Intecap Fashion Runway 2016

Intecap Fashion Runway 2016

A total of 78 participants appeared on the catwalk

T he Technical Institute of Training and Productivity (INTECAP), through the Technology Workshop of the Clothing and Textiles Industry of the Guatemala 1 Training Center, held the Fashion Runway for the fourth consecutive time. An event in which the exponents, who have been trained at INTECAP, show off the knowledge acquired in the textile industry. The catwalk took place at IRTRA Mundo Petapa in Plaza Mi Barrio, located in zone 12.

Those who attended were able to see more than 70 designs from the fall-winter 2017-2018 collection, which encompass an urban, modern, vintage style that radiates glamour, femininity and elegance.

With this presentation, the capacity and knowledge acquired by the participants in the career of Industrial Design Technician of clothing and dressmaker from the different INTECAP Training Centers were demonstrated.

“It becomes a platform for entrepreneurs in the textile sector to discover the talent that INTECAP generates with the training provided, and allows young people to acquire self-confidence and the certainty that everything they set their minds to can be achieved with effort.” and dedication” mentioned Nora Oliveros, Head of the Textile Workshop, INTECAP.

On November 2 and 3 at the Guatemala 1 Training Center, Ciudad de Plata II, zone 7, free seminars were held for people interested in topics related to the textile sector and the offline Illustration and in-person Illustration contests.

The trends: Ambient Garden, Boho Blues, Stripe-Happy, Girl-Fire, Green Machine, Wild-Ocean, Orenage-Slice, Pink-Violet, Sage-Garden, Surf-Gypsy, Urban-Decay, seek to stand out through the textures feminine beauty, many inspired by military costumes, Art Deco, handicrafts, textiles and fabrics of our Guatemalan culture.

The names of some of the collections presented were: Noche de Antaño, Libre Movimiento, Renacer, Guatemala’s Stripesstyle and Movimiento en Líneas.

In 2005, the Government of the Republic of Korea, through its International Cooperation Agency (KOICa), provided the Government of Guatemala with valuable financial support of $1,000 for the execution of the Clothing and Textiles Technology Workshop.