Duration


Schedule


Starting / Ending Date

Fashion Design

204 hours

Saturday
10:00 – 17:00

12 October 2019
25 July 2020

Pattern Making

204 hours

Friday
09:30 – 16:30

11 October 2019
24 July 2020


Duration


Schedule


Starting / Ending Date

Fashion Design

204 hours

Tuesday and Thursday
19:30 – 22:30

8 October 2019
23 July 2020

Pattern Making

204 hours

Monday and Wednesday
19:00 – 22:00

7 October 2019
22 July 2020

Fashion Design


Duration
204 hours


Schedule
Saturday
10:00 – 17:00


Starting / Ending Date
12 October 2019
25 July 2020

Pattern Making


Duration
204 hours


Schedule
Friday
09:30 – 16:30


Starting / Ending Date
11 October 2019
24 July 2020

Fashion Design


Duration
204 hours


Schedule
Tuesday and Thursday
19:30 – 22:30


Starting / Ending Date
8 October 2019
23 July 2020

Pattern Making


Duration
204 hours


Schedule
Monday and Wednesday
19:00 – 22:00


Starting / Ending Date
7 October 2019
22 July 2020


204 hours Fashion Design + 204 hours Pattern Making
408 Hours, 9 Months, 34 Weeks

Program Fees

Fashion Design: 15.000 TL
Pattern Making: 15.000 TL

Fashion Design + Pattern Making: 22.500 TL

You can participate to only FD or only PM or both

About the Program

The curriculum of this accelerated nine month program is planned by Esmod Paris and has international recognition. It is a preparatory program to the Esmod Fashion Design and Creation Diploma program and concentrates on Fashion Design and Pattern making. Participants will create skirt, shirt, dress, pants, trenchcoat, jacket and tailoredwear models in Pattern making using flat pattern & draping techniques together with professional sewing techniques. Moreover participants will learn how to create illustrations and flat drawings in Fashion Design, learning how to use Photoshop program for flat drawings.

Both of the instructors in Fashion Design and Pattern making are experienced international Esmod graduates who have been in the industry for many years.

In addition to the vakko esmod certificate, participants will receive fashion design & pattern making certificates approved by the ministry of education.

At the end of the program, instructors will choose a selection of finalized models to be displayed at the end-of-the-year final fashion show completed by the students who attended both programs.

Program Content

  • Introduction to Fashion design
  • Analysis of all models in Fashion history
  • Processes in today’s fashion world
  • Working methods of a designer
  • Introduction to Basic drawing techniques
  • Figure drawing
  • Figure body details
  • Face, Hair, eyes, Lips, hands and feet drawings
  • Garment drawing and coloring on figure
  • Placing shadows on figures, eye and hair color changes
  • Mannequin and model drawings
  • Flat drawings
  • Flat drawings of different models
  • Moodboard : what it is, how it is prepared
  • Inspiration from moodboard for mannequin and model drawing
  • Muse – target audience – Moodboard – Color range
  • Collection studies
  • What is a collection and how is it prepared ?
  • Deciding on a Theme/concept
  • Mannequin and Model drawings
  • Flat drawings
  • Personal Universe : Who am I? What do I like? What affects me?
  • Fashion illustration
  • Illustration project
  • Photoshop: Creating a document, Toolbox, settings, decisions, coloring, Type tools, retouching, Layers
  • Moodboard with Photoshop and collage studies, rotating objects, coloring and scaling, flat drawing
  • Skirt project
  • Shirt project
  • Dress project
  • Suit, jacket and pants project
  • Casualwear and Denim project
  • Project delivery and presentation – Skills to present the portfolio. Roles that we take in a team in business life. Ways to follow working at different companies in order to gain experience.
  • SKIRTS
    • Straight
    • Flat
    • Flat skirt with yoke
    • Dart manupulations on skirts
    • Sewing of these different skirts in muslin
    • Realization of a skirt model in fabric with lining
    • Technical sheets and industrial patten details
  • SHIRTS
    • Bodice
    • Bodice enlargements
    • Bodice dart manupulations
    • Different shirt studies
    • Different sleeve studies
    • Different collar studies
    • Realization of a shit model in real fabric including industrial pattern
    • Technical sheets
  • DRESS
    • Dress explanations
    • Dress enlargements
    • Dart manupulations
    • Sewing of the half muslin sample
    • Realization of your own design in real fabric
    • Pants
    • Pants explanations (denim and classical)
    • Enlargements of pants
    • Patterns of Pants
    • Realization in muslin fabric
  • TAILORING
    • Explanation of tailoring
    • Enlargements
    • Tailored sleeve
    • Tailored collar
    • Shawl collar
    • Lining explanation
    • Study of tailoring jacket number 1 in muslin fabric
    • Study of tailoring jacket number 2 in muslin fabric
    • Study of tailoring jackey number 3 in muslin fabric
    • Realization in real fabric where you will use your own design from fashion design class
  • CASUALWEAR
    • Bomber Jacket
      • Explanation of dart manupulation and enlargements
      • Lining
      • Collars
      • Sleeve
      • Half of a Muslin sample making with appropriate sewing techniques concerning the product
    • Biker Jacket
      • Enlargements
      • Pivot Sleeve
      • Half muslin sample making with appropriate sewing techniques concerning the product
    • Parka Jacket with Hoodie
      • Explanations
      • Enlargements
      • Half Muslin sample making with appropriate sewing techniques concerning the product
  • TRENCHCOAT
    • Englargements
    • Collar explanations
    • Raglan Sleeve Explanations
    • Half Muslin sample making with appropriate sewing techniques concerning the product
    • Realization of a Casualwear Jacket from your own design portfolio

Instructors

Fashion Design
Müjde Şekerözü
Müjde Şekerözü has graduated from Galatasaray Lisesi Istanbul in 1988. In the years 1998-1990 she has studied Fashion Design and Business at Parsons School of Design New York. From 1990-1993 she has studied Fashion Design Womens Ready-to-Wear at ESMOD Paris and graduated as first in her field. Since 1993 she has been working at various companies in the Fashion and Ready-to-wear industry as Head designer and Creative director. Some of these companies are ATT (Turkmen Holding ) for EU Customers, Spain -Inditex / French Customers , France at TUREKS / Paris & Istanbul ( March 2013 – January 2017 ), Turkish Export Factories / Istanbul –Paris ( 2001 – 2010 ), Partner of Sourcing Company MS / Hong Kong, (50 000 Pcs of Knitwear Production in China) ( 2001 – 2002 ), CONFETTI Textile / Istanbul ( 2000 – 2001 ), CAAN Textile /Istanbul ( 1998 – 2000 ), Aprido / Istanbul ( 1995 – 1998 ), JPG / Paris ( 1993 – 1995 ). She speaks fluent French, English and Turkish and intermediate level Spanish.

Pattern Making
Jasmina Benferhat
Jasmina Benferhat is an Esmod Paris alumna. She has been Pattern Making Instructor at Esmod Munich, Esmod Jakarta and Esmod Berlin for 26 years. In the academic year 2018-2019 she is lecturer at the Universität der Künste Berlin. Since 1998, she has been developing Freelance products for various brands in Berlin such as Bernadett Penkov, Sisi Wasabi, Frida Weyer, Frida Weyer for Meissen Couture, C’est tout and Maisonnée. Being guest lecturer for draping courses at SAADA University in Shanghai in 2011, Benferhat has taken part in various projects from Berlin to Nairobi. In the “African Designers for Tomorrow” project in 2015 in Nairobi, Benferhat has individually counselled participants in preparing designs, cutting and developing details. Throughout her coaching as Pattern Making instructor at Esmod Berlin, Benferhat has taken part in various projects such as “Beyond Seeing” in collaboration with Goethe Institut. German and French being her native languages, she additionally speaks English and Arabic.

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