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What is Fashion design?

Fashion design is actually an artistic discipline that focuses on designing articles of clothes and other accessories that complement a person's way of life.

It can be divided into two categories

  • Haute couture- The haute couture collection is custom-made, and designed for specific clients according to their requirements and size preference.
  • Ready-to-wear-This collection is designed in standard sizes and is designed by large production houses.

Fashion design courses at MGU

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Degree Course:

  • BA in Fashion Designing-BA in fashion designing is a 3-year undergraduate course that focuses on the study and creation of garments, jewellery, luggage, footwear, and other accessories.

Fashion design Diploma courses

  • Diploma in Fashion Designing- It is a one-year diploma course that focuses on teaching all aspects of fashion design to students.
  • Diploma in Animation and Multimedia- This is a one-year diploma course in the field of multimedia and animation. This course focuses on developing illustration, graphic designing, photography, cinematography, 2D & 3D animation, and other related skills among students to enhance their creativity and conceptualizing ability.

How to do Fashion Designer Course?

To pursue a fashion designer course, you need to complete your 12th-grade education or equivalent with any stream from a recognized board of education. And you need to secure a minimum of 50% average marks in your 12th grade.

What are the Latest Indian Wear Trends?

  • Sustainable & eco-friendly fashion-Recently, we have seen various brands coming up with organic, natural, or upcycled fabrics. Even established brands such as Anita Dongre have also launched “Grassroot by Anita Dongre” which use sustainable clothing material such as cotton and silk. With designers infusing moral and environmentally responsible practices into their creations, eco-friendly & sustainable fashion is gaining popularity in India.
  • Traditional techniques to contemporary designs-Indian designers are infusing traditional techniques such as zardozi, mirror work, chikankari, and bandhani into modern designs. The blend of traditional with distinctive style is attracting Indian customers to follow this fashion trend.
  • Usage of colors- Unlike last year, we can see a mixed approach to the usage of colors. We can see the usage of more bright and bold colors throughout the year. We’ll see black color, Gothicism, and grunge influences. And if we talk about the color of the year, Viva Magenta is the Pantone color of the year 2023. In warmer months, we can see the trends of more earthy and natural shades.
  • Experimental silhouettes-Indian designers are pushing the limits of conventional cuts and shapes, which has resulted in an important trend for 2023: experimental silhouettes. Exaggerated sleeves, unorthodox draping, and asymmetrical and oversized pieces are examples of this.
  • Pockets- Cargo pants, skirts, denim, and jackets with trending and strategically designed pockets will be on the trend. Brands such as Louis Vuitton, channel, and Burberry are using pockets in many of their designs.
  • Chunky accessories-Big, statement chunky accessories are also a new fashion design trend in India. In 2023, we’ll be seeing people wearing a lot of accessories such as big bags, bangles, neckpieces, etc.
  • Innerwear as outerwear-Exposing lacy or sheer innerwear under a shirt, dress, or oversized tee is another emerging fashion trend around the world. On different occasions, you must have spotted Rihanna wearing one such outfit.

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Why Mansarovar Global University is the Best Choice to Pursue Fashion Design Course

  • A Pop-up shop fashion show was organized by fashion students that give them practical exposure to organizing an event and featuring their collection
  • We at Mansarovar Global University also offer a student exchange program and joint learning modules facility which expose students to the global community.
  • The fashion design course curriculum at our university will teach you designing ideas, sketching, and color theory and will also guide you on how to use technology to enhance your design. The course is crafted keeping in mind to offer practical and theoretical learning to the students.
  • Students will also receive exposure to participate in public exhibitions and events.
  • This is a renowned university in Bhopal to study fashion management courses.

Final words,

Fashion designers take inspiration from the past and with a little twist they bring new fashion trends every year. And as a fashion aspirant, you need to stay updated with these trends. And by joining the best colleges for fashion designing you will stay updated with the latest fashion trends and will be able to enhance your creative and technical understanding of the fashion industry.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are the 3 types of fashion?

    Haute couture, ready-to-wear, and Mass market are 3 types of fashion.

  • What is the diploma in multimedia and animation course fees at MGU?

    The total fee for a diploma in multimedia and animation course is 40,000.

  • What are the career opportunities available for BA in fashion design graduates?

    After completing BA in fashion design you can work as a fashion journalist, illustrator, fashion photographer, jewellery designer, merchandiser, knitwear designer, stylist, textile designer, fashion designer, etc.

  • What are the top recruitment areas for fashion designers in India?

    Fashion designers in India are employed by garment manufacturing units, textile mills, leather companies, fashion show management companies, fashion media houses, export houses, fashion houses, etc.

  • What is the syllabus of the BA fashion design course?

    The subject included in the syllabus of the fashion design course are as follows-

    • Color mixing
    • Elements of textiles
    • Apparel construction methods
    • Fashion studies
    • Fashion illustration and design
    • Leather designing
    • Manufacturing technology
    • Textile science
    • Surface development techniques