Fashion Entrepreneurship – Building Future Fashion Leaders

Indian fashion industry has seen vigorous growth in recent years. The industry offers lucrative opportunities for intuitive artist and creative talents. The current market scenario is prosperous for fashion design graduates as there are multiple career options as designers, pattern makers, sketching apparel workers etc.It also gives a rewarding entrepreneurial prospect to the student as the fashion stylist, clothing designer, merchandiser, boutique owner etc.

International College of Fashion (ICF) established in the year 2010, promoted by the Bajaj Capital Group, has been facilitating unique Fashion Entrepreneurship programs. It also been awarded as Asia’s Fastest Growing Fashion Institute assessed by KPMG.

ICF offer courses from BBA to MBA levels which are highly industry-specific and aims at the overall development of student ranging from conceptual knowledge of fashion to real market trends. International College of Fashion (ICF) through it fashion entrepreneur program lay down strong professional foundation for future leaders and successful entrepreneur for the emergent fashion industry.

The curriculum is co-developed by National Institute of Design Ahmedabad (NID), IIT-Delhi and National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business (NIESBUD).The courses are designed to aid students with best career options and take up entrepreneurship, with an inclusive professional portfolio on successful completion of course. At International College of Fashion (ICF), we aspire to transform young talent into qualified fashion professionals through innovative classroom training, real-time case studies, mentorship and Internship to make them employable to the multi-disciplinary fashion world.

 Global Exposures

At ICF, We believe that international exposure is essential for global cultural awareness and holistic development of the student. Our students have been given various opportunities to unveil the global market through workshops and seminars with partner colleges in London and interactive mentoring sessions with the fashion entrepreneurs like  Jenny Holloway, Director, Fashion Enter, a factory for large-scale production and a Fashion Studio for grading, sampling, and small productions run. for leading retailers, etailers, designers and new business start-ups, TANYA SMITH, designer of the brand “made in Britain”, NIGEL RUST, Business Mentor, Coach And Manufacturing Specialist, and much more.

ICF strongly believes in training its design entrepreneurs to be professionally ready for global business. To fall true to this ambition, we encourage our design aspirants to participate in various international fashion weeks; the latest being the World Indigenous Fashion Week, to be held in Seychelles, during the Kreol Festival, where the students of ICF will launch their labels and rub shoulders with the design community from across the world.

Success Stories–of our alumni speaks of the success of our endeavors at ICF.

Sapna Lohia – launched her label ‘Kaliereh’ at the FDCI Fashion Week and is now catering to the fashionistas of Delhi.

Saumya Sharma – Got together with three of her friends and Launched ‘MadSamTinZin’ a designer label, that is now a regular at Lakme Fashion Weeks; The flagship stores of the label is now spread over all major metro cities. They are also involved in designing for the Bollywood movies.

Rachita Gupta – her designs were showcased at the Lakme fashion week and is now running her label ‘RA & RI’

The success story of our students are endless and we aspire to maintain that.

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