12 Fashion Enthusiasts Set Out On a Journey to Explore The Tradition and History of Fashion

Questerra’s Tradition and History Tour, handpicked 12 applicants coming from different cities and cultures, unified by a passion for fashion. It was like a bag a mixed goodies one was outspoken, the other was shy, one had a brilliant design sense while the other worked like magic when it came to Fashion communication. They thrived and returned back from this community experiential travel learning experience with unwavering confidence.

Their days on the journey revolved around fashion and all its aspects. Tailor made experiences designed to take creators on a journey from ideation to creation. Broken across Jaipur, Ahmedabad and Mumbai, the intensive bought with it a series of experiences designed to unleash the creative genius within our creators.

Acclaimed artisans got them to embroider, an intense session on Patola weaving, local weavers made them understand and practice the weaving technique, Block Printing workshop and tie and dye workshop.  These practical learning experiences agenda was not only to make brilliant designs but to give a deeper understanding of the processes and how they can be adopted in their respective future collections.



Experiential Visits- Kala Ghoda, Hawa Mahal, Amer Fort, Bhujodi Market, Chokhi Dhani, Bapu Bazaar, Calico Museum. These visits are stimulators of sorts, and can go on to be the inspiration of their future designs while working on their current project on tour as well.


Networking sessions- Fashion photography was explained by Abishek Golecha, functioning of the Fashion Industry was covered in a session with Shachi Thyarmal; Shubhika Davdha of Papa Don’t Preach spoke of the creativity that drives a designer, Studio C9 took them through the journey of branding in Fashion and operational aspects of running a store were covered by the manager of Soltee Studio.
Power packed with snippets of information that will aid them in their professional journey. Apart from the experiences mentioned above, we had lined up a series of tasks and case studies for them. Each day on the Intensive she had intense one on one chats with each of the creators to trace their design journey
Having returned more fashionably knowledgeable the creators have formed a cohesive unit and are exploring the possibility of striking up fruitful fashion partnerships with each other.  In this world filled with fashionable professionals, Questerra has set out to bridge the gap and facilitate knowledge exchange

Application for the next India Fashion Intensive are closing soon. If you had applied for any of the experiences and have not received a callback from us or would request more information regarding the experience, kindly reach out to harshad@questerra.co or call 7756077161

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