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Class History of Fashion Design

  • Presentation

    Presentation

    Intended learning outcomes (knowledge, skills and competences to be developed by the students): This UC aims to provide students with specific knowledge and skills on the Fashion Design History by addressing its various movements in the context of Fashion Design History.

     

  • Code

    Code

    ULHT6277-22978
  • Syllabus

    Syllabus

    - Cultural and artistic framework from the history of clothing to the concept of fashion
    - Clothing from prehistory to the Great Empires
    - Clothing in the Classical Period
    - Clothing in the Middle Ages
    - The neoclassical
    - The 19th century: Bourgeois fashions
    Fashion and Industry: Symbolic Fashion as opposed to official fashion; Appearance of Haute Couture; The changes of the end of the century; fashion and sport
    - The 20th century: The influence of the Great War on women's fashion; The Roaring Twenties and Gabrielle Chanel; The 30s; The Second World War and its projection in Fashion - Christian Dior and the New Look; The 50's; The 60's and the importance of English fashion; The 70's; The 80's; the nineties
    - 21st Century - paradigm of interpretation of the history of fashion in new approaches to consumption; brands' message in the face of social, political, economic and sustainability contexts.

     

  • Objectives

    Objectives

    Intended learning outcomes (knowledge, skills and competences to be developed by the students):
    This UC aims to provide students with specific knowledge and skills on the Fashion Design History by addressing its various
    movements in the context of Fashion Design History.
    Upon completing this UC, students:
    - Expanded their general culture to the fields of the fashion history, becoming familiar with the main historical references.
    - Understand the different ticket regimes (between creative disciplines and throughout history)
    - Identify, recognize and distinguish historical references in the clothing industry and realize the importance of images from the past in contemporary production.
    Develop a critical and discursive thinking based on the fashion design history.

     

  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Mandatory assignments carried out throughout the semester - 30% (two assignments of 15% each or three assignments of 10% each); Final work - 50%; Debate and class participation - 10%; Attendance - 10%. Oral presentation of one of the semester's works, to be decided by the teacher, the grade will always be included in the evaluation of the work already considered;
    Assessment is continuous, forcing students to respect the rules of punctuality. If students show up to class after 15 minutes of the start, they will be marked absent.
    Participation must be done through 75% of mandatory attendance, failure to comply with which requires the exam. Delayed delivery of work until 24:00, two penalty points; more than 24h, score of ZERO.

    More informations in the mandatory digital platform: Moodle.

     

     

  • References

    References

    Sample,100 Fashion Designers-10 Curator, Phaidon, London (2006)
    CUVILLIER, Dominique, Comprendre les Tendances, Chêne, Paris (2008)
    Collezionni Trends (revista)
    FERNANDEZ, Angel e ROIG, Martin, Desenho para Designers de Moda,  Estampa, Lisboa (2007)
    GERVAL, Olivier, Studio et Produits, Eyrolles, Paris (2007)
    JONES, Sue Jenkyn, Fashion Design, O Manual do Estilista, Gustavo Gilli, Barcelona (2005)
    LYNCH, Annette e STRAUSS, Mitchell D. Changing Fashion, Berg, New York (2007)
    MENDES, Valerie e HAYE, Amy, 20th Century Fashion, Thames & Hudson, London (2005)
    SEIVEWRIGTH, Simon, Research and Design, Ava, London (2007)
    UDALE, Jenny, Textiles and Fashion, Ava, London (2008)

     

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