There are hundreds of nationally recognized Professional qualifications & training courses from the worlds leading education providers. Course objectives should lead to teaching methods and student interest.
Fashion design programs can integrate a solid understanding of craft, design and art with the creation of clothing and accessory lines to be sold. Some programs may cover topics such as the fashion industry or the history of the field.
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Request Information Course Studies in Fashion Design in London in United Kingdom 2017/2018
With this part-time course you will acquire all the essential skills in fashion design. You will be able to draw models and render outfits with all the different fabrics and materials, carry out a research following a fashion trend and develop a well co-ordinated collection. [+]
On this course, you will learn the fundamentals of pattern cutting, experimenting with dart manipulation using basic blocks. Each process of cutting you will undergo will be followed by documenting the process both photographically and with machine sewn samples, creating a valuable technical file, suitable for job and university interviews. [+]
The Vogue Teen Weekend is a two-day programme suitable for sixteen and seventeen year olds. This weekend course offers a unique view of the fashion industry via the lens of British Vogue. [+]
A highly regarded postgraduate level course for designers, graduates and practising pattern cutters. [+]
This structured programme is for students with basic sewing skills to learn and develop some pattern cutting techniques. [+]
Learn some basic processes of hat making in order to creat your own hats. [+]
Learn how to work in traditional and non-traditional ways with veling and crin to add drama to your millinery. Ideal for students with previous millinery experience who wish to expand their expertise with new materials and approaches. [+]
Learn how feathers may be used in traditional and non-traditional ways in millinery. Feathers can add an instant chic to a hat, used to create drama and mystery, be flamboyant or just plain wacky. This course is ideal for those with previous millinery experience who wish to broaden their expertise. [+]
Develop your millinery skills in our specialist millinery studio with expert advice and technique demonstrations from a millinery professional. Focusing on Summer hats in lighter weight materials for special occasions. [+]
Learn how to create beautiful and individual headpieces and trimmings using straw and sinamay sculpting techniques. [+]
Develop your millinery skills in our specialist millinery studio with expert advice and technique demonstrations from a millinery professional. Focusing on Spring hats, in felts to lighter weight materials. [+]
These new high-tech thermo plastic materials will revolutionise and change the way we create millinery. We will focus on the best three new materials, and will explore their extraordinary qualities and benefits. [+]
Learn from a true maestro of feathers - Ian Bennett – how to shape, curl, dye, assemble and create stunning, professional-looking feather trimmings for hats and headpieces. Ideal for those who wish to add these techniques to their arsenal of millinery skills. [+]
For those with previous millinery experience who want to extend their skills in this specialist area. Work on your own self-directed millinery projects with support and demonstrations from an expert millinery tutor. [+]
An opportunity to learn core millinery skills, such as blocking, wiring, edging, trimming and finishing. You will start with felt before moving on to lighter weight materials. [+]