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Fashion Design Workshop

 

                                            Academic Program – Course Description

                                                         Instructor:  

                                                         Gul Menet Kirmizi – Hatko Marshan (MFA – DEU)

                                                         www.gulkirmizi.com   

                                                

                           

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total 30 Hours

Level

 

3. Year & Upper Levels

Prerequisits

 

Computer Aided Design – 1 & 2 (2D – 3D)

Hours

Total hours per week

 

Lessons (at Studio)

3 Hours (Lecture)per week

 

 

3

Interactive discussions at the office (optional)

4 Office Hours per week

 

 

4

Labs / Studio & Practice

24 Hours (Studio Work) Total Workshop

 

 

Final presentations

Semester Project

 

 

 

DETYRIME

Semester

 

Assignments / Presentations

Students will do weekly Powerpoint presentations based on Active Learning Methods

 

Projects

Students will submit weekly homeworks (pojects) and/or reports at the end of each week.

 

Discussions

Optional discussions will be done during office hours

 

Exams

Flat Technical Board & Inspirational Board & Portfolio Presentations (Digital Design)

 

Credits

3 Credits

 

 

1.     General Course Description        

The study of fashion and the way in which materials and methods affect the design potential as well as the skills of fashion making. Social attitudes and previous fashion trends affecting the development of fashion design.

The qualities and skills necessary to become a fashion designer. Color and pattern making. Basic knowledge about the fashion business. Performing research, knowledge of fabric, coordinating color and texture and monitoring quality and fit. Students are expected to be able to: apply basic fashion design knowledge in fashion design activities, such as:

 

  ● Developing simple fashion design drawings with the application of techniques by using drawing tools and CADD - CAMM tools

  ● Presenting fashion design ideas in a logical manner with the proper application of visual, verbal, graphical and/or written communication skills;

  ● Demonstrating the basic mastery of pattern construction;

 

∑         Course Outline

       

● Historical Content. Brief historical development of fashion. Introduction to art & design history and its relation to a broader     socioeconomic context.

Historical costume in ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, Byzantium and west Europe from the 5th to the 10thcentury D.C.

How the gothic style and the medieval garment entered the contemporary fashion atelier.

● Research and study of garments, colors, lines, fabrics during medieval times (from the 11th to 15th century) with simultaneous mention of the gothic style in architecture, painting and literature

The Renaissance silhouette aesthetics. Clothes during the 16th and 17th century in Europe. Modern references and inspirations. Art and design history until the 20th Century and its relation to socioeconomic issues

Historical, cultural, heritage and environmental influences on fashion design. Connection between the historical costume and contemporary creations

● The basic terminology of Fashion Lesson The philosophy of design and the methods and means used to develop elements from various sources. Garment designs accompanying specific themes. Design creations provoked by the senses. Emotions inspired by music, painting, dancing, etc

● The basic creative and manipulative skills necessary for fashion design and fashion making. Analysis and study of the relation between clothes accessories in correlation with the body of every woman

● Introduction to the principles and values of Aesthetics. Aesthetic analysis of commercials and famous designer's campaigns. Fashion trends study and research as to which will be the next season's trends

● Theoretical introduction to the fashion system. Study of the great designer's contribution to fashion (especially during the '80's and '90's). Present and past-Famous designers: What is Haute Couture and which are the key elements by which it is recognized. Separation from the prÍt a porter.

● Color . Principle of colour matching for fashion design. The use of color and texture in fashion drawings

● Fabric. Cotton, linen, wool, silk, synthetic materials and lace, etc…. Introduction fabric, analysis of their characteristics. Introduction to technical knowledge necessary for the creation of a garment. The module also introduces students to the design and cutting of the basic structures of dresses.

● Developing personal creativity and style. The power of visual messages. Analysis of Fashion images and how they are created through combination of various elements.

● Defining a Project. Creation of complete units comprising impressive original collections.

● How to construct a garment. Further acquisition of technical knowledge and skills related to the creation of patterns and garments. Students will become aware of and practice design. Sewing techniques and studio practice.

● Basic principles of human body design with basic rudiments of human anatomy. Studying female body. Reproduction of female body through the special sizes that affect the international fashion.  Study and analysis of the way in which professional fashion designers design the most representative body poses. Study of facial features. Colored pencils techniques and chiaroscuro techniques. Mixing colors and making tints.

● Fashion Business. Haute Couture. Theoretical introduction to issues of Haute couture in regards to pattern applications and distinct construction methods

● Portfolio,logo, tag and poster presentations (CADD-CAMM workshops for design, rendering and presentation purposes.)

Processing Orders

 

 

2.     Course Objectives

1.       History of Fashion Design

  A Timeline of Costume Design

●  Principles of Fashion Design

●  Coloring, design, different rendering methods

●  Fashion Designer collections

●  Manual & digital technical Fashion Drawing

●  Preparing Fashion Collections

 

3.     Program Material

Students will be exposed Manuals of related Programs and Selected web sites.

 

4.     Assignments

Students will submit weekly homeworks and/or reports at the end date of each week.

 

5.     Methodology

 

Instruction Methods and Techniques Used

Lectures

Seminars

Multi-media and interactive presentations

Group work

Field and Experimental Course work

Students participations

Computer Applications and Programming

Presentations by students

Site visits, projects, construction sites and professional offices

Preparation of Research work, brief / extended

 

Knowledge and Skills to be acquired

Knowledge and understanding of subject

Team work abilities

Ability to apply acquired knowledge on similar cases

Positive participation and self expression

Thinking, Critical / Creative

Preparation of Field Reports

Ability to Analyze and study

Ability to locate resources and information

Professional work : Professional Practice and Ethics

Research abilities; Preparation and presentation

 

 

6.     Examinations and Evaluation of Work

 

Evaluation and Grading

 

 

Percentage of Final Grade

1

Participation in Class

10

3

Attendance

10

4

Weekly Examinations

10

5

Final Presentation

20

6

Final Portfolio / Project

50

7

Total Score

100

 

 

 

7.     Workshop Literature 

 

 

(Please use "Mouse Right Click" and "Save As" option to download )

 

Homeworks:

Class Project

Homework 1

Homework 2

Homework 3

Homework 4 Fashion Moodboard

Homework 5 Flat Drawing

 

Tutorials:

Tutorial 1 "Poses"

Tutorial 2 "What is Fashion"

Tutorial 3 "Designer Collection"

Tutorial 4 "Fashion Design Principles"

Tutorial 5 "Mood Board"

Tutorial 6 "Presentation Board"

Tutorial 7 "Fashion History"

Tutorial 8 "Collection Samples"

Tutorial 9 "Logo Design"

 

 

E-Books: (E-Books can be obtained from Polis University Library).

Elements and Principles of Fashion Design

Drawing Poses

Designer Guide

Fashion Design

Drapery