The two-year curriculum of the M. Des in Fashion Design program at the School of Fashion Design, FDDI, offers a comprehensive and well-structured
journey through four semesters. In the initial year, Semester 1 introduces students to fundamental concepts like fashion creation, textile studies, fabric structures,
and digital illustration. They also engage with practical skills in pattern making and garment construction. Semester 2 continues with an emphasis on fashion trends,
research methodologies, and surface design, complemented by learning digital fashion design and experimental draping techniques. An industry internship during the summer
provides real-world exposure. In the second year, Semester 3 delves into creative pattern making, fashion accessories, and photography, while also exploring fashion merchandising
and branding. Electives offer specialization in sustainable design or project management. Semester 4 concludes the program with a focus on store design, intellectual property,
and international fashion trends. Students culminate their studies by creating a portfolio or research thesis, fully prepared to thrive as versatile fashion designers,
entrepreneurs, and experts in the industry.
DISTINCTIVE FEATURES OF THE COURSE:
The course provides you with an in-depth appreciation of the complexity of sustainable and ethical Fashion Designing in the contemporary global fashion
industry. And is further supported by FDDI Centre of Excellence Centres.
With a problem-solving approach to Fashion Designing, the course will give you a relevant grounding for your future.
The course includes projects with industry clients, and regular industry speakers to ensure the curriculum remains relevant to current industry challenges.
A strong focus on creativity ensures you develop the skill sets to become a future creative leader in the global fashion industry.
The course will prepare you to successfully navigate the complex Fashion industry.