B. Sc Fashion Designing Course (Dual Certification)
DEGREE: B. Sc Fashion Designing
Times and Trends Academy is a well-known academic institute in Pune which offers a full-time degree in B.Sc Fashion Designing. This degree will enable young aspiring fashion designers to pursue a dream career in fashion designing industry.
Students will get to identify their areas of interest within the segments of Fashion apparels, Textiles, Fashion accessories, Retail management, Fashion Illustration and much more.
They will learn about the role of fashion designer and gain enough experience through practical sessions to be a part of the fast growing fashion industry.
After the completion of B.Sc Fashion Designing, students are prepared to step into the fashion industry and kick-start their dream career!
If you too have a passion for fashion, join us today!
|ELIGIBILITY:||Candidates should have passed HSC Board Examination (Class 12) from any recognized college/university.|
|CERTIFICATION:||The B.Sc Fashion Designing degree will provide students with Dual certification after successful completion of the course.
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Passion for Fashion?
The B.Sc Fashion Designing Degree at Times and Trends Academy will enable students to gain in depth knowledge of the concepts and practical applications of fashion designing used in the Industry.
In the first year of the course, students will have practical sessions on topics such as Fashion Model Drawings, Basics of Pattern Making and Construction, Surface Embellishment Techniques and Computer application required for fashion designing. Along with these practical sessions students will have theoretical sessions on topics like Textiles, Traditional Costumes of India, E-commerce and Communication Skills. Apart from the theory and practical sessions students will study one specialized subject each year. In the first year students will study a specialization course on Pattern Making and Construction.
|1) Introduction to Textiles
2) Communication Skills
3) Traditional Costumes of India
|1) Elements and Principles of Design – I & II
2) Surface Embellishment Techniques
3) Fashion Model Drawing – I
4) Pattern Making and Construction I & II
5) Computer Application
|Pattern Making and Construction
Unit 1 – Garments
Unit 2 – Richpeace
In the second year of the course, students will have practical sessions on Fashion Illustrations, Traditional Textiles & Embroideries of India, Advance Computer Application, Pattern Making & Construction- Advance and Craft Documentation. Along with these practical sessions students will learn theory based topics such as Fashion Studies, Machinery & Equipment, Fundamentals of Fashion Marketing & Merchandising, History of Fashion, and Traditional Textiles & Embroideries of India. In the second year of the course students will learn CAD as their specialization.
|1) Fashion Studies
2) Machinery and Equipment
3) Fundamentals of Fashion Marketing and Merchandising
4) History of Fashion
5) Traditional Textiles & Embroideries of India
|1) Traditional Textiles & Embroideries of India
2) Fashion Illustration
3) Computer Application Advance
4) Pattern Making & Garment Construction – Advance
5) Craft Documentation
Unit 1 – Introduction to Photoshop
Unit 2 – Introduction to Illustrator
Unit 3 – Photoshop and Illustrator2) Fashion Model Drawing
Unit 1 – Illustration
Unit 2 – Design Process
Unit 3 – Portfolio making
In the final year of B.Sc Fashion Designing, students will have practical sessions on Women’s wear, Men’s wear, Draping, Range Development, Grading, and Recent Advances in Apparel Industry. Students will have to take up an Internship in the final year as a part of their practical course to gain real time work experience. Along with the practical sessions students will have theoretical sessions on topics such as Environmental Science, Principle of Management, Textile & Garment Analysis Assurance and Fashion Forecasting & Visual Merchandising. In this year, students will learn Retail Management as their specialization subject.
|1) Environmental Science
2) Principle of Management
3) Textile & Garment Quality Analysis Assurance
4) Fashion Forecasting & Visual Merchandising
|1) Women’s Wear
3) Range Development
4) Men’s Wear
7) Recent Advances in Apparel Industry
Unit 1 – Introduction to retailing
Retail purchasing and pricing
Retail marketing and promotion
Fashion Designers | Accessory Designer | Textile Designer | Retail brands | Export Houses | E-commerce | Entrepreneur | Fashion Stylist | Freelancing | Marketing and Promotion | Merchandising | Design Manager | Fashion Consultants | Fabric Technologist | Pattern Maker/Grader | Fashion Coordinator | Fashion Consultants | Customer Representative Officer |
TTA is proud to have Bollywood’s well known Costume Designer, Mr Chandrakant Sonawane as our Chief Mentor. Mr Chandrakant guides our fashion designing students and also provides internship opportunities in Bollywood. Along with him we also have industry expert Ms Mansai Attarde to guide our fashion designing students.
Portfolios are very important to showcase your work and talent especially in the fashion design industry. TTA encourages students to create their own portfolios by the end of the course as a part of their academics. Our faculty and industry experts will guide you throughout the whole process. Before you step into the outside world you will have your own talent compiled in form of a portfolio.
Workshops, Events, Exhibitions
During the fashion designing course students will get to attend workshops, events and sessions related to fashion designing. Industry experts will come to visit the campus and take special sessions to discuss latest trends in fashion designing. We will also take our students to various exhibitions and industry visits from time to time.
TTA’s Fashion Show
Times and Trends Academy organises a grand Fashion Show every year to showcase the talent of our students. In this event, students will present their creative outfits designed by them in front of the world. Models will wear the new designer clothing and people will be able to purchase their favourite clothes during the show. Many famous brands and companies visit the event and offer job opportunities to young talented fashion designing students.
E-learning Portal & TTA Youth App
Times & Trends Academy has introduced their own e-learning portal and Youth App for students. This allows students to gain lifetime access to lectures and study materials of the enrolled course at TTA.
TTA has 100% placement assistance for our students. As we have industry experts and professionals as our mentor and teaching faculties, our students get better opportunities in terms of internships and jobs. We conduct a placement fair every year wherein many eminent companies visit our academy and offer upcoming job opportunities to our students.
(Bollywood Lead Designer for “Padmaavat & Bajirao Mastani’)
Mr Chandrakant Sonawane is the Chief mentor for fashion designing domain at Times & Trends Academy. He is one of the leading names in the Bollywood industry when it comes to costume designing. He has proved his mettle in Bollywood after designing costumes for hit flicks such as Padmaavat, Bajirao Mastani, Ramleela, Bhoomi, etc.
He has also offered various Bollywood projects to fashion students from TTA. He interacts regularly with fashion students, offers technical advice and has loads of Bollywood experience to share. Thanks to him, TTA breeds a talent pool of fashion aspirants.
(Bollywood Costume Designer for national-award-winning movies like ‘Yellow’, ‘Court’ & movies like ‘Bhoothnath Returns’)
Manasi Attarde has worked for the National award winning Marathi movie ‘Court’ (2014) as a costume designer. Her designing work also includes Bollywood films like ‘Bhootnath Returns’ (2014), ‘Madari’ (2016) and Marathi films like ‘Aamhi Doghi’ (2018),‘Photocopy’ (2016) and ‘Yellow’ (2014).
Manasi has experience of working as a Promo Costume Stylist for Zee TV Hindi and she has designed clothes for Bollywood actress Soha Ali Khan. She has also worked for advertising industry as a costume designer for renowned brands like Parle Biscuits, Mortein, No Marks Cream, ELF Engine Oil, Congress Ad Campaigns, PNG Jewelers and many more.
Head of Department: Fashion Designing
Educational Qualification: Diploma in FD, Masters in FD
Work Experience: 18+ years
Educational Qualification: B. Des. in Fashion, Fashion Styling Degree
Work Experience: 4+ years
Educational Qualification: B. Des. in Fashion
Work Experience: 3+ years
Educational Qualification: M.Sc in Textile and Clothing
Work Experience: 6+ years
“There were so many highlights of ‘Attitude’ session in the fashion program but here are my take-away from the session: 1. Let go of things which are not important and focus on things which are useful 2. Not to keep the burden of “Ego – Eliminating good opportunities” 3. Coming out of comfort zone – This is the time to get out of our comfort zone and do what is required in life. Over all, it was much needed session for motivating us and keep us going in life no matter what.”
“It was great experience to gain the knowledge from diploma in fashion program. It was a step-by-step throughout elaboration of what and how we need to get things done in the world of fashion designing. Thank you so much Times & Trends Academy & Amit sir for such a wonderful fashion program.”
“First of all, I am very thankful to Amit sir & Chandrakant sir for having created a new platform for us students. I am very grateful of TTA. I am enjoying this journey in a very positive & energetic way. Today, I realized we have to start our professional life, and for that we should be active & be ready to face any challenge. Thank you so much everyone at TTA.”
“I was waiting for a right opportunity to explore my talent and skip conventional career choices. TTA was like an answer to my prayers. It taught me Fashion Design with such precision and perfection that today, I am an accomplished self-employed designer. TTA has given a definite direction to my life. I would like to thank TTA for all the commendable efforts & also thanks Chandrakant sir & TTA for giving me an opportunity to work for ‘ Padmaavat ’ movie.”