Fashion Design - Art
Fall Session: August 25 - December 20
AR 101 Fashion Art and Design
In-state $282 Out-of-state $844.50
Online: In-state $304.50 Out-of-state $867
For Fashion Merchandising Management and Textile Development and Marketing students. Studies basic proportions of the fashion figure, garment details and terminology, and principles of color. (G6: Arts)
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AR 292 Haute Couture Portfolio
In-state $470 Out-of-state $1,407.50
Prerequisite: FF 211 or approval of Fashion Design-Art assistant chairperson
Study the muscular and skeletal functions of the human body and their relationships to the design and creation of haute couture apparel, visualizing how anatomy and aesthetics form the basis of designing a haute couture collection. Become proficient in the translation of ideas via the fashion design sketch and further develop a personal drawing style.
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FF 111 Fashion Art and Design I
In-state $376 Out-of-state $1,126
This course teaches students to understand, analyze, and draw the female fashion figure, front, turned, and back views. Students learn how to communicate their design ideas in a fashion sketch through garment details, silhouettes, and color theory. Acquiring skills in design development sketching enables them to create simple design groups.
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FF 243 Digital Flats and Specs
Prerequisites: FF 241 and (FF 141 or FF 242)
Students learn to create garment specification sheets by integrating manual and digital skills. Digital design techniques and business practices are explored in order to create a presentation of a design collection.