Course - Overview

Mapping fashion trends, juggling dynamic challenges in style scenarios and using

visualization for a unique creative voice are the core elements of this program. Students

learn to understand, conceptualize and articulate visual information using fresh ideas and

relevant technological skills and platforms. After an initial exposure in basic art and design

elements for visualization and self-expression, they are given deeper insights into fashion,

society and culture through a study of art and history. Thereafter, they can choose an area

from the offered electives of Editorial and Commercial Styling, New Media Styling, Personal

Styling or Visual Merchandising, for a specialization.

Curriculum

Foundation (Ideate: Fundamentals of Art and Design)

It introduces a student to the process of design thinking and eases them into the design discipline(s) of their choice.

Fashion Cultures and Historical Studies – I

It focuses on the understanding and critical analyses of the perspectives on cultural and historical theory. It focuses on fashion eras, fashion icons, and the major players of the fashion industry. Along with this, students learn make-up and hair design skills as well.

Concepts of Fashion Styling – I

It engages the student to learn about aesthetic principles in the fashion domain and its elements to meet formative or constructive value objectives and create products that satisfy new-age fashion requirements. Simultaneously, students learn about Fashion Photography as well.

Fashion Cultures and Historical Studies – II

This module stresses on evolving major fashion trends, identifying trends early-on, and understanding the upward and downward movement of trends. Students are also educated in the art of make-up and hair design.

Concepts of Fashion Styling – II

This module provides the students with advanced knowledge of how to direct a fashion shoot, along with the complexities of fashion photography.

Fashion Visualisation

This module gives participants the required computer application skills to adopt optimal design and learning methodologies.

Professional Practice

This module aims to understand the nuances of an existing or emerging brand concerning fashion styling & identity in commerce, business, and customer experience.

Editorial Styling (Elective)

It aims at enhancing skills to perceive and execute successful editorial shoots and look books.

Commercial Styling (Elective)

This module aims to teach the nuances of styling involved in the TV and film industry, along with print advertisements and theatre costumes.

New Media Styling (Elective)

It emphasises on e-styling and its importance in image building for brands, designers, bloggers, publications, and fashion set-ups.

Personal Styling (Elective)

This module focuses on analysing, reviewing, and discussing different body types in co-relation with body correction and enhancement.

Final Project

This project is a cohesive amalgamation of well-researched and creative expressions, encompassing all the learning involved in the previous semesters.

Students' Work

Have a glance at some of the stellar work executed by our students.

Faculty

An Italian origin fashion designer, he has lived and studied out of England which helped him develop an eclectic signature, accuracy for details, and a new-age approach to design. His curiosity and aptitude to learn about the various facets of design have allowed him to win two prestigious competitions, namely the 2003 Award as the "Young Designer Of The Year" in Bristol and the 2008 Award of being an "Emerging Talent In Rome.

Career Path

Our 360° comprehensive learning-based model opens up multiple avenues and opportunities for students.

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  • Fashion Editorial Stylist

  • Stylist for a Magazine

  • Commercial Stylist

  • E-commerce Stylist

  • Costume Stylist for TV and Film

  • Personal Stylist

  • Spatial Stylist

  • Visual Merchandiser

  • Public Relations Manager

  • Stylist for Events

  • Brand Stylist

  • Wedding and Trousseau Stylist