2015 FASHION WEEK NEXT GENERATION
FASHION DESIGN COMPETITION
The deadline for submissions have been extended to Thursday, September 10th to accommodate some of the schools resuming after Labor Day.
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Exploring with indigo, shibori, sashiko and ikat textile design methods
Introduction to weaving on a harness loom and soari weaving techniques
*Students will design a final piece using their original fabric*
The course meets for 12 weeks, on Friday’s from 9am to 2pm; starting September 18th, in College of DuPage’s Fashion Studies program’s new Textile Design lab.
The cost of the Fashi 2820-001 Introduction to Dying and Weaving, a 2 credit hour course is $280. To register, contact the instructor, Sharon Scalise at firstname.lastname@example.org or 630-942-2619 for a permit and additional and course information.
Do you love to create? In VISUAL MERCHANDISING I, you will experience creative and technical approaches to window and interior store display! You will also explore standard and innovative techniques in a hands-on environment. Learn core skills of the elements and principles of design!
COURSE NUMBER: FASHI 1620-001
START DATE: August 26th, 2015
TIME: Wednesdays from 9am – 2pm
Contact SHARON SCALISE at email@example.com for further information!
Need a permit for the class — contact Sharon immediately
Contact Sharon Scalise at firstname.lastname@example.org for permits to register. If you have personal sewing experience and are interested in starting Fashion 1301 Flat Pattern I or Fashion 2201 Draping this fall. Please email Sharon for an appointment to evaluate your skills.
Merchandising students interested in Fashi 1620 Visual Merchandising and are enrolled in Fashi 1105 Design Principles or have scheduling problems with the prerequisite, can contact Sharon Scalise for a permit to register.