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October 8, 2017
Achievements & Rewards
Our Talented Students from WLCI Delhi have Showcased Their First Ever Fashion Collection in One of India's Prestigious Fashion Event "India Runway Week - Winter Festive 2017". The Jaw Dropping Collections have Stunned the Fashion World and made WLCI and Their Mentors Proud. Kudos to Our Young Designers

June 16, 2017
The Final Collections
WLCI Design School Delhi Hosted a Design Collection Jury at Sainik Farms on 16th June'2017. The Final Collections Presented by the Passing Out Students of PCL Batch ' 2017. At the event Jury Members from the Industry Evaluated Students Work. Collections Created by Students Keeping Current Trend and Scenario in mind. A Beautiful "Ready-to-Wear" Collections were all Praised by Respected Jury Members.

May 1, 2017
India Runway Week
Students of the WLCI Fashion School with their installations at the recently concluded India Runway Week. These were done by the fashion design students under the guidance of Mr. Vihar Chauhan (Fashion Design Faculty) Delhi Campus.

April 21, 2017
Vintage Affair
WLCI joined hands with The Angel Network for the event "The Vintage Affair Fashion Night Out”. The event was held on April 21 at the atrium in Select City Walk, Delhi to promote and raise awareness for a fundraiser. The design fraternity lent their support to our initiative of “fashion with compassion” with leading designers like Tarun Tahiliani, Namrata Joshipura, Gauri & Nainika amongst others donating items from their collection, which were showcased on the ramp.

March 8, 2017
Holi Celebration
We at WLCI know how to Celebrate . Recently with our students efforts. there was a holi Celebration at Delhi Campus with lots of fun, food and music an offcourse lots of colors.

February 26, 2017
Experts Visit/Interaction
At WLCI we are commited to give the best of Industry Exposure to our students . Renowned Designer Mr. Sourabh Kant Shrivastava has Visited the Campus and SHared his valuable Experience with our Fashion Students. Students Asked question and got the guidance for their future Goals.

February 3, 2017
Road to Runway Competition 2017
WLCI Delhi has exclusively held a Competition Named “Road To Runway” Where students from Graphics & Fashion Department participated with gorgeous numbers and presented their best work to win the 3 days paid trip to Lakme Fashion week where they have Experienced best Fashion Event of the Country.

January 25, 2017
Road to Runway Competition Jury’2017
WLCI is Committed to give the Best Industry exposure to students. The Competition RTR’17 Was Judged by Ace Jewellery Designer Ms. Shweta Sahani assisted by The Design Faculty Ms. Meenakshi to give students the best Critic & Guidance Possible.

March 6, 2016
It is learning with fun at WLCI Media – as the theoretical lectures go hand in hand with the industry exposure. Theory is accompanied with new practical explorations. One such occasion, was the Student Fellowship Programme where the WLCI Delhi Media students got an excellent opportunity of participating in this at the MEDIA MEET – THE COALITION held at TALKATORA STADIUM.

The 3 day programme was held from 4th March to 6th March 2016. It had30 curators and 300 speakers from 11 different streams and hundred new ideas from the field of:
1. Journalism
2. Music
3. Comedy
4. Content Writing
5. Photography
6. Digital Art
7. Media Entrepreneurship
8. Graphic Design
9. Fashion Media

The chief minister of Delhi Mr. Arvind Kejriwal was among the top speakers on the second Day of the programme. Deepak Ramona – lyricist of film WAZIR was also one of the most engaging speakers of the meet.

This Media Meet brought India's creative community together under one roof with the aim of fuelling the next wave of creative ventures in the country. It surfaced variety of brilliant ideas through sessions, workshops, panel and networking events. The festival also offered plenty of opportunities to the people. The fun element was enhanced with live performances by musicians, comedians and special film screenings. The coalition started off as a boot camp for freelancers, entrepreneurs, students, professionals and other aspirants who wanted to transform their ideas into a business.

Lines by Media student – Monika Verma
"For us " as WLCI Media Students - The coalition goes much beyond just a platform showcasing creativity. It served as a hub for inspiration- one that generates ideas, innovation, new technologies and creative visions.

On 4th March the Journalism session was featured by KAVI BHANSALI. An exciting session, that discussed about the advertisements of news or the news models of private news channels. I attended the content session which was featured with MALINI of Miss. MALINI and Miss. RHEA GUPTY . They discussed their success stories, their achievements and hard work. There were many workshops and food stalls. On 5th March the Chief Minister of Delhi Mr. ARVIND KEJRIWAL discussed about the opportunities for creative professionals. The festival hosted power - packed panel discussions exploring social impacts of Art and Content Creation, thus encouraging unique perspective and motivating creative exchanges. We participated in the festival and learnt about all the possible new dimensions of Media and allied fields with much fun and frolic. It was indeed a great experience.

February 25, 2016
The students of the WLCI Media School Kolkata attended the Press Conference of just released romantic comedy ‘JAB TUM KAHO’ on 25th February 2016 at Palazzo Lounge in Kolkata. ‘Jab Tum Kaho’ has been directed by Vikram Shankar and stars Parvin Dabas, Ambalika Sarkar and Shirin Guha in leading roles. It has been produced by Vikram Shankar and Rajiv Kumar with music by Shankar Mahadevan and Mohit Chauhan. The film released on February 26, 2016.

Parvin Dabas made his debut with Monsoon Wedding, a cross- over film directed by Mira Nair and has since appeared in over 10 Bollywood films.He starred in a wide range and different genres of films The Hero: Love Story of a Spy where he played the character of Salman; in My Name Is Khan, a larger than life film, he portrayed the role of Bobby Ahuja, in Ghanchakkar as Uttam and in Ragini MMS 2, a horror film as Rocks. His outstanding performance was in Khosla Ka Ghosla playing Chiraunjilal 'Cherry' Khosla.

Shirin Guha who is playing the second lead in ‘JAB TUM KAHO’ made her Bollywood debut with Lootera (2013) directed by Vikramaditya Motwane in which she enacted the role of Sonakshi Sinha’s friend. In ‘JAB TUM KAHO’, Shirin portrays the character of Divya. An FTII alumnas, Shirin is currently working as an Acting Faculty in Ekta Kapoor’s acting school.

Ambalika Sarkar is a debutante from Kolkata represents a vibrant, sweet Kolkata girl ‘Khushi’ in the film in ‘JAB TUM KAHO’ comes from a modeling background.

‘Jab Tum Kaho’ is a romantic comedy that deals with the concept of blind dating. In today’s world, where the concept is extremely popular among the youth, it hasn’t been portrayed in the films enough.

Speaking about his debut venture, director Vikram Shankar says, “Jab Tum Kaho is a story that almost every man will relate to. From the time the script was being developed, to the casting, I have tried my best to keep it based on reality so that everyone who watches it can connect to the characters and the series of life events.”

The Media students of WLCI Kolkata got the practical exposure of covering a press conference, learnt about the concept of staging and set up of a press conference, and met several journalists, the way they conduct interview celebrities, and got familiarized with overall structure of the press conference.

November 25, 2015
Meet the Real India
The Department of Media at the WLCI Kolkata campus visited the handicraft and handloom fair held at the Central Park in Salt Lake, Kolkata. Organized by Art Illuminates Mankind (AIM) from 27th November, 2015. The students captured the rich heritage of timeless creations of rural artisans across the country.

Karigar Haat is a platform for numerous artisans and a cultural carnival which featured folk artistes from various parts of Bengal showcasing their performances such as Dhamsa, Baul, Chhou, Natua, Pata Naach, Sarpa along with puppet shows and folk dances from south India. The festival had more than 100 stalls and included antique wooden furniture from Saharanpur with unique ‘Nakashi’ work, Terracotta Craft from Haryana, Printed textile ( kalamkari prints from Andhra Pradesh, Batik Prints from Shanti Niketan, West Bengal, Madhubani prints from Bihar, traditional tribal jewellery from Karnataka, world famous Moradabad’s brass items, bamboo craft etc.

Ranging from Rs 400 to Rs 24,000, ‘Lucknowi Chikan’ stall was the best choice for the royal taste of India. According to Mr. Singh, owner of the stall, “Hum yanha kapde nahi, kala lekar aaye hain”. Mr Singh is a 65 year old M.A. Graduate and a skilled artisan who devoted his whole life to this art of chikankari. Khadi, Bhagalpuri and Jute fabrics were other attractions.

Handmade lamps with Kalamkari print on a light leather sheet from the artisans of Andhra Pradesh were picked up by many visitors who believed that these lamps will give a touch of rural India to their urban homes.

Karnataka Tribal jewellery made of precious and semiprecious stone and metal were a hit. The salesman said, “There is a huge demand of tribal jewellery, especially in Bengal. Sometimes they give us order and we supply them by courier in case of stock out of certain items”.

Art Illuminates Mankind (AIM), a welfare organization with vision of wellbeing of artisans and uplifting their work organizes Karigar Haat every year to promote their priceless work at national and international level.

November 14, 2015
The Kolkata International Film Festival 2015
WLCI, Kolkata campus exposed the students of the Department of Media to one of the gala film festivals of India, the Kolkata International Film Festival (KIFF). As the students witnessed the showcase of the best cinema across the globe, it was observed that The Kolkata International Film Festival is turning bigger and better.
KIFF is the second oldest film festival in India. Commenced on 14th November, 2015 at the Nandan Cinema Complex where most of the screenings took place, KIFF turn 21 this year. The living legend of Indian Cinema Mr Amitabh Bachchan who inaugurated the festival emphasized on the role of Cinema in communication in the wake of controversies over communal prejudices dividing the world. This statement received a rocking response from the spectators. Other than Mr Bachchan, veteran actress like Sharmila Tagore, Jaya Bachchan, Mousami Chatterjee, Madhavi Mukherjee and Sandhya Roy were present in the ceremony. The Chief Minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee, presided over the function.
The showcase of 149 movies by 137 directors from 61 countries screened at 12 venues over 8 days of which 23 were Indian movies, KIFF this year was one supreme celebration in the city of joy. Famous documentaries like Tribute, Bappaditya Bandhopadhyay and movies like Vishada Male, Last Page, Eccentricities of a Blonde- Haired Girl, Six Feet High, Panhala and many more were screened.
The socio- realist drama ‘The Wednesday Child’, a story of a rebellious teen mother fighting for the custody of her young son and directed by Lili Horvath bagged the award in the Best Film category at the Film Festival. The Best Woman Director award was proudly won by Libia Stella Gomez for her film ‘Ella’, which tells a heartwarming story of an old man who struggles to gather money for the funeral of his wife.
The striking posters, the long- drawn promotional campaign, the best films chosen by a team of expert delegates visiting Cannes were the major steps to make the 21st edition of the KIFF this year a big success.
India’s plurality and greatness in diversity resonates in this festival. It takes cinema to the common man. The organizers ensured to make it a success and attracted the cinema lovers from different parts of the city / country to come and witness one of the most expensive film festivals of India.

August 15, 2015
WLCI KOLKATA organized a small programme at the campus to mark the celebrations of Independence Day in India, a day of pride for every Indian. As the college was all set to celebrate this great day, students from all the departments were all geared up and enthused to perform on the occasion.
In the august presence of the Campus Director, Mr Bipul Sutradhar, the staff members, and the faculties, the students kicked off the activity singing the patriotic National Anthem ‘Jana Gana Mana’. This was followed by a motivational speech by a media student to pay tribute to the freedom fighters wsho sacrificed their lives for us and salute the Indian soldiers who keep their lives at stake to protect and safeguard the lives of the citizens of India.
The event witnessed the active participation of enthusiastic students from the department of Media, Graphics, Fashion and Business. The girls from the Fashion department put up a small gig, a dance show, on a patriotic song ‘Desh Rangilaa’ from the movie ‘Fanaa’ featuring Aamir Khan and Kajol. This was followed by a skit, a theatrical performance on social issues and the harsh realities of life. It covered the topics Corruption, Domestic Violence, Female Foeticide, and Transgender Inequality. This wonderful theatrical play left the crowd applauding and cheering the students. The college wrapped the day’s programme by organizing a CSR activity, a noble initiative, wherein the entire team contributed their bit towards providing food to the street and slum kids. Students from the all the departments volunteered to disseminate the food packets to more than 50 kids at the vicinity of City Centre I in Salt Lake, Kolkata. The students’ hard-word and dedication towards this initiative is well appreciated.

Overall, a great celebration indeed!
WLC College India presents the Designers of Tomorrow
The graduating batch of the WLCI Creative School celebrated the culmination of their journey and announced the beginning of their professional life in a mega event, in New Delhi. The event was organized at the Oakwood Lawns, Tivoli Garden, Chattarpur. WLCI presented the promising designers of tomorrow in front of an elite audience.
Art workshop at Swaraj Art Archive
The students of WLCI Advertising & Graphic Design School participated in an Art workshop at the Swaraj Art Archive gallery on the 8th of April 2015. The event included a talk on art and women and an art exhibition. The theme of the well curated exhibition was ‘Woman as an expression of an emotion - Harmony, Love, Pride, Devotion and Acquiescence’- the show provided a visual comparative of the iconography associated with each of the above emotions showcasing the depth of Indian art from the 1900's to now. This was followed by a live demonstration by a young artist Harsh (graduate from UK ) who explained the drawing techniques and the process of thinking. Finally the students participated in an art workshop on inspiring women, the work of the students will be exhibited by the gallery.
Taj Mahotsav - Feb 2015
Taj Mahotsav, one of the most eagerly awaited festivals, was celebrated from 18th to 27th February at Shilpgram near the Eastern gate of "River Yamuna". The 10 days long carnival is celebrated every year. It is a vibrant and colourful platform that gives information of India about where can you find India’s rich arts, crafts, cultures, cuisine, dance and music. WLCI Media student (Sneha Singh) took the initiative of covering the Mahotsav. The theme of the 2015 Festival was “sanskriti ka satrangi utsav” where renowned veteran artists like Kailah Kher (classical singer and composer), Sunil Grover (stand-up comedian) , Pt. Ronu Majumdar ( bansuri vadak),Dr. Deepti Bhalla( Kathak dancer), Peenaj Masani (gazal singer), Shaan (singer) and many more artists presented their talents.
Quintessence 2014
WLCI School of Fashion hosted a glamorous fashion show ‘Quintessence’ at Oakwood Lawns, Trivoli Garden, Chattarpur in October 2014 where students showcased their exquisite, collections. The signature collections presented by the fashion students met the industry standards and dazzled the eminent fashion designers, stylists and fashion merchandisers present at the glorious occasion. The event was marked by the presence of distinguished jury members and industry leaders who critically reviewed and evaluated fashion students work. The collections conceived and crafted by the students were thought to be “Trendsetters “and praised by elite names in the fashion industry in one voice.
Infinite Possibilities 2014
Infinite Possibilities represents positivity which is limitless and has alternative solutions. It stands for “Creativity which has no limits”.

This year’s exhibition “ Infinite Possibilities 2014 ,the sustainable statement was currated by the Deepti Baveja National Head , WLCI School of Advertising & Graphic Design .The exhibition was currated on corrugated boxes. It was design statement that challenged the traditional approach and was dedicated to encourage and implement sustainable alternatives.

WLCI School of Advertising & Graphic Design presented the creativity of the young Thinking Designers, a collection of student art works that embodied, Lateral thinking, Skill, and Innovation. The students showcased Contemporary Design, Modular Typography, Illustrations, Editorial Design, Advertising Campaigns, Photography, Corporate Identity, Branding, Interactive media etc.

The event attracted a large number of students, parents, art teachers, graphic designers, art lovers, advertising and media personalities. This year the exhibition was inaugurated by an internationally renowned artist Mrs. Kanchan Chandra & Ms A.K Manan Executive President, Creative Director McCann Erickson A.K Manan & Director Modi Revlon Deepak Bhandari
Chimera 2014
Chimera - an organism with material from a variety of sources; a fusion of diverse DNAs, embodying the true spirit of creativity. Nascent thoughts, nurtured into viable ideas and transformed into works of creative genius

Creative minds, guided aptly, produce some breathtaking results. Every collection makes a statement, leaving an indelible mark of its own.

The juxtaposing of knowledge & skill, topped with an innate attitude, yet another set of masterpieces from WLCI. WLCI Creative School is privileged to showcase the collections of its graduating batch of 2014: Chimera 2014!
Penumbra 2014 – Mumbai Design Show
Penumbra: a shadow; a state of being unknown; inconspicuous; plucked from obscurity to star in a Broadway musical!

Yes, at WLCI we strive to facilitate the metamorphosis of creative genius. Incubating raw skills & talent through our pedagogy,to profound glory. Our students have done us proud in the past and continue to be in the limelight of the media world though sheer grit & acumen.

Showcasing yet another delightfully fresh theme of contemporary & ethnic works loaded with suave substance & style.
U, Me and Nature -A Delightful evening well-spent at WLCI
A cool summer evening, smell of freshly bloomed jacaranda’s filling the air, enthusiastic crowd of teachers, mentors and students; a plethora of natural materials like-jute, fabric, shells, beads, and an eager potpourri of visitors waiting to try their hands at different mediums; no better way of spending an evening amidst nature at a workshop which was designed with earthy tones and craft in mind.

Saturday, on 28th of June 2014, WLCI, Delhi hosted a Nature workshop- U, Me and Nature, which was open and free for all students and visitors from 4.00 to 7.30 pm. Participants dabbled in various mediums of art & design to create articles like graffiti painted T-shirts, glass-art, screen-painted scarves, block-printed objects and many more artifacts made out of natural materials. Here are the details of some of the fun activities that were lined up for the students & visitors:

Graffiti Painting- The students/ visitors used paint, natural-stencils to get creative with colors and used their imagination to ‘graffiti-paint’ T-shirts made out of cotton. The visitor’s got a taste of the pop-culture and had a gratifying experience trying out different designs on the fabric. T-Shirt Macramé: The visitor’s learned the age-old sailor’s craft of Macramé and tried their hands at embellishing the T-Shirts with knots.

Color Your Scarf: The visitors used the popular form of stenciling or ‘Screen Printing’ to give a make-over to the scarf. Took back home a souvenir that they had made with their own hands! Embellishing the T-shirts: Everyone got a chance to embellish their garments with natural materials like beads, shells, and colored-dori’s. They got a chance to make a ‘just okay’ garment turn to a ‘spectacular’ one! Design Your Identity: Some of the participants, used ‘Block-Prints’ on natural materials like jute and cotton, to create motifs which were ethnic and beautiful. They showcased the same to their friends with pride! Glass Painting: A few students concentrated on unleashing their creativity by using the ‘Gothic’ art-form of Glass-painting and gave the most common glass-tumbler a surprising ‘Facelift’. Gulping some tasty Hot Chai while glass-painting got the participants enthusiastically going on… (Proceeds from the Chai-stall were donated to the local Chaiwala’s).

Mind Games: This particular activity got a whole lot of crowd. Students and visitors tried their hand at solving jigsaw puzzles as they were timed while they were solving them! The students got their grey-cells charged and hand-eye coordination in sync with this activity. Block Printing on Fabric: Some visitors tried printing on ‘Earthy’ fabrics such as muslin, cotton and jute and created eco-friendly bags with delight!

The event was infused with enthusiasm, zest and a whole lot of positivity. The existing WLCI students also got a chance to display their work and projects at the “Cutting Edge” Hall. The visitors/participants took a “Pledge to Plant a Tree” and wrote a short-message conveying the same on the Tree-dashboard.

Kudos to students, participants, visitors, teachers, mentors and organizers; for organizing and making such a unique and successful event. All in all the experience of a workshop amidst nature was rejuvenating and replenishing and everyone left the venue with a smile on their face, encoring for more such events…
Melbourn Cup Contest
The Melbourne cup is Australia's popular horse racing event that is organized every year on the first Tuesday of November. Held at the Flemington Race Course in Melbourne, its the race that apparently stops the nation. It's in its 154th year this time, and the excitement surrounding it is far from dying down. Since 2011, The Australian Community in Chennai, with support from the Australian Consulate General has organized this Melbourne Cup Charity event in Chennai. Just like most derby events, it entails a blend of fashion, sport, cocktails and charity. The event showcased outfits designed by students from around the city's colleges. This was a part of a design contest for which 58 students registered. Six students from WLCI chennai participated where two of them were shortlisted to the finals. The students were judged by Vivek Karunakarn, Sidney Sleaden and Mini Menon and the winner of the contest was Priyanga Jayaraman from Wigan and Leigh College, Chennai. The students who participated in the event felt that the Melbourne Cup Contest was a very big platform to showcase their designs on an international phase.
St. Joseph College Fest (2014), Bangalore
Participated in: Inter college fashion show
Position: bagged first prize
WLCI students have participated in St. Joseph college fest-2014 ,fashion show with theme, NOIR (the 1940’s gangster and vamp culture) Students had choreographed, styled, and even have presented them as models. They won first prize with Mega mart gift vouchers
Garden City College Fashion Competition
Participated in: Inter college fashion show
Position: bagged first prize
WLCI students have participated in Garden city college fest-2014, fashion show with theme, TOURISM. Students have represented tourism to fashion destination Paris. Students had choreographed, styled, created audio-visual clips to support their theme and even have presented them as models.
Visit to GTN Industries
Garment Production and Manufacturing is very important aspect of the Fashion program. Our students got to visit Knitwear Manufacturing unit and the cotton spinning unit of Hyderabad oldest textile Industry. The students had interaction with pattern master and production unit of the knitwear unit to understand how the export industry works.
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