FD073 Fashion Design Studio 3

6 credit points

Course Code FD073

Subject Outline

 

FD073 Fashion Design Studio 3 (Textile Technology and Design)

Lecturer

Vicky Faire Cutler

Penny Black

Program Director

Nicholas Comino

Co/Pre-requisites

Pre-Requisites:

  • FD070 Fashion Design Studio 1

  • AC007 Computing for Design

  • DN019 Drawing Design Principles and Colour theory

  • GD059 Applied Graphics and Imaging

  • FD072 Fashion Past & Present


Co-Requisites:

  • FD071 Fashion Design Studio 2

  • GD059 Applied Graphics and Imaging

Contact Hours/Week

6

Credit points

6

Self study hours/week

4

Duration

18 weeks

   

 

Subject Description

Students will learn to describe and state the characteristics and properties of various fabric structures and finishes used in the fashion industry. With this knowledge they will explore a range of textile applications and develop pattern design solutions for fabric.

 

Content

Fabric and fibre knowledge including fibre source, fabric construction, decorative and invisible finishes, fabric sourcing, application of fibres, fabrics and finishes to fashion applications. Textile design solutions for fashion.

 

Learning outcomes or Competencies

Successful completion of this assessment provides sufficient evidence of achievement of all the following learning outcomes.

 

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this subject, learners will be able to:

 

1.   Identify characteristics and properties of various fibre classifications

2.   Develop a personal visual design resource

3.   Access textile resources in the fashion industry

4.   Design a garment and sample of fabric application

5.   Demonstrate skills in the application of textile design onto fabric

6.   Apply knowledge about textile and fashion designer’s use of fabric

7.   Experiment and develop creative pattern solutions using drawing techniques

 

Grading criteria

1.    Range and depth of research and presentation.

2.    Understanding and application of fabric knowledge and textile design processes.

3.    Experimentation and creativity

 

Assessment Table

Name/No

Type

Weight %

Week Due

Learning Outcomes

Vicky’s work


All about fabrics

Test of fabric/fibre knowledge from fabric journal done in class.


Visual and written resource on designers use of fibres/fabrics and finishes

Resource project/test

30%

Test Week 12



Research project will be presented to the class in  Week 13

1,2,3,6

Identify characteristics and properties of various fibre classifications


Develop a personal visual design resource


Access textile resources in the fashion industry


Apply knowledge about textile and fashion designer’s use of fabric

Penny’s work


Embellishment techniques

Folder including samples of all work demonstrated in class.

Resource Folder

30%

Week 14

2,3,4,5,6,7

Develop a personal visual design resource


Access textile resources in the fashion industry


Design a garment and sample of fabric application


Demonstrate skills in the application of textile design onto fabric


Apply knowledge about textile and fashion designer’s use of fabric


Experiment and develop creative pattern solutions using drawing techniques

Vicky’s and Penny’s work


Digital print design made into garment and embellished

Sample garment



 

40%

Week 18

(To be presented in class)

1,3,4,5,6,7

Identify characteristics and properties of various fibre classifications


Access textile resources in the fashion industry


Design a garment and sample of fabric application

Demonstrate skills in the application of textile design onto fabric


Apply knowledge about textile and fashion designer’s use of fabric


Experiment and develop creative pattern solutions using drawing techniques

 

Policy

Attendance: When a student's attendance falls below 80% without adequate explanation, their final mark will be automatically limited to, at best, a Pass.


Late submission: All work submitted after the submission deadline will be limited to a maximum of 50% and will not be accepted after the end of the study period unless special circumstances apply.


Plagiarism and Cheating: Any form of cheating, collusion, or plagiarism will be handled in accordance with the Academic Misconduct and Plagiarism Policy found under the Academic Policies on Raffles Policies and Procedure page.
 

A full description of all rules and regulations is available via the student handbook which is available via our web site.

 

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