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Swati Gupta

Area of Practice

Fashion & textiles


Bachelors in Fashion & Apparel design from NIFT Gujarat- 2004-08

Master’s diploma- Women’s wear fashion from Domus Academy – 2017

UI UX Certification Course from ITHL

Work Experience

  • Program Coordinator (Advanced Diploma) -JD Institute of Fashion Technology
  • Guest Faculty at NIFT, Bengaluru
  • H.O.D for Foundation Dett.- Arch College of Design and Business
  • Senior Womenswear Designer at Goodwill impex, Jaipur
  • Senior designer at Wings Fashion India, Jaipur
  • Designer at Jimmy Mode International
  • Designer at Ratan Textiles Jaipur

Interest Areas

Costume design, Image making, material studies, visual thinking, design thinking, illustration

Current Practice at Srishti

Fashion and textiles related subjects- understanding techniques, fashion illustration, portfolio development

Creative Practice and Outreach

World of Wearable art, New Zealand- Costumes designed for the competition

2010 - Open section women’s wear. Individual entry

2009 - Children’s wear category. Selected through FDCI

Khadi project - A project by KVIC, Jaipur, Rajasthan. -To to provide a model for revival and popularization of traditional Khadi through design intervention, including block printing for the Indian market.

Exhibitions and Workshops conducted at various schools about art and design practice

Installations and stalls deigned for various companies and college

Recent Units facilitated

Understanding techniques (Fabric)

Storyboard and illustration for fashion

Projects showcase:

Sample work from Studio ‘Understanding techniques’


Fabric manipulation using the technique of Applique and running stiches inspired by Coral reefs. Students: Sanjana Venkat


Fabric manipulation using the technique of Pleating and Smocking inspired by Paradise birds. Student- Shirodkar Aryahh Sachiien

Sample work from Workshop ‘Storyboard and illustration for Fashion’


Croquis stylization


Avant Garde Collection inspired by the beauty of skin and its various flaws and imperfections. Presented using biological illustrations and diagrams.
Student: Amrita Ananthakrishnan