FGI Scholarship Student Guidelines

FGI Scholarship Project Guidelines 2016

The following are guidelines established to help you during this FGI Scholarship process.  The judges will follow these guidelines when reviewing your application and projects and have been instructed to follow the 2016 forms exactly.  Should you not have paperwork that states 2016 on them, please contact your professor or department head immediately since requirements might have changed from previous years.

Notes:

  • The essay should be no more than 300 words and should contain a brief description of each of the three projects
  • You must have three projects submitted to qualify for any of the three (3) possible $1,000 scholarships
  • The projects can be a professionally completed assignment/project/or paper completed in the last two academic years
  • One of the three projects can be a freelance/work/or internship related; if completed with in the two year academic timeline
  • Each project can be independent of one another
  • If chosen as a winner, the items must be presented in a professional manner and identified by title or description for the RTW event to be held on December 8, 2016.

The following list includes, but is not limited to, the possible project submissions for any or all categories.

Fashion Merchandising/Marketing:

  • Trend/Story/Mood Boards
  • Six Month Merchandising Plan
  • Quality Analysis Report
  • Assortment Plans
  • Historical Costume Analysis
  • Leadership role in a fashion coordination event
  • Product Development Project
  • Visual Merchandising Project
  • Designer Portfolio
  • Small Business Plan
  • Store Layout and Design

Design:

  • Garment Production (please include completed garment/s)
  • Sketch Portfolio
  • Textile Print Design
  • Accessory Production
  • Trend Board
  • Portfolio
  • Line Development Project
  • Sourcing Project

Costume Design:

  • Garment Production (please include completed garment/s)
  • Sketch Portfolio
  • Story Boards
  • Translation of Story to Costume

 Project Layout

 All applicants should submit all items in the following outline for review by the judges.  Those that do not place their items in the following layout will lose two (2) points from their total:

  • Application with GPA
  • Resume with GPA
  • Cover Letter
  • Portfolio with three (3) Items
  • 300 Word Essay
  • Two Letters of Recommendation (please note that these cannot be from the same organization, institution, or business)
    • One from a Teacher
    • One from a Professional

All FGI St. Louis applicants will receive a certificate of participation in this process.  We will also be sending back the Judges Rubric’s to the professors for awareness.  We feel that it is important for the professors to know how their students scored as well as where there is room for improvement for future applicants.

We wish you all the best of luck and look forward to seeing the amazing work of the 2016 FGI St. Louis Scholarship applicants.

Sincerely,

Lori Coulter & Lynne Wasson, Style & Scholarship Co-Chairs

Check out the link provided: fgi-scholarship-project-guidelines-2016

 

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