A high level of fashion sense, creativity, and designs was on point at this year’s Bluecrest University College Graduate Fashion Show.

The event, which was held over the weekend, at the Aviation Social Center was aimed at exposing the students to propel them into the fashion and creativity industry.

The event which attracted huge numbers was organized under very strict observation of COVID-19 protocols.

Organized by the School of Fashion and Designs (SFD), a faculty at the University, the event saw over 50 graduate designers parading their outfits on the runway.

The designers created and designed their outfits from the usage of objects, artifacts as well as promoting diversity in their respective and creative fields.

It also depicted the various culture of origins and religious backgrounds, Africa, modern and casual using symmetrical objects in telling stories.

The event also witnessed the winners of this year’s Verna Natural Mineral water Mr. and Mrs. Autism in attendance on the runway.

The rector of the Bluecrest University College, Dr. Anand Agrawal in an interview reiterated the need for his institutions to promote fashion and designing.

“A lot of our alumni are already entrepreneurs, and we know that our school of fashion design students and alumni they have been entrepreneurs coming from that school. And I am sure our new graduates will become entrepreneurs.

…Actually, at Bluecrest College, we are here to make an impact and this is the impact where our alumni are creating more jobs for others by being entrepreneurs. Many of the alumni have their own fashion houses and I encourage it also,” he said.

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On her part, Miss, Reinner Okai, a graduate who created an outfit using symmetrics expressed her gratitude to the entire management of the institution for the opportunity.

“I want to thank my lectures, management, and everybody at the school who played important role in shaping my fashionability. It has not been easy but I am really happy for the knowledge I have gained,” she said.

She hinted of implementing and impacting the ideas into others as well as create job opportunities in the fashion industry.

The School of Fashion and Design at Bluecrest was established to address the growing demand for garment construction, fashion illustration, digital and graphic design, and brand management.

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