Fashion Design for Graduates and Professionals

London Milan Courses
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  • Curso
  • London (Inglaterra)
  • 90 horas de clase
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Objetivo del curso: Cursos veraniegos de preparación para carreras en diseño y Moda.
Dirigido a: A graduados, licenciados y profesionales con intereses en el mundo de diseño y moda.

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CSM Short Course Office, Granary Building, 1 Granary Square, London, Inglaterra, N1C 4AA, London, Inglaterra
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· Requisitos

Edad mínima 18 años, y graduados. Comprensión de la lengua Inglesa.

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Fashion Design for Graduates and Professionals

Dual City Courses - London Milan

Tutors: Elisa Palomino (London) and Stephanie Cooper (London) and Barbara Trebitsch (Milan)

London (5 day course)

Monday 2 July – Friday 6 July

This is a course for Fashion graduates and professionals who want to push their own personal practice. This intensive course will push you to create your own collection influenced by the two great fashion cities. It is suitable for design professionals who are considering launching their own label, or those who already have a burgeoning label who wish to explore its potential fully.

LONDON CONTENT SUMMARY

Topics covered on this course:

  • Contemporary Fashion in London
  • Research Skills
  • Fashion Design, Draping and textile Manipulation
  • Developing 2D concepts into 3D prototypes
  • Defining your key style

Prior to starting your course in London you will be expected to undertake a body of research that will draw on your current practice and give you a starting point for further development throughout the course. Please see the materials list for details of the preparatory work.

This course focuses on contemporary fashion in London. A key element of the course will be utilising and developing your research skills. You will research contemporary British designers identifying their trademark characteristics. You will learn how to incorporate such elements into your own work to give you a distinctive style.

Research will also include a trip to key British stockists (Dover Street market, Browns, Liberty, Harvey Nichols) to enable you to capture the current British Fashion scene. You will also do research trips to the V&A, as well as East London studios, stores, galleries and nightlife. Research will be captured in your sketchbook, through drawings, photos, souvenirs, test samples, fabric swatches and notes; you will be feedback on your findings to the rest of the group during the week.

During the course you will start to turn your two dimensional concepts into 3D prototypes. During the process of creating your toiles you will cover draping techniques and textile manipulation.

During the course you will receive critical reviews from your tutor. Critiques support you during project development and provide informative feedback before the final submission of the project. You will receive feedback from your tutor in relation to your ongoing process. This will take the form of tutorials, critical review and a final group critic of your work.

By the end of the week you will have designed a collection of 8 looks inspired by the work you completed on your personal universe and seen through the eyes of contemporary British Fashion. The looks will be properly illustrated and accompanied by extensive research, colour palette and two drapes from the collection. You may also be able to supplement this with additional fabric research, prints and fabric manipulation.

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Independent Travel (2 days)

Saturday 7 July to Sunday 8 July

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Milan (5 day course)

Monday 9 July - Friday 13 July

Small collections from young designers and labels offer some of the most exciting movements in fashion today, in a time when globalization has meant a declined in variety worldwide. Whilst in Milan the focus will be on developing a collection that is saleable, has a strong identity and good quality manufacture.

This course will help you to develop a strong design identity and enable you to learn how to carve out a niche in the market place for your collection. You will be encouraged to enhance your creativity through research, lab work and personal projects whilst with critques that will help direct and shape your work.

By the end of the course you will have:

  • Developed a personal style
  • Strengthened your understanding of international fashion, in particular Italian Fashion
  • Identified where your collection fits in the market place

Course Dates

London: Monday 2 July – Friday 6 July

Independent Travel: Saturday 7 July to Sunday 8 July

Milan: Monday 9 July - Friday 13 July

*Course times are Monday - Friday 09:00 - 17:00

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Alumnos por clase: 20

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