An inclusive undergraduate program by Lisaa Delhi helps students impart knowledge in fashion design, retail management and fashion industry. It provides deep information about necessary techniques like drawing, color, material usage, CAD, etc., used by designers throughout the world.

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Undergraduate Certificate course in Fashion and product management One Year

Objectives:

  • To impart knowledge in fashion design, retail management and fashion industry
  • To prepare the students with necessary techniques like drawing, color, material usage, CAD, etc.,usedby designers throughout the world

Semester 1

Module 1: Fashion Design and Illustration(50hrs)

  • Elements and Principles of design
  • Color schemes and colors psychology
  • Introduction to fashion and garment industry
  • Introduction to world fashion
  • Introduction to design process, development of mood board, development of design collections for garments

Module 2 : Basic of pattern making and garment construction( 50 hrs)

  • Introduction to pattern making, terminology, tools and equipments
  • Introduction to sewing machines, types and their parts functions
  • Introduction to measurement and its importance
  • Fabric preparation for garment construction, principles of layout
  • Drafting of basic bodice, skirts and sleeve
  • Conversation of basic blocks to different styles
  • Introduction to sewing techniques likes seams, tucks, pleats, gathers
  • Making of 3 different garments

Module 3: Textile science (30 hrs)

  • Introduction to natural and commercial synthetic fibers
  • Important properties of fiber.
  • Types of Yarn
  • Different types of fabric and weaves
  • Brief introduction to dyeing and printing

Module 4 (30 hrs)

  • Fundamentals of CAD, Design process
  • Basic coral draw- tools, motif development and application
  • Basics of Photoshop
  • Logo designing and application

Module 5 ( 30hrs )

  • Fundamentals of Production management
  • Word / Advance excel
  • Planning and costing management on excel

Project 1 ( 50 hrs)

Semester 2

Module 6: Advanced pattern making and garment construction (55hrs)

  • Dart manipulation
  • Pattern making and construction of frocks (2 types)
  • Pattern making and construction of salwar suits (2types)
  • Pattern making and construction of blouses ( 2 types)
  • Development of design collection (5-6 garments)

Module 7: Computer aided Fashion Design ( 30 hrs)

  • Basic Croquie features/ hairstyle, different poses.
  • Flat Designing of casual, formal wears
  • Flat Designing of sports, beach and nightwear
  • Flat Designing of party and bridal wear.
  • Adobe photoshop- Draping( casual, formal, sports, beach, night, party and bridal wear)

Module 8: Fashion ornamentation ( 30 hrs)

  • Introduction to hand embroidery stitches 15 types
  • Introduction to traditional embroidery of Indian
  • Learning Free style embroidery and fabric manipulation
  • Learning of Tie-dye and block printing methods

Module 9: Fashion Merchandising (45 hrs)

  • Introduction- Fashion industry buying house, export home, domestic selling, wholesale and retail marketing sourcing of fabrics and trims
  • Different departments in garment industry
  • Merchandising- Role of merchandiser, sample, production, quality, visual merchandising
  • Plan collection
  • Production planning
  • Documentation- export document, technical pack and others
  • Costing studies
  • Entrepreneurship- boutique, industry, market serve

Project 2/ Portfolio(80 hrs)

Fashion design is the art of the application of design and aesthetics or natural beauty to clothing and accessories. Fashion design is influenced by cultural and social latitudes, and has varied over time and place. Fashion designers work in a number of ways in designing clothing and accessories such as bracelets and necklace, because of the time required to bring a garment onto the market, must at times anticipate changing consumer tastes.

Jobs that will be available after diploma in Fashion designing:-

  • Fashion Designer
  • Fashion Retail
  • Visual Merchandiser
  • Product Merchandiser
  • Stylist
  • Costume designer
  • Accessories designer
  • Lifestyle designer
  • Fashion blog writer
  • Ready to wear designer
  • Product manager
  • Studio manager
  • Press agent
  • Pattern maker