Fashion Design. Creative Boutique

Hacer Creativo Escuela Superior de Moda
En Zaragoza
  • Hacer Creativo Escuela Superior de Moda
Descuento por matrícula anticipada

501-1000 €
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  • Título propio
  • Zaragoza
  • Duración:
    3 Años
  • Cuándo:
    15/09/2017
  • Créditos: 180
Descripción

¿Te apasiona el diseño de moda? ¿Te gustaría formarte para dedicarte a ello profesionalmente? Emagister.com incorpora a su catálogo esta oferta educativa que te proporcionará las herramientas para lograr tus objetivos profesionales.

El centro Hacer Creativo ha diseñado el plan de estudios del Grado Fashion Design. Creative Boutique, que imparte en modalidad presencial en Zaragoza y que tiene una duración de 3 años.

Con esta formación, harás un recorrido por la historia de la moda, conocerás distintos estilos y técnicas de diseño, aprenderás a desarrollar tu creatividad. Además, aprenderás sobre gran variedad de materiales y fibras textiles y conocerás las características de las distintas prendas de ropa, todo eso partiendo de una base eminentemente práctica.

Si quieres saber más sobre este curso, solicita información en esta página web. Contactaremos contigo con la mayor rapidez posible para dar respuesta a todas tus preguntas.

Información importante

Earlybird: 5% de descuento para pre-matrículas.

Nota de corte: Sin PAU

Instalaciones y fechas

Dónde se imparte y en qué fechas

Inicio Ubicación
15 de septiembre de 2017
Zaragoza
Avenida de Ranillas, 5, 50018, Zaragoza, España
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Preguntas Frecuentes

· ¿Cuáles son los objetivos de este curso?

Diseño de Moda, Silueta e Ilustraciones, CAD, Proyectos de Diseño de Moda y Colecciones, Historia de la Confección textil, Estilismo de Moda, Talleres Creativos y Fotografía, Tendencias y Gestión de la Moda Los estudios están configurados desde la propuesta del Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior (Plan Bolonia), con una carga lectiva de 180 créditos ECTS distribuidos en 3 cursos académicos, incluyendo la realización de un Proyecto Final de Carrera y prácticas en empresas.

· ¿A quién va dirigido?

Todo aquel que quiera iniciarse y profesionalizase en el mundo de la moda: diseño, gestión, distribución, fotografía, tendencias y comunicación.

· Requisitos

Los Estudios Superiores de Diseño tienen una prueba oficial de acceso específica, por lo que no requieren la realización de PAU. Alumnos con Bachillerato realizado y más de 18 años. Nivel de inglés B2 0 IELTS 5.5-6.0. No es necesaria la PAU.

· Titulación

Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design (180 ECTS). Titulación propia.

· ¿Qué distingue a este curso de los demás?

Impartido íntegramente en inglés. Comienza tu carrera en Moda en Zaragoza y especialízate con profesores de las instituciones de moda más prestigiosas en el Reino Unido con amplia experiencia profesional en el diseño de moda. Tendrás la opción de combinar un año académico en Italia, Francia o Reino Unido.

· ¿Qué pasará tras pedir información?

Un miembro de HC se pondrá en contacto contigo.

¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

Historia del arte
Moda creativa
Moda femenina
Moda infantil
Moda masculina
Estilismo de moda
Patronaje
Diseño textil
Modelaje

Profesores

Cruz Burillo
Cruz Burillo
Directora Académica

Directora Académica Centro Superior de Diseño Hacer Creativo enero de 2016 – actualidad Cofundador 13:28 Studio enero de 2014 – actualidad Estudio de arquitectura y diseño. Profesora Proyectos Basicos Centro Superior de Diseño Hacer Creativo septiembre de 2013 – actualidad Profesora de Envases y Embalajes Centro Superior de Diseño Hacer Creativo septiembre de 2010 – actualidad Profesora de Historia del Diseño de Producto, Biónica y Proyectos Hacer Creativo septiembre de 2010 – junio de 2015 Diseñador Industrial Novo septiembre de 2011 – octubre de 2012 Diseñador Indu

Temario

Estudios: Estudios Superiores de Artes Plásticas y Diseño
Familia: Estudios Superiores de Diseño
Estudios: Diseño de Moda

YEAR 1 - SEMESTER 1 & 2

Pattern Making

An introduction to pattern making that will train students to comprehend three-dimensional volumes, and to develop a feeling for cutting, draping, and pattern making. Students will learn to create prototypes from given fashion sketches, photos, and through draping and/or flat pattern drafting to develop working patterns.

-Creative exercise with first basic knowledge -Straight and flared skirt –Shirt – Blouse -Dresses

NUMBER OF ECTS: 6 credits

MEETS: 4 hours per Week (72 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: Exercises and prototypes done during the course.

Fashion Silhouette

The study of different styles and artists in terms of fashion illustration of the past and the present. The instructor will begin with studying the centre of gravity and centre of support of the fashion silhouette.

Students will examine the basics of the silhouette (front, back, profile, and in motion). Clothed figures (black & white)

NUMBER OF ECTS: 4 credits

MEETS: 3 hours per Week (54 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: At the end of the module students will render their own selection of drawing made during the course, and the drawings they had to do as homework.

CAD

Photoshop & Illustrator basics

NUMBER OF ECTS: 4 credits

MEETS: 3 hours per Week (54 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: Activities and research will be given by the instructor

Fashion Design Project

Introduction to Design Processes

-Fashion designer and his/her activities

-Develop an acute awareness of current fashion

-Perceive and establish trends

- Expand knowledge of clothing worn (lines, details, material), and accessories.

-Introduction to the fashion silhouette, and to sensitivity and the technical aspects of colour theory.

- Focus on women’s garment.

-Creation of a garment glossary

NUMBER OF ECTS: 6 credits

MEETS: 4 hours per Week (72 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: For each new topic, students have deadlines and hand in a complete folder following instructions and assessment criteria given in advance.

History of Fabrics Garments

Introduction to and analysis of the western wardrobe. Historical and Cultural Contextual Studies. (Study and debate on our manner of dress; males/females; within each age group; in terms of location; activity, etc...)

Clothing messages and functions: the role of appearances, Transformation of the body; moral/Religious, social, and individual

Embellishment, Seduction/repulsion

Fashion : current fashion; its origins and rhythms; fashion designers, Ongoing research work, using historical and contemporary garments

NUMBER OF ECTS: 3 credits

MEETS: 2 hours per Week (36 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: Drawings reproduction of historical models. Tests about the course. One final exam at the end of each term.

Fashion Styling

By the end of the programme, participants will have gained the ability to recognise different styles and trends, clearly define their personal vision of a product and propose innovative and professional ideas successfully.

NUMBER OF ECTS: 2 credits

MEETS: 2 hours per Week (36 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: Activities and research will be given by the instructor

Textile Workshop

Familiarize students with the different types of textiles.

-embroidery

-weaves

-transfer

-felting techniques

-Dying and decorating fabrics

-Textile pattern design

-Textile appliqués

-3D volumes

NUMBER OF ECTS: 3 credits

MEETS: 2 hours per Week (36 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: For each area, students have to present a mock-up or creative textile in connection with the techniques learned during the course.

Photography

This photography aims to help you develop your skills in researching, producing and managing fashion photo shoots. You will start with exploring the history of photography and art, before going on to plan a shoot.

NUMBER OF ECTS: 2 credits

MEETS: 2 hours per Week (36 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: Activities and research will be given by the instructor

YEAR 2 - SEMESTER 1 & 2

Pattern Making

Emphasis on technical matters. Students will design garments with sleeves (jackets, coats), pants and technique studies (fly clothing,

pockets…) The model assigned are specific as to form, colour, and material. A limited

number of style details while be given, so that students can customize their assignments.

- Coat

- Tailored sleeves

- Jacket

- Pants

NUMBER OF ECTS: 6 credits

MEETS: 4 hours per Week (72 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: Exercises and prototypes done during the course.

Fashion Silhouette

Students discover their own style, and personalize their fashion drawings. Emphasis is placed on working with colours, with the silhouette, clothing the silhouette, and the different details found in clothing.

Acrylic and ink

NUMBER OF ECTS: 4 credits

MEETS: 3 hours per Week (54 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: At the end of the module students will render their own selection of drawing made during the course, and the drawings they had to do as homework.

CAD

Photoshop & Illustrator + Indesign

-Womenswear

-lingerie

NUMBER OF ECTS: 4 credits

MEETS: 3 hours per Week (54 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: Activities and research will be given by the instructor

Fashion Design Project

Creation clothing and accessories collections within a professional context. Collections created by students should adhere to the themes or brands that are assigned by the instructor to the entire class, and in such a manner that students experience creation according to a sector, a

market and a clearly defined brand personality. This professional immersion is essential to an understanding of a future career in fashion design.

NUMBER OF ECTS: 7 credits

MEETS: 5 hours per Week (90 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: For each new topic, students have deadlines and hand in a complete folder following instructions and assessment criteria given in advance.

History of Fabrics Garments

Discover the role history has played in fashion occidental societies, from middle ages up to the present. Emphasis on major shifts in notion of fashionable dress, as well as permutations derived from social, economic, religious, and artistic contexts.

NUMBER OF ECTS: 3 credits

MEETS: 2 hours per Week (36 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: Tests about the course.

Fashion Styling

Students gain an understanding of how stylists work across different media in magazines, advertising, design, catwalk shows, digital media and e-commerce.

NUMBER OF ECTS: 3 credits

MEETS: 2 hours per Week (36 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: Activities and research will be given by the instructor

Textile Workshop

Through both machine and hand techniques, students will learn the method of the art, and develop an appreciation for materials and

colour though realizing their own textile creations

NUMBER OF ECTS: 3 credits

MEETS: 2 hours per Week (36 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: For each area, students have to present a mock-up or creative textile in connection with the techniques learned during the course.

STUDENTS´ INTERNSHIP DURING THE SUMMER BREAK - 6 ECTS

YEAR 3 - SEMESTER 1 & 2

Pattern Making

For the creation of each garment, students will alternate 3-D draping with flat pattern making techniques, and construct the pieces during the

course.

- Couture suit

- Black dress

- Pants

- Coat

- Dress coat

- An individualized creation

NUMBER OF ECTS: 6 credits

MEETS: 4 hours per Week (72 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: Exercises and prototypes done during the course. Each new topic will be assessed with specific criteria.

Latest trends

This is part lecture, part on the street. The course will allow students to learn how to plan a product in relation to current trends. Students will learn key historical and modern day trends as well as street trends and their influence on fashion. Students learn fashion collection planning, Trend Forecasting , Fashion Mood board , Fashion trends ,Fashion Trend Analysis.

NUMBER OF ECTS: 3 credits

MEETS: 2 hours per Week (36 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: Student will collect information trough Internet and visits - will make mood boards to demonstrate their own interpretations of a theme and/or trend.

CAD

Increase student’s proficiency in the Adobe Suite photoshop, illustrator and Indesign. They should possess the ability to present a complete style portfolio in digital format.

NUMBER OF ECTS: 4 credits

MEETS: 3 hours per Week (54 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: Activities and research will be given by the instructor

Fashion Design Project

In the 3rd year students are provided an opportunity to express their personal creative vision through several collections, and achieve a level of design that is individualized and bears a distinct fashion identity.

- Define student style

- Research works on a sector

- Trends researches

- Brand universe

- Mapping

- Collection plan

- Sales book

- Inspiration notebook

- Design portfolio

- Collection of 3 silhouette max

- Journal done in CAD

NUMBER OF ECTS: 7 credits

MEETS: 5 hours per Week (90 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: Feedback all along the semester. Evaluation of the final collection.

Marketing & Comm

Discover the role history has played in fashion occidental societies, from middle ages up to the present. Emphasis on major shifts in notion of

fashionable dress, as well as permutations derived from social, economic, religious, and artistic contexts.

NUMBER OF ECTS: 4 credits

MEETS: 3 hours per Week (54 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: Tests about the course.

Specialisation

Students have the option to work on 2 main specific topics and areas:

-Footwear and Accessories

- Experimental Pattern making

NUMBER OF ECTS: 6 credits

MEETS: 4 hours per Week (72 hours per Quarter)

ASSESSMENT: Activities and research will be given by the instructor

Final Projects

Students work extensively during their final year on the selection of a topic and realisation of a professional fashion project.

NUMBER OF ECTS: 18 credits

ASSESSMENT: Assessment by a panel of instructors. Jury’s assessment.

STUDENTS´ INTERNSHIP DURING THE SUMMER BREAK 6