Fashion Design (16-18 Year Olds)
This inspirational and practical fashion design course will immerse you in the world of the fashion designer and will help you understand how they undertake the fashion design process. You will be taught all about the fashion design process from research through to drawing, figure work, design and collage...
Taught by: Eve Lin, Zoe Burt.
This inspirational and practical fashion design course will immerse you in the world of the fashion designer and will help you understand how they undertake the fashion design process. You will be taught all about the fashion design process from research through to drawing, figure work, design and collage.
The course includes:
- Design research
- Colour and textile trends
- Basic drawing skills
- Life drawing using collage and mixed media
- Fashion illustration techniques
Beginners. You should have an interest in the subject area and a desire to learn but no previous experience is required.
Your course place is confirmed once you have booked online or via the phone using a credit or debit card. There is no deadline for booking. Places are offered on a first come, first served basis, and all courses have a maximum number of students. We suggest you book early to avoid disappointment.
Eve.Lin, a fashion designer of 'thisisevelin.co.uk', graduated with both BA and MA womenswear degree from Central St. Martin of Arts and Design between 2004-2009. A fashion illustrator of 'the girl who worries too much'. A fashion design researcher of 'madeintaiwan.voyage' in Royal College of Arts. Eve has worked as a fashion entrepreneur since 2010 as well as an international fashion design educator. During the time, she has also worked with fashion labels across the globe from mass production fashion company such as JCPenny, J Crew and M&S to Asia-based fashion company TEXMA corp. collaborated capsule collection.
Zoe Burt has created textile and fashion designs for many clients including No added Sugar, House of Fraser, Converse and MTV, selling textile designs in London, Paris, New York and Tokyo. She has led art projects at The South London Botanical Institute, ACE (the artists community exchange), Dulwich Picture Gallery, The Wandsworth Museum, Bankside Open Spaces Trust and Tate Modern, and with Up-BEAT - a Lambeth based community company devising a fashion project for performance and film.
In order to fully participate in the practical exercises please bring the following materials/equipment to the first class:
- A3 layout pad
- A camera (mobile phone cameras are acceptable)
- Paint brushes
- Pritt Stick
- Paints (water colour, gouache and/or acrylic)
- A bottle of black ink
- Magazines (fashion related or other subjects)
- A2 folio or folder to carry work home (we can make a folio from two pieces of card if required)