Following are our Design areas, which we declare in ascending order.
Fashion Drawing &Colour
Fashion Portfolio Development
Fashion Renderings & Design
Fashion Show Production
Fashion Surface Decoration
Foot Wear Designing & Pattern Cutting
Principles of Apparel Design
Product Design & Development
Quality Management in Tailoring
These aforementioned skills are explained below:
- Accessory Design (A): Accessory design refers to the creation and development of various fashion accessories such as jewellery, handbags, belts, hats, and other embellishments that complement and enhance an individual’s overall look.
- Design Development (D): Design development involves the process of refining and expanding initial design concepts. It includes activities such as research, sketching, prototyping, and making design decisions to bring a concept to its final form.
- Fashion Draping (F): Fashion draping is a technique used in garment design where fabric is manipulated and positioned on a dress form to create three-dimensional shapes and silhouettes. It helps designers visualize and develop garment designs.
- Fashion Drawing &Colour (F): Fashion drawing and color refer to the skills and techniques used to illustrate fashion designs. This includes creating detailed fashion sketches and incorporating color palettes to showcase design concepts.
- Fashion Marketing (F): Fashion marketing involves promoting and selling fashion products or brands. It includes market research, advertising, public relations, branding, and retail strategies specific to the fashion industry.
- Fashion Portfolio Development (F): Fashion portfolio development involves creating a comprehensive collection of a fashion designer’s work. It showcases their skills, creativity, and design aesthetics through a curated selection of sketches, designs, and completed projects.
- Fashion Renderings & Design (F): Fashion renderings and design involve creating visual representations of fashion designs using various artistic techniques such as rendering, shading, and detailing. It focuses on capturing the essence and visual appeal of the designs.
- Fashion Show Production (F): Fashion show production refers to the organization and management of fashion events or runway shows. It involves coordinating various aspects such as venue selection, model casting, choreography, lighting, music, and overall event logistics.
- Fashion Surface Decoration (F): Fashion surface decoration involves embellishing fabrics or garments with decorative elements such as embroidery, appliqué, beading, printing, or other techniques. It adds texture, visual interest, and unique design elements to fashion pieces.
- Footwear Designing & Pattern Cutting (F): Footwear designing and pattern cutting involve the creation and development of shoe designs. It includes designing shoe silhouettes, selecting materials, and crafting patterns for the construction of footwear.
- Hand Embroidery (H): Hand embroidery is a technique where decorative stitches and designs are created using a needle and thread by hand. It is a traditional craft that adds intricate and artistic embellishments to textiles or garments.
- Interior Design (I): Interior design focuses on creating functional and aesthetically pleasing interior spaces. It involves planning, designing, and selecting elements such as color schemes, furniture, lighting, and decor to create harmonious and visually appealing environments.
- Jewellery Design (J):Jewellery design involves the creation of wearable ornaments, including necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings, and more. It encompasses designing unique and artistic pieces using various materials, gemstones, and techniques.
- Machine Embroidery (M): Machine embroidery is a technique where decorative patterns or designs are stitched onto fabric using computerized embroidery machines. It allows for precise and intricate stitching details, patterns, and textures.
- Principles of Apparel Design (P): Principles of apparel design encompass the fundamental concepts and guidelines followed in the process of creating clothing. It includes factors such as silhouette, fit, proportion, colour theory, fabric selection, and garment construction techniques.
- Product Design & Development (P): Product design and development involve the creation and refinement of new products. It includes conceptualizing ideas, prototyping, testing, and finalizing designs to bring innovative and functional products to the market.
- Pattern Sewing (P): Pattern sewing refers to the process of using paper or digital patterns as a guide to cut and sew fabric pieces together to create garments. It involves following the precise instructions provided in the pattern, including stitching techniques, seam allowances, and construction details, to ensure accurate and professional sewing.
- Quality Management in Tailoring: Quality management in tailoring encompasses the principles, techniques, and processes used to ensure the production of high-quality garments. It involves implementing systems and practices to monitor and control every stage of the tailoring process, from fabric selection to final finishing, with a focus on meeting established quality standards. This includes aspects such as accurate measurements, precise cutting, skilful stitching, attention to detail, and overall customer satisfaction.