Career Opportunities

A strong marksheet, coupled with their portfolio, saw them through one of the top brands in India, Shantanu and Nikhil, which was a dream come true. Taruni and Shubham began there as an intern and eventually acquired the position of an assistant designer for womenswear and menswear, respectively within two months of time. Following that, seemingly reflecting their ascension, the city seemed so much more alive and full of aspirations and dreams waiting to be discovered and chased. They endeavoured to make the most of every opportunity that came their way. There, they got maximum opportunities to show their talent and got to make various designs. Over time, they were made responsible of dealing with clients, understanding their requirements and ensuring delivery of good finished products. Handling clients independently made them realise different tastes of people from various walks of life and also how to develop a design from scratch i.e. from taking an order to delivering the finished garment correctly and on time. They also got to know about the various problems that occur during the design process and also how to rectify them to some extent. Thus, they became accustomed and learned to appreciate the different abilities this field demanded. Their endeavours were appreciated and their conviction to further understand the practical aspect of fashion design was deepened.


After Shantanu and Nikhil, Taruni worked in another fashion firm named Raa Design, where she was an Assistant Designer but was alongside managing and responsible for all the works personally including designing, management, marketing of merchandise, maintaining stock inventories, fabric, accessories and dyeing challans, dealing with clients and buyers. She also used to represent the brand independently in India and abroad as the company had buyers and stores in London.

“Be brave. Take risks. Nothing can substitute experience.” – Anonymous

This only strengthened their resolve in deciding that fashion is what they wanted to pursue for the rest of thier life.



In the midst of college, Taruni also had the chance to take up two, two month long internships over two years, which would round of her practical education in fashion. In 2010, after her first year in college, she got a chance to intern with Pearl Global Pvt. Ltd., a big export house, in which she was a part of the merchandising department, and got individual orders to handle from various buyers. In 2011, after her second year, she got to intern with Bora Knitwear Pvt. Ltd., the manufacturing unit of Woodland, where she was once again in the merchandising department, and got to know and be a part of the entire process, from the initial creative process, to the manufacturing stage.


As a firm believer in the power of possibilities and not in the limitations imposed upon them, they always strove to perform to the best of their capabilities. They have always felt the inner drive to push beyond their comfort zone and make their mark in every pursuit of life, no matter how small. As time passed by, they wanted to take this artform up as a career.