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3 Years in 1 Year Professional Diploma Fashion Designing & Apparel Management – FAST TRACK

Nerul, Mumbai

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Dear Prospective Students,

Academy of Art & Design offers several professional courses in art, design and allied fields. We are committed to providing our students with quality & professional educational experience. Many opportunities to enhance your education are provided beyond the traditional classroom experience. You'll have the opportunity to participate in profession related organizations, specialized workshops, guest lectures, field trips, and study programs.

Topics Covered

Introduction of Students, Faculties, Staff & Management

Introduction of Fashion Design Industry

Fashion Designing (Theory) :

1. Introduction to Fashion
2. Clothing Theory
3. Definition of Fashion, Design & Fashion Design.
4. Classification of Fashion
5. Fashion Cycle

Necklines - 48 Nos
Collars - 35 Nos.
Sleeves - 20 Nos.
Trousers - 20 Nos.
Skirts - 20 Nos.
Scarves - 5-10 Nos.
Hair Styles - 5 Nos.
Shoes - 5 Pairs
Accessories - 5 Nos.

Foundation Fashion Illustration (Practical) :

Fashion Sketching – origin , importance and creative use.

Pencil shading :
a. Pressure on pencil effect. Three different ways to get gradation -stocks/hatching/cross-hatching
b. Smudging

Types of lines
a) Dotted
b.) Scrawly
c.)Zig-Zag
d.)Wavy
e.)Horizontal
f.)Vertical
g.)Diagonal
h.)Broken
i.)Thick and thin

Drawing from photographs - 10" Female
Female Fashion Block Figure – 10” Female.
Nude Fleshing - 10" Female

Folds &frills
Necklines - 48 Nos
Collars - 35 Nos.
Sleeves - 20 Nos.
Trousers - 20 Nos.
Skirts - 20 Nos.
Scarves - 5-10 Nos.
Hair Styles - 5 Nos.
Shoes - 5 Pairs
Accessories - 5 Nos.

Basic of Drawing, Painting & Shading (Theory & Practical) :

Introduction to Colors Theory.
1. Defination of Primary Colors, Primary Color Wheel, Color Picture.
2. Defination of Secondary Colors, Secondary Color Wheel, Color Picture.
3. Defination of Tertiary Colors, Tertiary Color Wheel, Color Picture.
4. Defination of Cool Colors, Cool Color Wheel, Color Picture.
5. Defination of Warm Colors, Warm Color Wheel, Color Picture.
6. Defination of Grey Color, Grey Color Scale, Achromatic Color Picture.
7. Defination of Monochromatic Color (Tints & Shades), Monochromatic Color Scale, Monochromatic Color Concept.
8. Kids Print.
9. Kids Print.
10. Simple Repetation
11. Alternate Repetation
12. Diagonal Repetation.

Embroidery Designing :

Running
Running with Wounding
Chain Stich
Chain with Wounding
Close Herring Bone
Open Herring Bone
Full Back
Stem
Magic Chain
Open Herring Bone with Wounding
Satin
Seed I
Seed II
Blanket
Feather

Basic of Drafting, Cutting & Stitching :

General Introduction about drafting
a. Tools & Terminology and Symbols
b. Standard Measurements Chart
c. How to take Measurement
d. Importance of Drafting.

Heming
Piping
Neck
Press Button
Loop
Hooks
Shirt Button
Zip
Box Pleats
Small Pleats
Knief Pleats
Back Open
Potli Button
Wel-Crow


Fashion Designing (Theory)
1. Elements & Principles of Fashion.
Elements:
line
shape
color
value
texture
Principles:
repetition
gradation
rhythem
harmony
contrast
dominance or Emphasis
proportion
Balance
Unity

2. Fashion Terminologies

3. Pockets

4.Belts

Fashion Illustration

1. Dress designing with element "Line"
1.1 Horizontal Lines
1.2 Vertical Lines
1.3 Diagonal Lines
1.4 Wavy Lines
1.5 Combination Lines
1.6 Thick Lines
1.7 Thin Lines

2. Dress designing with principle "Propotion"
Propotion & Impropotion

3. Dress designing with principle "Balance"
Balance & Imblance

4. Dress designing with principle "Emphasis"

5. Dress designing with principle "Texture"
5.1 Smooth Texture
5.1 Rough Texture

6. Dress designing with principle "Gradation"
6.1 Gradation with Color
6.2 Gradation with Size
6.3 Gradation with Numbers

7.Features
7.1 Eyes
7.2 Lips
7.3 Nose

8.Casual wear
9.Casual wear

10.Western wear
11.Western wear

12.Night wear

Drawing, Painting & Shading :Theory

Newtons Color wheel
Color schemes
1.Single Complimentary
2.Double Complimentary
3.Split Complimentary
4.Analogous
5.Triad

Bright colors

Drawing, Painting & Shading :Practical

Newtons Color wheel
Color schemes
1.Single Complimentary
2.Double Complimentary
3.Split Complimentary
4.Analogous
5.Triad

Bright colors

Miror print
Floral print
Geometrical print
Abstract print
Animal print
Checks print
Polka dot print

Embroidery Designing :

1. Cut work
2. Chain with Double Wounding
3. French Knot
4. Close Herring Bone with wounding
5. Lazy Daisy
6. Spider I
7. Spider II
8. Eyelet.
9. Pearl
10. Mirror work
11. Long & Short Satin
12. Wheatish Feather
13. Arrow
14. Bullion
15. Two Colors Herring Bone.

Drafting, Cutting & Stitching :
1.Nappy
2.Zabla
3.Saree Peticoat
4.Simple Skirt
5.Simple Salwar
6.Simple kameez
7.Simple top
8.Pockets
9.Pockets
10.Belts

Picture Folder:
1.Casual wear 5 sheets
2.Western wear 5 sheets
3.Indowestern wear 5 sheets
4.Couple wear 5 sheets
5.Saree 5 sheets
6.Bridal wear 5 sheets
7.Wedding wear 5 sheets
8.Ethnic wear 5 sheets
9.Evening gown 5 sheets
10.Kids wear 5 sheets
11.Accessories :Belts 5 sheets
12.Bags & Purses 5 sheets
13.Jewellery 5 sheets
14.Foot wear 5 sheets
15.Cosmetics 5 sheets

Fashion Designing (Theory) -
1.Fashion terminologies
2.Factor influencing fashion
3.Details of different types of dresses and their uses.

Fashion Illustration -

1.12 Headed female croqui
2.12 Headed stylized female croqui
3.12 Headed stylized female croqui with different poses.
4.12 Headed stylized female croqui with different poses.
5.12 Headed stylized female croqui with different poses.
6.12 Headed stylized female croqui with different poses.
7.12 Headed stylized female croqui with different poses.
8.Swim wear
9.Swim wear
10.Swim wear
11.Beach wear
12,Beach wear
13.Office wear
14.Office wear
15.Office wear
16.School uniform
17.School uniform
18.School uniform
19.Western wear
20.Western wear
21.Western wear
22.Indowestern wear
23.Indowestern wear




Textile Designing:Theory
1. Fiber
2.Yarn
3.Natural made fibers
3.1.Cotton
3.2.Silk
3.3.linen
3.4.Wool

4.Man made fibers
4.1.Polyester
4.2.Nylon
4.3.Rayon



5.Warp
6.Weft
7. Different types of Weaves
7.1.Plain weave
7.2.Basket weave
7.3.Ribbed weave
7.4.Twill weaves
7.5.Herring bone
7.6.Satin

8.Woven fabric

9.Knitted fabric

10.Lace and net

11.Braided fabric

12.Felt

13.Non woven fabric

Textile Designing :Pract

1.Natural made fibers
1.1.Cotton
1.2.Silk
1.3.linen
1.4.Wool

2.Man made fibers
2.1.Polyester
2.2.Nylon
2.3.Rayon

3. Different types of Weaves
3.1.Plain weave
3.2.Basket weave
3.3.Ribbed weave
3.4.Twill weaves
3.5.Herring bone
3.6.Satin

4.Woven fabric

5.Knitted fabric

6.Lace and net

7.Braided fabric

8.Felt

9.Non woven fabric

Indian Statewise textile project

Indian Costumes:Theory
1.Maharashtra
2.Gujarat
3. Rajasthan
4.Bengal
5.Punjab
6.Kashmir

World Costumes:Theory
1.Europe
2.America
3.China
4.Japan
5.Thailand



Indian Costumes :Pract
1.Maharashtra
2.Gujarat
3.Rajasthan
4.Bengal
5.Punjab
6.Kashmir

World Costumes :Pract
1.Europe
2.America
3.China
4.Japan
5.Thailand

Drawing, Painting & Shading Theory:

1.Psychology of color.
2.Warm & Cool colors
3.Advancing & receding colors
4. Characteristics of colors:
4.1.Red
4.2.Blue
4.3.Yellow
4.4.Green
4.5.Orange
4.6.Violet
4.7.White
4.8.Grey
4.9.Black
4,10.Pink

5.Seasonal Colors
5.1.Spring
5.2.Summer
5.3.Autumn
5.4.Winter

6.Color Expression
6.1.Yellow
6.2.Red
6.3.Blue
6.4.Green
6.5.Orange
6.6.Violet

7.Colors for hair,eyes and skin

8.Colors for Size


Drawing, Painting & Shading :Pract

1.Saree prints
2.Saree prints
3.Autumn print
4.Autumn print
5.Spring
6.Spring
7.T shirt quotes prints
8.T.shirt quotes prints
9.Prints with theme Music
10.Prints with theme city
11.Prints with theme Population
12. Ethnic print
13. Ethnic print
14.Western print
15.Western print

Statewise Embroidery Designing :Theory
1.Chikankari
2.Pulkari
3.Kasuti
4.Kantha
5.Kutch
6.Kathiawar
7.Kashidakari
8.Zardosi
9.Applique


Statewise Embroidery Designing :Pract
1.Chikankari
2.Pulkari
3.Kasuti
4.Kantha
5.Kutch
6.Kathiawar
7.Kashidakari
8.Zardosi
9.Applique

Computerized fashion illustration :pract

1.Introduction to the tools
2.Casual wear
3.Party wear

Project on Life History of famous fashion designers

Indian designers
1
2
3
4
5
International designers
1
2
3
4
5

Drafting, Cutting & Stitching :
1.Simple blouse
2.Katori blouse
3.Anarkali kurta
4.Churidar
5.Kurta with pattern
6.Patyala salwar

Tie & Dye project
10 samples
one live garment

Designing:Theory
Fashion Merchandising :
1. Definition
2.Functions of fashion merchandising
3.Goals of fashion merchandising
4.Practical merchandising

Fashion analysis & forecasting

Fashion advertising

Fashion marketing

History of Fashion Designing

Boutique Management
Logo Design
Visiting Card
Envelope
Measurement Sheet
Designer Sheet
Costing Sheet
Carry Bag
Cash Memo

Advance Styling & Construction : Practical
Harem Pant
Halter Top
Cowl Top
Princess Cut Blouse
Capri
Ladies Shirt
Fish Cut Lehenga

Fashion Detailing : Practical

Fashion Reading & Draping : Practical

1
2
3
4

Menswear Designing (Theory) :



Menswear Designing (Practical) :

Causal Wear
Causal Wear
Office Wear
Office Wear
Party Wear
Party Wear
Traditional Wear
Traditional Wear
Couples Wear
Causal Wear
Causal Wear
Office Wear
Office Wear
Party Wear
Party Wear
Traditional Wear
Traditional Wear

Female Illustration (Practical) :

Bridal Wear
Bridal Wear
Bridal Wear
Bridal Wear
Bridal Wear
Evening Wear
Evening Wear
Evening Wear
Evening Wear
Evening Wear

Menswear Stitching (Practical) :

Simple Kurta
Pathani Kurta
Pyjama
Salwar
Shirt
Trouser

Who should attend

Selecting a career in ART & DESIGN can be the correct choice for you if you desire to be in a creative field that combines artistic abilities with technical knowledge and skills.

Pre-requisites

Eligibility

SSC Pass

What you need to bring

LIST OF MATERIALS REQUIRED BY FASHION DESIGNING STUDENTS


1. Nalanda Ruler
2. Staedtler Pencil Set (48)
3. Pencils – HB, 2B, 4B, 6B & 8B
4. Drawing Book – (A3 Size – 200 Pages)
5. T.K. Sheets (A3 Size - White 100 Nos.)
6. Poster Color – 12 Shades
7. Tracing Paper Pad (40 pages)
8. Round Synthetic Brush 000/0/1/2/3/4/6
9. Flat Brush ¼” & ½”
10. Water Color Palette
11. Water Bowl
12. 0.5 Uniball Waterproof Micro Tip Pen
13. Compass
14. Measuring Tape
15. Thread - Black / White
16. French Curve
17. Hand Needle Assorted Set
18. Machine Needle 14 & 16 No.
19. Bobbin Case (Half Shuttle)
20. Bobbin Winder
21. Needle Screw
22. Pearl Headed Pins
23. Scissor
24. Tailors Chalk (Yellow & Blue)
25. Cotton Cloth (1 Mtr)
26. Fabric for Stitching as per Requirement
27. Ring 8”
28. Anchor Embroidery Threads (Cotton & Silk)
29. Needle
30. Carbon Paper (Yellow)
31. Fabric - Cotton Cloth in Different Color’s

Key Takeaways

These are exhilarating times. Life moves fast and is ever-changing. Everyday we are bombarded with information and images that stimulates and energizes our imagination. In this exciting climate, design professionals are being called upon to bring order to the environments that we experience daily-the places we live, work and play. Academy of Art & Design is devoted to preparing students and professionals to respond and compete in this expanding field. This is an exciting time. You are on the threshold of an important decision. Clearly one of the most important decisions that you'll ever have to make. Your " CAREER."
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Ms. Shabnam Deshmukh, Director – Fashion Design & Technology – Responsible for generating good clientele for our ever growing business. She is a visiting faculty in Indian Fashion Academy (Dadar/Thane), CKT (Panvel), INIFD (Vashi) and many more reputed colleges in Mumbai & Navi Mumbai.
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