Bachlor Fashion Design 30-3-13

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UNIVERSITY OF PUNEPROPOSAL OF SYLLABUS (TO BE IMPLEMENTED FROM THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2013-14) COURSEBACHELOR OF DESIGN (BFD) PREAMBLE Indian Fashion Industry has gone through tremendous change for last two decades. The industry which was known for manufacturing slowly changed its status from manufacturing to design. In the year 2005 the elimination of quota changed the entire industry and also made Indian fashion industry to realize its potential of fashion business. Thanks to government of India initiative to start National Institute if Fashion Technology, which could really support the industry during its most crucial phase. NIFT could provide a trained human resource only to very small percentage and India realized a further need of trained human resource catering to the need of Fashion Industry. Today very handful of institutes in India provides quality education in Fashion. Rather very few universities offer Degree and Post Degree curriculum in fashion. Realizing the potential of fashion industry and in lined requirement of trained human resource the course of Bachelor of Fashion Design is developed. As the branch is highly professional there are certain requirements associated with it such as Professional Faculties having Industry Background, Special Equipment related to Fashion Industry, Special software, Fabric Library, Resource Center of Fashion, Presentation tools, Internet backup and timely Industrial Visits. This Course is highly professional. The course aims to deliver:• • • • • • Meaning of fashion, awareness of historical and contemporary fashion. Fashion Rendering Study of fashion elements such as Fabrics, accessories, styles and technology. Flat and draped pattern development and construction techniques. Fashion Research Technical specification • Range building and portfolio presentation. The studies in BFD provide a wide array of Fashion and related areas that trains for designing Fashion with its various aspects. Students will gain knowledge right from the fibers and the steps involved for converting it to a Fashion product and promoting the same. Students will gain fundamental skills and knowledge in Fashion Design and related Product development to create a sustainable, commercially viable yet an acceptable Fashion. As a “Fashion Designer”, a student will acquire the knowledge of Fashion with its Art related aspects like how Fashion developed, who contributed to the Fashion Development in the world, why certain cities became Fashion Capitals, which Economic, Political, Social effect brought out major changes in Fashion. The knowledge of “Elements of Fashion” such as Fabrics, Accessories, Trims, Creative Surfaces and the skills to manipulate them to come up with a Fashion; is also an important feature of this course. Fashion rendering skills are developed by introducing visual applications of “Elements of Design” related to Fashion as well as use and application of “Principles of Design” to make it most aesthetically appealing. The rendering skills involves study of “Human Anatomy, Technical Drawing, Human Figure rendering. Fashion figure rendering, Texture and Print Development” makes the student perfectly acquainted with Design skills. Further studies introduce “Tech Pack” development which is most important aspect in Fashion Business. Creative pattern development Techniques such as “Draping” helps the student to explore the technicalities of new styles of garments in Fashion. The further “Forecast techniques” makes the student confident to understand Market requirements, Consumer psychology and demographics to predict the Fashion for a student will be prepared to be an excellent Fashion Designer. Ultimately it creates a Designer who is capable of shouldering the responsibilities of “Exports & Domestic” market as well as high end Design. this course nurtures the student to understand “Design” as a solution to the Problem and not merely the Eye appealing product. After completion of this intensive learning in Fashion. The Design that meets up the expectations of the Art also fulfills the Industry demand by providing student’s talents and capabilities on extensively creative manner. Costume Designer. Stylist. etc. Fashion Entrepreneur.upcoming season. . Retail Merchandiser and Visual Merchandiser. Illustrator. With the background of sound knowledge of all relevant aspects of Fashion including necessary skills. LIST OF EQUIPMENTS List of Essential equipment to deliver necessary inputs in respect with the curriculum of Bachelor of Fashion Design Course of University of Pune CATEGORY A) Machine Sr. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 2 3 4 ITEM Single Needle lock stitch MachineJuki or similar 5-thread Over lock Machine-Juki or similar Double Needle lock Stitch Machine Flat-lock 3-needle 5-thread Machine Fusing Machine Vacuum Pressing Machine Embroidery Machine 2-needle 4-thread over lock Machine Bar-tech Machine Feed of the Arm Machine Juki Button Hole Machine Juki Button Stitch Machine Eastman 7"knief cutting Machine Zig. No. The course is required to be considered for “New Affiliation” and not as an extension of the faculty.AFFILIATION REQUIREMENT • • • The course shall be considered as “Professional” for the affiliation.Zag Machine (Juki/ Brother) Invisible Hemming Machine Saddle Stitch Machine Half Dummy Full Dummy Children Dummy Dummy (Lower Half) QUANTITY 40 3 1 1 2 4 2 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 40 4 7 2 B) Dress Form . The Principal necessarily should have sound Fashion Industry/ Educational background. 32 bit • Processor . Adobe Flash Sound Forge Auto CAD 3 D Max / Maya Google sketch up Dreamweaver Rich-peace Design software Rich-peace .Min.Layout & marker making Lectra (Layout & Marker Digitizer) 6 9 2 10 4 . 8 GB to 16 GB • Monitor . Full Mannequins Dummy with legs (Full) Small wooden Dummy Size 8 ' * 4 with cushion Size 8 ' * 4 with hard surface 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 DeskJet Printer Laser Printer Modem DVD-Writer Scanner .5" 40 Hardware Configuration • Operating System . 3. 10 Ghz.C) Pattern Making Tables D) Cutting Tables E) Drawing Tables F) Computer Table G) Computer 5 6 7 1 1 1 8 3 6 15 6 40 40 Computer – 18.I 5 min. Corel Draw suite . • Ram .version CS 5 or above.version X3 and above.2 GB min.A3 &A4 Size List of Software Microsoft Office latest version Adobe Photoshop suite . • Min.HD LED Square • Optical Mouse and keyboard • Hard disk 1 TB • Sound Card • Graphic Card . 20 21 H) Overhead Projectors I) Fabric Construction/Dyeing and Finishing Lab 1 2 3 4 5 6 J)Camera Wonder Weaves Adobe Premiere 3 Table Looms Knitting Machines Printing Tables Burner Gas Cylinders Tracing Tables 10 5 2 3 4 4 2 . 2 NO. Ft) PATTERN MAKING LAB. Ft. (To fit minimum 30 Art Tables. One Demonstration Computer. Ft.1500 Sq. TEXTILE LAB.700 Sq. 1.60 PER CLASS ART ROOM.Demonstration Table) CLASS ROOM.1200 Sq. Area.4 YEARS STRENGTH OF STUDENTS.To fit in 30 Computer Table.To fit minimum 60 chairs with Writing Pads. Ft.SPACE REQUIREMENT FOR BFD COURSE DURATION OF THE COURSE. GARMENT CONSTRUCTION LAB. Ft. (1000 Sq. COMPUTER LAB. to 800 Sq. One Teacher's Table with Chair.800 Sq. SEMINAR ROOM PRINCIPAL’S CABIN FACULTY ROOM ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE COMMON ROOM FOR GIRLS & BOYS . Ft. 1 • MFA + Fashion related qualification / Industry experience of minimum 5 years + NET / SET in Fine Arts.Sc. Food & Nutrition. All subjects of Post-Graduation should be of Textiles and Clothing + NET / SET.) Relaxation to NET is considered under the ref.Minimum 5 years. Design / M. (Related to Fashion Design) .Sc. D.in Fashion Design with minimum 55% marks. FRM. Experience of Teaching / Research / Industry.QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENT (FOR TEACHING STAFF) (Considering 60 students as batch size) • M. Number of Posts.NO-F3-1/2000 (PS) Number of Posts. Clothing and Textiles from reputed University with only Specialization of Textiles and Clothing / Equivalent and no other subjects such as Child Development.O. Experience of Teaching / Research / Industry. (Since NET is not available in Fashion Design at present it is not mentioned in the criteria.1 • M.Minimum 5 years. Considering the present situation of Government Policy to give sanction only with the condition of “on Permanently Non Grantable basis”.Bachelors in Fashion Design demands. And hence. Quality assurance Technicians. the Fee structure shall be as follows. At present the Government Organization such as NIFT/ NID are offering such Education with the minimum Fee Structure of 1. Garment Production Specialists.) The Institutions such as Symbiosis International University / MIT charges fees in the tune of 2 Lac. . Professional Faculties having Industry Background Special Equipment related to Fashion Industry Special software Fabric Library Resource Center of Fashion Presentation tools Internet backup and Timely Industrial Visits The necessary provisions require sizable investment. the Course BFD. one has to consider the potential investment to deliver quality Fashion Education. Brand Designers and Merchandisers etc. Computer software experts. Designers of High end garments.JUSTIFICATION OF FEE STRUCTURE As mentioned in the Preamble. (There is Government support for Infrastructure for such kind of courses under them.2 Lac. As there is scarcity of Professionals we see the specific monetary demand for the Lab Technicians. 2. 9.000.00 4. 7. 1. FEE DISCRIPTION ADMISSION FEE LIBRARY & RESOURCE CENTER FEE LABORATORY COMPUTER LAB GARMENT CONSTRUCTION LAB PATTERN MAKING LAB TEXTILE LAB STUDIO AMOUNT IN RUPEES 3000.SR. 6.000.000.000. 5.000.00 10.000.NO. TOTAL (EXCLUDING SECTION 9) 1.00 .00 2.000. ELIGIBILITY ENROLLMENT GYMKHANA MEDICAL FEE EXAMINATION AND OTHER 60. TUITION FEE FIELD VISITS AND PROJECT PERIODIC TEST FEE CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES DEVELOPMENT FEE OTHER UNIVERSITY FEE HEADS SUCH AS.10.00 5.00 10.00 5.000.00 15. 8. 3.00 AS PER UNIVERSITY RULES 10. COURSE PATTERN Course Duration Examination Pattern Bachelor of Fashion Design (BFD) Four Academic Years Annual Pattern ATKT-60% of the Total Theory Subject Head of the annual pattern or Maximum 3 subjects annually whichever is less.Distinction . Percentage required Class 40-49 . 40% for each Theory & Practical head.S. Eligibility Medium of Instructions Examining Authority Attendance Min.Consideration against Medical 5%. H.Pass Class 50-54 – Second Class 55-59 – Higher Second Class 60-69 – First Class 70 & Above.Special permission from Vice Chancellor.C Examination with minimum 50% aggregate (45% for Reserved Category) ENGLISH Concern University (First Year to Fourth Year) 75% -Compulsory attendance 5% .Discretion by the Principal 5%. Adobe Illustrator and Corel Draw. To introduce the students to computer software’s like Adobe Photoshop. Texture & Color to form a good design. To gain the understanding of Design elements like Lines. • • • • • • • . creative fabric textures & yarn craft. Nature study. machine sewing. Also focuses on applications of the same techniques to enhance the fabric surface. object in space through Perspective& understanding of 2D & 3D forms through Orthographic & Isometric projections. spinning and two major types of fabric -woven’s and knits which are majorly used in the fashion field. To develop an understanding of a “Human Figure” with various views that conveys the essential basics for “Fashion drawing”. Shapes. elements and challenges associated with Fashion Industry. • • • • • To introduce students with effective communication tools required in the fashion business. yarn types its properties. To introduce two major categories of fiber-natural and manmade. shading exercises. embroidery. To briefly introduce various techniques in printing. To understand and develop the use & application of Design elements like Lines. Texture& Color that covers the psychological & visual association with the study of expressive & symbolic qualities To make students aware about physical environment and its components with various Natural resources with the concept of Ecology. To develop drawing skills required for designing through line. and application of right machinery for production of the required garment for stitching of any garment.INTRODUCTION FIRST YEAR BACHELOR OF FASHION DESIGN The first year will prepare the Foundation in “Fashion Design”. To acquire knowledge and awareness of the types of garment machinery available in the industry. To understand the nature of fashion business. Shapes. To acquire skills for the effective communication. They will also develop the skills for basic patternmaking along with dart manipulation techniques. • • • • • . prehistoric times through the classical eras to the middle ages and in the most recent times. design elements. To acquire the knowledge about the understanding and appreciation of the evolution of the Indian and western clothing at the cradle of the civilization. And also to acquire the skill and knowledge of the use of appropriate garment construction techniques to assemble the end product. To learn basic fundamentals of draping which will include blocks and basic styles. • To identify and introduce the crafts which are to be revived and preserved. To develop the skills for drawing and understanding of Fashion figure with appropriate proportions. details & its relation with garment & garment details which are essential foundation to go for design process. details & its relation with garment & garment details are essential foundation to go for design process. • To impart the knowledge about the Traditional fabric made using different materials and techniques which acts as an expression of the tradition and culture of India. To learn and develop the understanding for the relation of fabric and technology in the requirement of appropriate selection of the same for the desired end product. • To combine chronological as well as conceptual understanding of design history. Develop knowledge and skills regarding dart manipulation.INTRODUCTION SECOND YEAR BACHELOR OF FASHION DESIGN The Second Year will prepare students to acquire in depth knowledge of the subjects. practice and process for development of approach toward solving problems. • To acquire the knowledge of digitalized fashion figure with appropriate proportions. To learn the use and application of pattern making in fashion industry and acquire knowledge of tools and symbols used in patternmaking. Cowls& Bias Cut Dresses. To learn block development and styled patterns relating to women's or men's tailored garments like shirts. To obtain knowledge and understand of application of forecasting techniques to determine market demands and acquire skills to make use of the forecast for design collections. To learn the knowledge about the colors and prints used in creating an aesthetically pleasing design that is the most important factor in the customer’s decision to purchase end product. Fitted Midriff. To learn the development and understanding for the relation of fabric and technology in the requirement of appropriate selection of the same for the desired end product. functionalities & design through computer. To gain work experience through Internship that can be incorporated in the Curriculum Vitae. dart variation. • To get acquainted with Digital technique through Computer inputs for developing various categories of clothing covering the various aspects of Fashion process such as fabric. different types of gathers. To acquire knowledge about the marketplace and the approach towards marketing. Collars. To develop the understanding about the purposes of the finishes and quality that prepares textile products for further processing and enhancing the aesthetics and/or performance of the final product. construction. trousers and denims the conversion of dart fullness into designs like line variation. cowls and added fullness.INTRODUCTION THIRD YEAR BACHELOR OF FASHION DESIGN The Third Year will prepare students to acquire in depth knowledge of specialized subjects in related areas of Fashion. To gain the knowledge and skills to develop interpretation of the design sketch into draping for Style Lines. • • • • • • • • . To make students understand an in depth study of the “Stylist role” in Fashion which is in tune with industry requirement. To make students understand an in depth study of the “Surface Designer’s role” in Fashion which is in tune with industry as well as Market requirement. advertising approach and Fashion Promotional techniques of fashion industry. This subject also aims at a thorough research on selected theme supported by a Design process to develop the whole range of clothing collection. The student will understand the Marketing focus. To make students understand how to make Portfolio which is in tune with industry requirement which is the compilation of their work. • • • • • . To make students understand an in depth study of the “Stylist role” in Fashion which is in tune with industry requirement.INTRODUCTION FOURTH YEAR BACHELOR OF FASHION DESIGN The Fourth Year will prepare students to apply in depth knowledge gained in various subjects in related areas of Fashion as Electives. • To develop a collection based on all the previous areas covered in fashion. To learn the different components of fashion pipeline background and their purposes with the understanding of fashion promotion. 2. 1. 2. 3.FIRST YEAR BFD. 1. 4. No. THEORY SUBJECT (GROUP.II) Subject Elements Design and Principles of Examination Class Hours Duration Work 03 03 03 03 03 128 128 128 64 128 40 40 40 40 40 Annual Total Examination 60 60 60 60 60 TOTAL 100 100 100 100 100 1000 Fashion Art and Design I Surface Techniques Ornamentation Sewing Techniques I Computer Application . 4. No. 5.COURSE STRUCTURE • Sr. 5.I) Subject Introduction to Fashion Industry Elements Design and Principles of Examination Class Annual Hours Total Duration Work Examination 03 03 03 03 03 03 64 64 64 64 64 64 40 40 40 20 20 40 60 60 60 30 30 60 100 100 100 50 50 100 Fundamentals of Textiles Communication Skills Environmental Studies Sewing Techniques I • Sr. 6. PRACTICAL SUBJECTS (GROUP. 3. .The Internal 40 marks are for annual Internal Assignments for each Practical Subject. Internal Assignments 20 marks (aggregate) Class Test 20 marks Total 40 marks .CLASS WORK-The Internal 40 marks are for annual Internal Assignments & Class Tests for each Theory Subject. 1. PRACTICAL SUBJECTS (GROUP. THEORY SUBJECT (GROUP. External 100 Assessment40 marks) TOTAL 1000 CLASS WORK-The Internal 40 marks are for annual Internal Assignments & Class Tests for all Theory Subjects.I) Subject Examination Hours Duration 64 64 64 Class Work 40 40 40 Annual Examination 60 60 60 Total 100 100 100 Design Understanding and 03 Overview Application of Textiles in 03 Fashion History of Fashion 03 • Sr.COURSE STRUCTURE • Sr.20 marks. Craft Project - * 128 40 60 (viva. No. 5. 3. 2. Internal Assignments 20 marks (aggregate) Class Test 20 marks Total 40 marks . 1.SECOND YEAR BFD. No. 3. 4. . 2.II) Subject Fashion Art and Design II Draping Fundamentals Garment Construction I Pattern Making I Digital Design Studio Examination Class Annual Hours Duration Work Examination 03 03 06 06 03 128 128 128 128 128 40 40 60 60 40 60 60 90 90 60 Total 100 100 150 150 100 6.The Internal 40 marks are for annual Internal Assignments for all Practical Subjects. * CRAFT PROJECT. The Final examination will include Viva of 20 marks and work assessment in stages for 40 marks.(Annual University Examination) the Craft Project will be evaluated by minimum 2 experts who have contributed to Craft Development. . A bound craft project will be signed by Internal Mentor & Principal & finally by the External jury. The Internal 40 marks are for annual Internal Assignments for all Practical Subjects. . No.THIRD YEAR BFD.II) Sr. No. 3. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Subject Fashion Art and Design III Advance Draping Garment Construction II Pattern Making II Digital Design Categories Internship CLASS WORKfor Apparel Examination Class Hours Duration Work 03 03 03 03 03 03 128 128 128 128 128 128 40 40 40 40 40 40 Annual Examination 60 60 60 60 60 60 TOTAL Total 100 100 100 100 100 200 1000 -The Internal 40 marks are for annual Internal Assignments & Class Tests for all Theory Subjects. Internal Assignments 20 marks (aggregate) Class Test 20 marks Total 40 marks . THEORY SUBJECT (GROUP.COURSE STRUCTURE • Sr.I) Subject Examination Class Hours Duration Work 64 64 64 40 40 40 Annual Examination 60 60 60 Total 100 100 100 Introduction to Fashion 03 Marketing and Merchandising Textile Coloring and Finishing 03 Fundamentals Fashion Forecasting 03 • PRACTICAL SUBJECTS (GROUP. 1. 2. External 100 Assessment.I) Subject Elective (ANY 1) Fashion Styling & Promotion Brand Design & Management 03 256 80 120 200 Creative Surface Development Fashion Promotion and 03 Media Management • PRACTICAL SUBJECTS (GROUP.20 marks. 1 THEORY SUBJECT (GROUP. No. 1 Subject Elective (ANY 1) Fashion Styling & Promotion Brand Design & Management Creative Surface Development Class Annual Examination Hours Work Examination Duration Total 03 256 80 120 200 2 Design Collection Design Research and Process 03 Fabric Sourcing and 03 Development Pattern Making 03 Construction Portfolio Development and Manual) (Digital 03 128 128 128 128 40 40 40 40 60 60 60 60 60 (viva.II) Examination Class Hours Duration Work Annual Total Examination 2 64 40 60 100 Sr.COURSE STRUCTURE • Sr.40 marks) TOTAL 1000 400 3 - * 128 40 .FOURTH YEAR BFD. No. CLASS WORK-The Internal 40 marks are for annual Internal Assignments & Class Tests for all Theory Subjects.The Internal 40 marks are for annual Internal Assignments for all Practical Subjects. . . A bound Portfolio will be signed by Internal Mentor & Principal & finally by the External jury. The Final examination will include Viva of 20 marks and work assessment in stages for 40 marks.PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT (DIGITAL AND MANUAL) (Annual University Examination) The Portfolio will be evaluated by minimum 2 experts who have contributed to Fashion Industry. Internal Assignments 20 marks (aggregate) Class Test 20 marks Total 40 marks *. FIRST YEAR . To understand and develop the use & application of Design elements like Lines. Nature study. Adobe Illustrator and Corel Draw. yarn types its properties. To gain the understanding of Design elements like Lines. To develop an understanding of a “Human Figure” with various views that conveys the essential basics for “Fashion drawing”. • • • • • To introduce students with effective communication tools required in the fashion business. To understand the nature of fashion business. and application of right machinery for production of the required garment for stitching of any garment. To acquire skills for the effective communication. • • • • • • • . To develop drawing skills required for designing through line. shading exercises. Shapes. To briefly introduce various techniques in printing. object in space through Perspective& understanding of 2D & 3D forms through Orthographic & Isometric projections. Shapes. embroidery. elements and challenges associated with Fashion Industry. Also focuses on applications of the same techniques to enhance the fabric surface. To acquire knowledge and awareness of the types of garment machinery available in the industry. Texture & Color to form a good design. spinning and two major types of fabric -woven’s and knits which are majorly used in the fashion field. Texture& Color that covers the psychological & visual association with the study of expressive & symbolic qualities To make students aware about physical environment and its components with various Natural resources with the concept of Ecology. To introduce two major categories of fiber-natural and manmade. machine sewing.FIRST YEAR BACHELOR OF FASHION DESIGN The first year will prepare the Foundation in “Fashion Design”. creative fabric textures & yarn craft. To introduce the students to computer software’s like Adobe Photoshop. No. 1. 3.I) Subject Introduction to Fashion Industry Elements Design and Principles of Examination Class Annual Hours Total Duration Work Examination 03 03 03 03 03 03 64 64 64 64 64 64 40 40 40 20 20 40 60 60 60 30 30 60 100 100 100 50 50 100 Fundamentals of Textiles Communication Skills Environmental Studies Sewing Techniques I • Sr. 9. 2.FIRST YEAR BFD. Sewing Techniques I 11. 6. 4. THEORY SUBJECT (GROUP. Computer Application . 8.II) Subject Elements Design and Principles of Examination Class Hours Duration Work 03 03 03 03 03 128 128 128 64 128 40 40 40 40 40 Annual Total Examination 60 60 60 60 60 TOTAL 100 100 100 100 100 1000 Fashion Art and Design I Surface Techniques Ornamentation 10.COURSE STRUCTURE • Sr. 7. No. PRACTICAL SUBJECTS (GROUP. 5. .CLASS WORK-The Internal 40 marks are for annual Internal Assignments & Class Tests for each Theory Subject. Internal Assignments 20 marks (aggregate) Class Test 20 marks Total 40 marks .The Internal 40 marks are for annual Internal Assignments for each Practical Subject. Fashion cycle .Definition of Fashion .G.International Fashion centers Environment of Fashion.Economic Environment . DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FIRST YEAR SUBJECT: INTRODUCTION TO FASHION INDUSTRY (THEORY) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: To understand the nature of fashion business. • .4-YEAR U. CONTENT: • Business of FashionNature of Fashion. • To acquire the knowledge regarding environment and movement of fashion so that to understand the various aspects of Fashion. elements and challenges associated with Fashion Industry.Theory of Clothing Origin .Men’s wear • Importance of Fashion Economic importance of Fashion Business Four levels of Fashion (Primary level. the Retail level & Auxiliary level) • • Geographic.Evolution of Fashion .Theories of fashion adoption . Psychographics & Behavioral) .Social Environment Fashion Categories.Market segmentation (Demographics.Principles of Fashion .Terminology of Fashion .Principles of Fashion movement . Secondary level. • To understand the five areas of Fashion Business with its comprehensive study of Fashion terminologies to create awareness about overall nature of fashion. Students will include following contents in the submission. 2010 Fairchild 2008 Publication.eberly Berger Pearson . No.2005 Verlag Europa LeherMittel. Political influence Social influence Environmental influence Geographical influence Cultural influence - REFERANCE BOOKS: Sr. 2) Introduction of the Designer Education Specialty Brand / label Contribution to Fashion Product range Outlets Collection Showcase Submission on Fashion changes during past 3 decades. (2 Women’s and 2 Men’s) Students will include following contents in the submission.- Women’s Wear Kid’s wear ASSIGNMENTS: 1) Submission on study of any 5 International/ National level fashion designers and brands. 1 Title of the Book Author Publication Fashion from Concept to Gini Stephens consumer Clothing technology H. 2 3 The Dynamics of Fashion Elaine Stone . 4 The Business of Fashion Leslie Davis Burns and Fairchild Nancy O. Bryant 2002 Publication. . Study of texture • • • Types of textures Categories of texture Psychological & visual association Color wheel Color schemes Color psychology & visual effects Types of lines Psychological & visual association Types of lines Psychological & visual association 5. Shapes.G. .Students will acquire the understanding of Design elements like Lines. Study of colour • • • 4.Introduces Principles of Design that includes the use & application of design elements to create a good design.4-YEAR U. which develops the better understanding & skill to make a foundation for a design which is aesthetically good and expresses the specific meaning. . Texture & Color that covers the psychological & visual association. Study of lines • • 2. . CONTENTS1.(THEORY) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVESThe foundation of Design skills is the vital part of the Fashion Design process. Aesthetic qualities of Design Elements • Formal qualities • Expressive qualities . DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FIRST YEAR SUBJECT: ELEMENTS & PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN. Study of shapes • • 3.Students will also study its expressive & symbolic qualities of each element that helps in creating a meaningful design. ) Students will include following contents in the submission. Balance.) Students will include following contents in the submission. Students are expected to make a Power Point Presentation on each of - (NOTE. Introduction of the Principle Application to Design Various ways of using Principles in Fashion (Functional/ Decorative) Application to Fashion - 2. Shape.) .• Symbolic qualities 6. Repetition. Study & Understanding of Principles of Design. (Rhythm. (Line. Texture & Colour) (Based on the Theory inputs given by the concerned Faculty. • Rhythm • Harmony • Emphasis • Balance • Repetition • Gradation • Radiation ASSIGNMENTS- 1. Introduction of the element Types Psychological effect of the element Visual effect of the element Application in creating Designs Application in Fashion the Principle based on their use and application on garments. Harmony. Emphasis.all the assignments will carry 10 marks each and will be converted out of 15 for the Internal Assessments. Gradation. Radiation) (Based on the Theory inputs given by the concerned Faculty. Students are expected to make a Word document on each element. REFERENCE BOOKS- Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 Title of the Book Visual Design in Dress Fashion Design Manual Fashion Design Fashion Design Fashion Forecasting Author Publication Marian L. Devis Pamela Steckes Sue Jenkyn Jones Felicity Everlett Kathryn Mckelvey Prentice Hall, 1980 Palgrave 1996 Macmillon, Laurence King, 2005 EDC publishing, 1987 Jennie Munslow, 2008 6 Beyond Design Sandra J.Keiser& Fairchild Myrna B.Garner publication,2008 4-YEAR U.G. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FIRST YEAR SUBJECT: FUNDAMENTALS OF TEXTILES (THEORY) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVE: The course imparts the knowledge about the fabric characteristics due to its components fiber, yarn and construction that develops the foundation for fabric application in fashion. The course gives inputs in two major categories of fiber-natural and manmade, yarn types its properties, spinning and two major types of fabric -woven’s and knits which are majorly used in the fashion field. CONTENTS: 1. The Textile Industry 2. Fibers: classification, i. Introduction, properties and end uses of natural and man-made fibers 3. Yarns: Introduction i. Types-ply yarns, novelty yarn, textured yarn. ii. Manufacturing process-spinning systems iii. Properties-yarn twist, yarn numbering. 4. Fabric forming methods i. Weaving, knitting and non-woven 5. Introduction to basic weaves: plain, twill and satin i. Classification, introduction, advantages and disadvantages. 6. Comparison between knits and woven 7. Introduction to basic knits: warp and weft knitted i. Classification, introduction, advantages and disadvantages. ASSIGNMENT DETAILS: Sr. No. 1 2 Assignments Marks Identification of 10 fabric swatches of 3”X3” by 10 burning test for natural and manmade Fibers. Identification of woven fabrics (3”X3”)for 20 • fabric count-10 Samples 3 • yarn count-10 Samples • Weave-10 Samples • knitted fabric-10 Samples Representation of the following basic weaves on graph paper, construction on handlooms and Computer. 20 • Plain-plain, rib and basket • Twill-2X2,3X1,waved,curved and herringbone • Satin-satin and sateen REFERENCE BOOKS: Sr. No 1 Title of the Book Textile from fiber fabric-Sixth edition to Author Publisher name Year Berard Cobman Collier, Phyllis Mc grew-hill 1983 international edition Prentice-Hall,Inc. 2001 2 Understanding Textiles- Bellie .J. Sixth Edition Toratora 3 J.J. Pizzuto’s Fabric Arthur Price, Allen C-Cohen, Fairchild Publications Science-Seventh Edition Ingrid Johnson H.Eberle, M.Hornberger, D.Menzer, H.Hermling, Europa Lehrimittal R.Kilgus, W.Ring Fairchild New York Publication, 1999 4 Clothing Technology 2002 5 Understanding Fabrics: from fiber to finished Debbie Ann Gioello cloth Fabric reference-Fourth Mary Humphries Edition Fabric for fashion Textiles-Tenth Edition 1996 6 Pearson Prantice Hall King 2009 7 8 Clive hallett and Amanda Laurence Johnston Publishing Sara.J.Kadolph 2010 2007 Pearson Prantice Hall Re textiles and laundry nuSaini Clothing Technology Sheila Jefferson Kalyani Ludhiana Publishers.9 10 Text book of clothing SushmaGupta. 2005 2005 Abhishek Publications .NeeruGarg. Resume Writing 6.G.Introduction of the applicant .Personal and Family Introduction .Name . Vocabulary 3.4-YEAR U.Educational qualification . . Group Discussion 7. • Students will acquire skills for the effective communication. Phonetics 4. Listening Skill 8. 2) Writing of Resume Students will include following contents in the submission.curricular and Extra curricular .Willingness for the Interview. Interview Skills ASSIGNMENTS: 1) Writing of Letter to various fashion magazines to apply for a Post of “Fashion Stylist” Students will include following contents in the submission.On Job Training • .Co. CONTENT: 1.Education .Reason for the Job .Subject . Letter Writing 5. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FIRST YEAR SUBJECT: COMMUNICATION SKILLS (THEORY) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: Students will be equipped with effective communication tools required in the fashion business. . Essentials of Grammar 2. . No.P.Awards/ Merits .Projects .Internship REFERENCE BOOKS: Sr. Rodrigue Krishna mohan & Meera Banerjee Raymond Murphy O. . Dahama Bhatnagar & O.P. 1 2 3 4 Title of the Book Business communication Developing Communication Skills Essential English Grammar Education & Communication for Development Author Dr. fertilization-pesticide problems. floods. changes caused by agriculture and overgrazing. use of alternate energy sources. land degradation. case studies f) Land Resources: Land as a resource. Students will understand the impact of human activities on ecology ant need to conserve the resources CONTENTS: 1. Need for public awareness 2. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FIRST YEAR SUBJECT: ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES (THEORY) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: • • • • Students will be aware about physical environment and its components.Natural Resources and Associated Problems. d) Food Resources: World food problems. environmental effects of extracting and using mineral resources. case studies. Natural Resources Unit 1. mining.G. conflicts over water. dams-benefits and problems c) Mineral Resources: Use and exploitation. effects of modern agriculture.Renewable Resources Unit 2. man induced landslides. Students will acquire Knowledge of natural resources and their types.a) Forest Resources: Use and Over-exploitation. dams and their effects on forests and tribal people. renewable and non-renewable energy sources. Students will develop the concept of ecology and its components. b) Water Resources: Use and Over-utilization of surface and ground water. water logging.Definition. case studies e) Energy Resources: Growing energy needs. salinity. deforestation. soil erosion and desertification. The Multidisciplinary Nature of Environmental Studies Unit 1. drought. Timber extraction.4-YEAR U. . Scope and Importance.Renewable and Non. case studies. productive use. Ecosystems Unit 1. streams. types.Hot-sports of biodiversity Unit 6.Definition. Environmental Pollution Unit 1.Conservation of bio-diversity: In-Situ and Ex-situ conservation of biodiversity 5.Bio-geographical classification of India Unit 3. characteristics features.Value of biodiversity: consumptive use.Ecological succession Unit 6. ethical. structure and function of the following ecosystem.Introduction . Unit 2.Producers.Energy flow in the ecosystem Unit 5. oceans. social.Role of individual in conservation of natural resources Unit 4. lakes. man-wildlife conflicts Unit 7. consumers and Decomposers Unit 4.Structure and function of ecosystem Unit 3. Unit 7.Introduction.Equitable use of resources for sustainable lifestyles 3.Threats to bio-diversity: habitat loss. Causes. rivers.Concept of ecosystem Unit 2.Unit 3. poaching of wildlife. estuaries) 4.Food chains.Endangered and endemic species of India Unit 8. species and ecosystem diversity. effects and control measures of – a) Air pollution b) Water pollution c) Soil pollution d) Marine pollution e) Noise pollution f) Thermal pollution g) Nuclear hazards . food webs and ecological pyramids.India as a mega-diversity nation Unit 5. Biodiversity and its conservation Unit 1.a) Forest ecosystem b0 Grassland Ecosystem c) Desert ecosystem d) Aquatic ecosystem (pounds. aesthetic and option values Unit 4.Definition: genetic. rain water harvesting. Case studies Unit 5.Family Welfare Programme . Social Issues and the Environment Unit 1.Wildlife Protection Act Unit 13.Public awareness 7.Re-settlement and rehabilitation of people.Forest Conservation Act Unit 14.From Unsustainable to Sustainable development Unit 2.Population growth. Human Population and the Environment Unit 1.Role of individual in prevention of pollution Unit 4.Water conservation. earthquake. watershed management Unit 4. global warming.Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act Unit 12.Pollution case studies Unit 5. variation among nation Unit 2.Issues involved in enforcement of environmental legislation Unit 15.Disaster Management: floods. effects and control measures of urban and industrial waste Unit 3.Unit 2.Population explosion. Case studies Unit 7-Wasteland reclamation Unit 8. acid rain.Environmental ethics: Issues and possible solutions Unit 6.Solid waste management: Causes.Environment Protection Act Unit 10-Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act Unit 11. ozone layer depletion.Urban problems related to energy Unit 3. nuclear accidents and holocaust. cyclone and landslides 6. its problems and concerns.Climate changes.Consumerism and waste products Unit 9. net Nidi Publi. 1989 4 Marine Pollution Environmental Encyclopedia Clark R.S Cunningham. hill slope etc REFERENCE BOOKS: assets-a) Sr.Ltd. Mumbai.Case Studies 8.Women and Child Welfare Unit 8.Urban/Rural/Industrial/ Agricultural c) Study of common plants/insects/birds d) Study of simple ecosystems. rivers. Email: [email protected] b) Local Pollution site.Unit 3.ponds.C Publisher and Year Mapin Publishing Pvt.Human Rights Unit 5.Bikaner2001 2 3 Brunner R. Clanderson Press Oxford (TP) Jaico Publ. W. Visit to local area to document environmental rivers/forest/grassland/hill/mountain.Value Education Unit 6.Environment and Human Health Unit 4.P. 1196p 5 .2001 House. Ahmedabad380013.Role of Information Technology in Environment and Human health Unit 9. M. Title of the Book No. K. Ltd. 1 The Biodiversity India Environmental Biology Hazardous Incineration Waste Author of Bharucha Erach Agarwal.HIV/AIDS Unit 7. Cooper.480p.C McGraw Hill Inc. India. 473p.. H. Institute.6 Environmental Chemestry Down to Earth. Oxford Univ. De A. Environment & Security.1993 8 Water in crisis.K Wileely Eastem Ltd. 7 Center for Science and Environment ® Pacifics Institute for Studies in Dev. Press. Stockholm Env. Gleick.P . .I (THEORY) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: To acquire knowledge and awareness of the types of garment machinery available in the industry. pockets.Edge Guides - . collars. and to acquire the skills to apply those construction techniques in a sample form .To acquire knowledge and skill regarding stitching techniques for various garment components such as plackets. and fasteners which are ultimately used for stitching of any garments CONTENTS: • • Classification of Sewing Machines and their applications Sewing machine bed types Basic sewing machines General Sewing Over locking machine Blind Stitching machine Button hole machine Button Sewing machine Bar tacking machine Needle basic structure and types Thread sizing Seam Properties. Classification of Finishing Equipments and its applications. and application of right machinery for production of the required garment. cuffs.G. .To understand the importance and necessity of various construction techniques for different fabrics. and its application.This course prepares the learner to acquire the knowledge and skills. . regarding the operational use of industrial sewing machines. • Introduction to Sewing Machines attachments and their applications. Appearance and performance. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FIRST YEAR SUBJECT: SEWING TECHNIQUES.4-YEAR U. Rivets. Their basic diagrams and usages Plackets / Openings . Cord. 8) Inseam Pocket (side. Button and Button Hole. Box. Velcro Cuffs (Square. Shirt Placket (fused. notched. Slot. Blouse. French. Shirt Placket (fused. Inseam Pocket (side. Flap. Plain seam on 4 thread over lock -Bound seam on 5 thread flat lock with folder attachment) 4) Submission of Necklines and armhole facings. Lapped. Minimum 3 samples 5) Submission of Waist bands Minimum 3 samples 6) Submission of plackets (Slit. Press open. fold and stitch. round.Stitching Jig Folders & Binders Machine Exercise. Piped. T shirt and Kurta plackets. Eyelets and Draw Strings. round. Pockets – Patch (square . Press button.• • • • • • • • • • • . Control and safety parameters Paper Exercise Introduction to Seams and seam allowance (Woven and Knit Fabrics) . Flap. Hemming ( Visible and Invisible) Facings – Fused. 5. T shirt and Kurta plackets). three Point). 3. 7) Submission of pockets Patch (square . Waistband. Fagotted. cross) Slash Pocket (single welt and Double welt) Fasteners – Zippers (Visible. 4. Bound seam. Welt Seam (Feed of Arm)Double Top stitch. Notched and French) Shirt Collar and Mandarin collar ASSIGNMENT DETAILS: 1) Submission of Paper Exercise In line form minimum six samples (Size 8’’x8’’) 2) Submission of all seams on muslin (12 samples) and also on suitable fabrics (12 Samples) 3) Submission of Seams and Hem Finish (7samples on muslin) and on knitted fabric minimum 3 samples (Hem fold on 5 thread flat lock. Stitch and cut. Tuck seam. Continuous. notched. Un-fused.Slit. 6. cross). un-fused and concealed. Slash Pocket (single welt and Double welt) . Hook And Eye. Hong Kong bound. Elasticized Seam types – Class 1.Compensating foot / specialized presser foot .Plain. Seam and Hem Finish (Woven and Knit Fabrics) . Box. three Point). Felt / Edge stitch. Blouse.Fused.Over-lock. Invisible). Round. un-fused and concealed. 2. Un-fused and Bias. Continuous. 9) Submission of various fasteners (Zippers (Visible. 1999 The singer company. 1st edition Dorling Kindersley. Invisible). No. 1976 digest Readers Digest 2 Book of Alison Smith Gladys Cunningham Alison Smith Dorling Kindersley. 10) Submission of Cuffs (Square. Hook and Eye. Rivets. 2009 3 4 Singer Sewing Book The sewing book . Velcro). Eyelets and Draw Strings. 1 Title of the Book Complete Sewing Complete Sewing Guide to Author Publisher and Year The reader’s association. Button and Button Hole. Round. Notched and French) 11) Submission of Collars (Shirt Collar and Mandarin collar) REFERANCE BOOKS: Sr. Press button. primary. tertiary color schemes will be rendered in 4”X4” block. Conversion of shapes from Natural to Geometric & abstract . 7. Organizing these shapes in a given area to create “Motif”. Rendering value scale for Value & intensity of each color from the Color wheel in the Circular chart form. (Grouping of shapes to create motifs. . Texture & Color to form a good design. 2.6 each with appropriate emotional or Psychological expression. Shapes. Interpreting different textures from surrounding and imitating the same with the help of wearable material on fabric as an application onto garment.Total number of Lines.This subject guides in acquiring the skill to combine Design elements & Principles in Fashion design process.G. 2 lines & using many lines for specific expression. 6.This subject enables students the use & application of Design elements like Lines. .Any one Natural shape to be converted in 10 different forms of Geometrical and Abstract. which imparts the knowledge to develop design skills for creating aesthetically good design. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FIRST YEAR SUBJECT: ELEMENTS & PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVESThe practical Design skills are essential for developing the appropriate Fashion Design process. complementary. . Drawing Color wheel that includes Primary. CONTENTS1. Interpretation of single line. . 3. achromatic.4-YEAR U. analogous. Secondary & Tertiary colors. secondary.Monochromatic. Rendering Color schemes using geometric designs.) 4. . 5. split complementary. 1980 Palgrave 1996 Macmillon. (NOTE. and relating the textures to certain expressions. colors. 1987 Jennie Munslow. No.Devis Pamela Steckes Sue Jenkyn Jones Felicity Everlett Kathryn Mckelvey Prentice Hall. Laurence King. etc. Application of all the Principles on a single design to make the variations.Garner publication. 2005 EDC publishing.all the assignments will carry 10 marks each and will be converted out of 15 for the Internal Assessments. 1 2 3 4 5 Title of the Book Visual Design in Dress Fashion Design Manual Fashion Design Fashion Design Fashion Forecasting Sandra J.Students will trace the Textures on paper and will interpret the same for creating Fabric textures using various raw materials and techniques like Crushing.Keiser& Fairchild Myrna B.Students will select a Magazine image and will manipulate the same by using various Principles to see the changes in design. dying. . 8. wax effects.) REFERENCE BOOKSSr.2008 Author Publication Marian L. 2008 6 Beyond Design . Such as. . .G. .I (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. CONTENTS1. Basic line & shading exercise• Lines & Shading exercises using various pencil & color mediums.4-YEAR U. • Grade pencils • Color pencils • Poster color/ water color • Charcoal 2.In this subject student will acquire the knowledge of Nature study and will develop an eye to extract forms. prints & textures from Nature to create a base for understanding design.Students will develop drawing skills required for designing through line & shading exercises. Nature in texture)- . DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FIRST YEAR SUBJECT: FASHION ART & DESIGN.Students will also develop an understanding of a “Human Figure” with various views that conveys the essential basics for “Fashion drawing”. . Nature in print. OBJECTIVESAn integral part of Fashion Design is acquiring rendering skills that makes the Design to present ideas in the most appropriate and effective way through the foundation of Drawing & Sketching.Student will gain the skills of different dimensions and the feeling of actually existing object in space through Perspective.Students will gain the knowledge of various dimensions of basic Technical Drawing that gives them an understanding of 2D & 3D forms through Orthographic & Isometric projections. Nature study (Nature in form. . .Students will also obtain the understanding & skill of objects drawing. Such as Cube. 4B. 2) Drawing of different Natural forms and converting them to make different Design forms. - - . Object Drawing• Sketching of natural forms from nature like flowers. Inter conversion of 3D & 2D views of the object. Basic drawing of Male & Female figure with appropriate proportions. Pyramid. branches. 2B. Light to Dark. Study of various Geometrical constructions. back. Such as. Human figure study• • ASSIGNMENTS1) Line exercise with Grade pencil (HB. 3B. 1 Point Perspective 2 Point Perspective 3 Point Perspective Drawing of 3-D geometrical shapes in different angles. 5B. 6B) Students will practice lines on A3 size pages using Horizontal. Cylindrical forms. Drawing manmade objects in different angles. Such as Bottles. Dark to Light. side and 3/4th ) • 5. Cuboids. Conversion of natural forms into design forms. Pen etc. Copying various textures from nature. Diagonal. Drawing of 2D & 3D forms by Orthographic & Isometric projections. Technical drawing• • • 6. Students will draw 20 Natural forms from the surroundings and will convert these into Design forms by selecting best 5 forms. plants etc. leaves. Various views of the Male & Female figure (front. Glass. Introduction to Perspective• • • 4.• • • 3. Vertical. Pencil. Sharpener. 6) Conversion of 3D into 2D (Front view.1st Edition. in specific angles. Center Lines. Hidden or Dotted Lines. Margin Lines. Title of the Book 1 Grade ExaminationDrawing Made Easy Sketching and Drawing Author Subodh Narvekar Avdhut Narvekar Vasudev Kamath Publication Navneet Publication (India) Ltd. Leader or Pointer Lines.1st Edition.- - 3) Perspective drawing of geometrical shapes like Cube. 4) Drawing manmade objects in different angles.) Conversion of 2D into 3D ( Construct 3 D Image from 3 views of a given object) 7) Drawing basic Human figure with the help of Stick figure. Top View and Side View of a given object.Students will draw 20 figures. (Outlines. Construction Lines. REFERENCE BOOKS- Sr. Glass.1st Edition.3) 5) Draw different types of line using Technical Drawing instruments. . – Jyotsna Prakashan Pune .2007 Jyotsna Prakashan Pune . Sharpener. Pencil.2nd Edition. Dimension lines. No. Block figure & fleshing of the figure with different positions with reference and use of Mannequin. Students will draw objects like Bottles. Border Lines.1st Edition. (total number of objects. Hatching or Section Lines. Extension or Projection Lines. Gopal Nandurkar Pundalik Vaze . Cuboids.2002 2 3 Still Life Sanjay Shelar 4 Perspective Milind Mulik 5 Colour Pencil 6 Draw and Paint Rahul Deshpande. Pen etc. Pyramid or combination of these three.2006 Jyotsna Prakashan Pune .2006 Jyotsna Prakashan Pune .2004 – Jyotsna Prakashan Pune . Publication Year – 2004 Grace Prakashan Bombay.2000 8 Anatomy and Drawing Vicotor Perard 9 The Complete Book Drawing Human Body Of Keshav Kumar 10 Figure Drawing Made easy Shankar Modgekar . Mumbai 2005 Grace Publication. Publication Year .7 Figure study made easy Aditya Chaari Grace Publication. Mumbai 2000 Adarsh Books New Delhi-2 . counted thread work etc. Machine Sewing techniques• 4. Developing Machine techniques like appliqué. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FIRST YEAR SUBJECT: SURAFACE ORNAMENTATION TECHNIQUES (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVESThe Design process involves some value additions to improve the aesthetic value of the Fabric. This subject makes students to efficiently use various surface techniques to exaggerate the look and covert the simplicity into creativity.The subject briefly introduces various techniques in printing. outline stitches. Tie and Dye. Pleats etc.G. batik. CONTENTS1. . machine sewing. Embroidery • 3.4-YEAR U. .)• 5. Includes hand & machine to form different natural & geometric forms such as.This subject imparts the skill to manipulate the basic techniques to come up with extraordinary applications of the same techniques to enhance the fabric surface. Macramé. hand painting etc. . patch work. Fabric textures (. block printing. embroidery. Developing self fabric textures using techniques such as drawn thread work. creative fabric textures & yarn craft. crochet etc. stencil printing. Yarn craft• Developing various techniques using variety of yarns such as. different types of tucks. Dyeing & printing• Development of samples with various printing techniques such as. filling stitches etc. quilting. 2. border stitches. crochet. No. mistry Pam Lonttot & Rosemary 3 4 . Students are also required to produce a “creative application” of each section and apply the same to create any product from Fashion. knitting and tacking. to create any of the following. appliqué. filling and machine embroidery using basic and computerized embroidery machine. Various samples of tying like marbling. 2. shapes and designs etc. In each section of the content.ASSIGNMENTS1. 1 2 Title of the Book Author Ethnic Embroidery of India Usha Shrikant Encyclopedia of embroidery stitches including Marion Nicholas crewel Embroidery Designs Quilters work book Nirmala C. border. patch work etc. ruching. folding. smocking etc. Apparel Accessory Lifestyle product Corporate stationary - - - REFERENCE BOOKSSr. Samples include creative textures using techniques like drawn threads. Samples include various combinations and mixing different machine sewing techniques like tucks. Students will make samples using yarn craft techniques like Macramé. students are required to create basic samples of 7”X7” on muslin. pleats. and dyeing the samples with more than 2 colors. Samples include basic hand embroidery stitches like outline. pleating. Students will incorporate all the techniques learnt above and will do the creative application using creative forms. object tying etc. and its application.G.I (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: To acquire knowledge and awareness of the types of garment machinery available in the industry.4-YEAR U.Edge Guides - . pockets. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FIRST YEAR SUBJECT: SEWING TECHNIQUES. . and application of right machinery for production of the required garment. collars. Classification of Finishing Equipment and their applications • Introduction to Sewing Machines attachments and their applications.This course prepares the learner to acquire the knowledge and skills. cuffs. and to acquire the skills to apply those construction techniques in a sample form . and fasteners which are ultimately used for stitching of any garments CONTENTS: • • Classification of Sewing Machines and their applications Sewing machine bed types Basic sewing machines General Sewing Over locking machine Blind Stitching machine Button hole machine Button Sewing machine Bar tacking machine Needle basic structure and types Thread sizing Seam Properties.To acquire knowledge and skill regarding stitching techniques for various garment components such as plackets. . .To understand the importance and necessity of various construction techniques for different fabrics. regarding the operational use of industrial sewing machines. Appearance and performance. notched. Lapped. Welt Seam (Feed of Arm)Double Top stitch.Compensating foot / specialized presser foot . round. Notched and French) 10) Submission of Collars (Shirt Collar and Mandarin collar) . Invisible).Stitching Jig Folders & Binders Machine Exercise. Hook And Eye. Velcro Cuffs (Square. Eyelets and Draw Strings. Button and Button Hole. Their basic diagrams and usages Plackets / Openings . Seam and Hem Finish (Woven and Knit Fabrics) . Plain seam on 4 thread over lock -Bound seam on 5 thread flat lock with folder attachment) 4) Submission of Necklines and armhole facings. Continuous. cross).• • • • • • • • • • • .Plain. Inseam Pocket (side. Continuous and Shirt Placket (fused un-fused and concealed. Flap. 4. Slash Pocket (single welt and Double welt) 8) Submission of various fasteners (Zippers (Visible. T shirt and Kurta plackets. round. 2. Rivets. T shirt and Kurta plackets). Shirt Placket (fused. Un-fused. Bound seam. three Point). 6. Round. Felt / Edge stitch. Velcro). Round. cross) Slash Pocket (single welt and Double welt) Fasteners – Zippers (Visible. 9) Submission of Cuffs (Square. Blouse. Cord. 3. Minimum 3 samples 5) Submission of Waist bands Minimum 3 samples 6) Submission of plackets (Slit.Fused. three Point). Hemming ( Visible and Invisible) Facings – Fused. Button and Button Hole. Fagotted. Slot. Invisible). French. Hook And Eye. Pockets – Patch (square . Rivets. notched. Elasticized Seam types – Class 1. Blouse. Un-fused and Bias. 7) Submission of pockets Patch (square . Press open. Stitch and cut. Piped. Press button. Press button. Eyelets and Draw Strings. un-fused and concealed.Slit. Tuck seam. fold and stitch.Over-lock. Box. Box. Flap. Inseam Pocket (side. Control and safety parameters Paper Exercise Introduction to Seams and seam allowance (Woven and Knit Fabrics) . Waistband. Notched and French) Shirt Collar and Mandarin collar ASSIGNMENT DETAILS: 1) Submission of Paper Exercise In line form minimum six samples (Size 8’’x8’’) 2) Submission of all seams on muslin (12 samples) and also on suitable fabrics (12 Samples) 3) Submission of Seams and Hem Finish (7samples on muslin) and on knitted fabric minimum 3 samples (Hem fold on 5 thread flat lock. 5. Hong Kong bound. REFERANCE BOOKS: Sr. 1 Title of the Book Complete Sewing Complete Sewing Guide to Author Publisher and Year The reader’s association. No. 1st edition Dorling Kindersley. 1999 The singer company. 2009 3 4 Singer Sewing Book The sewing book . 1976 digest Readers Digest 2 Book of Alison Smith Gladys Cunningham Alison Smith Dorling Kindersley. and text can be combined to create artwork in Illustrator. Adobe Illustrator and Corel Draw. Web design. symbols. Adobe Photoshop is the premiere image manipulation tool for print design. symbols. o Students will learn how an illustrator approaches challenges like proportion. COREL DRAW: o Students will acquire the knowledge of Corel Draw basics. PHOTOSHOP: o Photoshop Basics will help to quickly make sense of the software and start improving student’s photos and preparing images for design projects. lighting. and expression. for quickly make sense of the software and start improving student’s vector images for design projects. Bezier curves. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FIRST YEAR SUBJECT: COMPUTER APPLICATION (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVE: Students will acquire the knowledge of computer software’s like Adobe Photoshop. Web design. ILLUSTRATOR: o Students will learn professional illustration techniques for creating great-looking artwork using deceptively simple elements.4-YEAR U. storytelling. Students will explore the tools and technology used to create digital art in today’s fashion. gradients. fill colors.G. . and photography. perspective. After completion of basic Corel Draw students will able to develop their own print design. o Students will also learn how basic shapes. Students will acquire knowledge and get familiar with key concepts of Computers to develop creative approaches for the Fashion Industry. It's a must-know if students are planning to work with photos or design projects at any level. and duotone images. size. symbols. Integrate pencil sketches into the digital illustration process. Retouch and alter photographs non-destructively. link. Draw character art following the basic proportions of the human face. Create depth and shadow effects to give artwork a three-dimensional quality. use the Mixer Brush for freehand painting in Photoshop. and turn images into paintings. update images. gradients. baseline shift. Add curves to shapes using the Pen tool and Bezier curves. Create custom brushes. Work with text as a graphic element. Apply professional-quality typography in Photoshop. and rotate symbols to create repeated elements. gradients. and the Refine Edge dialog to combine images seamlessly. Use Swatches panel. adjustment layers. fill colors. considering leading. . Combine multiple photographs using gradient masks. Use clipping masks to frame a composition.o Students will acquire the knowledge about digital and offset printing process. Sharpen. tracking. and Color Libraries to effectively select and manage color schemes. and character portraits in Illustrator. CONTENTS: Adobe Photoshop – CS 5 • • • • • • • • • • • • Draw and manipulate custom raster/vector shapes using the Pen tool and shape tools. symbols. and displacement maps. using dodging and burning. Spray. kerning. blur. blending sliders. and vignette images using customizable and editable Smart Filters. Adobe Illustrator – CS 5 • • • • • • • • • • Create still life. and ligatures. editorial art/brand logos. partial grayscale. Create artwork from basic shapes. and hiding portions of text. Handle type creatively by applying textures to text. Create attractive grayscale. Utilize blend modes. Create precise selections in low-contrast images using vector masks and paths. pushing photographs through text and other shapes. Apply simple techniques for drawing each part of the human face. Use smart Objects in Photoshop to non-destructively edit. newspaper advt. Drawing of different Natural forms and converting them to different Design form with proper features. and color. separating and converting to curves. freehand tool. breaking apart. polygons. Use shape and freehand drawing tools to create complex shapes and patterns. . Fashion Image editing with proper tools. strokes. Import bitmap and vector art into Illustrator and create guides for illustration. spirals and graph paper with shape tools. 2. stars. 4. Create simple iconographic illustrations and shapes. Use gradients to create lighting and shadow effects. Texture creation and mapping using application of Special effects and filters.Corel Draw – X3 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Develop knowledge of fundamental concepts in bitmap and vector art. Drawing of Manmade and Natural object. Size – A3) Adobe Photoshop – CS 5:1. adding text. Follow basic routines for making selections. Design a symmetrical title or identity that integrates repeated graphic elements and typography. 3. grouping. ungrouping. Follow basic routines for correcting bitmap images. Create a set of digital art pieces through exploration and experimentation. Adobe Illustrator – CS 5:1. Identify and discuss digital art applications for Adobe Photoshop and Corel Draw. Combining. applying effects. Create a sequential illustration that repeats certain features and colors over a series of frames to maintain a consistent look. Develop and sketch illustration concepts to prepare them for digital creation. 2. Develop proficiency in drawing or tracing using the Bezier. and saving files for the design layout in Corel Draw. Fashion objects drawing and placement. Typography and Text layout for various magazine. and adding fills. ellipses. etc. Drawing rectangle. ASSIGNMENTS: (Print – Digital High Quality. and saving files for the design layout in Corel Draw. Siegel. Katrin. 4.Corel Draw – X3:1. 5. 1 Title of the Book Respective software manuals – Latest Version (Adobe Photoshop. Fashion elements design (Geometrical & Abstract Shapes) Fashion Image editing with proper tools. Version 7. Texture creation and application on fabric or garment. Simmon – Steve Publisher Author 2 Photoshop Retouching Techniques 3 “Teach Yourself Access for Windows 95. REFERENCE BOOKS: SR. No. Drawing of Manmade and Natural Object. Application of Special effects and filters. 2. New Delhi . 3. Charles BPB Publications. Corel Trace) Eismann.0” 1999. SECOND YEAR . details & its relation with garment & garment details are essential foundation to go for design process. They will also develop the skills for basic patternmaking along with dart manipulation techniques. • To impart the knowledge about the Traditional fabric made using different materials and techniques which acts as an expression of the tradition and culture of India. To learn and develop the understanding for the relation of fabric and technology in the requirement of appropriate selection of the same for the desired end product. practice and process for development of approach toward solving problems. design elements. details & its relation with garment & garment details which are essential foundation to go for design process. • To combine chronological as well as conceptual understanding of design history. To learn basic fundamentals of draping which will include blocks and basic styles. Develop knowledge and skills regarding dart manipulation. To develop the skills for drawing and understanding of Fashion figure with appropriate proportions. And also to acquire the skill and knowledge of the use of appropriate garment construction techniques to assemble the end product. To learn the use and application of pattern making in fashion industry and acquire knowledge of tools and symbols used in patternmaking. To acquire the knowledge about the understanding and appreciation of the evolution of the Indian and western clothing at the cradle of the civilization. prehistoric times through the classical eras to the middle ages and in the most recent times. • To identify and introduce the crafts which are to be revived and preserved. • To acquire the knowledge of digitalized fashion figure with appropriate proportions.SECOND YEAR BACHELOR OF FASHION DESIGN The Second Year will prepare students to acquire in depth knowledge of the subjects. • • • • • . II) Subject Fashion Art and Design II Draping Fundamentals Garment Construction I Pattern Making I Digital Design Studio Examination Class Annual Hours Duration Work Examination 03 03 06 06 03 128 128 128 128 128 40 40 60 60 40 60 60 90 90 60 Total 100 100 150 150 100 12. External 100 Assessment40 marks) TOTAL 1000 CLASS WORK-The Internal 40 marks are for annual Internal Assignments & Class Tests for all Theory Subjects. 5.COURSE STRUCTURE • Sr. 10.I) Subject Examination Hours Duration 64 64 64 Class Work 40 40 40 Annual Examination 60 60 60 Total 100 100 100 Design Understanding and 03 Overview Application of Textiles in 03 Fashion History of Fashion 03 • Sr.The Internal 40 marks are for annual Internal Assignments for all Practical Subjects. PRACTICAL SUBJECTS (GROUP. 4. THEORY SUBJECT (GROUP. 6. Craft Project - * 128 40 60 (viva. No. 11.SECOND YEAR BFD. Internal Assignments 20 marks (aggregate) Class Test 20 marks Total 40 marks .20 marks. 9. 8. 7. No. . * CRAFT PROJECT- (Annual University Examination) the Craft Project will be evaluated by minimum 2 experts who have contributed to Craft Development. The Final examination will include Viva of 20 marks and work assessment in stages for 40 marks. A bound craft project will be signed by Internal Mentor & Principal & finally by the External jury. 4-YEAR U.G. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN SECOND YEAR SUBJECT: DESIGN UNDERSTANDING AND OVERVIEW (THEORY) ............................................................................................................................ OBJECTIVETo develop awareness and further the knowledge of design process through visual examination as well as topical discussions. - To develop resources and vocabulary while applying your knowledge to a larger cultural network of communication and aesthetic discourse. - To develop insight into contemporary/eminent producers of visual designer, Type Designer and other relevant profile, ultimately to articulate your own ideas with clarity, rigor, and imagination. CONTENTSBLOCK- I 1) Design Process Overview 2) Design Process Extended 3) Understanding Empathy and develop Key Insights, Seek Emotions, Seek Story, Seek Motivation 4) Creativity & Innovations 5) Story Board – Visual Maps & Words 6) Prototype Exercise – Rapid 7) Prototype Exercise – Detailed / Role-play BLOCK-II 1) Art History Sessions (European Art History) 2) Art Movement Study 3) Design History, Understanding Political/ Social/ Cultural Aspect Influencing - Design 4) Design, Information & Communication as Social Platform (Issues / Challenges Impact) BLOCK-III 1) Typography History / Printing Technology Evolution 2) Type Anatomy and Type Classification 3) Exploring Typography -1 4) Exploring Typography -2 5) Exploring Composition - Alignments, Grid, Mixing Typeface, Understanding the Rules and breaking away, Issues & Legibility 6) Exploring Logo & Branding BLOCK- IV 1) Introductions to the symbols and its terminology / Evolution 2) Signage and Social Impact 3) Exploring Tools in Information Graphics (4 Hour Session) BLOCK- V 1) Quick Exploration of Space in Design – Understanding Basics of Perspective / Isometric 2) Quick Exploration of Illusions in Design 3) Digital Media Technology in Design – Exploring Beyond Photoshop & Standard Tools Explore possibilities with the tools needed to develop new ways of creating and delivering information over various digital media. ASSIGNMENT DETAILS1) Develop a Product – Process in parts 2) Group Exercise- and Diagrams Thinking with Type Ellen Lupton 6 . generate sketch frames.Story Board Based on Visual Map . and write down those point in 10 Mins. Norman Designer's Guide to Creating Charts Holmes. time and vice versa. 11) Generate a Visual Illusion – Simple . Create a story around the product. 5) Final / Detailed Prototype 6) Presentation on Art movement and Critical study of related Artist ) 7) Creating Letterform – Basic 8) Word Play Exercise 9) Creating Letterform by Exploration 10) Generating a Poster Composition using a letterform generated. 1 2 3 4 5 BOOK Thinking Design Design for the real world Mr.Define Point of View and generate Idea Sketch. Nigel (1991).NO. Beck's Underground Map The Design of Everyday Things AUTHOR Prof.Complicated REFERANCE BOOKS- SR. try and come out of the needs of user by asking lot of question. S.A) User Interview: Based on the product. Balaram Victor Papanek Ken Garland Donald A. 4) Individual Exercise. B) Based Interview and understanding – (Define: Physical Attributes / What If / Needs/ Insight) 3) Individual Exercise. generate words. MaharashtrianShalu. Brocades Of Banaras. Bengal Cotton Sari. - CONTENTS: 1. printed. Kota. Ajrakh. Irkal. Kalamkari. Zardozi. The students will also understand the modification of the properties of material to make it more contemporaries in the recent decade. Paithani. Significance of traditional textile and functions of embroideries. woven. painted. Kasuti. Gota Patti. Maheshwari . Mata Ni Pachedi. The students acquire the knowledge about the significance and function of traditional textiles and embroideries The Students will acquire the knowledge about the characteristics of Indian traditional dyed. • Embroidery – ChambaRumal. The students will explore the contemporary fabrics of recent decade which offer exciting options for an increasingly complex range of consumer demands. Understanding Of Traditional Textiles For Process. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN SECOND YEAR SUBJECT: APPLICATION OF TEXTILES IN FASHION (THEORY) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: The course imparts the knowledge about the Traditional fabric made using different materials and techniques which acts as an expression of the tradition and culture of India.G. Orissa Cotton And Silk Sari. • Woven – Mashroo. Chikankari. . Appliqué. Chanderi . Application And Design For The Following: • Dyed And Printed – Bandhej And Leheria. Andra Cotton And Silk Sari. Kutch. Kasavu. Madhubani Painting. Baluchari. Warli. 2. Block Printing Of Bagaru And Sangner. Tamil Nadu Cotton And Silk. Phulkari AndBagh.4-YEAR U. Dabu Printing. Ikat • Painting – Phad Painting. Himroo. Pichhwai. and embroidered textiles and explore the constraints and benefits related to its application. 1 2 3 Assignments Illustrate 5 traditional motifs used in traditional textiles and 15 embroideries of different states of India.London Roli & Janssen BV. Hundekar Mumbai Indian Embroidery Silk Brocades Rosemary Crill Yashodhara Publication Limited. 1 Title of the Book Author Publication Name Year Ikat textiles of India Chelna Desai Chronicle Books. Sourcing of Fabrics (Traditional &Contemporary) based on Categories. San 1988 francisco 2 Saris of India Amar VastraKosh. No. Prepare a swatch file of 25 fabrics each used in men’s and 15 women’s wear. . dyeing and Printing Marks REFERENCE BOOKS: Sr. Explore the contemporary fabrics for the present decade.Men’s .3. New 2003 . Presentation on one recent development done in the field of 10 weaving. 1995 1998 3 4 The sari Indian Ikat Textiles Weatherhill Inc. 5 Colour Ajrakh Impressions and Dr. knitting.Ela Dedhia and Private Expressions M. 2008 6 7 Victoria & Albert 1999 Museum. No.Women’s ASSIGNMENT DETAILS: Sr. 1989 Ambasanyal New Delhi Linda Lynton Rosemary Crill Thames London &Hudson. 4. Kapur Chishti and Wiley Eastern Limited. 2007 2002 14 Usha Shrikant Usha Shrikant.Agarwal 8 Hand-woven India Fabrics Delhi of Jaslen Dhamija and Mapin Publishing Pvt. 1991 Nicholas Barnard London Laila Tyabji Usha Shrikant Marg Publications. Ahmedabad Veronica Murphy & Victoria & Albert 1991 Rosemary Crill Museum. New 1995 Delhi Usha Shrikant. London Abhishek Publication. Pune 2009 17 Ethnic embroidery India Part II Usha Shrikant 18 19 20 Saris-Tradition & Beyond Textile Journal Textile view Martand Singh. New 2010 RtaKapur Chishti Delhi .. New 1998 15 Vijai Singh Katiyar 2009 16 Handicrafts of India Kamladevi Chattopadhyay of New age International Publishers Ltd. 1989 Jyotindra Jain Ltd. Pune Wisdom Delhi Tree. Roli & Janssen BV. 2004 Chandigarh 9 Tie-Dyed textiles of India 10 Traditional Indian Parul Bhatnagar costumes and Textiles Traditional Indian textile Threads and voices Designs for a life time Ethnic embroidery India Part I Indian Saris of 11 12 13 John gillow and Thames and Hudson. Samata Mumbai Entreprise. G. prehistoric times through the classical eras to the middle ages and in the most recent times. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN SECOND YEAR SUBJECT: HISTORY OF FASHION (THEORY) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: To acquire the knowledge about the understanding and appreciation of the evolution of the Indian and western clothing at the cradle of the civilization. 19th and 20th century . Kushan period f. Byzantine e. Pre Historic Era b.4-YEAR U. Vedic Period c. History of fashion from18th . Ancient Greek c. Gupta period g. Maurya and Sunga Period d. History of Indian Costume. Rococo h. CONTENTS: 1. Satvahana period e. To develop an understanding of Indian and western costumes which acts as a vital piece of material that helps to understand what has happened in the past and how it affects our present. British 2. a. Ancient Egypt b. Renaissance f. Baroque g. Mughal h. History of Western Costumes a. Ancient Rome d. M.Eberle. textiles and jewelry of India Costumes and Textiles of royal India Traditional Indian Costumes and Textiles Indian Costumes AUTHOR Roshen Alkazi VishuArora PUBLICATION Art Heritage. 1 2 Assignments Marks Presentation on the male. Review of movies.Kilgus. H. female costumes.NO 1 2 3 BOOK Ancient Indian Costumes Vol. Clothing Technology D. R. W. No. I and II Art Heritage 2008 .Hermling.Hornberger.Parul Bhatnagar Prakash books 2004 Christe’s books 2000 Abhishek Publication. 2008 Abhishek Publications 2008 Greenwood Press 2008 Jill Condra Vandana Bhandari Ritu Kumar Dr.Menzer.ASSIGNMENTS: Sr. I and II Suvasas-The beautiful costumes The greenwood encyclopedia of clothing through world history Costumes. 30 head gear and jewelry.Chandigarh2004 Roli Books 2006 Europa Lehrimittal 2002 4 5 6 7 8 9 Anamika Pathak H. their hair style.Ring Ancient Indian Costumes Roshen Alkazi Vol. 30 REFERENCE BOOKS: SR. front. . DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN SECOND YEAR SUBJECT: FASHION ART & DESIGN. Fashion figure (Male.II (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVESThe skills for drawing and understanding of Fashion figure with appropriate proportions. Female & Kids fashion figure. side. Facial details like eyes. Back. Female.This subject will also provide the skills to draw different hair styles with a practice of Facial details. . . legs.Develops the drawing skills to illustrate a Male. . Body details• Drawing body details with different movements.Incorporating above elements on a Fashion figure with necessary details to come up with an appropriate Fashion Illustration. feet. Kids) with various views• Drawing of Male.G. 2. . nose and lips.4-YEAR U.Student will gain the knowledge of drawing the technicalities & details of various Fashion elements with the correct Terminologies. 3. & different positions. Female and a Kid’s Fashion Figure. CONTENTS1. • Drawing arms. . details & its relation with garment & garment details are essential foundation to go for design process.Students will also acquire the skill for drawing with accurate proportions and other aesthetic details of Body of a Fashion figure. palm. Side & 3/4th. • Different views such as Front. Face details with hair styles• • Drawing different face positions such 3/4th. 3) Details of fashion head. . bows & ties.Students will draw a 10 complete fashion figures with clothes using Fashion elements and all the drawing skills taught above. No.4.Students will draw 15 types of each Fashion element. 5) Drawing and combining different Fashion elements on a Fashion figure to complete the fashion look. legs. ASSIGNMENTS1) Details of fashion figures.Students will draw total 20 figures for Female. nose and lips and its positions. (NOTE. 5. 4) Drawing of different fashion elements specified above. 2005 &Tizianapaci Mode (Fashion. pockets. waist bands. Drawing & design) Hannelore Eberle & Auflage publication.) REFERENCE BOOKSSr. Block and Fleshing of the figure. collars. Clothing details (elements of fashion including fashion accessories) • Drawing various Fashion elements to form a garment such as. . cuffs.Students will draw 5 different positions of all above body parts. yokes. palm. block forms and fleshing of the figure. 20 figure for Male and 10 for Kid’s with the help of Stick. female & kid’s figures with help of Stick. types of sleeves. Separate studies of male. necklines.all the assignments will carry 10 marks each and will be converted out of 15 for the Internal Assessments. facial details like eyes. . .Students will draw total number of 10 Female & 10 Male Fashion heads with all the details. & it’s different positions. . feet. frills & flounces etc. Application on the Fashion figure using EOF• Drawing and combining different Fashion elements on a Fashion figure to make a good Design. . 2) Detail study of hands arms. 1 2 Title of the Book Figure drawing Author Publication Elisabetta druid Pepin press. Inc.Hannes Dollel 3 Fashion Sketchbook Bina Abling 4 Illustrating Fashion Concept to Steven Stipelman creation 5 Fashion Sketchbook Bina Abling 6 Fashion Illustration for Designers Kathryn Hagen 2010 4th edition . eberly Berger Lisa Arbetter . Inc. Inc. Inc. New York Publication Year – 2004 2nd edition . New Jersey07458 Publication Year – 2005 B. New York Publication Year – 2004 Pearson Education . MacDonald 9 10 Clothing technology In style (secrets of style) H. New York Publication Year – 2005 4thedition . Fairchild Publications. New York Publication Year – 2002 Verlag Europa Leher Mittel. Upper Saddle River . London W1HOAH Publication Year – 1995 3rd edition Fairchild Publications. Fairchild Publications.. 2010 In style books publishing. Inc. Fairchild Publications. Bats ford Ltd.T.2003 7 Fashion Children Design Illustration Patrick John Ireland 8 Principles of Flat Pattern Design Nora M. Single Dart.Terminology. NurieRelis BinaAblina Maggio . Double Dart skirt Flared . Skirt With Yoke ASSIGNMENT DETAILS: 1) Submission of Draped 2) Submission of Draped 3) Submission of Draped 4) Submission of Draped 5) Submission of Draped REFERENCE BOOKS: Sr.Single Dart. Double Dart Skirt Variations.Flared.Gathered Skirt and Skirt With Yoke Edition Publisher Fairchild Publications 2008 Fairchild Publications 2005 Prentice-Hall Inc.4-YEAR U. CONTENTS: • • • • • • Introduction To Draping.The student will learn basic fundamentals of draping which will include blocks and basic styles. Muslin Preparation Basic Bodice Block. Gathered. No. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN SECOND YEAR SUBJECT: DRAPING FUNDAMENTALS (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: .(A Siman & Schuster company) 1993 Fairchild Publications 2009 Author Helen Joseph Armstrong Connie crawford Amaden- Draping for Apparel Second Design Edition The Art Of Fashion Third Draping Edition Second Draping for Fashion Edition Design Draping Drawing Drafting & 2009 Hilde Jaffe.Front And Back Dart Manipulation. 1 2 3 4 Title of the Book Basic Bodice Block. Double Dart Neckline and Armhole variations Basic Skirts . Kathlech .G.Front And Back bodice block with Dart Manipulation patterns with Neckline and Armhole variations Single Dart. Develop knowledge and skills regarding dart manipulation. Dummy Preparation. Gipsy. Circular.4 YEAR U. Tiered. Gored. (# US 8) Construction of Princess Line fitted dress (Shoulder and Arm hole) (# US 8) Marks 60 20 40 60 20 20 . and Balloon) (# 3 years to 5 years) • Baby Frock. CONTENTS: • Skirts (Drindle. Paneled. Acquire the skill and knowledge of the use of appropriate garment construction techniques to assemble the end product. (# 3 years to 5 years) Construction of Single & Double Dart Skirt (# US 8) Construction of Skirts Variations (A line. Gored. Flounce. Paneled. (# US 8) Construction of Fitted dress using basic Torso. (# 3 years to 5 years) • Single & Double Dart Skirt (# US 8) • Skirts Variations (A line. and Circular with uneven hemline) any Three.G. and Balloon) (# 3 years to 5 years) Construction of Baby Frock. (# US 8) • Fitted dress using basic Torso. (# US 8) • Princess Line fitted dress (Shoulder and Arm hole) (# US 8) • Kurta (# Customized) • Salwar (# Customized) • Churidar (# Customized) • Term Garment (# Customized) ASSIGNMENT DETAILS: Assignments Construction of Skirts (Dirndl. Tiered. Circular. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN SECOND YEAR SUBJECT: GARMENT CONSTRUCTION – I (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: The student will learn the development and understanding for the relation of fabric and technology in the requirement of appropriate selection of the same for the desired end product. Yoked. Apply appropriate finishing techniques for the specific fabric. and Circular with uneven hemline) any Three. Flounce. Gipsy. Yoked. 3. 5. 6. The Textile Institute Cowles Creative Publishing Collins and Brown Singer Sewing Book The Sewing Book Stitch and seams Sewing Essentials Ultimate sewing Bible . 1976. 4. 20 20 20 40 320 Title of the Book Complete Sewing Complete Sewing Guide Book to of Author Readers Digest Alison Smith Gladys Cunningham Alison Smith R M Laing. 7. 1. 2009. No. Dorling Kindersley. J Webster Singer Marie Clayton Publisher and Year The reader’s digest association. 2. 1st edition Dorling Kindersley. 1999 The Singer company.Construction of Kurta (# Customized) Construction of Salwar (# Customized) Construction of Churidar (# Customized) Construction of Term Garment (# Customized) Total REFERENCE BOOKS: Sr. G. Tiered. Gored. with Pivotal transfer and slash techniques for bodice. Paneled. Flounce. Introduction of added fullness principal Sleeve variations (Puff. The students will learn how to make patterns for all kinds of garments according to their own designs for men and women as well as for kids. Shirt collar and Convertible collar Skirts Variations. Cape.The student will learn the importance of pattern making in fashion industry and acquire knowledge of tools and symbols used in patternmaking. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN SECOND YEAR SUBJECT: PATTERN MAKING – I (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: . Yoked. The garment features such as sleeves. Torso foundation (# US 8) Application of various style lines in torso (Shoulder and Arm hole) Introduction of Indian Ethnic Wear (# Customized) • • • • • • • • • . CONTENTS: • Kids (# 3 years to 5 years) Body block Basic sleeve Sleeve Variations (Puff and Faired) Collar variations (Peter-pan. Circular.A line.4-YEAR U. and Circular with uneven hemline. Gipsy. Flared and Leg-o-mutton) Collar variations Mandarin collar. will be explored in detail. collars. Petal. and Bishop) Skirt variations (Dirndl. They will also develop the skills for basic patternmaking along with dart manipulation techniques. and Balloon) Adults (# US 8) Bodice block Basic sleeve Basic skirt block (Single and Double dart) Introduction of dart manipulation principal. cuffs etc. Cape.• • • Kurta Salwar Churidar. Submission of Complete patterns of Torso foundation (# US 8) Submission of Complete patterns of Princess line torso (# US 8) Submission of Complete patterns of Kurta Submission of Complete patterns of Salwar Submission of Complete patterns of Churidar. Tiered. and Circular with uneven hemline.A line. Yoked. Gored. Petal. and Balloon) Submission of Complete patterns of Adults Bodice block & Basic sleeve (# US 8) Submission of Complete patterns of Basic skirt block (Single and Double dart) Submission of Complete patterns of Dart manipulation (Single and Double dart series) Submission of Complete patterns of Sleeve variations (Puff. Flared and Leg-o-mutton) Submission of Complete patterns of Collar variations Mandarin collar. Shirt collar and Convertible collar Submission of Complete patterns of Skirts Variations. Flounce. Circular. Total Marks 20 10 15 20 20 20 40 20 15 40 10 20 10 10 10 280 . Paneled. ASSIGNMENT DETAILS: Assignments Submission of Complete patterns of Kids Body block (# 3 years to 5 years) & Basic sleeve Submission of Complete patterns of Sleeve Variations (Puff and Faired) Submission of Complete patterns of Collar variations (Peter-pan. and Bishop) Submission of Complete patterns of Skirt variations (Dirndl. Gipsy. Author Winifred Aldrich Lori A. 1 2 3 4 Title of the Book Edition Publisher Blackwell Publishing Inc. 2009 Blackwell Publishing Inc. Knowles Nora M. 1986 Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. MacDonald 9 Pearson Prentice Salvia Rosen Hall . No. Fairchild Publications Inc. Blackwell Science Ltd. Fairchild Publications Inc. MacDonald Natalie Bray Metric Pattern Cutting for 3rd children’s wear Edition Patternmaking for Fashion 2006 Designers 3rd Flat Pattern Design Edition 5th Dress Pattern Designing Edition Patternmaking for Fashion 4th Edition Design Metric Pattern Cutting (For Men’s wear) Metric Pattern Cutting (For Women’s wear) Principles of Flat Pattern Design Pattern Making A Comprehensive Reference For Fashion Design 5 Helen Armstrong Joseph 6 7 8 3rd Edition 4th Edition 4th Edition 2004 Winifred Aldrich Winifred Aldrich Nora M.REFERENCE BOOKS: Sr. Fairchild Publications Inc. Ltd. Blackwell Publishing Inc. features and hairstyles. body.Students will acquire the knowledge of digitalized fashion figure with appropriate proportions. Collars f. Corel Draw & Illustrator. Female & Kids fashion figure with face. . Waist bands j.4-YEAR U. Cuffs c.Students will acquire the skill for computerized/ digital drawing with details like face. bows & ties k.Digital illustration of Male. Bodice front and back . . details & its relation with garment & garment details which are essential foundation to go for design process.This will also make students to incorporate above elements on a Fashion figure with necessary details to come up with an appropriate Computerized Fashion Illustration.Develops the computer skills to illustrate a Male. . Digital illustration of Male. . Female and a Kid’s Fashion Figure using appropriate Software like Photoshop. 2. Cuffs g.G. Plackets d. Pockets b. 3. Clothing details (elements of fashion including fashion accessories) a. hair style and garment with accurate proportions. Necklines h. Yokes i. . Female & Kids fashion figure. CONTENTS: 1. Fashion figure rendering with necessary details. Pleats e.Students will learn to create fashion elements and fashion accessories with correct terminologies with the use of digital technology. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN SECOND YEAR SUBJECT: DIGITAL DESIGN STUDIO (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: . pockets. Female and kids) 2. (Types of sleeves. Details of Fashion figure with flat rendering.l. features and hairstyles with necessary tool of Corel draw.) 4. Application on the Fashion figure using EOF a. Female & Kids) REFERENCE BOOKS: Sr. M. Belt. Belt. Jewelry etc. Eberly. ASSIGNMENTS: 1. Combining different Fashion elements on a Fashion figure to make a good digital illustration for design. (Male. No. (Male. Female & Kids fashion figure like face. Combining different Fashion elements on a Fashion figure to complete the fashion look with computer tools. Digital creation of different fashion elements and fashion accessories. Pap/Cdr edition (19 April 2010) John Wiley & Sons. 2nd Edition edition (1 Feb 2006) Basia Szkutnicka 2 3 Fashion Source Book Clothing Technology Kathryn Mckelvey H. Bags.2008 . Horn Verlag Europa – Leher mittel berger year . 1 Title of the Book Technical Fashion Drawing for Author Publisher Laurence King. 3. necklines. Details of Male. Bags etc. 4. footwear. to create a sustainable product line for the recent fashion scenario.G. 4) Initial approach to the “Artisans” for explaining the Project and its importance.4-YEAR U.NGO . The subject also helps in identifying the crafts which are to be revived and preserved. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN SECOND YEAR SUBJECT: CRAFT PROJECT (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVESThis subject provides a wide array on Indian Traditional embroideries & textiles of India which is an integral part of Fashion since many years. CONTENTSSTEP-1 1) Selection of the Craft 2) Research on the Craft . studied by students to uplift them using their Design skills with the help of Artisans. 6) Search information for the various Organizations working to preserve the craft. with technologies and creative inputs. . .Product range 3) Search for the “Artisans” working for the craft.To awaken the creativity of a community. This subject assists in understanding various NGO’s who work to promote Indian crafts. 5) Telephonic interaction with the Artisan regarding the current problems associated with the promotion and development of the craft.Origin .History . .Government Organization .Also imparts the knowledge to update artist’s.Manufacturing process . The crafts that empower and are source of income of few areas.Local Outlets . 2 1) List down the challenges related to the craft. jackets.7) Application of the Craft in recent Fashion Scenario. 2) Selection of the Product Category (any one) . . Indian ethnic etc. life style products etc. 2) Display 3) Show ASSIGNMENTSApplication of Indian Traditional Crafts for making Women’s apparel. waist coats.3 1) Implementation and application of the Products in Fashion. Students are expected to make 2 women’s apparel products such as dresses.Pencil sketches . . 6) Approval from the Artisans regarding the changes. skirts. stationary. accessories. tops.Retail collection STEP. . . (through Internet) 7) Production (will be done at the actual location with the Artisan) STEP.Corporate Gifts or Stationary .Color Variations .Accessories .Designer collection .Apparel .Design Development 4) Interpretation of ideas on paper.Color Sketches 5) Approval from the concerned Faculty.Print Development .Home/ corporate Decor 3) Students contribution in Product Identification & Development in terms of.Fabric Development .Motif Development . wall hangings. Students are expected to make 6 home decor products such as Table cloth. flower pots. tea coasters etc. stoles. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Title of the Book Indian Embroidery Traditional textiles of India Kasuti of Karnataka Karnataki Kashida Colorful textiles of Rajasthan Carpets and floor covering of India Ikat textiles of India Sari of India The sari style Masterpiece of Indian textile Needle lore Costumes and textiles of India Appliqué work of Orissa Indian Embroidery Textiles and Embroidery of India Handicrafts of India Author Irwin and Hall Shailji naik Indira joshi Ahilya kirloskar Kothari Gulab Chattopadhayya kamala devi Chelna Desai Kapur Chishti and Ambasanyal Linda Lynton Rustom J Mehta Neelam Garewal Jamilabrij Bhushan Mohanti Vijay Chandra Savitri Pandit Marg publication Chattopadhayya kamala devi . bags. foot wear. cushion covers.- Students are expected to make any 6 accessories for Women such as. belts etc. pen stand. diaries. Jwellery. No. Students are expected to make 6 corporate stationary products such as Table stand. folders. REFERENCE BOOKSSr. bed sheets etc. THIRD YEAR . trousers and denims the conversion of dart fullness into designs like line variation. To gain the knowledge and skills to develop interpretation of the design sketch into draping for Style Lines. Cowls& Bias Cut Dresses. functionalities & design through computer. • To get acquainted with Digital technique through Computer inputs for developing various categories of clothing covering the various aspects of Fashion process such as fabric. To acquire knowledge about the marketplace and the approach towards marketing. To learn the development and understanding for the relation of fabric and technology in the requirement of appropriate selection of the same for the desired end product.THIRD YEAR BACHELOR OF FASHION DESIGN The Third Year will prepare students to acquire in depth knowledge of specialized subjects in related areas of Fashion. Fitted Midriff. To learn block development and styled patterns relating to women's or men's tailored garments like shirts. cowls and added fullness. dart variation. • • • • • • • • . To learn the knowledge about the colors and prints used in creating an aesthetically pleasing design that is the most important factor in the customer’s decision to purchase end product. To obtain knowledge and understand of application of forecasting techniques to determine market demands and acquire skills to make use of the forecast for design collections. To gain work experience through Internship that can be incorporated in the Curriculum Vitae. To develop the understanding about the purposes of the finishes and quality that prepares textile products for further processing and enhancing the aesthetics and/or performance of the final product. Collars. different types of gathers. construction. No. THEORY SUBJECT (GROUP.THIRD YEAR BFD.II) Sr. 6.COURSE STRUCTURE • Sr.The Internal 40 marks are for annual Internal Assignments for all Practical Subjects. 4. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Subject Fashion Art and Design III Advance Draping Garment Construction II Pattern Making II Digital Design Categories Internship CLASS WORKfor Apparel Examination Class Hours Duration Work 03 03 03 03 03 03 128 128 128 128 128 128 40 40 40 40 40 40 Annual Examination 60 60 60 60 60 60 TOTAL Total 100 100 100 100 100 200 1000 -The Internal 40 marks are for annual Internal Assignments & Class Tests for all Theory Subjects. 5.I) Subject Examination Class Hours Duration Work 64 64 64 40 40 40 Annual Examination 60 60 60 Total 100 100 100 Introduction to Fashion 03 Marketing and Merchandising Textile Coloring and Finishing 03 Fundamentals Fashion Forecasting 03 • PRACTICAL SUBJECTS (GROUP. . Internal Assignments 20 marks (aggregate) Class Test 20 marks Total 40 marks . No. tech pack. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN THIRD YEAR SUBJECT: INTRODUCTION TO FASHION MARKETING AND MERCHANDISING (THEORY) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: • To acquire knowledge about the marketplace and the approach towards marketing • To have a practical and hands on Approach of merchandising in an apparel company. Marketing Management 9. Merchandising During Production a. Production File b. sampling and packaging. Core Concepts of Marketing 8. Managing Marketing Information & Measuring market demand . Merchandising in relation to Fabrics.G. Characteristics of Merchandising 2.4-YEAR U. product development 3. Product costing Marketing: 6. Merchandising for shipment 5. • To make the student understand the concept of merchandising with respect to time management and activities. CONTENTS: Merchandising: 1. The rapid adoption of Marketing Management 10. Definition of Merchandising b. Meaning of Marketing 7. Basic production System 4. What is merchandising? a. David L Fashion : From Concept To Frings. Publications Fashion Buying & Packard. REFERENCE BOOKS: Sr. 9th edition (2008) . To identify the promotional techniques for an international and national brand. Designer. 4.. Gini S Consumer Fair child publication. magazines. Retailers and Specialty Store etc. Pearson Prentice hall. 1. The Business of Fashion Burns. Merchandising A. 4. 4thrintingg. Title of the Book Principles of Marketing Author Philip Kotler Publication and year Prentice hall of indo . 2. 1999. advertising approach and Fashion Promotional techniques of a National and International Brand from the Fashion Pipeline such as Garment Manufacturers. New Delhi. The student will thoroughly understand the public relations strategy and create a press release for 2 components of fashion industry. Primary. secondary data collection of an international and national brand in terms of their media spend and promotional techniques. 5. 3. new York. & Axelrod. No. 3. 1980 Fair child Publication Inc. Winters.ASSIGNMENTS: 1. 1999 Relevant business & trade journals. Market Research in terms of Marketing focus. and Govt. 2. S. inspection. CONTENTS: 1.4-YEAR U. Process. 3. Classification of Dyes. To acquire the understanding about the purposes of the finishes and quality that prepares textile products for further processing and enhancing the aesthetics and/or performance of the final product. . fabric and garment processing. care labeling and standards. To understand the Different types of dyes and decoration of textiles by adding colour through dyeing To gain knowledge about the preparatory processes and methods of dyeing the fibre. Desizing. Souring. Bleaching and Mercerization 4. Selecting dyes according to the fiber content. Effect. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN THIRD YEAR SUBJECT: TEXTILE COLOURING AND FINISHING FUNDAMENTALS (THEORY) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: To acquire the knowledge about the colors and prints used in creating an aesthetically pleasing design which is the most important factor in the customer’s decision to purchase end products in fashion industry. Boiling. Types. Introduction and significance of dyes 2. yarn. union dyeing.G. Scouring. To learn the ornamentation of textiles by applying color in patterns by printing To understand the importance of quality. Advantage. textile testing. Achieving different shade effects on fabrics through cross dyeing. And Use Of Different Preparatory Processes Done On Textiles For The Dyeing And Printing: Singeing. roller. yarn. Methods of printing: Direct. Importance and benefits ASSIGNMENT DETAILS: Sr. Styles of Printing: Block. resist. flock. discharge 7. disadvantages and end uses. No.5. Standards-Introduction. duplex printing. process. Methods of Dyeing and effects achieved on various textile material Fiber. 6. transfer. 1 2 Assignments Preparation of journal on testing equipments used in 25 checking quality at a textile testing laboratory. screen. fabric and Garment. Introduction – What is quality? Why quality is important? What is Inspection? What is textile testing? 11. resist (tie and dye and batik). classification and types of finishes 9. Printing: Introduction. Care Labeling of apparel 12. women’s wear and home furnishing products. advantages. Fabric Defects 10. Preparation of screen 8. warp. Equipment. Finishes-Introduction. Collection of5 types of label used for different men’s 10 wear. Marks . stencil. yarn. Kadolph textiles and apparel An introduction quality assurance the retailers to for Pradip V Mehta 1998 9 Fairchild Publications. II Akshay Tholia Sarv International. Star 2009 business world.R. Subrata Das of apparel Woodhead Publishing India Pvt. Batsford Ltd.T. 1 Title of the Book Author Publishers Name Year Live Textiles-Vol. 1998 2 Handbook of Synthetic dyes and pigments Vol. Bombay MRS. Shah I and III Dyes and Dyeing C. A. Pellew 3 Publication. Marsh 7 1979 8 Pradip V Mehta. E. Prayag. M. No. 1998 4 5 6 The technique of Batik Veronica Murphy B. Managing quality in the Satish K. New Age International Ltd. K. Publications 1988 1987 Chemistry of dyes and V. Prayag printing Textile Science J. New York 1998 10 I Universe. 2009 Ltd. Shenai principles of dyeing Technology of textile R.L . S. London and Rosemary Crill Sevak Publications. Inc 2004 11 Quality Characterization Dr. New Delhi Multi-Tech Mumbai Abhishek Chandigarh Publishing Co.. T. apparel industry Bharadwaj Quality Assurance for Sara J. . Dharwad B.REFERENCE BOOKS: Sr. I. The role of a forecaster iv. The fashion timetable viii. Information Network ix. The fashion industry’s components vi. Research Process in Forecasting i. Primary sources ii.4-YEAR U. Secondary sources iii. New uses of products xv. Demographics vii. The new technology xiii.G. Tertiary sources iv. Plethora influences xi. The structure of the fashion industry vii. CONTENTS: 1. Fashion of involvement xiv. Observation posts xii. Value & life style viii. Introduction i. Tracking sales v. Old neighborhoods . Meaning of Forecasting iii. Publication ix. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN THIRD YEAR SUBJECT: FASHION FORECASTING (THEORY) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: To acquire knowledge and understand application of forecasting techniques to determine market demands and acquire skills to make use of the forecast for design collections. The precision of the forecast v. The selling strategy 2. Meaning of Fashion ii. Forecasting services x. Competition vi. K.Colour .Ornamentations . Making the fashion happen ASSIGNMENT DETAILS: Sr. New York 3rd. 1 2 3 Publication year Title of the Book Fashion Forecasting Fashion Forecasting Fashion Forecasting The Forecaster's Handbook Trend Author Brannon L.Print . New York Fairchild Books.Print .Style .Graphics Marks 1 30 2 30 REFERENCE BOOKS: Sr.Fabric .xvi. Perna Rita Evelyn Publication Fairchild Books.Style . Processes of Reporting i. Related industries 3. No.Ornamentations . No. Promotion iii.Graphics Submission on Present trends in forecasting of women’s wear . Assignments Submission on Present trends in forecasting of men’s wear . U. 4 2010 .Fabric . Process of implementation ii.2010 1992 2008 McKelvey Kathryn & Wiley-Blckwell Munslow Janine Raymond Martin Laurence King.Colour . blouses. motion & shadows etc. Flat sketchesLine drawing of different garments in 2D forms such as skirts. knits &non woven • Print & plain. fold. Accessory rendering (any 6 accessories)• . . texture.Students to develop the exact Fabric in the form of its colour. • Woven. shirts. for various Fabrics detailing and understanding the way fabric falls onto body.Expands the skill to draw & render different fashion accessories used by men & women. Clothing composition on figure• Combining various garment details like silhouettes. folds.Develops the skill for communicating a design for production in the form of “2D flat drawings” of the design. fall & drape on paper using different color mediums. 4. lengths. CONTENTS1. drape etc. 2.III (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. 3. drapes. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN THIRD YEAR SUBJECT: FASHION ART & DESIGN.. This subject enables. dresses.4-YEAR U. . Fabric drapes and rendering• Rendering different fabrics to study their fall. .Develops and introduces categories of clothing that are meant for a specific occasion. . jackets and sportswear.Acquire the skill for clothing composition of the fashion figure by adding effects when a garment is worn. pants. .G. OBJECTIVESThe skill of a Fashion Designer is to perfectly convey the exact Design idea for all the levels of production through various details and technicalities. fall. Jwellery and Foot wear. (NOTE. 5) Creating a Clothing Category by rendering any one garment from each category and combining with suitable accessories. fabric. . stoles.• Drawing & rendering any 6 accessories in fashion used by Men & Women. . stripes. animal skin. fit. embroidered fabric etc. foot wear etc. Stoles. bags. 4) Drawing and rendering fashion accessories like Glares. Such as. fur.) 5. 2) Draping and drawing the garment on the fashion figure with all the details of body as well as garment details. . Glares. Drawing & Rendering various clothing categories including their specifications with color. 3) Drawing technical flat sketches in 2D for easier understanding of the garment details. Jwellery. . Checks. velvet. belts.all the assignments will carry 10 marks each and will be converted out of 15 for the Internal Assessments.Students will sketch and render one garment with all the details from each category of clothing.Students will render 10 fashion figure which will include figure as well as garment details. ethnic wear. functional wear (uniforms etc.Students will draw 20 flat sketches specifying front and back.Students will draw total 10 numbers of different Fashion Accessories. Bags. Casual wear. lounge wear. wool. Clothing categories• ASSIGNMENTS1) Study and rendering of different types of fabric like prints.Students will render 1 or 2 samples on paper for each type of fabric specified above. Such as. . silk. beach wear. formal wear. leather.) . and proportion. Belts. Drawing & design) & Hannes Dollel 2010 4thedition . Fairchild Publications. Inc. Inc. New Steven Stipelman creation York Publication Year – 2005 4thedition . Inc. No.. Upper Saddle River . Inc. New Fashion Sketchbook Bina Abling York Publication Year – 2004 2ndedition . eberly Berger Mittel.REFERENCE BOOKSSr. New Fashion Illustration for Designers Kathryn Hagen Jersey07458 Publication Year – 2005 B. Fairchild Illustrating Fashion Concept to Publications. Bats ford Ltd. New MacDonald York Publication Year – 2002 Verlag Europa Leher H.2003 . 2005 Tizianapaci Hannelore Eberle Auflage publication. Inc. Mode (Fashion. Fairchild Publications.T. John London W1HOAH Publication Year – 1995 7 Fashion Children Design Illustration Patrick Ireland 8 Principles of Flat Pattern Design 9 10 Clothing technology In style (secrets of style) 3rd edition Fairchild Nora M. 2010 In style books Lisa Arbetter publishing. Publications. New Fashion Sketchbook Bina Abling York Publication Year – 2004 Pearson Education . 1 2 Title of the Book Figure drawing Author Publication 3 4 5 6 Elisabetta druid & Pepin press. colour Hannelore Eberle Auflage and Style). .2 & Hannes Dollel 2010 publication. Illustration.11 Mode (Fashion. 4-YEAR U.G. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN THIRD YEAR SUBJECT: ADVANCE DRAPING (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: The student will acquire knowledge and skills to develop interpretation of the design sketch into draping for Style Lines, Fitted Midriff, Collars, Cowls & Bias Cut Dresses. CONTENTS: • Style Lines 10 variations on the Bodice. • Midriff Yoke 5 variations • Collars- Basic, Mandarin, Peter Pan, Sailor, notched, shawl (reverse). • Cowls- Front, Back, Armhole. • Application of cowls in lower garments • Bias Cut Dresses 5 variations ASSIGNMENT DETAILS: 6) Submission of draped designs with Different style lines 7) Submission of draped designs with fitted midriff 8) Submission of draped Basic, Mandarin, Peter Pan & Sailor collars 9) Submission of draped designs with Front, Back, & Armhole cowls 10) Submission of draped designs with bias cut dresses.(Presentation) REFERENCE BOOKS: Sr. No. 1 2 Title of the Book Edition Publisher Fairchild Publications 2008 Fairchild Publications 2005 Prentice-Hall Inc.(A Siman& Schuster company) 1993 Fairchild Publications 2009 Author Helen Joseph Armstrong Connie crawford Amaden- 3 Draping for Apparel Second Design Edition The Art Of Fashion Third Draping Edition Second Draping for Fashion Edition Design Draping Drawing Drafting & 2009 Hilde Jaffe, NurieRelis BinaAblina Maggio , Kathlech 4 4-YEAR U.G. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN THIRD YEAR SUBJECT: GARMENT CONSTRUCTION – II (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: The student will learn the development and understanding for the relation of fabric and technology in the requirement of appropriate selection of the same for the desired end product. Acquire the skill and knowledge of the use of appropriate garment construction techniques to assemble the end product. Apply appropriate finishing techniques for the specific fabric. Apply appropriate finishing techniques for the specific fabric. The application of the creative and specialized sewing technique to develop a highly structured, contoured garment using corsetry methods. Students will develop construction samples to support their own signature collection. - - CONTENTS: • Women’s tops & its variations • Strapless torso foundation • Women’s & Men’s Trouser • Women’s & Men’s Denim Jeans • Men's Shirt with cuff and collar • Sleeve variations (Raglan, Kimono, Batwing) (Note- all the samples will be done in # US 8) ASSIGNMENT DETAILS: Assignments Construction of Construction of Construction of Construction of Construction of Construction of Total Marks 60 20 30 30 30 70 240 Women’s tops & its variations. (min.3,) Strapless dress Shirt with cuff & collar using cotton fabric. Trouser. Denim. Term garment. (ethnic/ western wear) REFERENCE BOOKS: Sr. No. 8. 9. Title of the Book Complete Sewing Complete Sewing Guide Book to of Author Readers Digest Alison Smith Gladys Cunningham Alison Smith Publisher and Year The reader’s digest association, 1976. Dorling Kindersley, 1999 The Singer company, 1st edition Dorling Kindersley, 2009. 10. Singer Sewing Book 11. The Sewing Book Guide to sewing Professional 13. techniques designers 12. fashion Connie Amaden Fairchild Publication, 2nd edition. Crawford sewing Julie Cole, for Fairchild books. Sharon Czachor Singer Cowls creative publishings 14. Sewing Pants That Fit • Sleeve variations (Raglan. zigzag) b. Lines ( straight. Parallel. Batwing) ASSIGNMENT DETAILS: Assignments Submission of complete pattern of Women’s top & its two variations Submission of complete pattern ofStrapless torso foundation Submission of complete pattern of Women’s & Men’s Trouser Submission of complete pattern of Women’s & Men’s Denim jeans Submission of complete pattern of men's shirt Submission of complete pattern of Conversion of dart fullness into design Marks 30 20 40 40 20 100 . Manipulate the blocks into complete. Radiating. Tuck Dart) c. Application of pattern making for highly structured garments. Diagonal. trousers and denims the conversion of dart fullness into designs like line variation. Graduating. different types of gathers. Curved. dart variation. Students develop pattern making skills to support their own signature collection. pleats. CONTENTS: • Women’s top & its variations • Strapless torso foundation • Women’s & Men’s Trouser • Women’s & Men’s Denim Jeans • Men's Shirt with cuff and collar • Conversion of dart fullness into design a.G. finished stylized patterns that meet industry standard. Asymmetrical. curved. Dart conversion into gathers. Kimono.4-YEAR U. Darts ( Multiples. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN THIRD YEAR SUBJECT: PATTERN MAKING – II (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: The student will learn block development and styled patterns relating to women's or men's tailored garments like shirts. cowls and added fullness. (Minimum10) Submission of complete pattern of Sleeve variations (Raglan. Ltd. N o. 30 Batwing) Total 280 REFERENCE BOOKS: Sr . Kimono. MacDonald Natalie Bray Helen Armstrong Joseph Flat Pattern Design Dress Pattern Designing Patternmaking Design for 4 Fashion 4th Edition Cutting 3rd Edition Cutting 4th Edition 5 Metric Pattern (For Men’s wear) Metric Pattern (For Women’s wear) Blackwell Publishing Winifred Aldrich Inc. Knowles Inc. Blackwell Publishing Winifred Aldrich Inc. Fairchild Publications Jack Handford Inc. 2003 Edition Men’s casual wear) . 1 2 3 Title of the Book Edition Publisher Author Patternmaking Designers for Fashion 2006 3rd Edition 5th Edition Fairchild Publications Lori A. 6 7 ProfessionalPatternmaking for Designers(For Women’s wear. 2009 Nora M. Blackwell Science Ltd. 1986 Dorling Kindersley (India) Pvt. Fairchild Publications Inc. Computerized Story board . This subject also covers the various aspects of Fashion process such as fabric.Design development using Corel Draw. . lounge wear. beach wear etc.Computerized Print development / fabric developments .4-YEAR U. 1. women’s. casual. construction. party wear etc. This subject also aims at a thorough research on selected theme supported by a Design process to develop the whole range of clothing collection. Students create mood board. Functional requirements for product category (in terms of Design) . They learn to develop fabric in terms of weaves. Students will acquire the relevant knowledge & use computer skills to create motifs like geometrical. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN THIRD YEAR SUBJECT: DIGITAL DESIGN FOR APPAREL CATEGORY (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVE: Students get acquainted with Digital technique through Computer inputs for developing various categories of clothing. with the help of digital technology. story board of the collection using computer software’s for whole design process. Students will also develop prints for fashion categories like formal. casual wear. . prints and different textures. • Students develop a collection based on all the previous areas covered in fashion.G.Computerized Mood board .Computerized Motif for Men. functionalities & design through computer.A group of students will select a category such as. • • CONTENTS: • Product category (men’s. women and kids for selected category. floral and abstract for the clothing category which is to be designed. kid’s) . fasteners.Students are also required to study the construction requirements for making the clothing collection such as. Fabric Print) . REFERANCE BOOKS: Title of the book Corel Draw 12 (The official Guide) Steve Bain Complete Guide to Size Specification Paula J. Creating a computerized Story Board based on the above theme. Developing 10 designs with all above details and developing the Technical Flats with Specifications digital inputs using suitable computer Software. Checks and Stripes for Men’s Formal wear. Such as.Students will identify the required and suitable fabrics for making the clothing category. 3. (production & Technical flat) . 2. 4. pockets etc. Selection of the product category and a thorough research on the client for whom the collection to be designed. 2010 . kid’s wear and the body movements so that to give extra protection for specific motions. Fabric requirement for the product category (fabric types. Selecting a theme and Making a computerized Mood Board. openings. (a Power Point Presentation to be submitted) 2. 5.Students will study the functionalities of a specific category in the form of its uses and application. Construction requirement for product category. Development of 5 different motifs/ Prints using Corel Draw and Illustrator. ASSIGNMENTS: 1. Technical Design Technical Drawing for fashion Basia Szkutnicka Dreamtech Author Publisher Fairchild Laurence King. 3. Ex. 4-YEAR U. The internship will enrich the student for – 1) Understanding of the career field. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN THIRD YEAR SUBJECT: INTERNSHIP (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. 3) To learn the live practices and techniques at the job. CONTENT: Internship refers to a stage/phase during which an individual will get an opportunity to experience her industry of interest before entering into full time future career.G. Internships exposes the candidate to understand the way particular industry functions and what it would be like to work in that scenario. .. OBJECTIVES: To gain real time work experience from the Industry. 2) To develop useful skills. FOURTH YEAR . • To develop a collection based on all the previous areas covered in fashion. To learn the different components of fashion pipeline background and their purposes with the understanding of fashion promotion. The student will understand the Marketing focus. To make students understand how to make Portfolio which is in tune with industry requirement which is the compilation of their work.FOURTH YEAR BACHELOR OF FASHION DESIGN The Fourth Year will prepare students to apply in depth knowledge gained in various subjects in related areas of Fashion as Electives. To make students understand an in depth study of the “Surface Designer’s role” in Fashion which is in tune with industry as well as Market requirement. This subject also aims at a thorough research on selected theme supported by a Design process to develop the whole range of clothing collection. To make students understand an in depth study of the “Stylist role” in Fashion which is in tune with industry requirement. advertising approach and Fashion Promotional techniques of fashion industry. To make students understand an in depth study of the “Stylist role” in Fashion which is in tune with industry requirement. • • • • • . No.FOURTH YEAR BFD.40 marks) TOTAL 1000 400 3 - * 128 40 . 1 Subject Elective (ANY 1) Fashion Styling & Promotion Brand Design & Management Creative Surface Development Class Annual Examination Hours Work Examination Duration Total 03 256 80 120 200 2 Design Collection Design Research and Process 03 Fabric Sourcing and 03 Development Pattern Making 03 Construction Portfolio Development and Manual) (Digital 03 128 128 128 128 40 40 40 40 60 60 60 60 60 (viva.I) Subject Elective (ANY 1) Fashion Styling & Promotion Brand Design & Management 03 256 80 120 200 Creative Surface Development Fashion Promotion and 03 Media Management • PRACTICAL SUBJECTS (GROUP.II) Examination Class Hours Duration Work Annual Total Examination 2 64 40 60 100 Sr. No. 1 THEORY SUBJECT (GROUP.20 marks.COURSE STRUCTURE • Sr. External 100 Assessment. . A bound Portfolio will be signed by Internal Mentor & Principal & finally by the External jury.The Internal 40 marks are for annual Internal Assignments for all Practical Subjects.CLASS WORK-The Internal 40 marks are for annual Internal Assignments & Class Tests for all Theory Subjects. The Final examination will include Viva of 20 marks and work assessment in stages for 40 marks. Internal Assignments 20 marks (aggregate) Class Test 20 marks Total 40 marks *. .PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT (DIGITAL AND MANUAL) (Annual University Examination) The Portfolio will be evaluated by minimum 2 experts who have contributed to Fashion Industry. techniques and vocational quality that qualifies a student to work as a “Stylist” in Fashion Industry. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FOURTH YEAR SUBJECT: ELECTIVE. . accessories. background theme.I (FASHION STYLING AND PROMOTION) (THEORY) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: To make students understand an in depth study of the “Stylist role” in Fashion which is in tune with industry requirement. Props in styling Styling for Magazine Styling for Advertising (electronic advertising) Styling for Fashion Photography ASSIGNMENTSStudents are expected to prepare a document based on all the above contents and are also expected to compile them in the form of specialized Portfolio.4-YEAR U. CONTENT: Catalogue Design Corporate Stationary Design Fashion styling Fashion Photography Visual merchandising Styling elements: model. .G.To produce a strong visual document that explains the skills. Designs. . Advertising and Promotion in the Fashion industry.. OBJECTIVES: To make students understand an in depth study of the “Stylist role” in Fashion which is in tune with industry requirement. Style and Quality.Designer as Brand. . - - . Consumers and Quality. The Fashion System and its most important Brands. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FOURTH YEAR SUBJECT: ELECTIVE-II (BRAND DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT) (THEORY) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. Customers. Event and Media planning. Fashion marketing Strategies Fundamentals in Brand management. CONTENT: Nature of the Fashion Industry.Focus on Public Relation.4-YEAR U.G.To produce a strong visual document that explains the skills. Brand management.Collection &Presentation of a design collection for a Brand. Developing Brand image. ASSIGNMENTSPresentation and Research on 3 different Brands as Case studied for Target. Structure of Fashion company. (Group Project) A Practical exam will be taken and marked out of 120. techniques and vocational quality that qualifies a student to work as a “Stylist” in Fashion Industry. Merchandise process and the inter relationship of Players and their roles Fashion Marketing and buying at Industry Trade shows. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FOURTH YEAR SUBJECT: ELECTIVE. Project on Surface Development. techniques and vocational quality that qualifies a student to work as a “Surface Designer” in Fashion Industry. Embroidery layout and Design using hand and machine.. Different layouts such as Sari. ASSIGNMENTSStudents are expected to prepare creative samples on various Fabrics that can be used later to create Garment out of it. OBJECTIVES: To make students understand an in depth study of the “Surface Designer’s role” in Fashion which is in tune with industry as well as Market requirement.G.4-YEAR U.creation of minimum 6 surfaces. .To develop the Creative Samples that explains the creative skills. .III (CREATIVE SURFACE DEVELOPMENT) (THEORY) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. Stole and Scarf. Kurta. CONTENT: Print Layout and Design using hand and machine. Market Research of Fashion Industry for an advertising campaign 8. Fashion Events. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FOURTH YEAR SUBJECT: FASHION PROMOTION AND MEDIA MANAGEMENT (THEORY) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. press release and a successful public relation campaign for all the components of fashion pipe-line. The student will attain knowledge of the basics of advertising and the application of it in the fashion industry. The student will understand the Marketing focus. as discussed above. Corporate Social Responsibility and Role of designer and moral responsibility . Advertising approach 2. The student will know several types of fashion promotion techniques such as Trunk Shows.4-YEAR U. Types of media and professions related to it. that can be implemented by them. advertising approach and Fashion Promotional techniques of fashion industry. To understand fashion promotion. 5. To equip the students with the knowledge and through case studies about the types of media and professions and skills required to enter in. The student will understand types of media such as Electronic.. • The students will also be able to do an in-depth research about Fashion industry and will be able to suggest different types of media and different fashion promotion techniques. Importance of media in fashion industry 4. Online promotion and many more in detail and will learn how to apply it in the fashion industry.G. OBJECTIVES: • The student will learn the different components of fashion pipeline background and their purposes. Importance of PR in industry 6. • To understand what role media plays in Fashion industry and how media can be used effectively to empower fashion industry. Radio and many more and their application in the fashion pipe-line. The student will efficiently create a media plan. Components of Fashion Pipe-line and respective Marketing Focus. CONTENTS: 1. Print. Different types of Fashion Promotion Techniques 3. Creation of a successful PR Strategy for the fashion Industry 7. ASSIGNMENTS: Sr. Assignments Marks 1 2 3 Market Research in terms of Marketing focus. Wiley-Blackwell (Year 2009) Fairchild Publications Fashion Marketing . No. Primary. Retailers and Specialty Store etc. secondary data collection of an international and national brand in terms of their media spend and promotional 20 techniques. Case studies with Industry experts. Swanson Judith C. 4 REFERENCE BOOKS: 1 2 3 Promotion In Environment The Merchandising (year 2000) Kristen K. Designer. The student will thoroughly understand the public relations strategy and create a press release for 2 components of fashion 20 industry. Everett Mike Easey. To identify the promotional techniques for an international and 20 national brand. advertising approach and Fashion Promotional techniques of a National and International Brand from the Fashion Pipeline such as 20 Garment Manufacturers.Methodology: Theory inputs with visual presentations. Fabric on fabric) c. Pattern Making The students will develop the patterns of the range based on the creative pattern making / advance draping methods. Selection of Mood board. Research on the topic selected b. Knowledge of raw materials and processes that make up a fabric . Fabric Sourcing and Development a. . Presentation (display or show) 2. range development etc. Understanding of fabrics for the symbiosis between the design and fabrics b. • Students will develop the whole design process including mood board. psychographics etc.G. CONTENTS1. fabric development. fabric development. c. design development. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FOURTH YEAR SUBJECT: DESIGN COLLECTION (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVESThis subject purely concentrates on developing a collection based on all the previous areas covered in fashion. 4.4-YEAR U. This subject also aims at a thorough research on selected theme supported by a Design process to develop the whole range of clothing collection. printing. design development & range development. story board. Making the final product in the form of a design collection d. story board. Development of different types of fabrics 3. • Students are required to research on the selected topic for the required aspects like demographics. Construction The students will construct the range based on the required Construction techniques. embroidery. Design Research and process a. Development of Different Surface Ornamentation ( Dyeing. • Women’s • Kid’s • Men’s Each collection will incorporate supporting design process as follows.ASSIGNMENTSStudents will develop a Collection on any one out of the following categories. - . Mood board Story board Fabric development Design development Range development Final collection Flats and specifications Cost sheet. Assembling the Collection and Accessories.4-YEAR U.To produce a strong visual document that explains the skills. .I (FASHION STYLING AND PROMOTION) (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: To make students understand an in depth study of the “Stylist role” in Fashion which is in tune with industry requirement. Developing a Look/ Mood for the Category. techniques and vocational quality that qualifies a student to work as a “Stylist” in Fashion Industry. The process includes selection of Apparel Brand. - - ASSIGNMENTSStudents are expected to work on the given Practical based on all the above contents and are also expected to compile them in the form of specialized Portfolio. Designing a Catalogue of minimum 15 pages.G. Study of various features of that Brand. Visual Merchandising Developing a Display solution for any reputed Brand. Corporate Stationary Design Designing of Letter Head. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FOURTH YEAR SUBJECT: ELECTIVE. Visiting Card. CONTENTS: Catalogue Design Designing of Professional Catalogue for different Brand Categories. Envelope (3 options each) Fashion Styling Selection of any one Category for Women. Shooting the Photographs for the same. . keeping in mind the style of Promotion of that Brand. G. .4-YEAR U. Customers. Style and Quality. (Group Project) Give the SWOT Analysis Presentation on Promotional Policies. Give the Promotional Policies for the same. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FOURTH YEAR SUBJECT: ELECTIVE-II (BRAND DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT) (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: To make students understand an in depth study of the “Stylist role” in Fashion which is in tune with industry requirement. techniques and vocational quality that qualifies a student to work as a “Stylist” in Fashion Industry.To produce a strong visual document that explains the skills. CONTENTS: Assessment of various Apparel Brand having similar Categories and Costs for Men or Women. Collection &Presentation of a design collection for a Brand. Study of Brand Identity for the selected Brands. ASSIGNMENTSPresentation and Research on 3 different Brands as Case studies for Target. . Develop your own Brand having similar qualities. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of your newly developed Brand. CONTENT: Print development for Women’s wear. Stitching Techniques.To develop the Creative Samples that explains the creative skills. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FOURTH YEAR SUBJECT: ELECTIVE.G. Create Surface options using Print. Give 3 alternatives. Kurta and Tunic. develops a Motif. ASSIGNMENTSStudents are expected to prepare creative samples as specified in the Practical content.using Inspiration. .III (CREATIVE SURFACE DEVELOPMENT) (PRACTICAL) …………………………………………………………………………………………………… OBJECTIVES: To make students understand an in depth study of the “Surface Designer’s role” in Fashion which is in tune with industry as well as Market requirement. . Appliques and Embroidery for any selected category. techniques and vocational quality that qualifies a student to work as a “Surface Designer” in Fashion Industry. Give 3 Print Layouts for hand and machine Print for the product Sari.4-YEAR U. Ethnic wear.4-YEAR U. DEGREE SYLLABUS BACHELORS OF FASHION DESIGN FOURTH YEAR SUBJECT: PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT (PRACTICAL) ……………………………………………………………………………………………………. OBJECTIVES: To make students understand how to make Portfolio which is in tune with industry requirement which is the compilation of their work. To produce a strong visual document that explains the skills. Students will also incorporate different projects and on job training work with certificates. Women’s and Kid’s for various categories like Casual wear. The portfolio will contain various collections made for Men’s. Special contribution work such as Craft documentation can also be the part of Portfolio. Area of Specialization Women’s wear/ Kid’s wear/ Men’s wear Fashion styling Fashion communication Surface design ASSIGNMENTSTo develop the Portfolio which is manually or digitally that assures the student’s communication with skills and knowledge required for Fashion Industry. Sportswear etc. CONTENT: • • • • • Introduction to Portfolio (Importance and essentials of Portfolio) Career in Fashion Personal qualities and skills required to work for Fashion Industry Presentation formats. techniques and vocational quality that qualifies a student to work in Apparel Industry.G. . Party wear.. Richards Portfolios for Educators by Giselle O. John W professional portfolio : Allyn& Bacon Capturing the Wisdom of Practice : Professional by Budzik. Al (2001) : How to develop a by Waterier. Wilbert Beverly J.REFERENCE BOOKS: SR. 1 Title of the Book Author Fashion Design Sue Jenkyn Lawrence King Jones. Irby Campbell. by Verhelst. 2 3 4 The Principal Portfolio by Genevieve Brown. D et. No. Martin-Knie .
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