FAS431 Fashion Design III
[1–6, 5 cr.]
This intermediate studio brings together skills from previous courses and allows students to define their own emerging style. Outerwear is often the focus of a collection as it allows designers to both display conceptual innovation and advancement in construction and fabrication. These pieces can be an important marketing tool and used to display the concepts of the collection through advertising campaigns and editorial shoots. Designing outerwear also introduces students to an understanding of how climate can impact on the design and merchandising of a collection or range. Students learn through lectures, studio exercises, workshops and tutorials.
Pre-requisite: FAS332 Fashion Design II