Students will conduct a research about tailor suit volume, fabrics and details, in parallel to art and culture sessions where they study the 20th century per decade and product. They will also learn how to make a collection of tailor suit products based on a precise creative approach, inspired by a theme and a choice of colors and fabrics. Suits will be presented with technical studies.
Pattern drafting classes cover all stages of execution, from construction to assembly, corrections, adjustments, fitting and choice of fabric. Focus will be on volumes, dart manipulation, collars, sleeves, pockets, fusing and lining, ending with professional patterns that contain all the details for cutting and sewing the final product on fabric. Students will also learn how to create a pattern out of draping, get exposed to new techniques in creating volumes, collars and different cuts, transfer the draping into a pattern that can be used for production.
The students will execute a tailored suit total look from their fashion design file collection with the assistance of both fashion design and pattern drafting instructors. A production file composed of technical drawing, costing and sewing steps with signs and patterns is made.