Fashion Portfolio Development Full Class (Miami)
Please note, this course is being taught at the 4th Floor Workspace in the Midtown Five building located at 125 NE 32nd St. Miami, FL 33137.
Fashion Portfolio Development is an introductory course into all things fashion design. It is perfect for people who are thinking of applying to a design school that requires a portfolio interview or for those who just want to learn more about fashion in general. The course is a total of 32 hours divided into 2 hour classes. Students will be given a set of 4 Prismacolor markers, a watercolor palate, a brush tip marker, and a protective binder in which to keep their sketches. At the end of their course, students will also be given a bound and printed copy of their sketches and inspiration board along with the digital files.
Each class is taught by designer and Project Runway All Star, Kate Pankoke. Learn more about Kate on the About Us page.
This course is for the student’s own personal development. It focuses on women’s fashion design.
This course covers four key aspects of fashion design (Fashion Illustration, Fabric Print Design, Pattern Development, Garment Construction) culminating in an impressive portfolio and a completed garment.
Fashion Portfolio Development Syllabus: This course is for the student’s own personal development. It focuses on women’s fashion design. This course covers four key aspects of fashion design (Fashion Illustration, Fabric Print Design, Pattern Development, Garment Construction) culminating in an impressive portfolio and a completed garment.
Fashion Illustration: In class sketching and demonstrations, Painting and coloration techniques, Croqui (Fashion Figure) development, Drawing Faces
Final Assignment: One complete collection (9-10 designs), inspiration page, color palate, title page
Fabric Print Design: Final Assignment: Develop 2 fabric samples (one abstract and one nature-inspired) and three designs to accompany each sample.
Pattern Development: Each student will learn the basics of pattern development. Final Assignment: Design an outfit (top and bottom or dress), Develop a pattern for this outfit.
Basic Construction: Students will use their pattern that they have made to construct their garment for their final assignment.
Muslin is provided, but students are responsible for choosing and purchasing the fabric and notions for their final garment.
Classes are held on Tuesdays and Thursdays in these intervals:
There are limited spots available per time slot. This course is a total of 16 lessons.
If you are interested in registering for this class, please complete the following form and someone will contact you to set up your personalized schedule.
Please note, you do not need to register for the same day/time slot each week.
The success of the student’s portfolio is entirely dependent on the student’s desire to learn and succeed.
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