Students Achievements

  • Ashita Singhal wins James McGuire award

    Ashita Singhal wins 25000 $ at James McGuire Business Plan Competition 2018. Wanting to make a difference, she began envisioning a company that could turn textile waste into usable products; specifically, into fabric and garments, reducing waste and positively impacting her community. 

  • Seerat Virdi at Redress Design Awards

    Alumna Seerat Virdi was the only Indian designer to represent the country at the Redress Design Award 2018 in Hong Kong. Seerat aims to inspire and influence customers to reuse and re-purpose clothes with the help of her sustainable designs.

  • Pearlites win at India Skills Competition

    Thira Goswami and Tanisha Singh won gold in Visual Merchandising category and silver in Fashion Technology category, respectively and Kumidini Kumar for winning the Medal of Excellence for Fashion Technology, at the IndiaSkills National Competition 2018.

  • Akankgsha Sarmah at Dubai Design Week

    Alumna Akankgsha displayed her final year project #ReDEAFine at the Dubai Design Week 2018. #ReDEAFine a designer-driven awareness campaign to make an active effort to address and gain a deeper understanding of the Deaf culture and their community by educating the hearing masses.

  • Surya Pratap Singh showcases at GFW, London

    Drawing inspiration from a conversation with his mother, alumni Surya Pratap Singh designed a collection highlighting that every body form, irrespective of shape and size, is beautiful. He was the first Pearlite to showcase his collection at the Graduate Fashion Week in London.

  • Uttara Sharma bags All India Caratlane Design Incubator Contest

    Student UG Jewellery Design won the All India Caratlane Design Incubator Contest. As a winner, Uttara will be working with Caratlane as a designer for her graduation project.

  • 1st Runner-up at the International ELLE DECOR Awards

    Inspired by the famous Heydar Aliyev Cultural Centre by ZAHA HADID, the light ‘lithe’ – a project by UG Interior design students Anushka Sarawgi and Jugal Desai centre is a wall light with silhouettes that change depending upon the view of the angle.

    This innovative concept has won them the 1st runner-up award at the prestigious International ELLE DECOR Awards 2018 in the lighting category for students.

  • Divya Thukral wins Ravishing Design Awards 2018

    Alumna Divya Thukral, designer at D'eve Jewels won the most promising jewellery designer with excellence in design award! Her collection will be showcased soon in the jewellery category of Ravishing magazine.

  • Pearlites at NABA Fashion Show, Milan

    Alumni Senial Jaisani, Sadhvi Dang and Shrishti Kushwaha showcased their incredible collection at the NABA - Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti Fashion Show in Milan. Their capsule collection takes the idea of pidgin, blending folk traditions from peninsular India applied over forms which take root in western fashion aesthetics.

  •  Pallavi Yadav at Copenhagen Fashion Summit’18

    UG Fashion Design alumna, Pallavi Yadav, presented her unique ideologies on sustainable fashion at the Youth Fashion Summit under Copenhagen Fashion Summit, 2018.

  • Best Ramp Appeal at Max Design Awards’18

    UG Fashion Design alumni Rajul Goldar showcased his designs and stood out as a winner for the best ramp appeal at the Max Design Awards, 2018

  • Pashang Dadyburjor

    UG Communication Design level 2 student Pashang Dadyburjor from Pearl Academy Mumbai lately won Majji Metro Competition. His illustration was chosen among many other entries and decorated in the first art metro train. He was also invited to board this one if its kind and India’s first Art train in Mumbai. His illustration is based on ‘A glass of cutting chai showcasing all of mumbai’s flavors’.

  • Rishika Gupta - Max Design Awards

    Rishika Gupta from  from Fashion Design course lured the audience with her menswear designs on the theme ‘The Dark Side’ that won her Max Design Awards 2016/17

  • Vivek Mishra -  Shoppers Stop Designer

    Recent graduate Vivek Mishra won Shoppers Stop Designer of the Year. As a winner, he gets once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to retail his collection across selected Shoppers Stop stores exclusively for Shoppers Stop’s private and exclusive brands and 1 lakh rupees to make a garment.

  • Talat Razia wins India Skills competition 2017

    After winning the India Skills competition 2017 and making us swell with pride, Talat Razia, Fashion Design, is all set to make a mark at the World Skills Contest 2017, Abu Dhabi, where she will represent not only Pearl Academy but our nation, India.

  • Jubinav Chadha at WoW, New Zealand

    Pearlite Jubinav Chadha from Fashion Design course has been recently selected to present his collection named Samudra Manthan at World of Wearable Arts, New Zealand.

  • Shubhangi Palawat

    Shubhangi Palawat UGJD L3 student from Jaipur is one of the 4 winners at Caratlane Design Incubator Programme. This programme will nurture jewellery designers with a 6-month mentorship, hands-on training from industry experts and a deep understanding of the key role of design in business.

  • Shimona Mehta

    Shimona Mehta, student of PGFD 2015-2017 from Jaipur has got international internship with Designer Anna Sui.

  • Chirag Nainani

    Chirag Nainani Alumni Pearl Academy Jaipur 2012 Batch showcased his collection at UN. United Nations NYC for the first time ever hosted an event supporting sustainable features. "Chirag Nainani" label based in Jaipur was invited from India to showcase the collection along with 4 other labels from across the world. They were invited because their label strongly believes in sustainable fashion, supporting artisans’ community and Indian textiles.

  •  Ishant Goyal + Yashaswini Verma 

    Ishant Goyal + Yashaswini Verma won DLF emporia competition in accessories 2017

  • Moneetha Nair

    Moneetha Nair paper selected at IFFTI Shanghai 2018

  • Pallavi Dhyani & Chau Vij 

    Pallavi Dhyani & Chau Vij (Alumni) showcased their collection at Amazon Fashion Week

  • Wood is Good

    Pearl Academy recently participated in FOAID event where many Pearlites from Interior Architecture & Design and Product Design course displayed their work and won ‘Wood is Good’ competition at this esteemed event, celebrating architecture and design in its truest sense.

  • Ishita & Saanchi - Interiors Design Awards

    Ishita Singal and Saanchi Madan of Interior Design Course , Delhi, worked as a team in Society Interiors Design Awards 2017 under product design category and has secured  1st position in zonals held in Delhi and would be going to Mumbai for Finals next month

  • Mridu Gupta

    Student Mridu Gupta from Fashion Styling & Image Design course recently won ‘Limeroad Style Hunt’ competition. Mridu created an ensemble for the “Indie fusion” look which made its name in top 5 entries. Mridu and her entry got featured in Cosmopolitan magazine, September issue.

  • Shekhar

    Photography student, Shekhar with his team climbed up the Gaumukh, the snout of the Gangotri Glacier, one of the most challenging climbing routes across the world. The trek up at the top became one of the top defining moments in Shekhar’s life. His enthusiasm for the story and pictures he made while on the trek soon transformed into the feeling of elation and achievement as the story found its place in the anniversary edition of the National Geographic Magazine.

  • Aradhya Ahuja

    Pearlite Aradhya Ahuja from Product Design course will be representing Pearl Academy this year at World Business Forum , New York. Organized and curated by WOBI each year in cities across the Americas, Europe and Asia, World Business Forum is a two-day event that brings together thousands of restless minds united by their passion for business.

  • Chhavi Maheshwari

    Our student Chhavi Maheshwari from Jewellery Design course at Jaipur campus recently did a photo shoot for voylla, an online fashion accessory brand. A model by profession, Chhavi made it on the cover page of voylla’s website. Congratulations Chhavi!!

  • India Skills Competition 2016

    The recently held India Skills competition 2016 witnessed huge participation from all across the nation. The top spots in the ‘Fashion Technology’ category were all won by Pearlites. While Abhishek Dangi stood first and won a cash prize of Rs. One lac, Vivek Mishra and Damanjeet Singh, second and third prize winners won 75,000 and 25,000 cash prize respectively.

    The winners will now go on to compete at WorldSkills International Competition to be held in Abu Dhabi. The competition is hosted by NSDC (National Skill Development Corporation). The same falls under the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship. Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry was appointed as the lead partner for organizing the contest for ‘Fashion Technology’ category.

  • Aastha Sharma

    Alumna Aastha Sharma has been in the limelight for all the good reasons lately. The founder of Wardrobist Consultancy rose to international fame by styling Aishwarya Rai at Cannes’16. The renowned fashion stylist has worked with the best in the Industry and is also the stylist for the recently released movie, Rustom.

  • Aishwarya Jain and Megha Sharma

    Aishwarya Jain, Fashion Design student from Jaipur campus and Megha Sharma, Fashion Design student from Delhi NCR East centre won ‘Runway to New Zealand’ contest hosted by Education New Zealand and Fashion Design Council of India. Both Pearlites won an all-paid two-week internship in New Zealand.

  • Binoy Thomas and Priyanshu Mukhopadhyay

    Binoy Thomas and Priyanshu Mukhopadhyay, Communication Design students from our Delhi NCR East Centre were declared the runners up at Adobe Certified Associate World Championship. The students were invited to Mumbai to participate in the National Championship, after qualifying at the Regional Championship (North India) along with five other students from Pearl Academy.

  • Pranav, Neha, Rimzim, Aastha and Anushka

    These alumni have been making headlines with celebrities adorning their collection and flaunting the trendy styles. While Pranav Guglani and Neha Singh’s collection was worn by Deepika Padukone, Sonam Kapoor was seen at Cannes flaunting the black and blue sari by Rimzim Dadu. Same time, alumna Aastha Sharma styled the diva Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s look at the Cannes Film Festival. Additionally, The June’s cover pic of Cine Blitz magazine with Jacqueline was styled and designed by another alumna Anushka Lal from Jaipur campus.

  • Sukriti Suryavanshi

    Our Student Sukriti Suryavanshi Under Graduate in Fashion Design, will be attending World of Business Idea on Leadership Forum in Mexico. She was shortlisted to represent Pearl Academy out of all the students who were competing for this scholarship from all campuses. This is the first time that Pearl Academy Jaipur student won this scholarship.

  • Urvashi Matta

    Urvashi Matta, an M.A. student of Fashion Marketing was selected to present her Research paper at the 4th CSR International Conference in Partnership with SERD in Malaysia.

  • Gayathri and Gurveer

    Gayathri Krishnan from Luxury Brands (Mumbai campus) and Gurveer Singh Arora from Fashion Business Management (Delhi NCR – West campus) made it to the list of top finalists of James McGuire Business Plan Competitions 2016 and won themselves the prize money of $ 5,000 each.

  • Harmind Sigh Arora

    Harmind Sigh Arora won ILA Award Heimtextil India 2016 for “Best Stand Design Concept”. Harmind’s Design label, Fejjo designed the DBS Trend & Design Studio which won him the award for 2nd year in a row.

  • Fenil Shah

    Fenil Shah, student of Professional Photography course from our Mumbai Campus had one his work selected by EyeEm. EyeEm is a global community and marketplace for real photography, it selects 12 pictures worldwide to put up in their studio in Berlin, Fenil’s picture was one of them.

  • Shivangi Mehta

    After Sana Sapra bagged the contest last year, Shivangi Mehta, a Fashion Design student from Noida campus made us proud by winning The Air France Manish Arora Contest 2015. The excitement reached new heights when another Pearlite Dinesh Kumar from Jaipur campus was selected for Viewer’s Choice Award. Great going Pearlites!

  • Veer Misra

    Always happy to see our students’ work getting published. Here’s congratulating Veer Misra from School of Communication, Media & Film on having his work published in L’Officiel India.

  • Sumiran Kabir Sharma

    A fashion Design graduate, this alumnus was lately selected and featured on NDTV Goodtimes as “The Creative Indian of the week” in the reality show “The Creative Indian” by Designer brother duo- Manil and Rohit

  • Apeksha Natani

    Pearlites are making a mark everywhere! Apeksha Natani, a student of Fashion Design from the Jaipur campus recently won the People’s Choice Award at the Femina Craftsvilla Ethnic Designer Contest. Her beautiful creation won many hearts and received immense appreciation. Congrats to Apeksha for the huge achievement!

  • Akanshi Saxena

    Our student Akanshi Saxena from Post Graduate Fashion Design course, Delhi NCR East centre is the only Indian student who got her entry selected at World of Wearable Arts contest to be held in New Zealand.

  • Sunaina Harjai

    Alumna Sunaina Harjai’s brand Hats Off Accessories is the only accessories brand with youngest designer on board which has been selected to be a part of Design x Design family for 20 under 35 exhibition from 11th February to 25th February at the Galerie Romain Rolland, Alliance Francaise de Delhi. Way to go Sunaina!

  • Karan Torani

    Our recent graduate Karan Torani from Fashion Design course lately won DLF Emporio Design Award for the best Apparel Design. The eminent jury panel consisted of Gaurav Gupta, Ritu Kumar, Dilnaz Madhulkar, Bandana Tewari and Sunil Sethi. It’s good to see Pearlites making their mark in the industry. Great going Karan!

  • Shaivyya Gupta

    Shaivyya Gupta, a Fashion Design student from our Jaipur campus recently did us extremely proud. Her entry has been selected as one of the finalists to show at the iD International Emerging Awards 2016 in Dunedin, New Zealand. She was selected from a pool of over 160 entries representing 15 countries and 14 exemplary fashion schools. This year’s selection panel – fashion industry guru Denise L’Estrange-Corbet and designers Tanya Carlson, Adrian Hailwood and Sara Munro (Company of Strangers) were highly impressed with her stellar selection. The iD Dunedin Fashion Week is planned for March where she would be participating in the contest. All the best Shaivyya!

  • Rohan Chhabra

    Our talented alumnus Rohan Chhabra has recently bagged a job at Ralph Lauren, New York. He also made headlines in recent past for his project, Endangered, which aimed to explore the issue of extinction of endangered species. By designing a series of hunting outfits that turn into representations for the animals under threat, Rohan reminded us of our complicity in the problem. Cheers to Rohan for another fantastic achievement!

  • Kriti Tula

    Kriti Tula is on spree of making it big and making us proud lately. After being featured amongst ‘7 hot labels to know’ by Vogue, it was time for Lakme Fashion Week to take a notice too. Kriti Tula’s brand ‘Doodlage’ won the ‘Climate Action Award’. As Lakme quotes ‘the work is a vital contribution towards sustainable fashion in India’, we appreciate and look up to Kriti as one who is evolving sustainable fashion in country.

  • Abhimanyu Singh Rathore

    Abhimanyu Singh Rathore, student of Fashion Design at our Jaipur campus captured some great celebrities flaunting their street style at the recent Jaipur List Fest. He photographed Anaita Shroff Adajania, Shobha De, Lakshmi Menon and many others. His pictures were also published by Vogue India.

  • Kavi Kumar

    We are extremely proud and happy to see our alumnus Kavi Kumar’s work being displayed at the Louvre Museum in Paris. 2 of his shots were selected and displayed under ‘The Animal Collection’ and ‘The Portraiture collection’. So proud of you Kavi!

  • Rohan Chhabra

    Our talented alumnus Rohan Chhabra has recently bagged a job at Ralph Lauren, New York. He also made headlines in recent past for his project, Endangered, which aimed to explore the issue of extinction of endangered species. By designing a series of hunting outfits that turn into representations for the animals under threat, Rohan reminded us of our complicity in the problem. Cheers to Rohan for another fantastic achievement!

  • Salil Bahl

    Salil Bahl’s work featured in online photography magazine – Photography Planet. Salil Bahl, Student School of Communication Media and Film has emerged as a brilliant photographer and his work recently got published in the online photography magazine – Photography Planet.

  • Nayanika Kapoor

    Nayanika Kapoor (Level-1, Fashion Media Communication, New Delhi centre) from the School of Communication, Media & Film has won an all-expense paid trip to London as an intern in Koovs.

  • Neelesh Srivastava

    Neelesh Srivastava, Student Fashion Design won the Sustainable Fashion 2020 by IAM, Gurgaon for his innovative and environment friendly designs.

  • Kshitij Srinivasan

    Kshitij Srinivasan, student from Luxury Brand Management represented Pearl Academy at the World of Business Ideas at World Business Forum, New York in 2015. Kshitij also got to attend a mentorship program at the 2 day event.

  • Kartik Verma

    Kartik Verma won the prestigious James McGuire Business Plan Competition 2015.

    Kartik Verma from Fashion Business Management (FBM) course, Level-3, under the School of Creative Business at New Delhi centre has won the prestigious James McGuire Business Plan Competition 2015. His project ‘Assuage Mom’ won the 1st prize at the grand finale of the competition held in Miami, Florida on 10th June, 2015.

    Kartik was amongst the top 3 candidates in this competition and was selected from the shortlisted 20 candidates from 16 countries under the Laureate International Universities (LIU) Network. It is the first time that the award has been won by any institute in the Asia, Middle east , Australia and Africa region (AMEA).

  • Hiya K Madhu

    Hiya K Madhu from MA Fashion Marketing (2013-15) course, School of Creative Business (Delhi NCR(West) Campus) represented Pearl Academy at World of Business Ideas (WOBI) on Leadership 2015, Mexico City.

  • 5.) Vijaya (L-2), Akansha (L-1) & Arohi(L-1)

    Vijaya Sondhi (Level 2), Akansha Malhotra (Level 1) and Arohi Jain (Level1) from School of Communication, Media and Film (Delhi NCR(East) Campus) have won Laureate Impulse Photo Contest.

    Laureate Impulse was a photo competition open to all Laureate enrolled students across the world where they had to write an inspiring phrase, using one of the impulse words; creativity, clarity, courage or comparison, then take a picture with it, and upload to the Impulse Facebook page as an entry. Winner will be the one with the maximum likes.

    The winning Pearlites have received a USD $100 gift card each from any of these services: iTunes, Google Play, Spotify or Playstation.

  • Ranu Kumar, Jewellery

    Ranu Kumar from the Jewellery Design Course (Level -3) under School of Design (Jaipur centre) made us proud by winning the Logo Design and Tagline Competition by Ministry of Ayush, Govt. of India under the theme ‘Ayushman Bharat’.

    The Ministry had made an open call to the students for a new logo and a tagline. Ranu’s design was selected from all the entries and he has won a cash prize of Rs. 25,000/- from the Ministry.

  • Ankur Tyagi

    Ankur Tyagi from UG-Jewellery Design (2011-15) course at Jaipur centre stood a Runner-Up at the prestigious DLF EMPORIO DESIGN AWARDS 2014-15

  • Annika Bhaskar, Abhishek Wadhwa & Vinay Dahiya
    Annika Bhaskar, Abhishek Wadhwa and Vinay Dahiya, our alumni, completed their Professional Photography Course from the Delhi NCR(West) campus. They have recently worked with Atul Sabharwal, who is also a director at Yashraj Films, for his movie ‘In Their Shoes’.
  • Ankit Nandwani

    The student from Professional Photography Course at Delhi centre wins at Temron Challenge 2014.

  • Sanah Sharma

    The level 3 student from UG-Fashion Design Course at Chennai campus wins 2nd prize at Melbourne Cup Contest by Australian Community’s fashion show.

  • Srishti

    Srishti from the Fashion Media Communication Department, has made Pearl Academy proud by winning Best in Show award at Santa Fe University 2014 for “Intro to Music Production” project.

  • Sanjana Bhatnagar and Shruti Sharma

    Sanjana Bhatnagar and Shruti Sharma, both Communication Design students have been given the Dean’s List award in recognition of their Grade Point by Santa Fe University of Art & Design after spending the Jan-May semester studying at the university.

  • Rajiv Raj Jagasia

    Rajiv Raj Jagasia, student of PA Chennai, Fashion Business Management student , batch 2011-15 with his 2 member team has won the Best Export Plan of Frisian Export Coursell. Rajiv is currently under Overseas Student Exchange with NHL University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands.

  • Sarvshakti Yadav

    Sarvshakti Sarvshakti Yadav, a proud Pearlite of UG-FD of Jaipur centre won accolades at WOW 2014 (The World of Wearable Art, New Zealand) for his project – ‘The Bra Of Marbles’.

  • Kanika Sood

    From a global pool of nominees, Kanika is amongst the few selected ones. Her initiative NIEV foundation, which provides venues for rural Indian residents-particularly, impressed the jury at Laureate.

  • Shinny Jain

    Shinny Jain has won one more accolade for her project ‘Last Errors of Plastic’ – Bronze award at ‘The Creative Conscience Awards 2014′, UK. Her project deals with sustainability by creating garments through weaving recycled plastic from biscuit and crisp packets in order to highlight recyclability of the plastic they are made from. It also gives materials usually dumped in landfill a new life, as well as generating employment for women in India.

    Shinny went to UK to attend the awards ceremony and came back victorious with another feather in her cap.She also won “Creativity 43rd Print & Packaging Awards” (Creativity International Award, Louisville, KY) for her concept “Reusing of package waste”. There were over 1100 entries from around the globe and her entry was selected as an example of outstanding creative design. The aim of the project is to develop garments out of package wrappers i.e. wrappers of Kurkure, Lays and biscuits etc. and other plastic waste to promote sustainability. The idea is to bring a change in the society where people are more aware of the current waste prevailing in the world and start collecting plastic wrappers as they collect newspaper for raddi-walas.

  • Tavleen Dhingra

    A Pearlite and very first Asian to enter the finale of James McGuire Business Plan Competition 2014, Tavleen makes us proud by presenting her business idea ZWINA – a customized designer store for differently-abled people to the world.

  • Nupur Bhakri

    With the guidance of her mentor Mr. Sudip Choudhury, Faculty-Interior Architecture & Design at Pearl Academy, New Delhi, Nupur won the KITCHENext competition. She had worked on a well-researched design which fulfills the need for a closed kitchen for a nuclear family. Out of more than 100 entries, 20 were selected for further screening and Nupur stood winner in the Closed Kitchen category. She was felicitated at Indian Kitchen Manufacturer’s Association annual meeting in Bengaluru where Nupur also presented her concepts along with her designs.

  • Pallav Choudhary

    Talented Pallav’s idea of contemporary handcraft design ‘Simplicity with a touch of anarchism’ brought home winner’s trophy of Made in India Competition by BE OPEN Foundation. He also won a cash prize of 1500 dollars. Pallav designed a Scarf collection of dyed fabrics that reflected and resembled the beauty and purity of Pangong Lake in Pangong Tso, his inspiration for this collection. Each scarf is a unique piece of fabric, which has been delicately folded, resisted and dyed. Earlier in the year, Pallav had also presented a handcrafted scarf to none other than Condoleezza Rice, former US secretary of state, during her visit to India.

  • Chhavi Porwal

    Chhavi made Pearl Academy proud by winning the prestigious Made in India competition by BE OPEN Foundation under the category of fashion. Her beautiful collection in black and white colours vowed the jury. The Design Concept of her project deals with the story which travels through the rules followed by universe, which preferably are the methods or solutions of the survival and were discovered and followed by nature itself, where only experience could take us.

  • Gourav Goel

    Gaurav Goel from Pearl Academy, Delhi won the 8th edition of ‘The Debut’, he received a sponsored trip to UK for a befitting course at the London School of Fashion.Congratulations to Mehandee Dureja, Pearl Academy Delhi & Gaurav Prajapati, Pearl Academy, Chennai for making it to the top four at The Debut 2014

  • Itindeep Kohli

    Itindeep Kohli, India Representative World Leadership Forum 2014, Mexico. Pearlite Itindeep Kohli being selected for representing Pearl Academy at World Leadership Forum in Mexico city on 9th & 10 April, 2014.

  • Mridul Jacob

    Marking a victory at Wills Lifestyle’s ‘The Debut’, our student Mridul Jacob bagged the title trophy at the grand finale held at New Delhi. Winner Mridul’s collection was named ‘Saddle Up’ and was based on the theme of men’s work-wear. Especially catering to the needs of men who cycle to work in Milan, the ensembles have been tailored with fabrics that assist cycling during winter. Exhilarated and surprised at his win, Mridul Jacob, the final year student of Pearl Academy, Chennai, and the winner of the seventh edition of ‘The Debut’ was thankful to the jury and the almighty. This prestigious award has been won by Pearl Academy students for the last 5 years.

  • Shinny Jain

    Shinny Jain won “Creativity 43rd Print & Packaging Awards” (Creativity International Award, Louisville, KY) for her concept “Reusing of package waste”. There were over 1100 entries from around the globe and her entry was selected as an example of outstanding creative design. The aim of the project is to develop garments out of package wrappers i.e. wrappers of Kurkure, Lays and biscuits etc. and other plastic waste to promote sustainability. The idea is to bring a change in the society where people are more aware of the current waste prevailing in the world and start collecting plastic wrappers as they collect newspaper for radi-walas.

  • Nidhi Sandal

    Clinched first prize at ‘Reliance Trends Designer Hunt – 2013’ contest and got an opportunity to design “Fall Winter’14” collection for Reliance Trends which was sold as a co-branded label across India exclusively at all Reliance Trends stores. The contest was run in institutes other than Pearl Academy and entries were shortlisted from their campuses amongst which Nidhi stood out.

  • Divya Malik

    Divya Malik represented Pearl Academy at the premier Laureate International Universities (LIU) World Business Forum (WBF) on 1st and 2nd October 2013 at Radio City music hall in New York City. WBF is an annual forum on business which is attended by over 5000 delegates. This forum included eminent world leaders and industry experts like Jeb Bush, Jack Welsch, Gordon Brown and many more who delivered lectures on global issues and on leadership and innovation. Divya’s presentation was also chosen as the best one among all the twenty projects by the students at WBF.

  • Surbhi Mittal

    Our student Surbhi Mittal represented India at World Innovation Forum in Mexico this year. The World Innovation Forum – the largest global forum on innovation – is organised by Laureate International Universities’ Laureate Live programme. She was most excited to participate in the two day conference at Poliforum, Leon. The eminent speakers at the event talked about the vitality of new ideas and constant innovation. She came back to India with an important life-long learning – ‘An idea is where innovation begins and it should be considered sincerely irrespective of its craziness.’

  • Vasudha Jindal

    Vasudha Jindal, student of Interior Architecture & Design course was invited to participate in the Clinton Global Initiative, scheduled for March 21-23, 2014 in Arizona, USA. The mission of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) is to turn ideas into action. Established in 2005, the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI), an initiative of the Clinton Foundation, convenes global leaders to create and implement innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges.

    The CGI was impressed with her project – to increase the use of cloth “furoshiki bags” and reduce the reliance on plastic bags in India. This is aligned with CGI-U’s core interest in environment/climate change – and, potentially, poverty alleviation and public health. Vasudha attended the show along with other delegation of impressive students from Laureate institutions around the world. She has joined a network of emerging and established leaders in business, government, politics, and society who can support important work.

  • Neha Khunteta

    Neha Khunteta, Alumni Pearl Academy, working with Brand Bee has designed this fabulous logo for Fête de la Photo!Fête de la Photo is India’s first Pan photography festival in the public space, promoting Indo-French collaboration in 8 cities across the country.

  • Anubha Jain

    Anubha Jain, UGFD 2009- 13, rocked the DLF Design awards! She was awarded the runner-up ‘Student Emerging Designer of the Year 2014’ for her stunning design inspiration of a denim Saree.

  • Shagun Sawhney

    Shagun, M.A. – Fashion Marketing (2012-14) made Pearl Academy proud by not only being selected to participate in the prestigious IFFTI Conference-2013 in Los Angeles but also winning the first prize in ‘Student Competition 2013’. She presented her papers on celebrity endorsements focused on men alone with Amitabh Bachchan and Shahrukh Khan as the profiles that she studies for this project. This exposure allowed Shagun to study the Indian markets enhancing her knowledge about the consumers in India who are still influenced by the celebrities and their endorsements.

  • Shaurya Vardhan

    Shaurya Vardhan was a part of the team in launching a new Mobile Application StyleStack and website with Appsin the Lab and in association with Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI). He was responsible for designer interaction and social media activities. Other Pearlites in the project were Sanya, Jayati Gupta and Sugandhi Mehrotra from Communication Department who assisted with graphics and content generation, coordination with FDCI and designers, collation and upload of content and her overall positive attitude and support. This app is free to download and use and will help the various proponents of fashion industry to be part of the digital revolution and benefit by the extended reach it offers.

  • Vogue Honours 2015

    Vogue India introduces and promotes promising young talent in fashion design. Vogue Honours is a bid to find future fashion geniuses and the search is executed by a fashion design contest. Only recently, 3 of our Pearlites from Delhi NCR East Centre have won Vogue Honours 2015. Three cheers to Akansha Bhardwaj, Charu Khanna, Nitika Bhuttan!!

  • Pooja Verma

    Pooja Verma, Fashion Design student from Pearl Academy Jaipur won Gold for her entry “Fairy Tale Escapade” at the prestigious International Design Awards (IDA), Los Angeles, US. Last year Pooja grabbed a bronze medal for her ‘The Post-Apocalyptic Bride” collection, raising the bar for design students across the country.

  • Mridu Gupta

    Selected as the top 5 winners of the Limeroad Style Hunt competition. As a winner, she gets featured in Cosmopolitan magazine’s September issue.

  • Mridu Jain

    Won the Limeroad contest and was featured in Cosmopolitan India.

  • Ankita Mehta

    Third place in Indian Handloom competition. She has also been kept as a reserved candidate in WOBI 2016 NY.

  • Soumya Menon

    Assisted the team at the Creative Indians with Manil & Rohit

  • Shambhavi Borkar

    Assisted the team at the Creative Indians with Manil & Rohit

  • Saara Khan

    Assisted the team at the Creative Indians with Manil & Rohit

  •  Sumedha Chandra Sekhar

    1st position journalism - Orange label project                            

  • Bhavnoor Minocha

    1st Position Fashion Illustration - Orange label project

  • Arshti Narang

    1st Position Fashion Illustration - Orange label project

  • Abhineet Dang

    2nd Position Film - Orange label project                           

  • Jahnvi Bansal

    Worked with the team to style not one but five covers.              

  • Mahima Dhawan

    Launched her brand ORANGE that customizes t-shirts.                     

  •  Akshay Goyal 

    Covered a short film for the Airport Authority & Government agencies.   

  • Madhura K Dalvi

    Got the final placement with Genesis Luxury.                                

  • Priyanka Kabra

    Grabbed paid internship with Shoppers Stop in Visual Merchandising.

  • Prachi Poddar

    Grabbed paid internship with Shoppers Stop in Visual Merchandising.

  • Krutika Shah

    Covered a short film for the Airport Authority & Government agencies.

  • Aditya Jain

    Will be competing at the final round of World skills India Visual Merchandising to be held in Bangalore at the end of the month, the winner of the same will go to Abu Dhabi to compete on the International level.

  • Devika Gupta 

    Will be competing at the final round of World skills India Visual Merchandising to be held in Bangalore at the end of the month, the winner of the same will go to Abu Dhabi to compete on the International level.

  • Shekhar Rawat

    Awarded an Appreciation certificate for photography and Conducting successful rally from Dehradun to Mussorie in the last day of Winterline Carnival Mussorie 2016 by Uttarakhand Tourism.

  • Ishant & Yashaswani - DLF Emporio Award

    Ishant Goyal and Yashaswani Verma from our Jaipur centre won the DLF Emporio Award in Accessory category. The students were felicitated by FDCI’s President, Sunil Sethi and Fashion Designer and our alumnus, Nikhil Mehra

  • Dinesh Kumar – WoW, New Zealand

    Our Fashion Design 2016 Alumni Dinesh Kumar has always made us proud. This time his garment has been shortlisted by FDCI WOW National Contest for World of Wearable Arts contest to be held in New Zealand

  • Sandra Jose  - Young Talent Search 2017

    MA Design student, Sandra Jose made her mark at the Young Talent Search 2017 and won under Fashion category, organised by @The Society of Dyers and Colourists Education Charity

  • Sunayana Kesari - Innovative Printing and Finishing Award

    Communication Design student worked on her project which was printed by her father’s printing organization. The project gets her and her father the 'Innovative Printing and Finishing award' by the All India Federation of Master Printers.