FOUNDATIONAL COURSE IN FASHION DESIGNING provide students with a strong understanding of the basic principles and techniques of fashion design. The course is designed to equip students with the knowledge and skills necessary to pursue a career in fashion design or related fields.
Developing students’ creative skills: One of the primary objectives of a fashion designing course is to help students develop their creativity and innovation in designing clothes and accessories.
Teaching fundamental design concepts: Another objective of a fashion designing course is to teach students fundamental design concepts, such as color theory, textile science, pattern-making, draping, and garment construction.
Building technical skills: A fashion designing course aims to equip students with technical skills that are required in the fashion industry, such as sewing, embroidery, fabric manipulation, and fashion illustration.
Encouraging critical thinking: A fashion designing course aims to encourage students to think critically about fashion and its impact on society, culture, and the environment.
Preparing students for a career in fashion: A fashion designing course aims to prepare students for a career in the fashion industry by providing them with practical experience, industry connections, and exposure to different areas of the fashion industry.
Fostering collaboration and teamwork: Many fashion designing courses include projects that require students to work in teams, thereby fostering collaboration and teamwork skills that are crucial in the fashion industry.
UG PROGRAMS: B Des, B F Tech, BSc in Fashion Design
PG PROGRAMS: M. Des., M.F.M., M.F Tech.
COURSE DURATION: 2 days
Fashion designer: The most obvious career path for fashion design graduates is to become a fashion designer. Fashion designers create clothing and accessories for individuals or companies, and may specialize in a particular type of clothing, such as women’s wear or children’s wear.
Textile designer: Textile designers create patterns and designs for fabrics that are used in clothing, home décor, and other products. They work with a variety of materials and techniques, including printing, weaving, and embroidery.
Costume designer: Costume designers create costumes for theater, film, and television productions. They work closely with directors, actors, and other members of the production team to create costumes that fit the needs of the production.
Fashion buyer: Fashion buyers are responsible for selecting and purchasing clothing and accessories for retail stores or fashion companies. They must have a good understanding of fashion trends and consumer preferences.
Fashion merchandiser: Fashion merchandisers work with retailers and fashion companies to create product displays and marketing campaigns that promote their products to consumers. They must have a good understanding of the target market and the latest fashion trends.
Fashion stylist: Fashion stylists work with individuals or companies to create outfits and looks that are appropriate for different occasions or events. They may work with celebrities, models, or individuals who want to improve their personal style.
Fashion journalist: Fashion journalists write about fashion trends and events for newspapers, magazines, or online publications. They must have a good understanding of the fashion industry and be able to write engaging and informative articles.
- Lectures 8
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2 days
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate No
- Assessments Yes