PRODUCTION & PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
RESEARCH & REPORTING & PRESENTATION
INTRODUCTION TO FASHION BUYING
An overview of the role of buyers in fashion, including merchandising, promotion and interpretation of trends
Students complete a 3 week, full time internship in their 3rd year of study. North West School of Design lecturers and academic coordinator facilitates these Internship programmes through the placement of student with host organizations for a minimum of 150 hours of experiential learning during the third year of study.
Fashion Design students must select subjects from this list. These subjects are presented as part time courses and are all 2 month part time courses, twice weekly. Fashion Design students must complete one of these subjects per year.
A Hands-on course, students will learn about a variety of topics including measuring, shoes styles, pattern designing, material selection, and using hand tools. Over the course of the workshop, students will make a pair of shoes for themselves using hand tools.
Principles of window display, allocation of windows. Planning & preparation of displays
Props and lighting, Selecting stock for displays. Promotional signage, marking & ticketing
The course is aimed to prepare professionals in design, pattern making, sewing and fitting for wedding dresses.
The plan of study covers different subjects from the basic notions, through to veils and other accessories.
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