STUDY & STRUCTURE
The student will get knowledge about the structure of apparel industry. The study of role, function and importance of different department of an apparel industry will form the basis of this course.
Students will learn to illustrate male and female croquis. The study of stylized croquis will form the basis of this course.
- Structure & Sectors of clothing Industry
- Product Types and Organization
- Different Department of Apparel Industry
- Garment Costing, Designers Role
- Merchandise Pricing
- Production & Marketing Methods
- Men illustration
- Technical Drawing
- Developing your own style
This course enables the student to deal in the industry in different department e.g. Quality, Production, Dispatch and Merchandise etc.
Subject’s learning sums up in the Project: “Pret Line”
Non-Textile Garment: Learned exploring 3-d & 2-d fashion illustration.
Flipside: Explored live human Sketches and stylized men and women illustration.
Pret Line: Learned group composition for displaying a collection range.
After this course the student can develop their won free hand styling of male and female illustrations using 2D & 3D artworks.
DRAFTING & PATTERN MAKING
In this subject, the student will learn pattern development and various draping styles for men and women.
ADVANCE TAILORING TECHNIQUES
The study of the construction of women and men clothing will form the basis of this course.
- Diff. B/w construction of men & women garments.
- Basic Draping
TEXTILE & EMBROIDERY
Students will learn about Traditional Textiles- Embroideries, their motifs and techniques.
The subject exposes the student to the various processes involved in design development and also the basics of research and its tool.
- History of Indian Textiles
- Study of printed and Painted Textiles of India
- Appliqué of Orissa
- Introduction to fashion & Design Process
- Client Profile
- Inspiration & its Source
- Theme & Style
- Mood Board & Story Boarding
- Specification Board for Design Variation
- Final Layout & Composition of Design
- Mens wear & Unisex Fashion
- Prêt Line & Photography
Non-Textile Garment: Explored to develop the surface design for non-textile material.
Unisex Fashion: Explored various Indian tradition of embroideries, textile dyeing, and printing methods.
Prêt Line: Explored own surface design and documented its techniques through the collection.
This course enhances student’s knowledge about Indian textiles and embroideries which can be utilized in future to create new designs.
Non-Textile Garment: Understood and explored the basics toots of research method and design processes.
Flipside: Development an ability f visual sensitivity to form and function: to create, analyse, and understand. Explored the Reverse design process.
Unisex Fashion: Understood the development of T-shirt and its motifs by using design process tools.
Prêt Line: Developed an extension of designer range with proper production sheets and documentation.