Class Fashion Design II

  • Presentation


    The Curricular Unit of Fashion Design II has a projectual nature and aims to develop collections of Fashion Design for Women in Streetwear and Casual Chic styles.

    The curricular unit is taught by Fashion Designers, professionals in the work market in the area, with very distinct styles and who propose the realization of two equally distinct works.

  • Code


  • Syllabus


    1. methodologies for project development in Fashion Design - Women's Collection

    2. Women's Collection Design Process (Streetwear and Casual Chic)

           a. Research

           b. Concept Definition

           c. Creativity: development of panels: StoryBoard; MoodBoard; Trend Panel; Color Panel; Materials and Finishing Panel

           d. Sketch-Book

           e. Creative process

           f. Prototype

    3. Development of a Dossier for a Feminine collection.

  • Objectives


    The objectives of this CU are to

    - Know how to carry out a fashion design research.

    - Define concepts as a starting point for the realization of a collection.

    - Create collections following all steps of the methodological process - from initial research to the making of a prototype

    - Know how to identify target audiences and competing brands

    - Design garments: sketches and technical

    - Explore materials (fabrics, non-woven and others) and ways of manipulation

    - Know how to produce a dossier for a Women's collection in different styles and methodologies

  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Various important aspects of photography will be focussed on through visual and exemplary presentations. The work proposed for assessment will be carried out in the classroom and monitored by the teacher, but should include some time for autonomous work.

    The type of work is essentially practical, involving research, planning, organisation and execution.

    Student-centred teaching and learning by doing are encouraged, with the teacher facilitating learning.

  • References


    BOUCHER, F., 20000 years of fashion, the history of costume and personal adorment, Abrams, Londres, 1965

    FAERM, S., Curso de Design de Moda – Princípios, prática e técnicas, Editorial Gustavo Gili, Barcelona, 2012

    IRELAND, P. J., Introduction to Fashion Design, Batsford, Londres, 1992       

    JONES, Sue Jenkyn, Fashion Design – O Manual do estilista, Editorial Gustavo Gili, Barcelona, 2005

    JONES, T., Fashion Now, Taschen, Colónia, 2003

    KOLLER,C., História do Vestuário, Martins Fontes, 1993

    O´HARA, G., Enciclopédia da Moda, Companhia das Letras, 1986

    RENFREW, E. and C., Creación de una colección de moda, Editorial Gustavo Gili, Barcelona, 2010

    SEIVEWRIGHT, S., Pesquisa e Design, Bookman, Porto Alegre, 2009

    TARRANT, N., The development of costume, Routledge, Londres, 1994


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