FASH 333 Fashion Design Studio I
This six-credit course immerses students in the studio experience, combining research methodologies, theme development, and advanced practice in digital illustration, drawing for fashion, generating color palettes, and choosing suitable fabrics. Students will develop original design concepts through pivot, slash and spread, and contouring techniques. Through critiqued design development on the dress form, students further their understanding in the principles of proportion, silhouette, and line. Further evaluation for fit and style is done using professional models. Students will be encouraged to develop skillsets related to professional practice, including developing a cohesive work product, working to deadlines, teamwork, and constructive critique.
Prerequisites FASH 230 Patternmaking and Construction II and FASH 231 Approaches and Process in Fashion Design
Minimum Credits 6 Maximum Credits 6
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