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A Monthly Newsletter

Issue No. 002

Aditya, FD-2nd Yr.

2nd

FD-

Yr.

Table of Content
S.No.

Contents

Page No.

Blood Donation Camp Organized

Winners and Answer key of Inquisitive Insight No 2

Industrial Visit @ Sai Baba Polymer Technologies (P) Ltd.Industrial

Visit to Uphaar Textiles Panipat

General Awareness Quiz Competition

Industrial Visit @ M/s Diamond and M/s Lancer Footwear

Industrial Visit @ Grasim Bhiwani Textile Ltd

Doctorate Degree to Ms. Jyoti Sardana

Alumni of the Month

10

Company of the Month

11

Fashion Designing Corner@ FDDI Rohtak - Career Options

10

12

Business Entrepreneurship Corner@ FDDI Rohtak - The World Is


Changing Fast

11

13

Retail Corner@ FDDI Rohtak - The Art of Visual Merchandising

12

14

Footwear Corner@ FDDI Rohtak - Step up your shoe game

13

15

Inquisitive Insight No 3

14

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May 2016

Buzz@ FDDI Rohtak

Blood Donation Camp Organised


A blood donation camp was organized at our campus on 12th April, 2016. In this event, the students of
the institute, teachers and the staff
participated wholeheartedly. The
organizing committee witnessed an
overwhelming response as more than
56 donors donated blood. On this
occasion, Dr. Atul Asthana, the Centre
Incharge, expressed his views on the
importance of blood donation and said
this blood donation camp as the very
first in the series of socially relevant and
charitable events by the institute. The
Executive Director, Mr. Vikas Singh
(IRS) highlighted the importance of
such social values being imbibed by the
students besides business instincts
which leads to character formation amongst the FDDIans. He added that Blood is a precious gift that
saves human lives and blood
donation being the most
remarkable and noble act of service
to the mankind He vowed, the
institute to remain relevant towards
rural contributions, education,
healthcare & hygiene, orphanages
and cleanliness drives at regular
intervals besides contributing to
'gender imbalance and
discrimination' initiatives by the
state government.
All the HODs ensured a constant
encouragement to the students for
donating blood. Worth mentioning
here, is the contribution from 'Lotte India Corporation Ltd' who supported this cause by gifting Lotte
'Choco-pie' gift packs to all the donors, volunteers and members.

Answer to Inquisitive Insight No 2


Answer keys 1- A, 2-C, 3-A, 4-D, 5-A, 6-D, 7-B, 8-C, 9-B, 10-D

Winners of Inquisitive Insight No 2


1) Garima Sakhuja, B. Des (FSFD) 3rd Year
2) Vaibhav Mahajan, B. Des (FSFDP) 3rd Year
3) Mukul Arora, B. Des (FSFDP) 3rd Year
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May 2016

Buzz@ FDDI Rohtak

Industrial Visit @ Sai Baba Polymer Technologies (P) Ltd


The students of FDDI School of Footwear Design and Production (FSFDP) visited the Sai Baba Polymer
Technologies (P) LTD., Rohtak on 19th April
2016 to understand the processing of Polymers
for making plastic products.
M/s Sai Baba Polymers are the sole bucket
manufacturers for Asian Paints and is having
three such plants catering the full requirement
of Asian Paints. The unit has a state of art plant
for producing Polypropylene (plastic) buckets,
with five injection moulding machines of
different capacities.
The objective of the visit was to provide a basic
knowledge of plastic processing and to make
them conversant with the new generation
technological aspects in the modern
developing world of polymer as the same
processing is being used during the
manufacturing of footwear soles and moulded shoes, moreover to show them the functioning of a
systematic plant following '5S'compliance right from the raw material to finished goods store to achieve the
desired level of output.
The factory plant head initially described the brief flow chart of the processing including raw material and
machine details. Later on the plant visit was headed by the Head- Quality Control who explained the
complete functioning of each machine including tool room machinery. After plant visit, again plant head
summarized the total functioning followed by the vote of thanks.
Mr. Shyam Katiyar, Sr. Faculty & HOD(FSFDP) and Dr. A. K. Mathur, Consultant, (FSFDP) accompanied
and guide students of B. Des, 6th Semister (POM and M&M) during the visit. The visit proved to be a good
learning experience for the students. The students found the visit to be very useful with practical
knowledge and exposure.

Visit to Uphaar Textiles, Panipat


On 13th April 2016, 6th semester students of FDDI School of Business
Entrepreneurship(FSBE) & FDDI School of Fashion Design(FSFD) visited
Uphaar Textiles, a Panipat based home furnishing unit. This was planned under
their courses of Entrepreneurship and Home Furnishing, where they got to know
about how they can launch and run a new business venture. They also got an
opportunity to learn about the functioning of Dobby & Jaquard looms which are
used for weaving of various home furnishing articles. Dobby is a mechanism
attached to a loom for weaving small patterns similar to but simpler than those
produced by a Jacquard loom. Jaquard is an apparatus with perforated cards,
fitted to a loom to facilitate the weaving of figured and brocaded fabrics. Three
faculties
Dr. Amit Taneja (Sr. Faculty FSBE), Dr. Suman Pahal (Sr.
Faculty,FSBE) and Ms. Shikha Ahuja (Associate Faculty, FSFD) accompanied
students during this visit.
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May 2016

Buzz@ FDDI Rohtak

General Awareness Quiz Competition

Exuberating, motivating, enlightening and engaging would describe the Quiz Competition of FDDIRohtak. The competition was aimed at developing the knowledge and general awareness among the
students through healthy and highly motivating meet. The students prepared themselves up with a lot of
general knowledge for the quiz.
Under the umbrella of Knowledge and Literature Committee General Awareness Quiz Competition was
organized in two rounds on 7th & 12th April, 2016 at FDDI-Rohtak campus. Preliminary Round was conducted
in written and the students of all the departments participated with great zeal. Four toppers from each
department were selected to participate in the final
round .The questions based on four areas were
bombarded by the two faculty members Mr.Jatin Singh
and Mr.Nitya Dawra. Mazes of intuited and interesting
questions were asked to the students, testing each
aspect of the earlier set and informed criteria.
The students answered the questions pertaining to the
areas of Politics, Entertainment, Business and Sports in
two rounds of Normal and Rapid Fire. In order to give
audio visual treat and develop interest among students,
clippings of various audios and videos were added in the
quiz by the team members. The quiz had a rapid fire
round which made it more exciting for the students and the audience both. Each team put up a whole hearted
effort but FSBE aced the first prize, while the team from FSRFM stood second. The four students from FSBE
named:Mirza Ehpesham Beg,Akshay,Rajat,Insaaf Singh; were declared as Winners and the students
from FSRFM named;Ravi,Aditi,Sarthak ,Rishipal were declared as Runners.
The event concluded with the accolades of receiving trophies, certificates and pens as the token of
recognition and motivation among students.
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May 2016

Buzz@ FDDI Rohtak

Industrial Visit @ M/s Diamond and M/s Lancer Footwear

The students of FDDI School of Footwear Design & Production (FSFDP) visited the M/s Diamond and
M/s Lancer Footwear; Bahadurgarh on 22nd April ,2016.
The objective of this visit was to provide a solid foundation & to make them conversant with latest
technological developments in Footwear Technology, which is manufacturing a variety of EVA, PU, PVC,
Vulcanized Processed Footwear for domestic &
export market. Students were guided by the factory
experts who highlighted the relevance of overall
functionality of footwear manufacturing unit from
cutting till packaging stage. Moreover Lancer is one
of the emerging companies in North India which has
started manufacturing wide range of PU, & moulded
footwear for the companies like Diamond.
Diamond comes under top ten companies of
footwear in the area of EVA, PU, PVC, Vulcanized
Processed Footwear manufacturing and a biggest
supplier of a Paragon Footwear Pvt. Ltd. in North
India. Through this visit the students also got an
opportunity to learn about the working atmosphere and various functional areas like manufacturing, quality
control, supply chain logistics and other major operations of the company.
Total 50 students from B.Des 2nd semester & M.Sc. 2ndsemester with Mr. Naresh Kumar (Faculty,FSFDP) &
Mr.Rajender Kumar (Instructor,FSFDP) visited these industries & gained practical knowledge related with
advanced development in Footwear Technology.
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May 2016

Buzz@ FDDI Rohtak

Industrial Visit at Grasim Bhiwani Textile Ltd.

On 30th April 2016, Footwear Design & Development Institute


(FDDI), Rohtak organized an industrial visit for its students at
Grasim Bhiwani Textiles Ltd. It is a subsidiary of Grasim Industries
Ltd having strong presence in manufacturing of Polyester Viscose
fabric catering the market under brands Grasim & Graviera and
also exporting its fabric to various reputed brands. The company
utilizes strong manufacturing facilities comprising of fiber dying,
yarn spinning, weaving , processing and folding with state-of-theart machines , processes and professional environment.
The students of FDDI School of Fashion Design (FSFD) 2nd
semester and FDDI School of Retail & Fashion Merchandise
(FSRFM) were taken to industrial visit with an objective to give
practical knowledge of textile manufacturing right from fiber
processing, spinning to packaging of finished suit lengths. This
visit will add value in their future careers as textile designers, fabric
technologists, merchandisers, buyers, entrepreneurs, etc.
Mr. Virender Singh (HR Manager) guided the student during
industrial visit and explained all the processes involved in textile
manufacturing.
Mr. Anil Yadav (Faculty, FSFD) & Mr. Vikas (Faculty, FSRFM) accompanied & guided students during this
visit and introduced them about all the processes required during spinning, weaving, and finishing
fabrics.
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May 2016

Fabulous FDDIans
Doctorate Degree to Ms Jyoti Sardana
Let us all be a part of the exhilaration of Dr. Jyoti Sardana, Sr. Faculty, FDDI School Retail and Fashion
Merchandise (FSRFM) by wishing her with the thoughtful congratulatory message,who has been awarded
with the Doctorate Degree from Uttarakhand Technical
University on the topic"Some Behavioral Determinants of
Strategic Leadership in Improving the Performance of the
Organisation: A study in Automotive Tyre Industries of India.
It is a matter of great pride and delight that FDDI is blessed with
such meritorious,hard-working and studious faculty members
who are keen and zealous to upgrade themselves.The
perseverance and dedication of faculty members will play a
detrimental role in taking FDDI to the pinnacles of success.
The above mentioned research was executed under the
guidance of two eminent personalities i.e. Dr. R.K.Dwivedi
(Former Director, Ceat and Indraprastha College of
Engineering and Technology) and Dr.Manvinder Singh Pahwa
(Professor-Manipal University,Jaipur) with an objective to find
out the major determinants of Strategic Leadership which play
an important role in improving the performance of the
organization or developing the Strategic Leadership traits in themselves.
After having an extensive review of literature and applying the techniques of Meta Analysis, T-Analysis and
Factor Analysis, it has been
found that 69 found
antecedents could be
condensed into 14 factors
when the data was collected
from Tyre Industry.
In today's economy Tyre
Industry is one of the major
and extremely significant
sector as it is going to play
deciding role in bringing India
ahead of China in the race of
being the "Super Power" in
2020.The study has been
proven to be quite beneficial to
Tyre Industry categorically in
making it clear how the leaders can be converted into Strategic leaders and preparing the training modules
emphasizing upon the characteristics which have attained more factor loadings and been ranked higher
during the analysis.
In nut shell,the research will prove beneficial to both the industry as well as academia and provide valuable
contribution to the existing literature.
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May 2016

From the Desk of Placement Cell

Alumni of the Month


Name of the Alumni Parmender Deswal (Batch 2011 - 13, PGDFT)
Current Designation Designing & Marketing Head
Name of the Company Sonark Floorings, Delhi
1) What and where was your first job?
a. Geox Footwear (Retail), New Delhi.
2) What were the key learnings from it?
a. Concept of retail market, different segments of market,
taste of customers, concept of sales & marketing,
sales planning.
3) Why did you choose FDDI, Rohtak and what did you like
about it? What would you have changed if you could
have?
a. After my bachelor, I was looking to pursue a career in design. So, I chose FDDI for
post graduation and had a stint in footwear design. FDDI is an
extreme amount of creative and artistic influence from the very
beginning and so it did in my career. The course required detailed
study of the footwear and its style and thereafter to design a
range of footwear based on the analysis keeping in mind a few
design priorities, such as form, scale & ergonomics, cost etc.
Working on the projects given in course made me more matured
in design and thoughts in general.
The best design is whose costing is less and the best seller in
market. Keeping in mind the projects given during the courses
should be more practical, concept based and design based. The
young designers during the courses should not be asked to
design anything; they should be guided to research the market,
analyze the customer demands and design accordingly.
4) Can you share one of the best experiences you had in FDDI, Rohtak?
a. Designing a factory model from waste material was one of the best experiences I
had in FDDI
5) Do you think the course you have undergone from FDDI helped you in personal as
well as professional growth?
a. Undoubtly, the course is helping me in every decision which I take every day when
I am under pressure in my daily work schedule. FDDI helped me to build my
thought that good product knowledge can take you to the new heights in the
market.
6) What would you look for if you were in the position to hire new graduates from
FDDI, Rohtak?
a. I would like to hire those professionals who have ideas of making business
convenient to customers and ability to take the risks with me.

The more you play with colors and curves, the more you become a matured
designer. -Parmender Deswal
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May 2016

From the Desk of Placement Cell


Company Of The Month

Tommy Hilfiger is one of the world's leading designer lifestyle brands and is internationally
recognized for celebrating the essence of classic American cool style, featuring preppy with
a twist designs.
Founded in 1985, Tommy Hilfiger delivers premium styling, quality and value to consumers
worldwide under the Tommy Hilfiger and Hilfiger Denim brands, with a breadth of
collections including Hilfiger Collection, Tommy Hilfiger Tailored, men's, women's and kids'
sportswear, denim, accessories, and footwear. In addition, the brand is licensed for a range
of products, including fragrances, eyewear, watches and home furnishings. Founder
Tommy Hilfiger remains the company's Principal Designer and provides leadership and
direction for the design process.
Tommy Hilfiger, which was acquired by PVH Corp. in 2010, is a global apparel and retail
company with more than 17,000 associates worldwide. With the support of strong global
consumer recognition, Tommy Hilfiger has built an extensive distribution network in over 90
countries and more than 1,400 retail stores throughout North America, Europe, Latin
America and the Asia Pacific region. Global retail sales of the Tommy Hilfiger brand were
US $6.7 billion in 2014.
Anchor stores are located in Amsterdam, Beijing, Berlin, Bogot, Buenos Aires, Cannes,
Cologne, Dublin, Florence, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Helsinki, Hong Kong, Istanbul, London,
Luxembourg, Madrid, Mexico City, Miami, Montral, Moscow, Mumbai, Munich, New York,
Osaka, Panama City, Santiago, So Paulo, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney,
Vancouver, Vienna, and Zurich.

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May 2016

Fashion Designing Corner@ FDDI Rohtak

Career Options

Dr. Ruchi Kholiya, Sr. Faculty & HOD (FSFD)

What can you do with a Fashion Degree? ( Cont... )


Besides designing, journalism, fashion marketing & PR there are number of other career options for a
fashion graduate. Read on for a selection of fashion careers you can pursue after graduating from a fashion
degree, with further advice on how to boost your CV for fashion jobs.
1) Fashion Merchandising and Fashion Buying
Fashion merchandising and fashion buying are careers dependent on being aware of upcoming
fashion trends before they hit the high street. If you pursue a fashion buying career, your job will be to
source and purchase on-trend products that will appeal to your company's clients and consumers.
Fashion merchandising, on the other hand, is slightly more business-orientated, with your main tasks
being to calculate how much a customer will spend and to ensure all the right products are found in
the right stores at the right time.
Fashion buying and fashion merchandising are key job roles within the retail industry, with hiring
organizations including department stores, retail chain stores, online retailers and smaller
independent shops and boutiques. So, if you're keen to forecast the latest trends and have an eye for
what will sell, careers in fashion merchandising or fashion buying may well be for you.
How to boost your graduate employability: A fashion blog; sound knowledge of current high
street/designer markets and trends; retail experience; numeracy skills; fashion internships in
buying, merchandising, design or marketing.
2) Fashion Production and Management
Fashion production is often thought of as the front line of the fashion industry, and much attention
and expertise is needed to ensure quality and consistency in the overall product. After gaining
experience in the area, management career possibilities will open up to you, allowing you to work
your way up the production ladder until you have your own team. Alternatively, you could gain a
postgraduate degree in management, specializing in a relevant area.
In recent years the innovational side of fashion production has grown considerably, with growing
emphasis on sustainability and zero-wastage, making it one of the more challenging and rewarding
fashion jobs due to its wide reach and relevance. Fashion-conscious eco-warriors with strong
leadership skills are prime candidates for fashion jobs in production.
How to boost your graduate employability: Interest in textiles and production processes;
leadership skills; experience in production/manufacturing; fashion internships (in production or
design).
3) Advertising
Linked to the field of fashion marketing, the advertising
industry can also provide a range of careers for fashion
graduates. Whether you're advertising high street
fashion, luxury fashion or related products, graduates
can use the skills acquired during their fashion degree to
better 'sell' the latest fashions to clients and consumers.
Fashion careers in advertising can be within print, film or
digital media and can include roles in fashion copywriting,
editorial, styling (for photo shoots etc.), multimedia
marketing and managing public relations.
How to boost your graduate employability: Experience working within a team; copywriting skills;
advertising/marketing internships; good command in softwares such as Corel DRAW, Adobe
Photoshop, Illustrator are also must for this profile.
Source: http://www.topuniversities.com/student-info/careers-advice/what-can-you-do-fashion-degree
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May 2016

Business Entrepreneurship Corner@ FDDI Rohtak

The World Is Changing Fast


In 1998, Kodak had 170,000 employees and sold 85% of all photo paper worldwide.
Within just a few years, their business model disappeared and they got bankrupt.
What happened to Kodak will happen in a lot of industries in the next 10 year - and most
people don't see it coming. Did you think in 1998 that three years later you would never take
pictures on paper film again? Yet digital cameras were invented in 1975. The first ones only
had 10,000 pixels, but followed Moore's law. So as with all exponential technologies, it was a
disappointment for a long time, before it became way superior and got mainstream in only a
few short years. It will now happen with artificial intelligence, health, autonomous and electric
cars, education, 3D printing, agriculture and jobs.
Software will disrupt most traditional industries in the next 5-10 years. Uber is just a software
tool, they don't own any cars, and are now the biggest taxi company in the world. Airbnb is
now the biggest hotel company in the world, although they don't own any properties.
Artificial Intelligence: Computers become exponentially better in understanding the world.
This year, a computer beat the best Go player in the world, 10 years earlier than expected. In
the US, young lawyers already don't get jobs. Because of IBM Watson, you can get legal
advice (so far for more or less basic stuff) within seconds, with 90% accuracy compared with
70% accuracy when done by humans.
Autonomous cars: In 2018 the first self driving cars will appear for the public. Around 2020,
the complete industry will start to be disrupted. You don't want to own a car anymore. You will
call a car with your phone, it will show up at your location and drive you to your destination.
You will not need to park it, you only pay for the driven distance and can be productive while
driving. Electric cars will become mainstream until 2020. Cities will be less noisy because all
cars will run on electric. Electricity will become incredibly cheap and clean: Solar production
has been on an exponential curve for 30 years, but you can only now see the impact. Last
year, more solar energy was installed worldwide than fossil.
Health: The Tricorder X price will be announced this year. There will be companies who will
build a medical device (called the "Tricorder" from Star Trek) that works with you phone,
which takes your retina scan, you blood sample and you breathe into it. It then analyses 54
biomarkers that will identify nearly any disease. It will be cheap, so in a few years everyone on
this planet will have access to world class medicine, nearly for free.
Agriculture: There will be a 100$ agricultural robot in the future. Farmers in 3rd world
countries can then become managers of their field instead of working all days on their fields.
Longevity: Right now, the average life span increases by 3 months per year. Four years ago,
the life span used to be 79 years, now it's 80 years.
Education: The cheapest smartphones are already at 10$ in Africa and Asia. Until 2020,
70% of all humans will own a smartphone. That means, everyone has the same access to
world class education.
Source: http://indiaopines.com/world-changing-fast/

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May 2016

The Art of Visual Merchandising


Kishor Sharma, Sr. Faculty (FSRFM)
Visual Merchandising is the art of displaying merchandise in a manner that is appealing to the eyes of the
customer. It sets the context of the merchandise in
an aesthetically pleasing fashion, presenting
them in a way that would convert the window
shoppers into prospects and ultimately buyers of
the product. A creative and talented retailer can
use this upcoming art to breathe in new life into his
store products. Passion for design and creativity
are essential to be a good visual merchandiser. A
perfect design process and the ability to create
ideas that are different are required. Awareness of
happenings in fashion world is needed so as to
keep up-to-date with the dynamics of the market
constantly.
Components of Visual Merchandising:
There are certain things which a retailer needs to take care while proceeding with the process of displaying
his products. These components when combined together in a proper ratio will make a successful outcome.
Make merchandise the focal point:
The main goal of display is to showcase the products within the overall display area. Customers give three
to five seconds of their attention to window display. The retailer's visual message should be conveyed to the
customer in that short period of time. It should not be like an unsuccessful TV advertisement, where the
product is forgotten altogether and only the concept of the commercial remains in the mind of the viewer.
The arrangement of window display should go with the product and should not suppress them to make it
discernable to the eye.
Right choice of colors is vital:
Color is one of the most powerful tools in the Visual Merchandising segment. It is a visual perceptual
property. Colors can be associated with emotions, special occasions and gender. It attracts attention and
pulls more customers into the store. A retailer has to focus on the right choice of color that would match with
the theme of display. It is not possible to satisfy everyone all the time, but it is possible to cultivate the taste of
customers gradually and purposefully.
Display themes to appropriately support the product:
A theme is a display of sale items of similar categories e.g. a
display of kitchen accessories. It's essential to have themes for
all retail displays. They can be romantic, wild, or capricious, and
capture people's imaginations.
A good theme will lure the customer with a shopping mood into
the store. Themes mainly depend upon the retailer's imagination
and creativity. Focusing on the right theme rather than creating a
display with expensive raw materials is the key to successful
window display. A shoe store theme can be a group of elves
buying shoes. A theme for display of casual wears can be a group of mannequins sitting casually at a get
together in different poses. Related themes will tug the heartstring of the customers and will pay off.
Source: http://www.fibre2fashion.com/industry-article/2804/rhe-art-of-visual-merchandisiing

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May 2016

Footwear Corner@ FDDI Rohtak

Step up your Shoe Game


Adam Derrick,founder,To Boot New York, has a belief about footwear.The right shoe speaks volumes
about how you view yourself and your to approach dressinghe says.
Derrick is passionate [and rightly, of course] about shoes. He
offers tips on how to ensure your closet is full of great leather
shoes.
Shop for Quality over Quantity;
I may be biased, but I think it's a mistake for men to not buy
quality footwear says Derrick.Unlike with a shirt or a Jacket,
your shoe have a big job to do. They have to regularly support
your entire body weight while being comfortable and
encouraging you to stay active and stand tall, and look great
all at the same time.
Derrick suggests two things; First look for a stitched sole.a
stitched sole is sturdier and more practical than a glued or
than a bonded sole. He also suggests buying footwear made
in Italy. In general, footwear made in Italy denotes a
production level that is of the highest quality he says.
Maintenance is Key
1. Wipe, then wear:
Derrick suggests wiping down your shoes with a soft
cloth or paper towel before putting them on. Dust can collect in the creases and will act as
sandpaper on the leather as you walk, he says. You could also try a all-natural product such as
shoe rescue to keep your kicks extra refreshed.
2. Spray suede:
Lightly mist, not saturate, your suede shoes with a water and stain protector spray, suggests
Derrick. And when they're dirty, brush up the nap with a suede brush.
3. Protect the color:
A good neutral cream polish will suffice for cleaning and moisturizing white leather, says Derrick.
Only if you scuff the leather should you match the color. For polishing burnished leatherthink a
shoe that has two tones rather than just being solidhe suggests using the color of the "body" of the
shoe, rather than the darker burnished toe.
4. Always use a cedar shoe tree:
The shoe tree irons out creases and maintains the original contours, says Derrick. The unfinished
cedar wood absorbs moisture and adds a fresh smell.
5. Rotate:
Don't wear the same pair of shoes two days in a row if you can help it, advises Derrick. He says
shoes should be rotated to let them completely dry out between wearings. This more than anything
prolongs the life of your shoes, he says. Another benefit to having a wardrobe of shoes.
Source: The Economic Times, 30th March 2016

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May 2016

Inquisitive Insight No 3
Q1) What property is required for sport shoes soles?
a) Grip
c) Flexibility & lightness
b) Abrasion
d) Crack resistance
Q2) Which fabric is used for shoe stitching?
a) Rayon
c) Silk
b) Nylon
d) None
Q3) For Safety/defense shoe, which part of the shoe has maximum importance?
a) Toe part
c) Counter stiffener
b) Heel part
d) Sole part
Q4) Which material is the lightest material for sole making?
a) Polyurethane(PU)

c) Rubber

b) Thermoplastic Rubber (TPR) d) PVC


Q5) Which types of shoes are generally used in rural areas?
a) Leather
c) Polyurethane(PU)
b) PVC
d) Rubber
Q6) The heel of ladies sandals are made up of
a) Wooden
c) Polystyrene
b) Leather
d) Rubber
Q7) EVA is mainly used in
a) Toe part
c) Insole
b) Counter stiffener
d) Sole
Q8) Which is the softest leather among them?
a) Calf leather
c) Goat leather
b) Buff leather
d) None of the above
Q9) Infant shoes are made up of
a) Canvas
c) PVC
b) Leather
d) PU
Q10) Which one is the bio-degradable product?
a) Nylon
c) Cotton
b) Synthetic Rubber
d) Polyester
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