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          Fashion Designing
           

          G. I. F. T. FASHION DESIGN PROGRAMMES

          MEASURING TECHNIQUES
           
          Learn why measurements are a major factor for development of basic garment draft and pattern.

          Learn why measurement is foundation for any basic garment draft and pattern.

          Learn why measurement that establish body dimensions, which helps in garments, drafting and pattern making.

          Learn to have patience through out while measuring process.
          LEARN MEASURING TOOLS

          LEARN HOW TO MEASURE BODY FOR TAILOR MADE GARMENTS

          LEARN GENERAL BODY MEASUREMENT FOR TAILOR MADE GARMENTS
           

          Head size, Neck Circumference, Neck height, Shoulder, Shoulder Slant, Neck open towards bust, Armhole, Bust apex to apex, Chest-Waist-Hips circumference, slant shoulder to bust apex, Slant Shoulder to Waist, Slant Shoulder to hip slant shoulder to via bust apex straight down length, Single and joint upper thigh mid thigh - knee -Calf circumference, crotch length, sleeve length, Cuff open, Collar open, Bottom flares and Bottom ankle circumference.

          Learn why tailor need above mention MEASUREMENT.

          LEARN FABRIC GRAIN
          LEARN PATTERN MAKING
          LEARN PATTERN GRADING
          LEARN PATTERN GRAIN LINE
          LEARN DART POINT & SHAPING

          LEARN DART POINT & SHAPING

          LEARN DART MANIPULATION

          LEARN DART IMPORTANCE

          LEARN BASIC DART MAKING TECHNIQUE

          LEARN BODY ANALYSIS IN GENERAL

          LEARN BODY ANALYSIS INDIVIDUAL

          LEARN DRAFTING METHODS & TECHNIQUES

          LEARN BODY ANALYSIS IN GENERAL

          LEARN BODY ANALYSIS INDIVIDUAL

          LEARN DRAFTING METHODS & TECHNIQUES

          LEARN BASIC PATTERN CUTTING IN GENERAL

          LEARN FANCY DART MAKING

          LEARN CLASSIC PRINCESS STYLE LINE

          LEARN PRINCESS LINE VARIATION

          LEARN PIN TUCKS & PLEAT TUCKS

          LEARN YOKES

          LEARN COWLS

          LEARN COLLARS

          LEARN SLEEVES

          LEARN NECKS

          LEARN GARMENT ACCESSORIES & POCKETS
           

          WHILE PATTERNING & DRAFTING OF LEARNER SIZE. TAILOR MADE GARMENT, ALL G. I. F. T. LEARNER SHOULD INCORPORATE ALL ABOVE LEARNING AND UNDERSTANDING.

           
          LEARN GARMENT AS PER G. I. F. T. LEARNER MEASUREMENT, MEANS TAILOR MADE GARMENT.
           

          ETHNIC AND WESTERN TAILOR MADE GARMENT DRAFTING AND PATTERN CUTTING, MAKING AS PER G. I. F. T. LEARNERS MEASUREMENT AS FOLLOWS.

            ETHNIC GARMENT

          Learn A line top with churidar. (Suit)

          Learn Angarkha top-with kalidar salwar. (Suit)

          Learn Abba-Top with plain Salwar (Suit)

          Learn Kalidar top with any Salwar or Churidur. (Suit) 31 . Learn Sleeveless top with churidar. (Suit)

          Learn Kimono - if needed than churidar or any salwar or woman trouser. (Suit)

          Learn Print Mix & Match with any Salwar or Churidar. (Suit)

          Learn Print Variation from above learning. (Suit)

          Learn Woman Jhabba

          Learn Man Jhabba

          Learn Basic Sari Blouse with Plain dart

          Learn Basic Sari Blouse with Fancy cup dart.

          Learn Bias top.

          Learn Any Ethnic top in western style

          Learn Ethnic top with mixing pattern or with yokes.
            LEARN WESTERN "SINGLE" GARMENT

          Learn "A" Line Skirt.

          Learn Front Open Jacket

          Learn Divider Skirt.

          Learn Reverse Double Face Jacket.

          Learn Woman Trouser.

          Learn Short Top with princess line from shoulder.

          Learn Short top with princess line from arm hole.

          Learn Short top with yokes or folded shoulder or any style from above learning.

          Learn Party or evening gown.

          Learn Tabora or Bolero Jacket or any Style.

          Learn Wrap or Tunic Dress or any Style.

          Learn Man Shirt.

           

          GARMENT NUMBER 54 TO 57 IS FOR G. I. F. T. LEARNER TEST. THAT MEANS ALL GARMENT STYLE, DRAFTING, PATTERN AND DESIGN ACCESSORIES SHOULD BE DEVELOPED BY G. I. F. T. LEARNER WITHOUT ANY HELP OF G. I. F. T. FACULTY.

          WESTERN CLASSIC

          WESTERN FANCY

          WESTERN FORMAL

           

          G. I. F. T. LEARNERS STITCHING GARMENT IN CLASS ROOM UNDER G. I. F. T. FACULTY GUIDANCE.

          Learn to Stitch Any Short Top.

          Learn to Stitch "A" Line Skirt

          Learn to Stitch Salwar Kalidar or any

          Learn to Stitch Churidar

          Learn to Stitch Various Necklines

          Learn to Stitch Various Collars Pockets and cuff.

          Learn to Stitch Various belt / zip fixing. ..Air Brush Painting

          Learn to Stitch Pin tucks

          Learn to Stitch "A" Line Top.

          Learn to Stitch- Double Face Jacket.

          Learn to Stitch Fashion Accessories.

           

          ALL ABOVE G. I. F. T. LEARNERS LEARNING GARMENTS IS FOR APPROPRIATE LEARNER AND LEARNER SHOULD CARRY HOME EACH GARMENT AFTER FITTING TRIAL TO WEAR IN ROUTINE LIFE.

          LEARN HUMAN DRAWING :

           

          Body Proportion, Body Gestures, Body Postures, Body Moods, Face Styles, Sports Figure, Hand and Legs movement, Hair Styles, Face Makeup and Fashion Styles Crockees.

          LEARN FASHION ILLUSTRATION :

           

          Ethnic Formal and Casual wear. Western Formal and Casual wear. Sports wear and Styles.

          LEARN FASHION STORY BOARD COLLAGE
           

          Ethnic Formal or Casual Western Formal or Casual

          LEARN WITH DRAWING
            Transparency of fashion garments.
          Non stitch garments
          Evening & Party wear
          Sports & Picnic wear.
          Fancy and Fashion Parade wear etc.
          THEORIES
            What is Fashion ?; Fashion importance __ _ . . _ . How to Predict fashion
          Garment Painting by Brush How to begin fashion business. Fashion marketing etc.
          MARKET SURVEY & VISIT TO GARMENT MANUFACTURING UNIT
          GARMENT SHOWS OR FASHION SHOWS IF G. I. F. T. LEARNERS ARE INTERESTED
          SELF LEARNING FROM G.I.F.T LIBRARY BOOKS
           
          SELF LEARNING FROM G. I. F. T. LIBRARY BOOKS
          History of Fashion
          History of Costume Design.
          Fashion Accessories
          World trends of Fashion
          World trends of fabric and colours.
          Difference in traditional and non-traditional Garments.

          Indias true design education means GIFT because is transparent design education Fashion/Apparel or Textile Design course Duration is 850 to 930 Hours. Learn 3hours/day, 6 days/week in under one year and if anyone wants to learn rapid then attain more learning hours/day. By Prof. Khalid A Rafique Founder of Gift Gandhi NGOs, Managing Trustee and Senior Gift NGOs Faculty since 1995. Prof. K.A.R. expertise: NID Graduate, Ex NID Faculty, 25 years working experience in industry such as Arvind mills Ahmedabad Gujarat, Jaya Shree textile linen mills Rishra Kolkata West Bengal, Raymonds mill Thane Maharashtra, Gujarat spinners and Individual Fine Art shows: Taj Art Gallery Taj Mahal Hotel - Get Way of India Mumbai, Contemporary Gallery and L and P Hutheesing Visual Art Centre Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. All copyrights reserve by Prof Khalid and Gift: Gandhi Institute of Fashion and Textile.

             
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