How to Become Fashion Designer?

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How to Become Fashion Designer?

“The best part of being a Fashion Designer is being a Fashion Designer”

  • Rena Do Jess

The art of applying the design on the basis of culture, current trends, new trends and creativity on clothing and accessories is known as fashion designing.

The key skills required-

  1. Sketching
  2. Creativity
  3. Know your colors and shapes well
  4. Communication Etiquette
  5. Imagination
  6. Observation and an eye for details
  7. Understanding the market

You might think fashion designing is a simple course, but very few know the reality behind the course in terms of scope, cash, and business.

To become a fashion designer, you need to take up courses and appear in examinations, and only if you clear them you’ll be able to achieve your dream faster. So remember to not divert from your goal.

What to study?

For higher secondary (+1 and +2) you can take up any stream but, if you have a chance to take fashion designing as your vocational course, the go for it.

If you’ve taken up streams like commerce and science, join coaching classes to clear NIFT’s entrance.

You will have to prepare for the entrance and for your +2 examinations.

College

NIFT- National Institute of Fashion Technology

Once you’ve cleared the entrance exams for NIFT you can choose what line you wish to take.

The Different Courses

UG Courses for Fashion Designing

  • BDes Fashion Design
  • BA (Hons) Fashion Design
  • BSc Fashion Design
  • BSc Fashion Design & Technology

The best college in India for Fashion Designing is NIFT and the course to be chosen is Bachelor of Design and under that, you have various departments like

  • Fashion Designing
  • Leather Designing
  • Accessory Designing
  • Knitwear Designing
  • Textile Designing
  • Fashion Communication

PG Courses for Fashion Designing

  • MDes Fashion Design
  • MA Fashion Design
  • MBA Fashion Design Management
  • MBA Fashion Management
  • MSc Fashion Designing
  • MSc Fashion Design & Technology

Diploma Courses for Fashion Designing

  • Diploma in Fashion Designing
  • Undergraduate Diploma in Fashion and Apparel Design
  • PG Diploma Fashion Design
  • Certificate Course in Fashion Designing
  • Certificate in Fashion Styling

These are the courses available in fashion designing. To be a recognized designer you must do a bachelor’s degree in fashion designing and some other popular courses. Fashion designers are usually recruited based on their creativity, knowledge on clothing and fashion and, communication skills.

Taking up stitching classes at an early stage can pave way for you and make things easier.

The Top 3 colleges in India for Designing-

  • NID Ahmedabad
  • NIFT Delhi
  • NIFT Mumbai
  • NIFT Bangalore

Other Designing Colleges in India-

  • Pearl Academy Delhi
  • Arch College of Design and Business Jaipur
  • Symbiosis Institute of Design Pune

To be a good fashion designer, you not only require skills and certificates, but you must also keep yourself updated regarding the current fashion trends and the taste preferences of the people. You must also know to play with colors, mix and match them, choose appropriate shoes, accessories, bags and proper makeup.

Fashion is a means of empowerment, self-expression and personality development.

You must also remember that studying this course is not easy, especially in terms in money. Since this is an exotic course, the fee structure is pretty high. So you have got to

And remember, if you don’t clear the exams then you will have to wait another year to appear in these exams again as these exams happen yearly.

Famous companies dealing with clothing are likely to recruit recognized designers with a good resume. But, if you do not want to work for companies you can always start your own studio or boutique. Usually, amazing designers receive orders from celebrities and other big shots, making them their personal fashion designers.

The following are some of the most famous Fashion Designers.

How to Become Fashion Designer?

  • Coco Chanel
  • Georgio Armani
  • Calvin Klein
  • Donatella Versace
  • Sabyasachi
  • Alexander Mc Queen
  • Rohit Bal
  • Gaurav Gupta

 

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