Apparel Development II
Fashion Design B.F.A. – Florence
Apparel Development II – FASH 220 – Credits: 3 – Contact Hours: 90
When creating a garment, the second method necessary for completing a piece is the technique of draping which involves shaping muslin on the dress form. This course, as part of the Fashion Design Bachelor’s degree at Marist-LdM, is focused on developing individual student’s personal style in garment creation and apparel development. Each student will take note as the draping course outlines a concept and moves into the creation of finished apparel.
Draping I Course Overview
Individual projects within the course include draping for the basic bodice and skirt. Students will also experience creating dart variations, princess lines, sleeves, and collars. Sewing machines and basic stitches learned in the Design Sewing Techniques course will be utilized to help students in completing a final piece.
A lab fee is required for this course. Prerequisites: Design Sewing Techniques, or equivalent.
This course is listed at Marist-LdM under Draping I, FAS 250. Contact Marist-LdM to acquire more information about the benefits of studying Fashion Design at the branch campus in Florence, Italy.