Fashion Design & Womenswear Semester

Fall Intake · 30 Credits*
1 Oct 2018 - 1 Mar 2019
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enrolment fee € 4.000
tuition fee € 6.500

*Istituto Marangoni academic system complies with ECTS framework - 1 ECTS credit equals 25/30 hours of work, including theoretical, theoretical-practical lessons, laboratories, designs and individual study. An entire semester at Istituto Marangoni corresponds to approximately 30 ECTS credits (equal to 12 -15 USA credits).

Spring Intake · 30 Credits*
14 Mar 2019 - 12 Jul 2019
it · en
fees
enrolment fee € 4.000
tuition fee € 6.500

*Istituto Marangoni academic system complies with ECTS framework - 1 ECTS credit equals 25/30 hours of work, including theoretical, theoretical-practical lessons, laboratories, designs and individual study. An entire semester at Istituto Marangoni corresponds to approximately 30 ECTS credits (equal to 12 -15 USA credits).

Fall Intake · 30 Credits*
1 Oct 2018 - 15 Mar 2019
en
fees
enrolment fee £ 3.600
tuition fee £ 5.900

*Istituto Marangoni academic system complies with ECTS framework - 1 ECTS credit equals 25/30 hours of work, including theoretical, theoretical-practical lessons, laboratories, designs and individual study. An entire semester at Istituto Marangoni corresponds to approximately 30 ECTS credits (equal to 12 -15 USA credits).

Spring Intake · 30 Credits*
7 Jan 2019 - 31 May 2019
en
fees
enrolment fee £ 3.600
tuition fee £ 5.900

*Istituto Marangoni academic system complies with ECTS framework - 1 ECTS credit equals 25/30 hours of work, including theoretical, theoretical-practical lessons, laboratories, designs and individual study. An entire semester at Istituto Marangoni corresponds to approximately 30 ECTS credits (equal to 12 -15 USA credits).

This semester course focuses on femininity and the changing female silhouette, in order to inject creative flair in the competitive world of womenswear apparel. Classes in fashion illustration design, pattern making, and garment construction guide participants through various stages in the research, design, and style process. Aimed at students with at least one-year previous undergraduate study in fashion design, fashion accessories, or similar field, this inspiring short course encourages participants to develop their own signature style or ‘visual language’, as well as broadening horizons for personal growth and future career development.

 

Semester 1 · autumn start

  • History and Criticism of Contemporary Fashion
  • Sociology, Anthropology and Psychology of Fashion
  • Production Processes
  • Experimental Prototype Creation
  • Design Methods
  • Fashion Design II

Semester 2 · spring start

  • History and Criticism of Contemporary Design
  • Fashion Product Technologies
  • Fashion Design Realization: Patterns
  • Integrated Product Design
  • Fashion Trend Forecasting
  • Perception Studies
  • Fashion Design Realization: Mannequins


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