Part time Course in Textile in Italy

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Creative and commercial innovation drive fashion evolution. Developments in the field of textiles -- the various materials and fabrics used to make clothing -- are a vital part of the fashion world.

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Beginners Sartorial Course

Esaie Couture Design School
Campus 2 weeks

This course teaches the basics of made-to-measure pattern making, cutting, dressmaking, and construction. This system was devised By Laura Congia (Italian fashion designer and dressmaker). [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Textile in Italy. This course teaches the basics of made-to-measure pattern making, cutting, dressmaking, and construction. This system was devised By Laura Congia (Italian fashion designer and dressmaker). In this class you will be guided step by step through the different stages of garment creation: from taking measurements to drawing the paper pattern and the final dressmaking. What you'll learn Fabrication Taking proper body measurements Creation of a made-to-measure paper pattern Pattern layout, pinning and cutting Construction techniques Zipper insertion Pressing and finishing Hand-stitched appliqués 8-Session short course (2 weeks, 65 Hours): Monday Aug 22nd 10:00am - 5:00pm Tuesday Aug 23rd 10:00am - 5:00pm Thursday Aug 25th 10:00am - 5:00pm Friday Aug 26th 10:00am - 5:00pm Monday Aug 29th 10:00am - 5:00pm Tuesday Aug 30th 10:00am - 5:00pm Wednesday Aug 31st 10:00am - 5:00pm Thursday Sept 1st 10:00am - 5:00pm Tools & Supplies Fabric (muslin/toile) Pattern paper Rulers (L-square, hip curve, French curve) Measuring tape Fabric scissors Paper cutting Scissors Thread Pins Seam ripper Hand needles​ Prerequisites: Some sewing machine experience. Instructor Laura Congia is a distinguished Italian professional fashion designer, custom dressmaker and fashion school director. She has a genuine passion for fashion and feels privileged to instruct students wishing to learn the art of dressmaking "Made in Italy". In this culturally and emotionally rich intensive class, her objective is to prepare students for success in the competitive world of fashion through in-depth training. [-]

Draping, Drafting & Dressmaking Techniques

Esaie Couture Design School
Campus Part time 3 months

This 3-month course reveals the basic and more advanced skills you need to become an accomplished dress-maker. Build your knowledge, or expand your current dress-making skills. You'll learn to drape and draft custom dress patterns from scratch, just like the ateliers. [+]

This 3-month course reveals the basic and more advanced skills you need to become an accomplished dress-maker. Build your knowledge, or expand your current dress-making skills. You'll learn to drape and draft custom dress patterns from scratch, just like the ateliers. Prove your patterns with a toille (muslin). Then you'll learn various construction techniques to complete your original dresses. And finally, you'll properly fit and adjust the dresses (and pattern) according to the measurements and body type, using foolproof fitting and alteration techniques. You'll be the total dress maker! Skills & Techniques Learn A New Designer Dress Style Each Month! Learn about fabrics and notions needed for dressmaking Learn to measure a body properly Learn to create custom fit dress patterns Learn to make toilles (test muslins) Learn to complete production-ready patterns Learn to prepare fabric for layout, cutting and marking Learn construction techniques (zipper insertion, set in sleeves, etc.) Learn proper pressing and finishing techniques Course runs Tuesday Evenings, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Course Duration: 3 hours, once per week + Open lab time Fabric & Supplies Fashion fabric (3 yards) Muslin fabric (5 yards) Measuring tape Fabric scissors Paper-Cutting Scissors Thread Pins Seam Ripper Hand Needles Dot Pattern Paper Mechanical Pencil Clear Ruler L Square Ruler Hip Curve Ruler French Curve Ruler Magic Tape Prerequisites Some sewing experience If none, 6-Week Dressmaking class recommended [-]

Pattern-Making & Draping

Esaie Couture Design School
Campus Part time 8 weeks

Learn how to create block sloper patterns using flat pattern-making techniques together with art form of draping. This course will give you all the basic skills you need to create bodices, sleeves, skirts and dresses. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Textile in Italy. Learn how to create block sloper patterns using flat pattern-making techniques together with art form of draping. This course will give you all the basic skills you need to create bodices, sleeves, skirts and dresses. On an industry dressform, you'll learn how to measure a body properly and create garments using draping skills and techniques. Then learn how to do simple changes to a basic pattern, aka the sloper (the fashion term for your basic pattern block). This 8-week course is ideal for those beginners or experienced sewers who lack this technical training. Within 8 weeks, you will build a foundation of slopers and pattern-making understanding that you will be able to utilize once you have completed the course. Once you master this art, design to your heart's content! Some designers perfect their work on the table using flat pattern alone. But you'll also learn the excitement of designing in 3D and seeing your ideas come to life right in front of your eyes through draping! Course runs Tuesday Evenings, 6:30pm - 9:30pm Skills & Techniques Learn to accurately measure and fit the body form Understand the fundamental concepts of draping on a dress form Drape basic bodices, skirts, dresses Explore draping techniques Learn to draft personal slopers (block patterns) for bodice, skirt, sleeves, etc Learn to make pattern adjustments and alterations Complete finished production patterns Fabric & Supplies Muslin fabric (5 yards) Measuring tape Fabric scissors Paper-Cutting Scissors Thread Pins Seam Ripper Hand Needles Dot Pattern Paper Mechanical Pencil Clear Ruler L Square Ruler Hip Curve Ruler French Curve Ruler Magic Tape Prerequisites Some sewing experience If none, 3-hour Learn to Sew in a Day class recommended [-]

Fashion Buying

Haute Future Fashion Academy
Campus 2 weeks October 2017 Italy Milan

The Fashion Buying Summer Campus’ focus is to develop key buying skills, encourage students to take an in depth look at the secrets of this fascinating career and acquire basic knowledges of textiles, materials, production process and production times. [+]

Fashion buyers are fashion experts, managing the purchase of products going to be distributed to the stores network. Their job is to select an assortment of garments that must be coherent with the distributors’ identity and clients. It is a complex profession that requires good interpersonal skills, an in depth knowledge of trends and a keen aesthetic sense. The Fashion Buying Summer Campus’ focus is to develop key buying skills, encourage students to take an in-depth look at the secrets of this fascinating career and acquire basic knowledge of textiles, materials, production process and production times. PROGRAMME Week 1 Luxury market: clients, products, services, window displays, communication, icons Benchmarking: comparative evaluation of the reference market, analysis of trends and fashion weeks Research methods: cool hunters & bloggers, trade shows The role of buyers in today’s fashion market Week 2 Qualitative and quantitative analysis of products Analysis of target consumers The importance of visual merchandising in sale strategies Case studies Buying strategies: purchase scheduling, sales analysis and planning, budget management The category-wise buying plan: total look, ready to wear, accessories Final project [-]

Fashion design - Research and creativity - Fall Semester

IED – Istituto Europeo di Design Milan
Campus 1 semester September 2017 Italy Milan

The Creative Collections semester is conceived and structured as a comprehensive overview of the Italian leaders in fashion and textile design: professionals, companies, trademarks, events and trade fairs connected with the world of style. [+]

Best Part time Course Studies in Textile in Italy. THIS PROGRAM IS TAUGHT IN ENGLISH The Creative Collections semester is conceived and structured as a comprehensive overview of the Italian leaders in fashion and textile design: professionals, companies, trademarks, events and trade fairs connected with the world of style. The Creative Collections semester focuses on three main objectives: - The acquisition of a multidisciplinary methodology needed to produce a collection; - Application of the expression languages and representation tools of the industry; - Master the fundamental skills and techniques necessary to design clothing collections and to supervise technical development, choice of fabrics and coordination. The “project work” semester is structured around courses that introduce the Italian design system, understanding company and marketing dynamics, analyzing current trends in interior design in terms of language, and understanding form and materials. Students will use their analytical skills and theoretical knowledge to develop and complete a hands-on design project as a final semester work. The IED approach offers students the unique opportunity to work directly with industry professionals as part of their academic experience and professional development thanks to long-standing relationships with Italian fashion and design industry leaders. Students enrolling in semester programs at the IED have the option to extend to a full Academic Year program by adding an additional semester either in the same field or different discipline or they can opt for the Two City Option by enrolling in an additional semester at another IED location offering semester programs. Currently only IED Florence and Milan offer this option. This semester program is open to current students, graduates and professionals seeking to define or acquire new skills and perspective. IED is able to provide further information regarding course content, facilities and faculty upon request. IED facilitates students spending a semester or academic year abroad by facilitating credit transfer in collaboration with the student’s home institution. Academic Program DESIGN METHODOLOGY FASHION PATTERN MAKING AND TAILORING TECHNIQUES INTRODUCTION TO KNITWEAR MENSWEAR COLLECTION PROJECT PERSONAL DESIGN AND PORTFOLIO TECHNICAL DRAWING TECHNOLOGY OF MATERIALS TEXTILE PATTERN DRAWING WOMENSWEAR COLLECTION PROJECT [-]