The India based International Institute of Fashion Design (INIFD) and London School of Trends (LST) celebrated the artistry of emerging Indian student designers at the Passage to India event during London Fashion Week.

The fashion show took place in the Freemasons Hall at Covent Garden.

INIFD, in collaboration with the LST, is the first fashion institute in the world to showcase their students’ collection at two major fashion capitals of the world New York and London.

The INIFD has showcased the work of its students at Mumbai’s Lakme Fashion Week for the past 22 editions.

Independent labels from India such as Malmal Tadka, Namza & Rocky Star also showcased their collections along with the students at London Fashion Week.

The chief guest was Manish Singh from the Indian High Commission along with other dignitaries, who were present to support the young Indian designers.

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The inspiration behind the fashion show was Prime Minister Narendra Modi 5F Formula.

The LST is a premier fashion school with over two decades of rich experience in the fashion and design industry and has moulded the careers of several top names in fashion.

Its remit is to nurture the talent and creativity of its students to bring out their maximum potential.

The LST has close associations with institutions globally and exclusively with the INIFD in Asia.