Marbella Design Academy - Costa del Sol s.l.

BA (Hons) Validated Programme in Fashion Design

Marbella Design Academy - Costa del Sol s.l.
En Monda

más de 9000€
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Duración 9 Meses
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Study Fashion Design at Marbella Design Academy in sunny Spain and be awarded an official Bachelor of Arts degree in Fashion Design by University of Bedfordshire in London - United Kingdom.
Fee per academic year: 10.800Euros, Starts twice per year, in September and in January.
This three-year Bachelor of Arts validated Fashion Design programme offered to our students is developed, delivered and assessed by Marbella Design Academy and Validated by University of Bedfordshire.
When awarded your undergraduate Bachelor of Arts degree by University of Bedfordshire, then you can apply for a Master's degree at any university of your choice.
Fashion Design is the application of art, creativity and aesthetics to clothing and other lifestyle accessories. It is a global business and one of the largest employers of the world workforce. This exciting, lucrative and growing market sector has many rich employment opportunities for fashion graduates including design, pattern cutting, merchandising and marketing. The Marbella Design Academy enjoys an excellent alumni of qualified designers working successfully in the fashion industry.
By choosing to study Fashion Design at Marbella Design Academy, you will find yourself surrounded by a hub of internationally acclaimed fashion designers and creative people. Spain is a mecca for Fashion and some of the world´s most famous fashion designers are Spanish. Besides many others, Spain is home to the famous "Zara" Fashion Empire, with several hundred stores worldwide.
Fashion Design is big business. Being a professional Fashion Designer is a great career with many opportunities to either create your own brands and collections or to gain employment in one of the numerous fashion houses worldwide.

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Fashion Drawing
Fashion photography
Production and Technology
Print design
Illustrator
Photoshop
InDesign
Pattern cutting
Fashion Lab
Runaway and Styling
Fashion Textile and Colour
Intellectual Property Rights in Fashion
Advanced Pattern Creation and Technology
Garment Costing
Fashion production procedures and costing

Profesores

Angela Coburn-Hough
Angela Coburn-Hough
Head of Fashion Design

Temario

FAS41 FUNDAMENTALS OF DESIGN:

Fundamentals of Creative Design: Describes and explores the main issues involved in the professional design field. It also introduces research methodology, learning, creating and communication skills. Conceptual development processes and various presentation techniques are taught in order to provide the students with the necessary skills to express their ideas in a professional manner.

Fundamentals of Fashion Design: This module will allow the students to understand the design practices that are fundamental to fashion design and will form the basis for future design projects. The design procedures will give the student a good, basic understanding of the process of transforming a sketch to a garment sample form. Principles and elements of fashion design are studied in order to allow the student to design creatively yet effectively when answering a design brief.

History of Fashion Design: This module will offer an over-view of the history of fashion from the Ancient Egyptians to the Greek-Roman times, onto the “Dark Age” with the Byzantine and Norman Eras, moving on with the Medieval times and early Tudors with the Elizabethan period, to the Stuarts and right up to Baroque, Georgian and Regency eras.

History of Art: A comprehensive analysis of different art movements (pictorial art, sculpture, architecture) from prehistoric to present times and an introduction to methodologies such as research, analysing and writing skills.

FAS42 COMMUNICATING FASHION DESIGN

Freehand Drawing 1: Study techniques of manual graphic representation. Use of linear drawing, tone and colour to denote light and shade, scale and texture, textile and material finishes etc.

Fashion Drawing 1: Study the basic skills in the craft of freehand drawing of the live form. Perspective, movement and the importance of the chosen pose.

Basic Production and Technology: An evaluation of sewing methods and production machinery, specialist equipment and attachments, plus other latest technological production methods in use in the fashion industry. Safe practice and “Health & Safety” procedures.

Illustrator 1: Industry standard software. Basic tools and processes. Relationship & differences between manual freehand presentation and CAD methods.

Photoshop 1: Introduction to one of the most popular of design software. Applications to photography and fashion design illustration.

Block and Size Specifications: Analysis of the shape of the body, garment parts and the measurements that determine their relationship. Conversion of a 2D pattern creation to a 3D garment sample.

Pattern Cutting: The pattern drafting and cutting processes and techniques will take place in group practice and also on an individual study basis as necessary. The induction (including “Health & Safety”/”Best Practice” awareness) and use of industrial machinery and equipment in atelier/workshops will be applied.

FAS43 DESIGN PROJECTS I

Project 1: Use of combined modular skills in real-world scenarios. To include lectures, one on one teacher guidance and practical application of resources acquired through each term.

Photography 1: Introductory course covering basic techniques and addressing optical creativity from a design viewpoint.

Print Design: A comprehensive overview of the techniques and processes in use in the creation of textile print design. All over prints, one way, repeats and borders. Colour separation for use with silk screens. Sublimated prints, roller, discharge and pigments. Digital print development & modern methods.

Group Project: Evaluation of acquired practical capacity in combination with teamwork, communication and presentation skills and their application in a professional work scenario.

Final Project: Hands-on application of the capacities acquired throughout the full first year of fashion design.

FAS51 FASHION THEORY

The History of Fashion Design 2: Study of the evolution of garments, fashion and the garment industry over the eras. The study of social and historic factors and the understanding of the frequent influence of Fashion upon such diverse areas such as politics, religion and architecture.

Fashion Marketing, Merchandising and Branding: Comparative Shop Reporting and methods, market trends & analysis. SWOT analysis, “Needs, Wants & Must-haves” evaluation and consideration.

Fashion Lab: Study a detailed knowledge of the roles of a garment and fabric technologist and how a quality assurance team can help set the standards of quality and performance in garment making. Learn the different areas of garment assembly and to introduce them to garment production and technical procedures.

Sustainability and Ethical Education: An analysis of the current philosophy applied to modern industry. Study of the principles of modern ethical fashion designers operating within our industry and the need to consider factory practices and employment laws. Child labour laws, minimum wage practices and their abuse and impact.

FAS52 FASHION PRODUCTION

Fashion Production and Technology: Advanced level of sewing methods and production machinery, specialist equipment and attachments, plus other latest technological production methods in use in the fashion industry.

Photoshop 2: Specialisation in photographic image manipulation in fashion scenarios.

Illustrator 2: Second level of use of this software in combination with freehand fashion drawing.

Fashion Drawing 2: Students will pursue the skills and processes of designing and creating garment collections first learnt in the 1st year and will develop them further. They will develop hand-drawing skills in the fashion drawing.

Runway and Styling: Evaluating differing make-up and construction techniques utilized within the commercial “Ready-to-Wear” market to “Haute Couture” and the more traditional “Tailoring” and “Bespoke” sectors.

Fashion Textile and Colour: This component will allow the students to understand the function of colour and fabric choices as part of the design practices that are fundamental to fashion design and will help form the basis for future design work and projects.

FAS53 DESIGN PROJECTS II

Project 1: Evaluating differing make-up and construction techniques utilized within the commercial “Ready-to-Wear” market to “Haute Couture” and the more traditional “Tailoring” and “Bespoke” sectors.

Group Project: Evaluation of acquired practical capacity in combination with teamwork, communication and presentation skills and their application in a professional work scenario.

Final Project: Hands-on application of the capacities acquired throughout the full second year of the Fashion Design programme.

FAS61 ADVANCED FASHION DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT

Vocational Orientation: Analysis of the work field and professional opportunities in the fashion design industry. CV writing, job application processes and interview techniques.

Fashion Marketing, Merchandising and Range Planning: Advanced Comparative Shop Reporting and methods, market trends & analysis. SWOT analysis, “Needs, Wants & Must-haves” evaluation and consideration.

Intellectual Property Rights for Fashion Business: Study the laws and responsibilities involved within intellectual property within the fashion industry.

Runway and Styling 2: Evaluating differing make-up and construction techniques utilized within the commercial “Ready-to-Wear” market to “Haute Couture” and the more traditional “Tailoring” and “Bespoke” sectors.

FAS62 COLLECTION DEVELOPMENT

Advanced Pattern Creation and Technology: Flat pattern creation and production technology with advanced styling details.

Fashion Drawing 3: Second level of manual representation of garments & the culmination of one’s individual finished “Fashion Illustrated” signature style.

Garment Costing and Fashion Production Procedures: Study the basic rules for the costing of garments.

In-Design 1: Study of state-of-the-art software to combine techniques of Illustrator and Photoshop in edition scenarios.

Fashion Photography: Refine formation of a professional standard portfolio.

FAS63 FINAL MAJOR PROJECT AND COLLECTION

Final Major Project and Portfolio: Hands-on application of the capacities acquired throughout the full third year of fashion design with the culmination of a final Graduation Catwalk Show presentation. Evaluation of portfolio of work presented to a professional level ready to show to potential clients.

Work Experience: Opportunity for real world experience in the professional work field.

Educational and Vocational Orientation: Analysis of the work field and professional opportunities in the fashion design industry.


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