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Fashion Design

Designing

Designing is the art and science to create, innovate, or execute & enhance the ideas and plans. Designing courses nowadays are the most lucrative and creative courses high in demand amongst the students who want to pursue fashion or interior as their career options.

Fashion Designing

Fashion Designing is a specialized course of art and design that comprises a wide spectrum of fabrics, styles, colors, patterns and trends that outlines fashion of a particular ‘ERA’. It is not only limited to clothes and trends but also includes the area of footwear, handbags, and accessories. The combined study of all these aspects comes under the fashion designing course.

Designing

Designing is the art and science to create, innovate, or execute & enhance the ideas and plans. Designing courses nowadays are the most lucrative and creative courses high in demand amongst the students who want to pursue fashion or interior as their career options.

Fashion Designing

Fashion Designing is a specialized course of art and design that comprises a wide spectrum of fabrics, styles, colors, patterns, and trends that outlines the fashion of a particular ‘ERA’. It is not only limited to clothes and trends but also includes the area of footwear, handbags, and accessories. The combined study of all these aspects comes under the fashion designing course.

Diploma In Fashion Design

  • The Diploma is designed with an aim of upscaling the sense of art, design, fashion, and professionalism in an individual with the vibrant nature of the program.
  • The syllabus design caters to providing a thorough foundational approach to all the basics of the fashion industry, beginning right from the story of a fiber to its journey into a fabric, touching points of learning.
  • Theoretical and practical teaching techniques are an integral part of the curriculum, which provide you a comprehensive knowledge of each aspect of Fashion Design focussing on skills of sketching, drafting, presenting, sewing, and producing real-time fabric.
  • The program helps in acquiring Communication Skills and develops software skills in students with exercises and understandings which helps in shaping a confident, skilled, and groomed personality.
  • The program offers depths of exposure and market scenarios, taking surveys, professional interactions, research in a regular tone.
  • The Course Curriculum begins with an Introduction of Fashion Design exploring the art, design, and nature of Fashion as a subject of the Art in Life.
  • Sketching and illustration of female figures are taught, focussing on croqis, fleshing, postures & features with women accessories. This whole emerges out in design development incorporation with draping of fashion figures using mood boards, color theory, and textural renderings.
  • Using Corel Draw and Photoshop-like software for developing designs in a digital format with scaled patterns and figures offers a wider sense of technological interventions being made in the Industry.
  • The Curriculum incorporates the art of fabric embellishment, using different styles of Embroidery, their types and samples along with practicals on tie & die production of fabric patterns and prints.
  • Textile Science & Swatch Collection aligns the study of fabrics, weaves, yarns including production, properties & typologies, with developing Swatches as a medium of textile sample collection, their costs & market scenarios.
  • The Course proceeds further with real size garment production using Drafting & Pattern making along with Basic Sewing Techniques, by learning stitches, measurements, and proportional cuttings with details.
  • Communication Skills is a crucial subject to establish a medium of expression, therefore covers the skills of reading, body language, behavior, listening, and effective speaking.
  • The Conclusive phase is made using theme-based submissions and design development in a portfolio format with all sheets and assignments submitted during the entire curriculum.

 ⋅ Fashion Designer  ⋅

Textile Designer ⋅

Fashion Stylist ⋅

Costume Designer ⋅

Fashion Blogger ⋅

⋅ Fashion Illustrator ⋅

Advance Diploma In Fashion Design

  • The aim of the program ensures a developed foundation with an ideology towards the nature and functioning of the fashion industry and its stylists with a skilled and creative development outlook.
  • The syllabus design provides a broader outlook to the extent of fashion design with concepts, topics, and studies to understand the techniques and work procedures of the field, equipping all tools of expression.
  • It offers insight for any specialization that candidate has a notion to develop interests, covering the nationwide styles and ethics of cultures, with samples and detailed works.
  • The programme helps at enhancing management skills and exposure to the market via the concept of merchandising with a situational analysis and related responses as a design consumer.
  • Goods Production and design development incorporate well-structured solutions and workflow as an outcome of intensive brushing of various methodologies to work from and create.
  • Shaping up and carving out a professional with a sense of logic and arts of the culture is the outcome achieved by the supportive resources and the infrastructure provided.
  • The course begins with basic knowledge of Fashion Design and its fundamentals incorporating Design, Fashion, and art with an outlook to the History of Indian & Western Costumes.
  • Fashion Sketching & Illustration of men and women are introduced to express the design development using mechanical croquis with postures and features. Draping of figures is done through theme based mood boards, colour theory, sketching, and texture renderings.
  • Using Advance levels of Corel Draw, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator as digital fashion design tools are taught to develop design and patterns of Indian costumes across states and culture as computerized sketches.
  • Indian Embroidery focussed on variety across the nation with stitch samples and compositions makes up as a part of fabric embellishment along with the Tie & Die technique of pattern making and prints on fabric.
  • Textile Science being in the course opens up the depths of fabric production and the journey of fiber to fabric focusing on its types, properties, tests, and care along with identifying the samples through Swatch collection and their making in markets with costs and quality.
  • Garment Making explores the aspects of Basic Sewing, Drafting & Pattern making along with Draping Techniques on scaled models and blocks, as a practical learning of both Male and Female Clothing.
  • Fashion Merchandising & Management offers to explore the role of the fashion designer as a market element with the interaction of client dealings, demands, mediation, and effective management, along with essential communication skills
  • The Course comes to an end with a defined portfolio of varying sheets, reports with an assessment of understandings developed and inferred, based on assignments and learning outcomes.

 ⋅ Fashion Designer ⋅

Textile Designer ⋅

Fashion Blogger ⋅

Accessories Designer ⋅

Fashion Stylist ⋅

Costume Designer ⋅

⋅ Fashion Illustrator ⋅

Fashion Writer ⋅

Fashion Critique ⋅

Degree In Fashion Design

  • The Degree Programme is a complete form of what a Fashion Designer expresses and leaves a mark to legacy by moulding out each content taught as an outlook.
  • Developing a strong foundation in concepts covered along with the required skill set to deliver impressions of Arts in Fashion and its methodologies is aimed.
  • The Programme inculcates the ideology of a designer with a creative, logical and confident mindset by exposing the degree and nature of assessment through exercises and research.
  • The Student develops far-sighted vision with effective communication skills all justifying the teaching methodology and course overview of the programme, with efficiency in modern tools and industry.
  • All-round development is a core programme value aimed at covering the technology, branding, management and market character of the clothing industry and its overall production.
  • Professional ethics and values shape up to blend with the markets through Thesis, internships and presentation skills, offering freedom of expression and style.
  • The replication of the nature and setting of professional industry, with Live shows, Ramp Walks, Design Collection, workshops, interactive sessions makes the thinking practical and involving.
  • The course starts with the Introduction to Fashion Design and its fundamentals incorporating Design, Fashion and art with an outlook to the History of Indian & Western Costumes.
  • Fashion Sketching & Illustration of men and women are introduced to express the design development with draping of figures using mood boards, colour theory, sketching and texture renderings, this all is digitalised through Corel Draw, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator to develop design and patterns of costumes across the states of India.
  • Fabric Embellishment covers Indian Embroidery focusing on stitch samples and compositions with Tie & Die technique of pattern printing, this all supports the Textile Science with understandings of fibres and their properties, its types, tests and swatches for samples of the market, costs, and estimations.
  • Garment Development covers the aspects of Basic Sewing Techniques, Drafting & Pattern making using grades along with Draping Techniques on scaled models and blocks, as a practical learning of both Male and Female Clothing, using complicated designs and markings with grades.
  • Branding of the Design along with its Fashion Marketing is a part, of course, offering to understand the nature and structure of a brand with its evolution in terms of the Fashion forecast and its possible design collection using theme-based analysis and predictions.
  • Apparel Production, Quality Control, Retail Management & Visual Merchandising are the four notions of sustenance to a Product which define its demand, life, appeal, and cost in the market, the course develops in-depth inferences to balance these all in a market scenario.
  • The course offers a wide range of work submissions as portfolios with enhanced communication skills and design development through Thesis, Internships, and Fashion shows with Ramp Inferno, photo-shoots, and presentations.

⋅ Fashion Designer ⋅

 Fashion Academician ⋅ Fashion Illustrator 

⋅ Fashion Merchandiser ⋅ 

⋅ Fashion Forecaster ⋅ Fashion Writer ⋅

⋅ Fashion Brand Manager ⋅ 

⋅ Textile Designer ⋅ Visual Merchandiser ⋅

Fashion Blogger ⋅

Fashion Consultant ⋅ Entrepreneur ⋅

Accessories Designer ⋅

⋅ Fashion Critique ⋅ Boutique Owner 

Fashion Stylist ⋅

Retail Manager ⋅ Quality Control Manager ⋅

Costume Designer ⋅

Diploma In Fashion Design

 ⋅ The Diploma is designed with an aim of upscaling the sense of art, design, fashion, and professionalism in an individual with the vibrant nature of the program.

 ⋅ The syllabus design caters to providing a thorough foundational approach to all the basics of the fashion industry, beginning right from the story of a fiber to its journey into a fabric, touching points of learning.

 ⋅ Theoretical and practical teaching techniques are an integral part of the curriculum, which provide you a comprehensive knowledge of each aspect of Fashion Design focussing on skills of sketching, drafting, presenting, sewing, and producing real-time fabric.

 ⋅ The program helps in acquiring Communication Skills and develops software skills in students with exercises and understandings which helps in shaping a confident, skilled, and groomed personality.

 ⋅ The program offers depths of exposure and market scenarios, taking surveys, professional interactions, research in a regular tone.

 ⋅  The Course Curriculum begins with an Introduction to Fashion Design exploring the art, design, and nature of Fashion as a subject of the Art in Life.

 ⋅ Sketching and illustration of female figures are taught, focussing on croqis, fleshing, postures & features with women accessories. This whole emerges out in design development incorporation with draping of fashion figures using mood boards, color theory, and textural renderings.

 ⋅ Using Corel Draw and Photoshop-like software for developing designs in a digital format with scaled patterns and figures offers a wider sense of technological interventions being made in the Industry.

 ⋅ The Curriculum incorporates the art of fabric embellishment, using different styles of Embroidery, their types and samples along with practicals on tie & die production of fabric patterns and prints.

 ⋅ Textile Science & Swatch Collection aligns the study of fabrics, weaves, yarns including production, properties & typologies, with developing Swatches as a medium of textile sample collection, their costs & market scenarios.

 ⋅ The Course proceeds further with real size garment production using Drafting & Pattern making along with Basic Sewing Techniques, by learning stitches, measurements, and proportional cuttings with details.

 ⋅ Communication Skills is a crucial subject to establish a medium of expression, therefore covers the skills of reading, body language, behavior, listening, and effective speaking.

 ⋅ The Conclusive phase is made using theme-based submissions and design development in a portfolio format with all sheets and assignments submitted during the entire curriculum.

 ⋅ Fashion Designer  ⋅

Textile Designer ⋅

Fashion Stylist ⋅

Costume Designer ⋅

Fashion Blogger ⋅

⋅ Fashion Illustrator ⋅

Advance Diploma In Fashion Design

 ⋅ The aim of the program ensures a developed foundation with an ideology towards the nature and functioning of the fashion industry and its stylists with a skilled and creative development outlook.

 ⋅ The syllabus design provides a broader outlook to the extent of fashion design with concepts, topics, and studies to understand the techniques and work procedures of the field, equipping all tools of expression.

 ⋅ It offers insight for any specialization that candidate has a notion to develop interests, covering the nationwide styles and ethics of cultures, with samples and detailed works.

 ⋅ The programme helps at enhancing management skills and exposure to the market via the concept of merchandising with a situational analysis and related responses as a design consumer.

 ⋅ Goods Production and design development incorporate well-structured solutions and workflow as an outcome of intensive brushing of various methodologies to work from and create.

 ⋅ Shaping up and carving out a professional with a sense of logic and arts of the culture is the outcome achieved by the supportive resources and the infrastructure provided.

 ⋅  The course begins with basic knowledge of Fashion Design and its fundamentals incorporating Design, Fashion, and art with an outlook to the History of Indian & Western Costumes.

 ⋅ Fashion Sketching & Illustration of men and women are introduced to express the design development using mechanical croquis with postures and features. Draping of figures is done through theme-based mood boards, color theory, sketching, and texture renderings.

 ⋅ Using Advance levels of Corel Draw, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator as digital fashion design tools are taught to develop design and patterns of Indian costumes across states and culture as computerized sketches.

 ⋅ Indian Embroidery focussed on variety across the nation with stitch samples and compositions makes up as a part of fabric embellishment along with the Tie & Die technique of pattern making and prints on fabric.

 ⋅ Textile Science being in the course opens up the depths of fabric production and the journey of fiber to fabric focusing on its types, properties, tests, and care along with identifying the samples through Swatch collection and their making in markets with costs and quality.

 ⋅ Garment Making explores the aspects of Basic Sewing, Drafting & Pattern making along with Draping Techniques on scaled models and blocks, as a practical learning of both Male and Female Clothing.

 ⋅ Fashion Merchandising & Management offers to explore the role of the fashion designer as a market element with the interaction of client dealings, demands, mediation, and effective management, along with essential communication skills.

 ⋅ The Course comes to an end with a defined portfolio of varying sheets, reports with an assessment of understandings developed and inferred, based on assignments and learning outcomes.

 ⋅ Fashion Designer ⋅

Textile Designer ⋅

Fashion Blogger ⋅

Accessories Designer ⋅

Fashion Stylist ⋅

Costume Designer ⋅

⋅ Fashion Illustrator ⋅

Fashion Writer ⋅

Fashion Critique ⋅

Degree In Fashion Design

 ⋅ The Degree Programme is a complete form of what a Fashion Designer expresses and leaves a mark to legacy by moulding out each content taught as an outlook.

 ⋅ Developing a strong foundation in concepts covered along with the required skill set to deliver impressions of Arts in Fashion and its methodologies is aimed.

 ⋅ The Programme inculcates the ideology of a designer with a creative, logical and confident mindset by exposing the degree and nature of assessment through exercises and research.

 ⋅ The Student develops far-sighted vision with effective communication skills all justifying the teaching methodology and course overview of the programme, with efficiency in modern tools and industry.

 ⋅ All-round development is a core programme value aimed at covering the technology, branding, management and market character of the clothing industry and its overall production.

 ⋅ Professional ethics and values shape up to blend with the markets through Thesis, internships and presentation skills, offering freedom of expression and style.

 ⋅ The replication of the nature and setting of professional industry, with Live shows, Ramp Walks, Design Collection, workshops, interactive sessions makes the thinking practical and involving.

 ⋅ The course starts with the Introduction to Fashion Design and its fundamentals incorporating Design, Fashion, and art with an outlook to the History of Indian & Western Costumes.

 ⋅ Fashion Sketching & Illustration of men and women are introduced to express the design development with draping of figures using mood boards, color theory, sketching, and texture renderings, this all is digitalized through Corel Draw, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator to develop design and patterns of costumes across the states of India.

 ⋅ Fabric Embellishment covers Indian Embroidery focusing on stitch samples and compositions with the Tie & Die technique of pattern printing, this all supports the Textile Science with understandings of fibres and their properties, its types, tests, and swatches for samples of the market, costs, and estimations.

 ⋅ Garment Development covers the aspects of Basic Sewing Techniques, Drafting & Pattern making using grades along with Draping Techniques on scaled models and blocks, as a practical learning of both Male and Female Clothing, using complicated designs and markings with grades.

 ⋅ Branding of the Design along with its Fashion Marketing is a part, of course, offering to understand the nature and structure of a brand with its evolution in terms of the Fashion forecast and its possible design collection using theme-based analysis and predictions.

 ⋅ Apparel Production, Quality Control, Retail Management & Visual Merchandising are the four notions of sustenance to a Product which define its demand, life, appeal, and cost in the market, the course develops in-depth inferences to balance these all in a market scenario.

 ⋅ The course offers a wide range of work submissions as portfolios with enhanced communication skills and design development through Thesis, Internships, and Fashion shows with Ramp Inferno, photo-shoots, and presentations.

⋅ Fashion Designer ⋅

 Fashion Academician ⋅ Fashion Illustrator 

⋅ Fashion Merchandiser ⋅ 

⋅ Fashion Forecaster ⋅ Fashion Writer ⋅

⋅ Fashion Brand Manager ⋅ 

⋅ Textile Designer ⋅ Visual Merchandiser ⋅

Fashion Blogger ⋅

Fashion Consultant ⋅ Entrepreneur ⋅

Accessories Designer ⋅

⋅ Fashion Critique ⋅ Boutique Owner 

Fashion Stylist ⋅

Retail Manager ⋅ Quality Control Manager ⋅

Costume Designer ⋅

Course Details

1st Year

Foundation of Fashion Design
– Introduction of Fashion Design
– Formation of Design & Figures
– Women Fashion Accessories
– Color Theory
– Clothing & Style Inspiration
Basic Sewing Technique(BST)
Art of Fabric Embellishment
– Hand Embroidery
– Textile Science
– Tie & Dye
– Swatch Collection
Fashion Sketching & Illustration(Female)
– Fabric & Design Development
Drafting & Pattern Marketing-1
– Garment Making(Female)
Computer Fundamentals & CAD-1
Communication Skill
Portfolio-1 (Women)

2nd Year

Fashion Sketching & Illustration (Men & Child)
-Men Accessories
Color Theory & Behaviour
– Mood Board
– Color Board
Textile Science
– Weaving Decorative Fabric Construction
– Compound Fabric Construction
– Finishing Process
– Garment care & care labs
– Fiber identification
Fashion Merchandising & Management
History of Fashion
– History of Indian Costumes
– History of Western Costumes
Indian Costume
Indian Embroidery
Drafting & Pattern Making-2
– Garment Making (Male)
Draping Technique-1
Computer Fundamentals & CAD-2
Portfolio-2 (Men)
 

3rd Year

Branding & Design Management
Fashion Forecasting
Design Collection
Apparel Production
Visual Merchandising & Retail Marketing
Quality Control
Drafting, Grading & Pattern Making-2
Draping Techniques-2
Portfolio-3
Internship

Course Details

1st Year

Foundation of Fashion Design
– Introduction of Fashion Design
– Formation of Design & Figures
– Women Fashion Accessories
– Color Theory
– Clothing & Style Inspiration
Basic Sewing Technique(BST)
Art of Fabric Embellishment
– Hand Embroidery
– Textile Science
– Tie & Dye
– Swatch Collection
Fashion Sketching & Illustration(Female)
– Fabric & Design Development
Drafting & Pattern Marketing-1
– Garment Making(Female)
Computer Fundamentals & CAD-1
Communication Skill
Portfolio-1 (Women)

2nd Year

Fashion Sketching & Illustration (Men & Child)
-Men Accessories
Color Theory & Behaviour
– Mood Board
– Color Board
Textile Science
– Weaving Decorative Fabric Construction
– Compound Fabric Construction
– Finishing Process
– Garment care & care labs
– Fiber identification
Fashion Merchandising & Management
History of Fashion
– History of Indian Costumes
– History of Western Costumes
Indian Costume
Indian Embroidery
Drafting & Pattern Making-2
– Garment Making (Male)
Draping Technique-1
Computer Fundamentals & CAD-2
Portfolio-2 (Men)
 

3rd Year

Branding & Design Management
Fashion Forecasting
Design Collection
Apparel Production
Visual Merchandising & Retail Marketing
Quality Control
Drafting, Grading & Pattern Making-2
Draping Techniques-2
Portfolio-3
Internship

Eligibility Criteria:

– 10th for Diploma

– 10+2 for Advanced Diploma

– 10+2 for Degree

– 10+2+One Year(Diploma) for Lateral Entry

Documents Required:

– Aadhar Card

– Migration Certificate

– 10th Marksheet

– 12th Marksheet

– Passport size photographs

Eligibility Criteria:

– 10th for Diploma

– 10+2 for Advanced Diploma

– 10+2 for Degree

– 10+2+One Year(Diploma) for Lateral Entry

Documents Required:

– Aadhar Card

– Migration Certificate

– 10th Marksheet

– 12th Marksheet

– Passport size photographs

So what are you waiting for ?

So what are you waiting for ?