Pune: CHASA IDT held an Interior and Fashion exhibition on October 10. First and second-year students of fashion and interior design courses exhibited a range of products curated by them at the exhibition. The Event Management students of the institute managed the whole event.
The fashion students exhibited products from various states in India like hand-painted t-shirts famous in Uttarakhand, junk jewellery used in Himachal Pradesh, oxidised jewellery from Goa, Gujrati bangles, temple jewellery and bangles from Kerala, beads jewellery popular in Jammu and Kashmir, etc.
There were other stalls that sold food, and a few artists showcasing their Mehendi and tattoo making talents. The interior students exhibited a wide range of products like wooden cell phone holders with a charging panel, wooden bullock cart, wooden swing, wooden key holders, etc, made with finesse.
Candle stands, lamps, terracotta flower vase, pen stands, wall hangings, bags, customisable bookmarks were available at the exhibition.
The stalls also consisted of hanging lanterns, tea-coasters, tissue paper holder and various Diwali decorative items. Police Constable Sameer Shaikh and Police Naik Manisha Pukale awarded certificates to the winners.