Behind the Scenes Sneak Peek!

Preparing COD Fashion for the Runway!

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Prepping Publications for Dimensions Fashion Show!

Get Your Tickets Now!

Come see what the emerging designers have created this year!

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Getting Ready for the Runway at COD!

Mark Your Calendars!

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DIMENSIONS FASHION SHOW MAY 12TH

Come join our talented Fashion Design students showcase their original designs in our annual Spring Fashion Show.   Featuring up cycled  Bridal Gowns and the Fall 17 Peach Carr Challenge winners

Friday May 12, 2017 7:30pm

College of DuPage Student Resource Center Room 2000

Tickets are available at: http://purchase.tickets.com/buy/TicketPurchase?orgid=50389&pid=8410484

Adults: $15.   Students with ID $10.   Youth under 17 $5.

need more information: contact Program Coordinator Sharon Scalise at cod.edu

Fashion Classes at College of Dupage – Summer 2017

FASHION STUDIES AT COLLEGE OF DUPAGE – FALL 2017

Start your Fashion Design or Fashion Merchandising class, certificate or degree this coming Fall starting on August 22 and ending December 16, 2017.  Contact Sharon Scalise at scalise@cod.edu or Lisa Horvatin at horvatinl@cod.edu for information about how to get started, or finish your degree.

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
9-11:50am

2231-001

Fashion

Merch

S Scalise

SRC1005

9-11:50am

1201-001

Clothing

Cons I

V Oboikovitz

SRC1009

9am-2:50pm

1115-001

Fashion Illustration

J Harling

SRC1005

9-11:50am

1201-001

Clothing

Cons I

V Oboikovitz

SRC1009

9am-1:50pm

1620-002

Visual Merchandising

J Lezan

SRC1005

9am-2:50pm

1201-HYB01

1202-HYB01

Cloth Con I

Cloth Con II

*starts 9/16

12 weeks

E Hetlund

SRC1009

  1-4:50pm

1105-001

Design Principles

E Stevens

SRC1005

  1-3:50pm

1500

History of Costume I

Scalise

SRC1005

9am-2:50pm

2205-001

Bridal and Couture Techniques

SRC1009

ONLINE

Courses:

1-3:50pm

2630-001

Fashion

Stylist

J. Lezan

SRC1005

 

1-3:50pm

1301-001

Flat Pattern II

V Oboikovitz

SRC 1008

  1-3:50pm

1301-001

Flat Pattern II

V Oboikovitz

SRC 1008

  1180-NET01 Business Practices for the Fashion

Entrepreneur

Starts

9/12/17

L Mayorga

  6-8:50pm

2301-001

Draping

P. Powell

SRC1008

 

 

  6-8:50pm

2301-001

Draping

P.Powell

SRC1008

 

  1151-NET01

Principles of Textiles

Starts 8/21/17

S Scalise

6-8:50pm

1202-001

Cloth

Cons II

E Hetlund

SRC1009

 

6-8:50pm

1301-001

Flat Pattern I

S Vendetta

SRC1005

6-8:50pm

1202-001

Cloth

Cons II

E Hetlund

SRC1009

 

6-8:50pm

1301-001

Flat Pattern I

S Vendetta

SRC1005

   
    7-9:50pm

2235-001

Apparel Quality

E Stevens

SRC1005

6-9:40pm

2231-002

Fashion Merch

Starts 9/14

12 weeks

MAC260

S Scalise

 

 

   

 

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Fall 2017 schedule – register now!

FASHION STUDIES AT COLLEGE OF DUPAGE – FALL 2017

Start your Fashion Design or Fashion Merchandising class, certificate or degree this coming Fall starting on August 22 and ending December 16, 2017.  Contact Sharon Scalise at scalise@cod.edu or Lisa Horvatin at horvatinl@cod.edu for information about how to get started, or finish your degree.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
9-11:50am

2231-001

Fashion

Merch

S Scalise

SRC1005

9-11:50am

1201-001

Clothing

Cons I

V Oboikovitz

SRC1009

9am-2:50pm

1115-001

Fashion Illustration

J Harling

SRC1005

9-11:50am

1201-001

Clothing

Cons I

V Oboikovitz

SRC1009

9am-1:50pm

1620-002

Visual Merchandising

J Lezan

SRC1005

9am-2:50pm

1201-HYB01

1202-HYB01

Cloth Con I

Cloth Con II

*starts 9/16

12 weeks

E Hetlund

SRC1009

1-4:50pm

1105-001

Design Principles

E Stevens

SRC1005

1-3:50pm

1500

History of Costume I

Scalise

SRC1005

9am-2:50pm

2205-001

Bridal and Couture Techniques

SRC1009

ONLINE

Courses:

1-3:50pm

2630-001

Fashion

Stylist

J. Lezan

SRC1005

1-3:50pm

1301-001

Flat Pattern II

V Oboikovitz

SRC 1008

1-3:50pm

1301-001

Flat Pattern II

V Oboikovitz

SRC 1008

1180-NET01 Business Practices for the Fashion

Entrepreneur

Starts

9/12/17

L Mayorga

6-8:50pm

2301-001

Draping

P. Powell

SRC1008

6-8:50pm

2301-001

Draping

P.Powell

SRC1008

1151-NET01

Principles of Textiles

Starts 8/21/17

S Scalise

6-8:50pm

1202-001

Cloth

Cons II

E Hetlund

SRC1009

6-8:50pm

1301-001

Flat Pattern I

S Vendetta

SRC1005

6-8:50pm

1202-001

Cloth

Cons II

E Hetlund

SRC1009

6-8:50pm

1301-001

Flat Pattern I

S Vendetta

SRC1005

7-9:50pm

2235-001

Apparel Quality

E Stevens

SRC1005

6-9:40pm

2231-002

Fashion Merch

Starts 9/14

12 weeks

MAC260

S Scalise

Attention Fashion Design students: Dimension Fashion Show Garment Submission Info

 How to Enter Garments into the Fashion Show
Jury Fashion Show Date:  Monday, May 1, 7:30pm
Dimensions Fashion Show Date: Friday, May 12, noon and 7:30pm
Garment Submission Date:
Thursday, April 20, 5pm in SRC 1009
Thursday, May 4, 5pm in SRC1009
Jury Show Information:  We strongly encourage you to enter the jury show.  It is a chance to win recognition for your work and to receive valuable feedback from industry professionals.  To enter the jury show, you must be a student within the Fashion Studies program and submit at least 3 original garments/looks that you have designed, patterned, and sewn.  The garment you enter should be your best work.  The judges will be scoring your work based on their impressions of the creativity, marketability and construction of the pieces.  The judges will have the opportunity to examine garments before and during the jury show.
Main Show Information: Any Fashion Design student can present a garment in the main show.  It must be a garment you have sewn yourself, from your own pattern or a commercial pattern.  You need to submit 1 Designer Info Sheet (available in SRC1009) and a selfie for the program.  You may submit multiple garments.  Each Garment must be accompanied by a Garment Information Sheet (available in SRC1009).  In rare cases, not all garments will be sown.  Garments that do not meet the minimum standards of the department (below) will not be shown.
Garment Quality Standards: For both shows, we expect that garments will be:
  • On a hanger
  • In a garment bags
  • Garment Information Sheet  in a Sheet Protector (provided SRC1009)
  • Clean (no stains, not pet fur, etc.
  • Pressed
  • Hemmed appropriately (maybe hemmed after fittings for jury show only
  • Visible seams are neatly finished
  • Closures are present and working
  • Neat – no hanging threads
  • Able to stay on a human body
  • Fitted/fittable on a reasonable human body
  • Appropriate to a community college fashion show

Garment Information Sheets and Designer Information Sheets will be available in SRC1009.