Diploma in Fashion Designing Course
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Fashion is something that comes from within and a fashion design course brings out the artist in you. It allows the students to discover their innate qualities related to fashion and designing, and take their passion for fashion to the next level.Fashion designing course aims to combine creativity of artistic minds with technical proficiency. This one year diploma in fashion designing polishes the students’ skills related with design sense and conceptualization.An integrated approach towards creative applications is provided through theoretical classes and practical trainings. Students are taught about colors, compositions, pattern making, cutting and everything that it takes to become an accomplished designer. Fashion designer course also gives the students a deep understanding of current market trends and potential strategies to sail through it.
What does a fashion designer do?
Fashion designers design clothing and fashion ranges. They may work in high fashion or designer ready-to-wear fashion, as well as in high-street fashion. Designers often specialise in particular types of clothing – for example, in men’s, children’s or sportswear.
Eligibilty : F.Sc./A’Level/Intermediate Or Work Experience
Duration : One Year
This role would normally involve:
-working to design instructions (known as a brief)
-analysing or predicting trends in fabrics, colours and shapes
-producing concept and mood boards (a collection of items to capture a mood, such as photos, fabric pieces and colour samples)
-developing basic shapes (‘blocks’) through patterns
-estimating costs for materials and manufacture
-supervising the making up of sample clothing items
-making in-house presentations, for example to finance departments and merchandisers
Designers often work closely with garment technologists and sample machinists. The role could also involve liaising with manufacturers (often based overseas) to make sure designs are reproduced accurately.