Mar 28, 2023
ATM 388 - Advanced Fashion Design
Fundamental concepts of flat pattern and draping design theories and techniques. Design and execution of draped and flat patterned samples and garment structures will be required. Includes translation of garment ideas from conception through production and merchandising. May be repeated up to 6 credits.
Prerequisite: ATM 280 or TH 261 and admission to the apparel, textiles and merchandising major or minor or the apparel design minor or permission of the instructor.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
- Apply the elements and principles of design in producing apparel
- Identify construction terminology and techniques
- Write garment specifications, draft a pattern, develop prototype sample, and evaluate product
- Identify design options for using pattern, fabric, and construction for differing body types
- Identify the relationship between designing and merchandising
- Develop critical evaluation skills
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