^Is that the one in San Francisco? I was just going to say that they have home courses, and it seems to be a pretty good school. I think its only in Fashion Merchandising though.
Yeah it's the one in San Francisco. I got accepted into the school, but sadly I cannot fly over there. I really wanted to take some fashion journalism classes just to practice writing about runway collections.
I have this book called "Ilustración de Moda. Dibujo Plano". It's in Spanish, but that's not a problem because it contains only a few words, it's mostly composed by draws. It's for beginners and it only features separates (kind of croquis), and techniques (pleats,drapes, etc...) but it's still OK to learn the basics. Really cheap 25€.
thought i'd revive this thread
i'm looking for a fashion design course in paris to go this summer. trouble is, i only found programs taking place in june or july and i can only go to paris in august and september.
anyone has any suggestions?
Does anyone know if this a good school? I am thinking about transferring there this summer for their online program.
The fashion program is quite strong. The students show at NYFW which I don't think the other schools (FIT, Parsons) are able to do. I went here, but not for the fashion program. I've been happy with my education.
I really want to learn fashion design however, after looking into this thread the only way for me to get a degree in fashion design is online (considering I'm suck in a place with NO art school of any type in range). I keep seeing the academy of art, sf as the place to get a degree online but its really expensive! I don't think I can even get financial aid since I already exhausted it at my formal college of nearly 5 years. In any case I'm going to talk to their financial person today but I doubt I'd get any (I'm already 20k in debt).
So with that, I was wondering in the event I don't go to a fashion school what books do I buy to study fashion design? What areas do I need to know like color, history,pattern making, etc....I have a sewing machine and have a book on sewing but that's it. I'm fairly good at drawing as well albeit I haven't tried fashion illustrations. Basically to sum it up, what's the poor man's guide to fashion design?