Description of Course:
Building on the goals established in the first phase of Fashion Design studies, our objective is to enhance the training of professionals with versatile skills across various domains, including design projects, concept creation, forecasting, draping, communication, and visualization strategy. We emphasize fostering productive thinking, the identification of opportunities, trends, values, and entrepreneurial initiatives. Key themes in this master's program encompass concepts and trends, draping, surface drawing, textiles and textures, collection development, and product and visualization updates. Professional outputs include separates, coordinated pieces, collections, accessory design, research and inspiration portfolios, illustrations, photographic sessions, and concept presentations. The master's program in Fashion Design cultivates a project-oriented culture within a collaborative atelier environment over three school semesters. In the final semester, students are expected to independently develop and showcase their unique talents and aptitudes.