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Q1. Why did you choose design as a career ?

Since childhood I was more into art, so after 12th when I had to choose my main stream, I decided to go for a design college where you learn how to convert art into some functionality, which becomes design of any product which reaches the end consumers. Therefore conversions of my art into design is what I choose to do in my career.

Q2. Where do you visualise yourself five years from now?

As an entrepreneur having my own design house, hopefully.

Q3. Whom do you consider your mentor/Guru and why?

The first person is my dad, he always supported me for what I wanted to do in my life. Though I grew up in a engineer family background, he supported me to study designs and always with me standing like a pillar of my life.He always teach me that live simple but never think simple in your ambition. If it is tough because it is higher then your reach. You have to reach there.2nd my grandmother ( mom side) , I grew up wearing  her designed frock in my childhood, her hand crafted show pieces always fascinated me. And how she used to design something from waste material since that time, which the world is now following as sustainability. She could have been the best Designer at her times, though she was a head mistress of her school and teaches a lot of people about her art and craft. 

Q4. What is the basic theme of your designing and why?

I design for whatever is  on going design trend in both home furnishings and apparel sector, having knowledge of what gonna come the next year by forecasting  on new trend for seasons.

Q5. Write your autobiography ?

I’m a textile Designer grew up in heart core of Mumbai city, Nift Mumbai pass out of 2018 batch and currently working with the textile firms  and getting experienced for future own venture or business.Though I was a science student, my interest was more into creating artwork, therefore textile studies gave me both the exposure of art and  science. As a textile Designer I always seek for what more I can create supporting sustainability and sustain our art forms through fabrics.


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