Fashion is a system that brings together material resources, human capital, and artistic vision in a single garment. And that garment’s cultural reception, dissemination through the marketplace, and ultimate disposal involves an equally complex chain of activity.
The program combines intensive studio-based projects with design research. Areas of research include sustainability, globalism, media studies, social sciences, and management. Its interdisciplinary approach broadens students’ understanding of fashion in context. Its emphasis on new technologies in fabrics and construction enables students to develop into outstanding designers and leaders in the field.
Supplementary classes in filmmaking, presentation, and photography expand students’ visual design language and communication skills. This coursework also prepares them for the collaborative environments typical of professional workplaces.
Curriculum to be posted soon