About Fashion Designing Industries
Fashion design is a sunrise industry in India. It is about a 1000 crore in size today, but according to ASSOCHAM, the industry will cross the Rs 11,000 crore mark by 2020. What drive the growth are the increase in purchasing power and the willingness of people to spend for designer wear that would fit their personal style.
The number of job openings for fashion designers is expected to grow strongly. For people with a fascination for fashion, it is the right time to get trained in the design process - from creating mood board to selecting fabrics to promotion, and launch their career.
The course aims to teach all skills and knowledge that go into making professional designers of catwalk and high-street fashion. This flexible, part-time programme helps students learn what is taught in degree courses of fashion technology institutes.
The curriculum covers entire fashion design process from color to embellishments, and keeps the creative momentum with challenging projects and group assignments.
Students learn right from the design process involving: colour, silhouette, proportion, fabric, print, pattern, texture, sampling and construction; the prototyping stage of flat pattern cutting, toile modeling, structure, and embellishment till the promotion of the design such as product and portfolio promotion/graphics and photographic styling.
- Textile Science
- Print and Patterns
- Fashion Illustration
- CAD Pattern Drafting
- CAD of Fashion Design
- Garment Design
- Manual Pattern Making
The learning is supported with adequate practice sessions aided by lectures, seminars and workshops. Leading fashion merchandisers, fashion stylists and manufacturers address students on latest trends and techniques.
Student projects include construction of a complete set (top & bottom) of men’s wear, women's wear and kid's wear. Students maintain fabric swatch books, create collections and present them as portfolios comprising mood board, color board, story board and illustrations.