PGDFD (Fashion Design)

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PGDFD (Fashion Design)

Postgraduate Diploma in Fashion Design. Optional certification from the Las Vegas Fashion Council.

While to the lay person, fashion is simply a glamorous field replete with models & gossip, it is a part of the huge garment industry - India's largest private sector employer & forex earner. Multinationals, export houses and fashion companies are recruiting designers for diverse roles.

Eligibility - + 2 / PU and above

Duration - 1 years

Syllabus

PATTERN MAKING THEORY

  • Techniques of sewing
  • Traditional Stitches and Embroidery
  • Techniques of Sketching men, women and kids
  • Necessities and Precautions of Pattern Making
  • Human Body Lengths
  • Eight Head Theory
  • Body Silhouettes and Anatomy, Photo Analysis

FASHION DESIGNING

  • Body Silhouettes and Anatomy, Photo Analysis
  • Fabric Selection
  • Fashion Accessories
  • Harmony and Theory of Colours
  • Languages and Conventions
  • Optic illusions and Style Lines
  • Tecniques of Sketching men, women and kids

TEXTILES

  • Historical Background
  • Terminology of Textiles
  • Cotton,Linen, Skill, Wool, Rayon, Nylon, Acetate, Acrylic, Asbedtos, Glass, Spandex, Lycra, Jute, Hemp
  • Yarn and its Counts
  • Twists and Textures, Woven and Non Woven Fabrics
  • Tie and Dye, Batik and Stencil Screen Discharge
  • Knitting and Bonding
  • Dyeing and Printing
  • Braiding, Netting
  • Bleaching, Calendaring, Embossing and Glazing

MERCHANDISING

  • Product Definition file and Time of Merchandise Management
  • Role of Obsolescence
  • Production Machinery
  • Merchandising of Fabrics and Embellishments
  • Marketing, Pre-buying Activity and Market Analysis
  • Inspection, Documentation, Costing, Forecasting, Entrepreneurs Skills
  • Flowcharts of Assurance

PATTERN MAKING PRACTICALS

  • Stitching and Drafting
  • Constructing Blocks

FASHION MANAGEMENT THEORY

  • Media and Public Relations, Personal Relationship
  • Role of Advertising Agencies
  • Stress Analysis
  • Skill and Self Presentation