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  1. Fashion Artist: Drawing Techniques to Portfolio Presentation (Fashion Design Series) by Sandra Burke, 2003-06
  2. Interior Design Swatch Kit by Textile Fabric Consultants, 2005-01
  3. How Fashion Works: Couture, Ready-to-Wear and Mass Production by Gavin Waddell, 2004-08-20
  4. Rendering Fashion, Fabric and Prints with Adobe Illustrator by M. Kathleen Colussy, Steve Greenberg, 2006-09-25
  5. Introduction to Fashion Design by Patrick John Ireland, Patrick Ireland, 2003-06-30
  6. Essential Fashion Design: Illustration,Theme Boards, Body Coverings, Projects, Portfolios by Janet Boyes, 1999-04
  7. Fashion Design 1800-1940 (Pepin Press Design Books) by Pepin Press, 2004-03-31
  8. Fashioning Fabrics: Contemporary Textiles in Fashion by Elyssa Da Cruz, 2006-07-30
  9. Erte's Fashion Designs by Erte, 1981-11-01
  10. Essential Fashion Illustration by Maite Lafuente, 2006-02-01
  11. Great Fashion Designs of the Seventies Paper Dolls by Tom Tierney, 1996-01-23
  12. Marimekko: Fabrics, Fashion, Architecture (Bard Graduate Centre for Studies in the Decorative Arts, Design & Culture)
  13. Great Fashion Designs of the Sixties Paper Dolls in Full Color: 32 Haute Couture Costumes by Courreges, Balmain, Saint-Laurent and Others by Tom Tierney, 1991-12-12
  14. Fashion Prints: How to Design & Draw by Elisabetta Kuky Drudi, 2008-05-15

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OSSD or equivalent with six Grade 12 U/M courses including English (ENG4U/EAE4U preferred) and one Grade 11 U or M or Grade 12 U Mathematics course (one of MCF3M, MCR3U, MCB4U, MGA4U, MDM4U) with 60 percent or higher in each course, plus non-academic criteria. Although Art/Visual Art is not treated as an academic prerequisite for entry into the Fashion program, it is strongly recommended that if Art courses (e.g. Life and/or Mechanical Drawing and Art History) are offered in the student's secondary school curriculum, they should be pursued. Subject to competition, candidates may be required to present averages/ grades above the minimum. Ryerson will allow the mixing of U, M, and OAC courses as applicable, but comparable courses will not be double-counted. As well, Ryerson will not accept the "out of school" component of Grade 12 U/M co-op courses for admission consideration. Applicants must state their intended option (Fashion Design or Fashion Communication) at the time of application and will be required to submit a portfolio which provides evidence of versatility and creative awareness. Portfolio and academic performance will be used in the admissions selection process. Further information regarding the portfolio will be sent to the applicant by the

62. Fashion Design And Merchandising Information
Useful for information about textiles. AccuNet/AP Multimedia Archive Useful forlocating biographical information about fashion designers.
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RESEARCH NEWS N E W COURSE BIBLIOGRAPHIES ! Find articles with different views on Fashion subjects Try a Search: fashion or alpaca FindArticles Clothing and Textiles Rsearch Journa l now available on line via ITAA database Fulltext available Remote access via proxy login.
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63. SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY- Clothing And Textiles
This course is a continuation of Basic fashion design. of various trends,ethnic costumes, works of famous fashion designers Science of Textile Care

64. Undergraduate Majors: Fashion Design
THE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING textiles nontraditional materials such metal,rubber and cardboard. Click here to visit the fashion design Program web site
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Fashion Design
The world of fashion is fast-paced, hectic, creative and exciting. Graduates pursue careers as designers, technical designers, buyers and merchandisers. Some choose to start their own businesses. Our graduates are known for their accomplishments and talent and recognized with design awards, high-level job placements and accolades from industry leaders.
  • Students use the latest computer-aided design (CAD/CAM) equipment to make production markers and engineer patterns for optimal material use.
    Seminar-abroad programs in London and Florence provide student designers with an international perspective on the fashion industry through a short course that includes travel to fashion capitals.
    New York, Paris and Seoul have hosted events featuring the work of our fashion majors. Students regularly garner praise and impressive industry awards. Jay Mc Carroll won $5,000 and a trip to Korea in an international design competition; Amanda Bloomrose won a contest to design and produce a garment for Liz Claiborne.
    Our annual Design X Show encourages students to push the boundaries of conventional fashion by creating designs made with non-traditional materials such metal, rubber and cardboard.

65. Index.html
Information on textiles, fashion design, and a gallery of projects.
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66. Philadelphia University's School Of Engineering & Textiles Faculty
Assistant Professor, textiles BS, fashion Institute of Technology AssociateProfessor, fashion design BFA, Moore College of Art and design. 215951-2665
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Herbert J. Barndt
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B.S., Georgia Institute of Technology
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Associate Professor, Textile Design
B.S., Huddersfield Polytechnic
M.A., Leicester Polytechnic

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67. Extended Education - Certificate Programs
ART 204, fashion design Flat Pattern I, 4 Units. ART 208, textiles, 4 Units.ART 304, fashion design Flat Pattern II, 4 Units
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Extended Ed. Website Cal State L.A. Website The Department of Art offers a 42-unit certificate program in Fashion Design which prepares individuals for career positions in fashion design. The program includes technical methods and creative concepts including apparel construction, flat pattern, draping, and tailoring techniques. Basic textile information and art fundamentals are required. Additional electives, chosen by the student, complete the program. Certificate Requirements
A total of 42 quarter units: 30 in required courses and 12 in electives. Upon completion of course requirements, students earn a certificate in Fashion Design. Required Courses (30 units) ART 103 Two-Dimensional Art Fundamentals 4 Units ART 106 Apparel Construction I 3 Units ART 108 Apparel Construction II 3 Units ART 204 Fashion Design: Flat Pattern I 4 Units ART 208 Textiles 4 Units ART 304 Fashion Design: Flat Pattern II 4 Units ART 459 Advanced Fashion Design Processes 4 Units Elective Courses (12 units required) ART 203 Advanced Two-Dimensional Art 4 Units ART 206 Fashion Merchandising Concepts 4 Units ART 302 Social Aspects of Fashion 4 Units ART 333 Color 4 Units ART 384 Computers in Fashion Design 4 Units ART 386 Computers in Textiles 4 Units ART 469 Historic Textiles 4 Units

68. The Textile Department At UMIST, Manchester For Fashion, Retailing, Design, Mana
The Textile Department at UMIST in Manchester including design,technology,marketing, retail and management.

69. Fashion Design And Merchandising Curricular Guide
Two curricula are shown fashion design and fashion Merchandising. FDM 241or 2423 textiles/Textile Product Testing, FDM 452-3 Professional Practices
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Fashion Design and Merchandising
As part of its transition to the Department of Architecture and Interior Design, the Fashion Design and Merchandising curriculum has been redeveloped. The Undergraduate Catalog lists the FDM programs on page 393. The curricula shown here are more current than the printed information from the Undergraduate Catalog. Two curricula are shown: Fashion Design and Fashion Merchandising Core Curriculum course requirements must also be met per university and program requirements. Some courses may be taken in multiple semesters, as indicated below. For example, FDM 121/331/431/332-3 are shown in multiple locations in the curricula. Here is the listing for these four courses: FDM 121-3 Fashion Illustration FDM 331-3 Historic Clothing - Western Cultures FDM 332-3 History of Western Costume: 1860-present FDM 431-3 Ethnic Dress
Four-Year Curriculum in Fashion Design
Year 1 Fall Semester Spring Semester FDM 101 or 462-3 Careers in Fashion/Fashion Motivation FDM 102 or 341-3 Basic Principles of Clothing Design/Fashion Product Analysis FDM 111-3 Fashion Production I FDM 112-3 Fashion Production II FDM 121/331/431/332-3 MATH 108-3 College Algebra SPCM 101-3 Speech Communication Select 3 - Core: Social Science ENG 101-3 English Composition I ENG 102-3 English Composition II Year 2

70. Cañada College Fashion Design Department
Fash 110, Principles of design. 3.0. Fash 113, textiles Fash 165, designInspiration. 1.0. Fash 150, History of fashion
Certificates Option A: Technical (Apparel Industry Oriented) This certificate is designed to prepare students with skills required for the rapidly changing apparel industry. Technology has been infused into the curriculum with computer-aided design. This training can lead to jobs as designers, assistant designers, pattern makers, production managers, graders and other related positions. Industry specialists act as special advisors to the department and the teaching faculty bring experience and specialized knowledge into the classroom. Core Courses Title Units Fash 123 Introduction to the Fashion Industry Fash 118 Beginning Flat Pattern Fash 115 Intermediate Clothing Construction Fash 110 Principles of Design Fash 113 Textiles Fash 195 Portfolio Development Fash 164 Fashion Illustration Fash 180 Computerized Pattern Design Fash 163 Manual Pattern Grading Fash 178 Computer Pattern Grading Fash 175 Advanced Illustration Electives: (Select six units) Fash 166 Fashion Entrepreneurship Fash 110 Beginning Clothing Construction Fash 111 Techniques of Fit Fash 165 Design Inspiration Fash 150 History of Fashion Coop 672 Cooperative Educucation Internship
Certificate course work can be completed as a full-time student in two years. Courses can be taken on a full- or part-time basis during the day or in the evening.

71. Preview: Design, Textiles To Present ‘Collection IV: Art To Wear’ Fa
design, textiles to Present ‘Collection IV Art to Wear’ fashion Show WhoSponsored by NC State’s College of textiles and College of design.
April 11, 2005 Events at NC State University
For use by the media as calendar-of-events items or for information What Who: When: Thursday, April 21, 2005, at 8 p.m. Where: Kamphoefner Hall lower courtyard, which is located between Brooks and Kamphoefner halls off Pullen Road on the NC State campus. For directions to the College of Design, visit the Web Cost: Free and open to the public. Contact: Sherry McIntyre , College of Design, 919/515-8311; or Emily Parker , College of Textiles, 919/515-6529. This site maintained by NC State University News Services
(919) 515-3470 or North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC 27695

72. CCSF Fashion Department Course
Analysis contemporary fashion design as influenced by historic styles. design and weaving of textiles using 4 harness floor looms.
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Credit Classes Non Credit Classes FASH 15A - Clothing Study 1 (3)
A beginning course utilizing basic principles and concepts in the clothing field. Emphasis on skills and techniques, pattern analysis, selection, fitting and construction processes. Students will construct 2-3 garments.
* Sewing and structure at Evans campus utilizing Juki industrial machines and Wolf dress forms. FASH 15B - Clothing Study 2 (3)
Prereq: FASH 15A
Elements of garment construction using advanced clothing construction methods and techniques; pattern alterations, couturier patterns and custom finishes. Techniques for sewing hard-to-handle fabrics and stretch knits. Use of serger for construction of garments. Students will construct a garment utilizing techniques from class.
* Sewing, structure and patternmaking at Evans campus utilizing Juki industrial machines and Wolf dress forms. FASH 22 - Textile Analysis (3)
Analysis of natural and man-made fibers, fabric construction and special finishes; characteristics that determine use, performance and care; innovations in the textile field, dyes, printing processes and fabric tests.

73. CCSF Catalog Consumer Arts And Sciences
Analysis of contmeporary fashion design as influenced by historic styles. CSU design and weaving of textiles using 4 harness floor looms.

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74. College Of Human Ecology
Seminar in fashion textiles. fashion design, fashion Illustration fashion designI Art fashion design Study in fashion design

75. Artifact: Directory
University of Wolverhampton, this online tool is described as a web linkspackage . Covering 3D design, fashion and textiles, fine art, UKResource

76. Fashion Design; Designer Fashion; Designer Textiles; Fashion And Textile Design;
Frances Anderson fashion Textile design exclusive fashion knitwear designsfrom Northumbria for every occasion.
Home Sources of Inspiration Catalogue Accessories ... Item 3 -Details A bold and contemporary range of clothing and accessories for both men and women using innovative fabrics, textures and patterns inspired by the natural beauty of Northumbria
The collection includes knitwear, hand printed garments and accessories with hand-worked details. Buy/order from stock or individual commissions undertaken. P rices in the catalogue Cash with order

Frances Anderson (BA Hons)Tel +44 (0) 166 560 6603 E-Mail: Frances Anderson Web Page Design Antony Anderson

77. Heriot-Watt University - Undergraduate Course: E4NM Textiles And Fashion Design
textiles and fashion design Management. Students develop skills in fashionand textile design underpinned by marketing, economics and design management.
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Textiles and Fashion Design Management
UCAS Code Duration 4 years BA (Hons) (Route B) Entry Requirements click here
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The Course
The course is one in which a management programme is integrated with creative studies. With the globalisation of textiles and fashion, many employers now demand flexible graduates with a breadth of design knowledge and an ability to manage design strategies. The main focus is commercial design and the ability to appraise creative ideas within a business context. The course produces a broadly based design professional who can competently address the design process and manage design within a range of organisations.
First Year
Students develop skills in fashion and textile design underpinned by marketing, economics and design management.
Second Year
Disciplines are developed through projects, which extend the student's creative and problem solving powers, and develop the ability to present work in a professional manner. Fashion and textile production techniques are included in the above as well as a continuing programme of CAD skills.
Third Year
The third year allows students opportunities to follow alternative pathways e.g styling and promotion.

78. Marist College - Fashion: Design Major
The fashion design major trains students to create apparel for various markets Students develop skills in design, textiles, draping and flat pattern

Fashion Design Major
Portfolio Requirements Careers In Fashion Fashion Internships ... Faculty The Fashion Design major trains students to create apparel for various markets considering creative, technical and cost factors. Students develop skills in design, textiles, draping and flat pattern making, garment construction and computer-aided design. In their senior year, students design and execute a collection under the guidance of a professional designer to be shown at the annual Silver Needle Fashion Show. Junior design students participate in a design competition sponsored by local retailer, Amazing Threads. Each year's competition has a different theme that the students research and on which they base their design. Previous year's themes include "Great Cities of Europe," "Regions of the United States," and "Heavenly Bodies." Students wishing to study fashion design @ Marist must submit a portfolio of original work. Portfolio requirements may change at the discretion of the Program Director. Contact
Richard Kramer

79. BFA With A Major In Fashion Design
ART 3140, History of fashion1 3. SMHM 2650, textiles 3. Minor17 3 ART 2140,fashion design Advanced Industrial Sewing Techniques15 3
Major in Fashion Design
Following is one suggested four-year degree plan. Students are encouraged to see an adviser each semester for help with program decisions and enrollment.
BFA with a Major in Fashion Design (.pdf) BFA with a Major in Fashion Design
Note: The order of semesters and summer terms has been changed from the print version to accommodate the one-column format of HTML publishing. A conventional Four-Year Plan is available in the .pdf file.
FALL HOURS ART 1200, Art Appreciation 3 ART 1440, Design I 3 ART 1500, Drawing I 3 ENGL 1310, College Writing I 3 ART 2000, Introduction to Fashion Design Total 15
SUMMER I HOURS Free Elective or Computer Competence Requirement ECON 1110, Principles of Macroeconomics Total 6
FALL HOURS ART 2350, Art History Survey I ART 2240, Fabric Design I or ART 2950, Weaving I 3 ART 3160, Fashion Drawing I 3 ENGL 2210, World Literature I 3 ART 2120, Fashion Design I Total 15
FALL HOURS ART 3120, Fashion Design III

80. BFA With A Major In Fashion Design
Prior to enrolling in upperlevel fashion design classes, students will be SMHM 2490, Introduction to fashion Merchandising; SMHM 2650, textiles;
Major in Fashion Design
Following is one suggested four-year degree plan. Students are encouraged to see an adviser each semester for help with program decisions and enrollment.
BFA with a Major in Fashion Design (.pdf) BFA with a Major in Fashion Design
Note: The order of semesters and summer terms has been changed from the print version to accommodate the one-column format of HTML publishing. A conventional Four-Year Plan is available in the .pdf file.
FALL HOURS ART 1200, Art Appreciation 3 ART 1440, Design I 3 ART 1500, Drawing I 3 ART 2000, Introduction to Fashion Design ENGL 1310, College Writing I Total 15
FALL HOURS ART 2120, Fashion Design I ART 2240, Fabric Design I or ART 2950, Weaving I 3 ART 2350, Art History Survey I ART 3160, Fashion Drawing I 3 ENGL 2210, World Literature I Total 15
FALL HOURS ART 3120, Fashion Design III 3 ART 3140, History of Fashion SMHM 2490, Introduction to FashionMerchandising 3 Laboratory Science Minor Total 15-16
FALL HOURS ART 4440, Fashion Design V

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