Learn, Innovate and Achieve – It’s the core life cycle of what defines our teaching methodology.
The art of designing aesthetically pleasing clothes is what is taught at International Institute Of Design Studies(IIDS). Students graduating from IIDS learn each little aspect of their curriculum experientially and practically. They are treated as the future decision makers of what an entire generation of population will wear, from the day they step into our classes.
Our fashion design students are encouraged to explore different fabrics, embroideries, dyes and other mediums of creating the most original and creative pieces of clothing.
The teaching staff at IIDS ensures that our students form a habit of remaining in touch with what is happening in the fashion industry locally as well as internationally. We believe this helps IIDSians remain updated about the latest trends, while maintain their own unique style of work.
The only reason IIDS has been able to churn out successful fashion designers either placed at top posts in today’s leading brands design studios or doing extremely well on their own is, only because the teaching staff’s dedicated efforts. Our teachers’ motivation to ensure only the best for each pupil entering their class is what makes all the difference in the world.
The students of IIDS are given a full scale project of designing couture for a children’s photo-shoot. These first year fashion design students are expected to do the entire process of designing, right from working on the theme to the stitching and draping of the outfits on the little models posing at the photo shoot.