An experiential journey into the heart of fashion design, using different exercises to help them understand the characteristics and tools they need to create a collection.
The Junior Summer Course in Fashion Design leads students on an experiential journey into the heart of fashion design, using different exercises to help them understand the characteristics and tools they need to create a collection.
The programme affords a very specific vision of the design process for young minds who can see themselves as fashion designers, as well as providing an introduction into this field for those who are less sure about which career path to follow. In both cases, the course encourages motivation, confidence and self-knowledge while defining the academic and personal experience step by step.
As the course progresses, students get to practice research, experimentation, modelling and a variety of representation techniques. They will also be expected to keep a sketchbook showing the entire creative process which they will then use to create a portfolio.
The course is intended to boost motivation, confidence and self-knowledge, so each student incorporates the experiences they learn into their own academic path and personal life, and so they gain a better understanding of the way fashion designers think and work.
The syllabus has been conceived to create a space where students can establish bonds and share their distinctive features. Students are also provided with enough technical knowledge to develop their own ideas in relation to the world of fashion, on the basis of a design process which highlights the importance of observing, researching, associating ideas, applying logic and communicating.
The course is designed as an immersion into the world of fashion design by means of a hands-on approach. Every student will perform a variety of activities in order to learn which tools and resources designers need to create their fashion collections.
Young students between 15 and 18 years old who are keen to get started in the world of fashion and find out if this is the academic field they want to build a career in.
Young students with artistic or creative skills related to the fashion industry looking to learn first-hand about the sector’s professional reality guided by professional lecturers, and enhance and foster their skills and compare them with their peers.
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