Fashion Design has always formed the mainstream of global design education. With the proliferation of digital media, easy access to information, economic growth and rise of the ‘aspirational bourgeois’ seeking upward mobility, fashion and luxury are being redefined like never before. Clothing, accessories and lifestyle products aren’t simply being created to fulfil utilitarian needs. Users across the world are seeking increasingly sophisticated aesthetic experiences that address issues of self-expression and self-definition. At the same time, designers from distinct ethnic backgrounds are also seeking global reach and recognition. International Fashion houses and labels are sourcing designers trans-nationally with expertise in varied techniques, crafts, materials and an understanding of global-markets, cultures, and technological innovations in the field. In fact, fashion design has become a profession that lends heavily to allied industries, which is demonstrated by the fact that fashion designers are also being hired by lifestyle brands, websites, and work as design analysts as part of fashion-business intelligence teams and product design teams. Consequently, fashion designing courses are one of the most sought after courses around the world.
|Examination Type||Semester System/ Year wise|
|Eligibility||10th with minimum 55% aggregate marks|
|Admission Process||based on entrance exam / Direct|
|Course Fee||Depend on College University|