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What you'll learn
Design Principles: Understand the fundamental principles of design, including color theory, balance, proportion, harmony, rhythm, and emphasis. These principles are essential for creating aesthetically pleasing and well-balanced designs.
Fashion History and Theory: Study the history of fashion, its evolution, and its impact on culture and society. Analyze different fashion movements and trends throughout history.
Fashion Sketching and Illustration: Develop your ability to sketch and illustrate fashion designs, both by hand and using computer-aided design (CAD) software. These sketches are essential for communicating your design concepts.
Fabric and Material Knowledge: Gain an understanding of various fabrics, textiles, and materials used in fashion design. Learn how to select the right materials for specific designs and understand their properties.
Pattern Making and Draping: Learn how to create patterns for garments, allowing you to cut and sew pieces together to form clothing. Draping involves manipulating fabric directly on a dress form to create patterns and designs.
Sewing and Garment Construction: Develop practical sewing skills, including machine sewing, hand sewing, and garment construction techniques. You'll learn how to turn your design sketches into actual clothing.
Fashion designers cater to a wide range of audiences with diverse tastes, needs, and preferences. Identifying and targeting the right audience is essential for the success of a fashion brand or designer
Fashion Illustration and Portfolio Development: Create a professional fashion design portfolio that showcases your best work, including sketches, designs, and completed projects.
Textile Design: Explore the art of textile design, which involves creating patterns and prints for fabrics used in fashion.
Costume Design: If you're interested in costume design for theater, film, or television, you may study costume design techniques, historical costumes, and character analysis.