One Year Course Fashion Design

General

Program Description

The intensive one-year Fashion Design Course prepares students to take their first steps in fashion design in an introduction to the techniques, processes and methodologies of fashion design.

This course provides access to IED Madrid’s master’s degree programmes.

Training Areas

Fundamentals of the process
General and cross-cutting introduction to the creative process. Students will work from the fundamentals of creating a design-associated concept, including a project methodology. On the basis of creative thinking associated with culture and art.

Labs
Introduction to specific workshops focused on constructing and creating a garment. Manual and technical workshops where students will learn basic skills to create and give shape to design. Pattern-making, modelling and tailoring

Tools - Manual
Focused on learning the manual resources of a Fashion Designer: techniques for expression and communication, such as drawing, colour, illustration and collage or composition and image, which will give expression to an idea or concept. Introducing, both theoretically and practically, the science of the perception of colour. Knowing and mastering basic volumetric concepts, processes and techniques. Acquiring skills for drawing and creating an outline that differentiates and identifies.

Tools - Digital
Introduction to the basic digital tools from a design point of view. Use of technological applications applied to 3D pattern-making, volume and the creation of garments. In addition to creating prints and composing images in order to create a personal universe focused on design concepts. InDesign, Illustrator, Clo3D, Photoshop.

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Last updated Feb 2020

About the School

We can remember the Spanish domination over Milan, lasted almost two centuries, and that in southern Italy. In a way, the decision that Spain would be the first country outside Italy to host IED campu ... Read More

We can remember the Spanish domination over Milan, lasted almost two centuries, and that in southern Italy. In a way, the decision that Spain would be the first country outside Italy to host IED campuses came quite naturally. Read less