Part time Master's Degree in Fashion Design in Paris in France

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Fashion Design

A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.

Fashion design programs can integrate a solid understanding of craft, design and art with the creation of clothing and accessory lines to be sold. Some programs may cover topics such as the fashion industry or the history of the field.

France, officially the French Republic, is a unitary semi-presidential republic located mostly in Western Europe, with several overseas regions and territories.

Paris is the most populated city in France and its capital. It has over 2 million residents. It plays host to leading centers of learning and the arts in the European region. Being home to the highest number of highly educated persons, Paris has several prestigious universities in France.

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Master of Arts in Contemporary Fashion Design

IFA Paris
Campus 15 - 15 months September 2017 France Paris

Our Master of Arts in Contemporary Fashion Design was specifically designed to address these changes and is aimed at Fashion Design graduates who want to go beyond product design and development. [+]

Part time Masters in Fashion Design in Paris in France. IFA PARIS Master of Arts Accredited by IDEL as "International Master" “CONTEMPORARY DESIGN & GLOBAL INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE IN PARIS.” 15-MONTH PROGRAM IN ENGLISH FULL PARIS EXPERIENCE Develop your Collection in the Atelier IFA Paris INTAKE: September 2015 ECTS CREDITS EARNED: 120 TUITION FEE: €14,800 APPLICATION FEE: €150 LIMITED TO 20 students Young fashion designers have become the key element in reshaping today’s fashion panorama. From the appointment of JW Anderson as Creative Director to Loewe to the acquisition of stakes of Christopher Kane by Kering Group, all events seem to indicate that now more than ever fashion creation remains essential for the activities of large luxury brands and mass-market brands. Despite an apparent return to a pure and fresh creativity, the components of fashion design related jobs have dramatically changed. Imagining garments in an intuitive way is only one aspect of a designer’s responsibilities. A head designer or a creative director must not only anticipate social and aesthetic changes, but also understand the strategic issues faced by brands in terms of positioning, market potential and communication. Our Master of Arts in Contemporary Fashion Design was specifically designed to address these changes and is aimed at Fashion Design graduates who want to go beyond product design and development. The program has 3 main objectives : - Enriching our students’ fashion and creative culture with modules especially designed for this course. For instance our ‘Fashion Cross Culture’ module was developed with the Musée des Arts Décoratifs to provide a more sophisticated approach towards the analysis of cultural discrepancies and their effect on fashion. Another key module would be “Fashion Product Semiology”. It uses semiology as a methodology to decode a garment and to decrypt its aesthetic aspect in order to better understand how it is perceived. - Developing student creativity with modules such as « Creative Process» that helps students become more aware of their own “creative logic” and increase their potential. The addition of practical workshops will provide students with a new approach on known production and designing techniques. For example the “Pattern and Draping Development” module introduces new research methods based on experimentation and opens new perspectives for students when it comes to finding inspiration. - Helping our students understand how the fashion industries work and how brand strategies are crafted on a global context. Marketing, organisational issues, financial challenges as well as image and communication strategies will be discussed in a series of various modules The course ends with students developing their own collection project with the guidance of a tutor. This project includes creating a garment and/or an accessories collection. The process involves designing prototypes for 12 silhouettes as well as developing marketing and business plans. This collection is then examined by a jury of professionals and the best students receive the opportunity to show their work to fashion professionals at the IFA Graduate Show that takes place during The Haute Couture Fashion Week. Students are also tutored to take part in several international contests that represent a great platform for young fashion designers. As with the other IFA Paris courses, the Master of Arts in Contemporary Fashion Design benefits greatly from its Paris location. With its rich cultural life, its two museums dedicated to fashion, its 6 annual fashion weeks, hundreds of showrooms and textile fairs as well as the vicinity of small-scale crafts industries, the city of lights remains the undisputed fashion capital of the world. All our programs are articulated around the ECTS framework as defined by the Bologne convention. After completing their course, students receive a total of 120 ECTS that can easily be transferred if they decide to study further. This program also received the IDEL/IDEART accreditation and is certified as an “International Master.” Course Structure Creative Culture In order to to generate relevant concepts and products fashion designers consistently have to question their own creative process in light of changes in their social, economic and cultural environments. Through the different modules of this group students will transcend an the definition of intuitive creativity in order to build their own artistic framework based on their personal motivation and intellectual process. The goal is to help them fully tap into their creative mind and therefore maximize their innovation capabilities. Modules include : Contemporary Creativity Analysis Research & Creative Thinking Creative Process Workshop Fashion Environment A strong interest towards art as well as curiosity towards other creative fields are necessary to feed fashion creativity. Aesthetic knowledge is built through analysizing various genres of imagery, graphics, color, painting, sculpture, architecture or design of artifacts. Through modules such as Fashion Ethnography, Fashion Cross-Culture developped in partnership with the Paris Musée des Arts Décoratifs, or Fashion Product Semiology, students will further analyse how fashion adresses the notions of appearance and status. Ultimately students wille be able to decode the meanings behind shapes, volumes, détail or colors of any range of fashion products. Modules include : Fashion Ethnography Fashion Cross Culture Creative Context Trends & Future Fashion Product Semiology Marketing & Management This group of modules analyzes and reflects on marketing strategies for fashion brands and provides a rigorous outline to manage them. Students examine the differences in marketing high fashion brands versus mass-market brands. Observing processes impacting brands identity, positionning, pricing, distribution and communication help students to understand the inherent challenges of the broad contemporary fashion market. The power of a brand will be analyzed through its value, its social, contractual and semiotic dimensions. Students will familiarize themeselves with the required comprehensive tools for branding in order to build coherent strategies for their own fashion brand. The need for future fashion entrepreneurs to develop innovative fashion concepts in specific markets of today’s global fashion industry is also addressed. Modules includes Positionning & Pricing Fashion Distribution Consumer Behavior Sourcing & Supply Chain Issues Branding Image & Communication Comprehensive communication and innovative design presentations are crucial for fashion houses to stand out in a crowded market place. The different modules of this chapter will train students to merge the proper wording and imagery akin to fashion communication campaigns developed in the international arena. More specifically, the knowledge and skills imparted will focus on media strategic planning, visual communication through styling, written communication through traditional and digital channels, public relation techniques and event management for fashion shows. Modules include : Communication The Fashion Press Retail & Visual Merchandising Photographic Styling Fashion Photography History & Analysis Business issues Fashion designers or Art directors must understand the legal and business framework of the fashion industry in order to converse efficiently with brand managers. Within this module grouping students will discover the realities of the Fashion industry from an economic and financial point of view. They will explore the challenges faced by start-up companies and learn the best practices for writing a business plan. That includes analyzing and evaluating growth potential in new businesses, minimizing financial risks while identifying industry key success factors necessary for a brand to grow and flourish within today’s competitive global economy. Modules include : Entrepreneurship & Finance Intellectual Property Technical Issue Reaslistically a future career in fashion cannot be conceived whithout an in-depth knowledge of clothes construction. Within this module grouping students will strenghten their knowledge and skills to handle a multiplicity of garments and textile types through the apprenticeship of both traditional and high-tech production techniques. They will also be exposed to the role of technology in creating new textiles and designs. Upon completion of this module grouping students will have grasped the fabrication processes and practical issues involved in bringing a garment to life. Modules includes : Digital Design Workshop Innovative Textile Workshop Pattern & Draping Development [-]


Campus 1 - 2  September 2017 France Paris

Digital printing, connected garments and accessories, innovative materials, digital textiles and e-business: this course in English gives students the tools that are specific to the digital fashion economy. [+]

Digital printing, connected garments and accessories, innovative materials, digital textiles and e-business: this course in English gives students the tools that are specific to the digital fashion economy. PROGRAMME LAUNCHING IN SEPTEMBER 2016 Thanks to a teaching staff made up of recognised professionals in the field of fashion, and its numerous partnerships with prestigious companies, this course is widely renowned. MASTER-EQUIVALENT QUALIFICATION/IN ENGLISH The Fashion Tech/e-Business course takes place over two years and is for students who have already completed a bachelor’s level course such as fashion design-pattern making, fashion and textile design or fashion design/fashion business. Advantages of the Course A unique programme in order to imagine the business models of tomorrow Fashion design connected to digital sectors Open access and autonomous use of the Fashion Lab: knitting machine, Lectra System, laser cutter, 3-D printer Collaborations with students on the Connected Object Design Bachelor’s course Extended work placements of four to six months allowing a real application of learned skills Each student produces a startup style entrepreneurial project Project acceleration through incubation at the end of the course Careers Knitwear designer Ready-to-wear designer Accessory designer Digital project manager Product Innovation Manager E-business expert Fab Lab Manager E-marketing Manager Community manager Fashion creator Entry Requirements & Application Admission to LISAA Fashion Paris is subject to both the presentation of a portfolio of work and an oral interview. The objective of these conditions is not merely to assess the candidate’s level but also — and above all — to gauge his or her curiosity, artistic culture, motivation and the potential of his or her academic profile to suit the specificities of a profession in fashion. [-]

Master in Fashion Marketing, Design & Brand Strategies

Campus September 2017 France Paris

This program trains executives in management and marketing applied to the fields of fashion and design, in a national and international perspective [+]

Master in Fashion Marketing, Design & Brand Strategies

This program trains executives in management and marketing applied to the fields of fashion and design, in a national and international perspective.It welcomes students from university, business school or artistic trainings. The fashion industry is undergoing rapid changes and emerging new players appear in a global context. Future managers must be trained in all the proper techniques and be aware of consumer demands. The following are the types of positions that our graduates will be trained for: product manager, project manager, communication manager, buyer, merchandising manager, brand manager, showroom manager, collection manager...... [-]

MA In Fashion Design And Model

Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne
Campus 1 year September 2017 France Paris

This course is validated by the grant of a title "Designer Designer / trice mode" Level II (Fr) - 6 (Eu), Master 1, registered in RNCP by order of 07.17.2015 published in the Journal 25/07/2015 official. [+]

This course is validated by the grant of a title "Designer Designer / trice mode" Level II (Fr) - 6 (Eu), Master 1, registered in RNCP by order of 07.17.2015 published in the Journal 25/07/2015 official. This professional certification is available through the VAE system. The teaching is based on the valuation of traditional skills while developing the industrial dimension of trades related to fashion design / modeling and training in new technologies, without neglecting the market-related constraints. This program prepares students for careers: Stylist (clothing, accessories, knitwear) Assistant Director of image, more commonly known as Art Director Designer (Toiliste, PatternMaker) Assistant Manager Workshop / Consultancy development-related trades product: Collection Management Assistant, Production Management Assistant, Purchasing Management Organization and Programs The school has 3 types of educational work: Knowledge of the garment according to quality criteria and proper fit The development of creativity Knowledge of the professional environment The average length of each course varies depending on the material taught and the courses are taught in French. Come from its ranks: Adeline André, Alexis Mabille, Andre Courreges, Anne Valérie Hash, Dominique Sirop, Gilles Rosier, Gustavo Lins, Issey Miyake, Jean Colonna, Jean-Louis Scherrer, Jens Laugesen, Jérôme Lhuillier, Julien Fournié, Karl Lagerfeld Lars Nilsson, Lefranc.Ferrant, Maxime Simoens, Rabih Kayrouz, Stephane Rolland, Tom Van Lingen, Tomas Maier, Suzy Menkes, Valentino, Véronique Nichanian, Yves Saint Laurent, ... DESIGNER-TOILISTE / modeller: THE 1ST TO 3RD YEAR During the first two years of training stylist - toiliste / designer, teaching is focused on the acquisition of knowledge of technical and artistic basis. The first year acts preparatory year in which the student must confirm in its earnings capacity and the potential identified during pre-registration maintenance. The programs of these two years are focused on learning the basic techniques of styling, cutting and molding of the flat cut which allow students to express their creative proposals. The objective of the third year is starting to guide students according to an identified potential and to raise awareness of a complete world brand, improving their openness and their culture "fashion" to strengthen dimension "taking initiative" and working methods, ... SYLLABUS Garment construction: Study of the morphology of the human body, its measures and shapes, cut molding, flat cut, LECTRA MODARIS, hand mounting techniques and machine models realization with studies and assembly lines, drawing and specifications (manual and computerized), clothing production techniques, calculation of cost, technical files, Knowledge of materials: fabrics Technology, armor, finishings, weaving, knitting, knit, ... From design to prototype: drawing, live model, development of creativity, research, styling, developing collections, target market, design, choice of materials of works, creation of templates, textile prints, homogeneity accessories style, ILLUSTRATOR, PHOTOSHOP, LECTRA KALEDO, Design and textile design, patterns, connections impressions, search terms, Development of education turned to the creation of accessories, Costume history and fashion, fashion culture, contemporary fashion collections analysis, Professional English, Knowledge of the world of business: professional interventions fashion marketing, creation, business, communication, specific products, Retail, Enterprise, "Learning to sell," ... collaboration Search allowing students work in natural size on the product. ASSESSMENT AND REVIEW The passage in 2nd and 3rd year is conditioned by: Obtaining a general average equal or higher than 10 on the work done during the school year: At the end of January and the end of April, a statement detailing the scores and appraisals and teacher comments will be sent to each student accompanied by a statement of his absences. Unjustified absences result in a proportional decrease of note in the field. Obtaining a general average equal or greater than 10 at year-end examination held in June of each school year. Obtaining the certificate of completion of the third year is subject to: Obtaining a general average equal or greater than 10 to 50% from the year notes and 50% of the ratings awarded by the jury of the end of the 3rd year. The passage in 4th year at the end of which is issued a Title Designer - Designer / trice level Mode II (FR) - 6 (Eu) recorded in RNCP by order of 17.07.2015 published in the Official Journal of 07/25/2015, is conditioned by: - ​​obtaining a general average equal or higher than 10 on the work done during the school year under the conditions indicated above. Unjustified absences result in a proportional decrease of note in the field. - Obtaining a general average equal or higher than 10 in the final exam. - Obtaining a rating at or above 12 on a personal project that the student appeared before a professional jury in June. - Students obtaining the jury a score between 10 and 12 will receive a certificate of end of 3rd year issued by the school. They will have the opportunity to resubmit to the jury the following year to integrate the 4th year, provided they have completed a placement year in business, naturally internship under agreement with our institution. For international students, a sufficient level of understanding and expression of French is required to enter next year. STYLING AND TRAINING MODEL: 4TH YEAR Thought by and for professionals, this grade can develop the skills expected by fashion companies. The project work, workshops and many practicing professionals provide interventions throughout the year a formal representative status of daily studios and workshops. Each promotion is sponsored by a Designer *, which individually supports students in achieving their project graduation. * Jean Colonna (2011), Josephus Thimister (2012), Yvan Mispelaere (2013), Martine Sitbon (2014), Felipe Oliveira Baptista (2015), Lutz Huelle (2016) THE PROGRAM The course and conference program involves practicing professionals for permanent or ad hoc interventions. Didier GRUMBACH (French Federation of Couture Ready-to-Wear Tailors and Fashion Designers), Barnabas HARDY (Carven), Alexandre MATIUSSI (AMI), JC DE CASTELBAJAC, MAURIZIO LIOTTI (Director of Workshops and production DIOR ) ... and many others came to share their experience and guide students of previous promotions in their projects. (The course in "Design / Fashion Design" is validated by granting a level of Title II (Fr) - 6 (Eu), Master 1, registered in RNCP by order of 17.07.2015 published in the Journal 25/07/2015 official. ASSESSMENT AND REVIEW Obtaining the Master 1 requires an average of 10/20, from 60% of the notes of the year and 40% of the examination marks graduation. Unjustified absences result in a proportional decrease of note in the field. A written report is required and considered for obtaining the Master. STYLING AND TRAINING MODEL: STAGE Created and administered by the great Parisian houses, the school has a strong network and a careers service that facilitates the internship placement and job search. 1ST, 2ND & 3RD YEAR After the first two years of training in fashion design and model a 5 months of internship allows students to confront the professional world, to discover the reality of the company's business and to formalize and more precisely the type activity corresponding to their potential and expectations. After training, students must complete a mandatory internship of three months minimum. Conventionné the probationary period may be extended up to one year after graduation (within 6 months within the same company). 4TH YEAR A contracted internship 3 months minimum must be performed from June. Conventionné the probationary period may be extended up to one year after graduation (within 6 months within the same company). ADMISSION In 4 years, the curriculum is validated by granting a level of Title II (Fr) - 6 (Eu), Master 1, registered in RNCP by order of 07.17.2015 published in the Official Journal of 25/07/2015. This program is open to holders of bachelor's or equivalent degree. The program is available in four years and admissions in 2nd, 3rd and 4th year of training in fashion design and model are possible depending on the number of places available. HOW TO APPLY 1. Make an appointment for an application interview. 2. Send us by e-mail, mail or fax the attached pre-registration form. 3. During your interview you must present your academic record, personal work portfolio, resume and cover letter. 4. Follow the specific procedure as the year include: 1ST, 2ND AND 3RD YEAR The recruitment is made on the school record, a record of personal work, a cover letter and after one interview. No charges are applicable. In addition, candidates for the 2nd and 3rd year Level tests are held in April with dates communicated to the applicants during the individual interview. 4TH YEAR Candidates must have a proven level design and clothing design technique. The selection is made on jury in early June accompanied the portfolio looks made 3 (2 fabrics, canvas 1). The jury appreciates the creative and technical potential of the candidates and their ability to adapt to the needs of studios and workshops. For external candidates to school, a screening is carried out between December and April on presentation of a letter of motivation, academic record, and the portfolio during a personal interview. STATUS Students benefit from student status: The affiliation to the regime of the Social Security is compulsory for any student under the age of 28 years. The fee is payable to the school year. Older students may be members of the scheme of personal insurance membership fee at a reduced rate. The general scheme of the School of the Union Chamber of Parisian Couture is the externship. By registering at the school, students are automatically insured against accidents of school life, including during internships in France or abroad. [-]

Master in Fashion Elite

Istituto Marangoni
Campus 8 months

Aimed at maximum 12 excellent candidates per year, selected by the best fashion schools worldwide or from the world of work. [+]

Part time Masters in Fashion Design in Paris in France. Master in Fashion Elite the course Aimed at maximum 12 excellent candidates per year, selected by the best fashion schools worldwide or from the world of work, who have a minimum of professional experience and/or have launched a brand with great future potential. Maximum four participants will be chosen from each of the following educational pathways: Design, Art Direction and Business. Those selected will be expected to have a good first degree in design or business studies. The course is designed to train the future leaders of the fashion industry to understand, analyse and manage the key areas of a fashion company. Through the study of subjects such as collection-building, production methodologies, budgeting, marketing and communication, the participant can learn not only theoretical notions but to develop innovative and future-thinking practical approaches aimed at creating, making and launching a product or collection of products on the global market. These twelve participants will be divided into three interdisciplinary groups. Each group will consist of a participant with a design background, one with an art direction background and one with a business background. All three groups will attend a nine-month intensive course held by the best tutors and managers of the fashion industry in every area (design, art, business), during which they will develop their own business idea or an idea from the sponsoring brand. During the course each group will be supported by: a coach; three tutors, one for each subject area. There will be no pre-constructed units, but the contents will be negotiated and driven by each team, focusing on project development; managers for each function (creativity, communication, digital, textile, venture capital, business planning, marketing, retail, etc.) who will work directly on the participants’ project. opportunities Through building skills in ideas development, problem solving, teamwork and focused project management, participants will be able to lead teams of people in realising complex projects. They will be able to contribute entrepreneurial thinking to new concepts for existing companies or generate new businesses and create new markets for innovative products. learning outcomes research, develop and resolve all creative ideas while producing an ambitious, professional and contemporary collection (creative skills); critically implement an individual program of work demonstrating organizational and managerial skills in planning, organizing and completing the project (business skills); evaluate the procedures involved in setting up and operating a business venture (business skills); relate appropriately and effectively within various organizational contexts; develop effective self-management skills in terms of time, planning and behaviour, motivation, self-starting, individual initiative and enterprise when realizing a project (soft skills). course themes The programme is innovative as it is based on a coaching approach. This is determined by the participants as they set their objectives and are supported and guided by the academic teams across fashion disciplines. [-]

Master in Digital Fashion Design

Istituto Marangoni
Campus 8 months

The course is intended for students who already have a degree in graphics or communications or marketing and who know the basics of coding in html. The course... [+]

Master in Digital Fashion Design


The course is intended for students who already have a degree in graphics or communications or marketing and who know the basics of coding in html.  The course will cover which trends and technological solutions must be implemented to improve brand value communication of the selected brand equity and manage, as social media coordinators, the politics of online customer relation management (social & PR). Learners will also be able to analyze different e-commerce strategies, evaluating which of these should be applied in the retail politics of a brand.The aim of the course is, in fact, to develop a critical analysis of the best ways to integrate direct commercial channel, to the web based one, the use of social media, and the CRM data analysis to further improve the value of a brand and attract consumers to the online fashion market from all over the world. Thus the learners will study programming languages for new digital technologies and mobile devices used in brand communication. They will study the strategies of web marketing and how the values of a company are communicated to the client audience. At the same time they will also study in detail web marketing and communication strategies of the most important case histories.Themes in the design and planning of a website will be analysed through the development of a project in real collaboration with a company of the industry.  After the study of the legal implications of e-commerce and the visual representation of the project for the client, the course will then focus on the analysis of topics connected to styling and visual merchandising to understand how a company can enter the virtual world with the luxury and appeal of its brand identity. The final project will be focused on the implementation of an e-commerce website of an existing fashion brand. The expert in internet fashion is a professional figure who looks towards the future.  Faced with the growing demand in the emerging online sales sector, Istituto Marangoni has created a master in digital fashion design to link fashion business with the online world.  Through advanced knowledge of web marketing and of digital media and trends in the international domain, the specialist in digital fashion will develop new strategies intended to promote the image of a brand, in line with the different product and client targets.At the end of the course, professionals have plenty of roles they could undertake in the labor market such as: from managing a web agency to work with magazines’ or fashion companies’ editorial staff reaching vertical ecommerce portals. Other career opportunities include: digital art director, digital brand manager, web fashion designer, customer intelligence manager, online store manager, web visual merchandising, web marketing specialist and social network coordinator.... [-]

Master in Fashion Product & Production Management

Istituto Marangoni
Campus 1 year

Imagination, creativity, then commercial actuality of a product: or rather the art to turn dreams into reality through new ideas, new processes and new technologies. The [+]

The course

The master’s dedicated to product & production management offers the instruments for the understanding and management of technical problems, technology, organisation and economics tied to the production process of the fashion product. The course will develop the knowledge and ability to manage all the variables relative to the planning of new fashion products within an organization, responding to technological changes and product innovation. The fashion product manager mqkes the ideas and concepts of design concrete, transforming creativity into a valid commercial proposal. From the initial idea through to final production, they supervise the proceedings of the entire project and are responsible for the organization and activating protocols in guarantees, aimed at certifying the quality of the products. The professional also selects the methodologies for the realization of company reporting in different negotiating phases, while simultaneously managing prototypes, analyses and processes. The product manager is a professional figure that looks to the future. Challenged by the growing demand of new profiles in the sector of new digital media, Istituto Maragoni has created a master’s designed to link the business of fashion with the web. The fashion product manager usually manages a specific product or line of products. In the course of their career within an company they specialize in a specific area of the Italian or International industry foreseeing forthcoming scenarios in which to work.... [-]

Master in Fashion Styling & Portfolio

Istituto Marangoni
Campus 1 year

The success of a brand is linked above all to the image: everything speaks about the brand, from the tone of a photo shoot to the organisation of a show, from the display in a store or showroom to relations with the press. Stylists are involved in each step of [+]

The Course The master’s in fashion styling & portfolio is intended to grant the students advanced knowledge and develop a broad range of abilities in the field of fashion styling and fashion photography, promoting originality and autonomy while working to respond to the changing needs of the fashion industry. The exhaustive study of existing and emerging technology in the contemporary fashion industry is aimed at the development of the independent personal research of the student. The stylist has the job of bringing value to the communication of fashion products, creating the image. Based on their refined sensitivity, they are able to create style that tells a story about the impact of fashion in everyday life. Their means of expresson are: the editorial pages regarding trends in fashion magazines, the interpretations of fashion products in blogs and online magazines, the creation of image and video collections, the design staff of research offices in style and trends. In addition to the requirement of creativity, fashion stylists have a rich knowledge of the history of fashion, as well as trends, styles and the tastes of modern society. The stylist plays a key role in the success of a fashion collection. These professionals can collaborate with magazines in fashion and style,n design offices design or in offices of Italian and international fashion houses. They may also find work in the creation of catalogues, as well as in image consulting, in offices for research and trend or work with press offices. Learning Outcomes understand the relationship between the theory of photography, its practice and its context; manage images in Photoshop and multimedia; manage a photographic space and choose its location; create photoshoots with models and technical assistants; manage the creative process from an idea to its realization; analyse and describe fashion photographs and their cultural context. Course Themes cultural identity of styling fashion brand creative communication and experimentation creative visualization theory and practice research methods [-]

Master in Fashion Design Womenswear

Istituto Marangoni
Campus 1 year October 2017 France Paris

To design a collection and recognise fabrics is no longer enough to have success in the fashion world. It’s necessary to go deeper: to research, identify styles, create and at the same time predict the most captivating [+]

Part time Masters in Fashion Design in Paris in France. The Course The womenswear fashion design masters degree is dedicated to all those students with specific competences in fashion design and to professionals that wish to expand their knowledge on specific themes. Starting from the study of Women’s fashion design the course will give an in-depth view of the different fashion trends through the evolution of society. Besides the practical study of how to coordinate a women’s fashion collection, the students will acquire also the basic structures of free-hand and digital drawing and the right research tools for identifying trends and contemporary culture. A women’s fashion designer is a precursor of styles: starting from the analysis of the market’s history and of the changes of habits and traditions, he/she is capable of designing a collection responding to the needs and requirements of a contemporary woman. While keeping into consideration production deadlines, expenses and the brand’s image, he/she manages the creation of a new and innovative fashion and accessory collection, giving life to new styles that will influence women’s lifestyles in terms of clothing, fabrics, and accessories. He/she is a professional, very sought-after within the fashion business management. Womenswear Fashion designers can work for his/her fashion brand, cooperate with fashion companies or with consultancy, research or fashion studios. He/she designs fashion and accessory collections, from eyewear to bathing suits, keeping always a close eye on the latest trends. Thanks to his/her knowledge he/she can become a product manager thus managing also the production phase: two extremely important fields for the product’ s development. Learning Outcomes The students graduating from the Womenswear Design Masters Degree will be capable of: Critically evaluate the consumers’, markets’, trends’ needs and requirements, for a specific women’s brand; Perform in-depth research within a widespread context of art and design in relation to the womeswear fashion design industry; Show the improvement of his/her technical and creative skills used to communicate and explain design concepts in a clear and concise way, thus strengthening a given fashion brand’s identity. Evaluate and critically apply theories and techniques for developing new design ideas for the womenswear fashion industry proving his/her creative talent and self management skills.; Perform successfully an independent research; *students who successfully complete the programmes taught in english in paris and london will be awarded with a masters degree by MMU (manchester metropolitan university). masters degrees include a 12/14 weeks work placement. 180 credits points are available in order to gain a masters degree upon successful completion of the course. all candidates should meet specific requirements (please check the website indicating your nationality and study level); for further details please do not hesitate to contact the information office at the chosen campus. **students who successfully complete the programmes taught in milano will be awarded with an istituto marangoni certificate. Course themes Women’s apparel Relationship between design and culture Visual communication and brand identity Research methods Final professional project Locations and Dates London 06 oct 2014 - 29 jan 2016 02 feb 2015 - 27 may 2016 Milan 06 oct 2014 - 05 jun 2015 Paris 06 oct 2014 - 29 jan 2016 [-]

Master in Fashion Design Menswear

Istituto Marangoni
Campus 1 year

The purpose of the Master in Fashion Design Menswear is to train practitioners of menswear collections, ready to interact immediately with the profession and the market, finding a [+]

The Course The Master’s in fashion to develop experts in the design of menswear, explores the disciplines linked to the history of men’s clothing, looks at its subsequent evolution and to the designing of collections that are in line with the development of a particular brand. The students in the course learn to relate to the existing and emerging technologies for production in contemporary fashion manufacture, which stimulates creativity, business practice and the independent skills to respond to the needs connected with contemporary fashion and luxury. The menswear fashion designer is responsible for the research of creative ideas for a collection and the source of inspiration for new trends: developing lines for clothing and fabrics, whilst at the same time using invention, technology, information technology and trends. The designer manages to find a successful balance between design and product, market innovations and marketing. The most important factor: time management, costs and budgets connected to the manufacture. The menswear fashion designer is a highly sought after professional in the world of fashion business management. The graduate can work for private labels or work alongside agencies, design studios or consulting agencies. The designer will be able to design garment collections, from woolens to bathing suits, with an eye for new evolutions in fashion design. Thanks to the abilities acquired, they can work as product managers and manage production, which is a sector of vital importance for the development of fashion designs. Learning Outcomes critically evaluate consumer needs as well as those of the market and trends for a specific menswear brand; carry out extensive research in the context of art and design in relation for the menswear fashion industry; demonstrate the advanced technical and creative processes used to clearly and efficiently communicate the design concept, while reinforcing brand identity; evaluate and critically apply the theories and techniques used in the development of new design proposals for the menswear fashion industry, demonstrating originality and self-management; successfully carry out indipendent research; Course Themes menswear connections between design and culture visual communication and brand identity research methods [-]