School of Fashion Design
Any non clothing merchandise classified within the domain of lesser dimension on scale with a seasonal dash as compared to products like furniture etc. is considered to be an accessory. It could be adorned on
human form or utilized as a decorative or functional entity. With fashion & lifestyle, it becomes a composite with different variables such as trends, forecast, behavioral, spatial, demographic, psychographics .Students majorly learn to design various accessories made from stone, leather, metal, wood, glass, ceramics, acrylics etc.
– Home Décor
– Jewellery design
With the growing viabilities in the global market economic tangents we are looking upon newer opportunities .We are eyeing domestic & global steep in opportunities in metal ware, jewellery & kitchen wares in silver ware, ceramic, wood steel and aluminum ware industries, Leather industry bags and footwear. we are expecting emergence of many more buying house with new vacancies in design, merchandising, branding, managerial and other vendor based entrepreneurship establishments.
Learning Model of B.Design Lifestyle Accessory
The learning model at UID is incubated to create and adapt to an appropriate environment of learning that facilitates our students with new experiences. We make sure our learning model engages the learner into new dimensions of work. This model provides an environment for interactive student engagement and enhances the system thinking ability.
At UID, we believe that the experiential knowledge gained while developing and implementing this unique learning model is transferable to other disciplines as well.
Lifestyle Accessory Design
(School of Fashion Design)
In Lifestyle Accessory Design Department at UID we have invited and conducted many master classes last semester with various industry experts. Here are the few names who conducted master class :
1.. Prof. Rajesh Gogna, De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom
2.. Prof. Prashant Desai, Cinematographer since 22 years
3.. Shraddha Kaul ,This works products, London
4.. Sonal Gupta, CEO of Jewellery brand ITRAANA
5.. Deepa Jiwatram ,Hong Kong Jewellery designer
6.. Raminderjit Singh, Head merchandiser from Blue Stone
7.. Mira Erda, Racing Driver, Indian Formula 4 Racer, Red Bull athlete
8.. Zerxes Wadia, Supervising Producer and VJ at MTV India, Viacom18 Media Pvt. Ltd.
9.. Mr. Kumar Pala, CEO of Lamex Watches
UID organises a number of workshops on a regular basis to help students connect with and expand their creativity. The workshops introduce students to the concepts of design and provide a strong grounding and encourage personal and artistic growth through innovative self-expression. All the classrooms are equipped with unique modern facilities and state-of-the-art equipment that provide an extensive experience in art and design. The workshops offer insights into topical themes in the field of design along with practical exercises that come with a high level of professionalism.
UID is a well-known and growing institute where academics are taken seriously. It has a beautiful and aesthetic campus I have fallen in love with. The atmosphere is made conducive to learning and the exposure we receive here through the conversations at KU and master classes is amazing. And most of all the campus is absolutely safe and ragging free. 🙂 so far it has been a great place to learn and grow as a designer! — Srinidhi Sem 04, Visual Communication
UID is more than an educational institute for me, it is home and has given me a sense of belonging and safety. It has been a great platform for me to recognize my true potential and my talent. There is a constant support from our faculty that is highly experienced, the well – equipped workshops and labs help us bring our ideas to life. The exposure we get from guest lectures to industrial visits and cultural events and fests is what makes us balanced individuals. — Aafreen Chaudhary Sem 04, Visual Communication