Fashion Design

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FASHION DESIGN

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The DEGREE Studies in Fashion Design aims to train for the material and formal configuration of products in the textile and clothing sector.

Titling

DEGREE studies in Fashion Design spread out over four academic years, including Final Project and internships in companies. They are taught from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

Fashion Design: What is it?

Fashion is a reflection of society, which acts as an indicator of the changes that occur in it. Therefore, it acquires great importance through aspects which not only functional and aesthetic, but also communicative.

The fashion sector industry is a complex organisational and technical system in charge of transforming creativity into products for sale in the market. The fashion designer has a fundamental role in this process through very different professional areas, such as styling, trend analysis or cool-hunter, fashion editing, product manager, modelling, figurineism, among others.

Our studies enable the student to design and develop projects that include all the necessary processes to ensure the viability of the proposals, becoming an excellent professional starting point.

TABLE OF BASIC SUBJECTS/ECTS/SUBJECTS/all specialties

Basic

Subjects

All Specialties

1st

2nd

Basic Field RD 633/2010

Analysis of Shape, Space and Colour

6

-

DESIGN FUNDAMENTALS

Theory and Methodology of the Project

6

-

Artistic Drawing

6

-

LANGUAGES AND TECHNIQUES OF REPRESENTATION AND COMMUNICATION

 

The basic teaching subjects have a total duration of 62 credits and are taken in 1st and 2nd year.

 

They are common to all four specialties.

 

They have a fundamentally annual distribution.

Graphic Expression

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6

Volume and Space

-

6

Geometry and Representation Systems

6

-

Photography

-

3

Audiovisual Media

-

3

Scientific Fundamentals of Design

4

-

SCIENCE APPLIED TO DESIGN

History and Theory of Art, Architecture and Design

6

-

HISTORY OF ARTS AND DESIGN

Design Culture

6

-

DESIGN CULTURE

Design and Business

-

4

DESIGN MANAGEMENT

 

 

Compulsory Speciality Subjects

FASHION DESIGN

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

Obligatory Speciality Field to which RD 633/2010 belongs

Introduction to Textile Materials

6

-

-

-

MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY APPLIED TO FASHION DESIGN.

Textile Materials and Finishes I and II

-

4

-

-

Textile Structures I and II

-

-

6

-

Computer Media: Fashion Design

8

-

-

-

They are distributed across the four years and are taught in a semiannual manner.

 

Digital Representation Fashion Design I and II

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6

-

-

Modelling and Prototypes I and II

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6

-

-

PATRONAGE AND CLOTHING.

Modelling and Advanced Prototypes I and II

-

-

6

-

Pattern-making I and II

-

4

-

-

Advanced Pattern-making

-

-

2

-

Scaling techniques

-

-

-

2

Digital Technology: Fashion Design

-

-

3

-

History of Fashion Design I, II and III

-

6

3

-

HISTORY OF FASHION DESIGN.

Theory and Criticism of Fashion Design

-

-

3

-

Introduction to the Fashion Design Project

6

-

-

-

FASHION AND CLOTHING DESIGN PROJECTS.

Fashion Design Projects I and II

-

12

-

-

Advanced Fashion Projects I and II

-

-

12

-

Trend Analysis

-

-

-

3

Styling Projects

-

-

-

9

STYLING

Fashion Design Management

-

-

-

2

FASHION DESIGN MANAGEMENT.

Marketing: Fashion Design I and II

-

-

6

-

Fashion Illustration

-

-

6

-

ILLUSTRATION (CARM)