have dedicated their collection to the women of our society on the occasion of International Women’s Day. They have designed clothes that are chic yet comfortable for working women.

 Dr. Neetu MalhotraShow Organiser & HOD, Satyam Fashion Institute Said, Institute Said, “We are really happy to organize the show for students after a gap of one-year due covid pandemic. The 15 themes that our students have exhibited through their work on the runway today only proves that creativity and innovation have no boundaries. Each and every show was distinct and showcased wonderful creations for the women of today. We are immensely proud of our young talented students who have come out of the cocoon and have put up a spectacular show of sustainable fashion garments.


The people were captivated by 15 different themes showcased at the fashion show were, Orn Rocaille inspired by Rococo a collection of flowing fabric in beautiful combination of glamour beige and fushia pink. Wear the Change theme is inspired by Art Nouveau designed with cotton and chiffon fabrics and creating ensembles in very Peri and Pearl Violet. Bang on Street is a pop art-inspired theme for the street style fashion lovers, created using fabrics like Denim, matty and net in shades of blue and white. Serenity to Dignity is a collection inspired by roshini in shades of peach and purple. Shibori is dedicated to marine life, the collection is designed in shades of blue and grey. Go Vegan is another theme to protect and save the environment, created using natural fabrics like cotton, satin and georgette in animal prints. Scars of Beauty is inspired by Kintsugi a Japanese art to embrace and heal to celebrate life. Bitten by Art is an amazing collection depicting art in fashion. Humanity to nature theme is ready to wear fashion inspired by shades of flowers. Flora escasa theme was inspired by Jade vine flower in soothing shades of blue and white for summers.

The Never Ending Fantasy” theme is the celebration of colours in neon designed with cooling Glazed cotton fabric. Space the futuristic collection made of pu leather, cambric and linen. Warli Art is inspired by ancient life of humans depicting in light shades. Sunayana – the silent pillar of strength collection is dedicated to the women who are always the pillar of strength in every house. Voir a nouveau draws its inspiration from the ancient European culture is designed for women who make a difference with their sense of style.


Prominent personalities from the Fashion industry who graced the occasion were Dr. Shashikala Wanjari, Ms. Shashi Nangia, Mr. Ravi. K. Passi, Mr. R.K. Srivastava, Mr. Mukesh Aggarwal, Mr. Shiv Kumar Gupta, Mr. Rajeev Bansal, Mr. Manish Tripathi, Mr. Sonil Jain, Mr. Himmendra Gupta, Ms. Isha Sood, Ms. Suman Negi, Ms. Simmi Vasu, Mr. Deepak Sood,

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