Diploma in fashion Design Details

Fashion Designing is one of the most sort after courses for the new generation who want to transcend line between passion for work and creativity this course is meant for creatively inclined individuals who want to make a career in a multibillion dollar industry from creative designers, merchandisers and fashion advertising.


Diploma in fashion Design Highlights

Course Duration

1 Year

(12 Months) (10 Months course and 2 months Project)

Learners

50000

Delivery Mode

Classroom Training

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WHO WILL BENEFIT

Students with creative bent of mind
Professionals seeking degree
Fashion Designing Enthusiasts
Garment Industry Professionals

COURSE CURRICULUM

11 FD 02: FASHION DESIGN CONCEPTS AND METHODOLOGY

  • Unit – I
  • 1. Introduction to Fashion
    • definition and origin
    • terms & definitions
    • reasons for change in fashion
    • classification of fashion
    • Style, classic, FAD, Trend
    • fashion cycle. Fashion designing
    • designers- role in styling and production of costumes
  • Unit – II
  • 1. Design
  • Definition, Types
  • 2. Structural and decorative design. Elements of design
  • line, shape, form
  • colour & texture. Lines
  • 3. varieties and their application in a design. Shapes Types
  • Natural, stylized, geometrical, and abstract.
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  • 4. Colour
  • Natural, stylized, Definition and origin
  • NCharacteristics (hue, value and intensity)
  • Prang colour chart
  • color harmony and colour schemes. Psychology of colour and its application in apparel market. Texture types of texture and its application in clothing.
  • Unit – III
  • Principles of design
  • Balance, proportion,rhythm, harmony & emphasis
  • asymmetrical and symmetrical. Types
  • Formal, Informal and radial. Proportion or scale
  • planning the shapes and space
  • Rhythm
  • through repetition, alternation, progression and gradation.
  • Emphasis using contrast colours and background
  • Harmony of lines, shapes, colour and textures.
  • Unit - IV
  • Introduction to neck lines, waistlines, hemlines, collars, sleeves, cuffs, plackets and pockets. Fullness applied in apparel
  • tucks, pleats, gathers, shi rring, frills or ruffles, flounces
  • Unit - V
  • NSilhouettes
  • Types and their application in everyday use. Skirts
  • Basic concepts in designing the variety of skirts. Trousers
  • Basic concepts in designing the variety of trousers. Wardrobe planning
  • design development for formal, casual, party and sports wears for men, women and kids based on their location
  • Introduction to 3D Animation
11 FD 01: INTRODUCTION TO TEXTILES
  • Unit – I
  • Introduction to textiles. Polymerisation
  • Requirements of fibre forming polymers
  • Definition of textile fibre and filament. General considerations with regard to fibre properties.
  • Classification of fibers. Brief study on Cotton , Silk , Wool & Bast fibers (flax & jute only).
  • Filament Spinning methods
  • Brief study on Semi Synthetic fibers: Viscose,HWM fibers (modal and tencel) & Acetate fibres with their properties
  • Brief study on Synthetic fibers (polyester, nylon, polyacrylic & spandex) and their properties.
  • Unit – II
  • Introduction to Yarn Formation
  • Cotton Yarn Production sequence and Objectives
  • Comparison of Carded and Combed Yarn
  • Quality requirements for Hosiery Yarn
  • Study of Yarn numbering systems
  • Yarn and Package defects.
  • Unit – III
  • Classification of Fabric forming methods
  • Weaving operation
  • Process sequence
  • Comparison between Knitting and Weaving
  • Classification of Looms
  • Knitting Terms & Definitions
  • Comparison of Weft and Warp Knitting Classification of Warp and Weft Knitting Ma chines
  • Weft Knitting Machine Elements.
  • Unit – IV
  • Knitting Cycle of Single Jersey & Double Jersey
  • Basic Structures
  • Modern Knitting Concepts & Specialty Knitting
  • Simple Calculations Weft Knitting Stitches & Notations
  • Basic Weft Knit Structures
  • Properties
  • Derivatives of Single Jersey, Double Jersey Fabrics
  • Identification of Swatches.
  • Unit – V
  • Introduction to Wet Processing
  • Brief Study of Preparatory Processes of Dyeing and Objectives
  • Meaning of Dyes and Pigments
  • Various Classification Methods of Dyes
  • Principle & Method of Dyeing of Cotton Knitted Fabric
  • Principle and Working o f Jigger, Beam Dyeing, Winch, Soft Flow a nd Air Flow Machines. Introduction to Printing
  • Brief Study on Different Styles of Printing & Differe nt Methods of Printing
  • Defects in Dyed and Printed Cloths: Causes and Remedies. Introduction to Finishing
  • Mechanical and Chemical Finishing