Exploring Your Fashion Design

This is an opportunity, if you are passionate about fashion design, to take advantage of the teaching method that is at the heart of the Central Saint Martins approach - where individuals' own ideas provide the focus. You will expand and explore your individual approach to fashion, however commercial or unconventional, with the focus on research, experimentation and development at every stage of the design process towards whatever conclusion you intend...

Taught by: Anne McCloy.

Description

This is an opportunity, if you are passionate about fashion design, to take advantage of the teaching method that is at the heart of the Central Saint Martins approach - where individuals' own ideas provide the focus. You will expand and explore your individual approach to fashion, however commercial or unconventional, with the focus on research, experimentation and development at every stage of the design process towards whatever conclusion you intend.

Particular emphasis is placed on the discussion of ideas, research and personal objectives. It is not suitable for beginners looking for a structured teaching style, but rather for those who need the space, time and freedom to explore their own creative approach.

Who should take this course?

It is open to anyone putting together a portfolio or to those who simply wish to develop their individual skills.

Entry requirements: None

Level: All levels

Tutor information

Anne McCloy is a Senior Lecturer on the BA Fashion Design at CSM and has also taught on the MA at the RCA. She graduated from CSM BA Womenswear with a First Class Honours and works under the moniker Some Product as a multi platform creative practitioner and consultant in the arts, fashion and music industries.


Materials

Please bring with you to the first session:

  • A3 Layout Pad
  • Charcoal Drawing Sticks
  • Coloured pastels/pencils
  • Pencils
  • Eraser
  • Pritt Stick
  • Scissors
  • Pictures from magazines and other sources that inspire you
  • An idea of who you would like to design for, real or imaginary
  • Sketchbook/ drawing paper.

Details for booking

Alternative Dates and Times

If no dates are showing then please 'Enquire about this course' using the link below and we will contact you when new dates are published.