Class Contemporary Fashion

  • Presentation


    Understand the complexity of fashion. Have a historical view of fashion. Understand the relationship between the arts and Fashion: communication, production and identity. Students must develop relational reasoning between relevant historical moments; know how to produce analogies from events directly associated with fashion and other social contexts.

  • Code


  • Syllabus


    Knowledge about current fashion in the world and in Portugal:
    Implementation strategy for international and national brands, in the transversal market;
    Vision of local and international identity: French fashion; English fashion; Italian fashion; Japanese fashion; Portuguese fashion;
    Contact with the reality of national Fashion Designers;


  • Objectives


    Fashion cover various aspects of society: the consume, politics, social fenomena, economical strategies, local costumes, cultural life, demographic evolution, cientific discoveries, costumes and attitudes. Ability to research and work influences;
    Ability to use different methodologies of data treatment;


  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Mandatory work carried out throughout the semester - one of 20%; another, the Final work, of 60%; Oral Presentation - if it is defined that there is an oral presentation of some or all of the mandatory work, it should be noted that students will have to present their work in a class context, to be defined by the teacher, in front of the rest of the class, subject to questions by part of the teacher or teachers. The grade for this evaluation moment may be included in the final grade of the work or have a separate evaluation.
    Debate and class participation - 10%; Attendance - 10%. The submission of a essay or other, until 24h delay has a two point penalization, after that has zero.



  • References


    Costa, António Firmino da 2001, Sociologia , «O que é», Quimera, Lisboa; Baudelaire, Charles 2006, A invenção da modernidade , Relógio d?água;
    Duarte, Cristina L. 2004 , Moda , O Que É, Quimera, Lisboa; Duarte, Cristina L. 2006, Moda Portuguesa, CTT, Lisboa; Lipovetsky, Gille 2006, Le Bonheur Paradoxal - Essai sur la société d ¿hyperconsommation, Gallimard, Paris; 



Cookie Policy
This site uses cookies to offer you a better browsing experience.
Lisboa 2020 Portugal 2020 Small Logo EU small Logo PRR republica 150x50 Logo UE Financed Provedor do Estudante Livro de reclamaões Elogios