I went FIDM in Los Angeles and i got an AA in Fashion Design :)but i have yet to have a fashion job....anyone want to give me one?
ok uhmm first of all to the person who answered it above me... theres no such thing as a fashion design degree! Most designers need formal training after high school. Some attend a professional design school or get an associate degree, but in general most need a bachelor's degree. It is typical for fashion and graphic designers to get a degree in the fine arts. Fashion designers usually get their training through summer internships or by working in retail. Some designers may decide to become teachers in design schools. Some open their own design businesses.
FIDM.com (fashion istitute of design merchandising~shoe specialty)FIT.com (fashion not really for shoes but shoes are fashion!)international academy of design technology (fashion school)academyart.com (fashion)No matter what shoe field you want to go into you need a degree in fashion, not specifically shoes...you can even go on this website (careeronestop.com) and it specifies what kind of education/degree you need for the occupation you want.
To be a costume designer you at least need an associate degree in fashion design. However, while pursing a degree you may want to considering volunteering at local theaters to help them with their costumes. Since costume designing is such a competitive industry you may want to think about getting a degree in costume design (commonly called production design). The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising offers an associate degree in costume design (though an associate degree in fashion design is a prerequisite). Savannah College of Art and Design offers a 4 year Production Design bachelor's degree program as well as a 4 year Fashion Design bachelor's degree program. Many other colleges offer a bachelor's degree in Fashion Design and by working with that colleges theater department frequently you will be able to make yourself highly qualified to be a costume designer. I am on the path to become a costume designer myself, I am double majoring in Fashion Design and Production Design at Savannah College of Art and Design in the fall. Good Luck, I hope you find this helpful.
Specific subjects may or may not be necessary for you to pursue you fashion design degree. This essentially depends on the kind of institution where you want to take your degree. To be able to make it in fashion design at an industry-recognized school like Milan's NABA, you need profound creativity, and pronounced skills in drawing, computer drafting and sketching, together with a knack for color and detail for textile and style.
Well I would say a desire to design and a eye for creativity and trends for sure but also attending a fashion college will go a LONG way and I'm sure a lot of fashion design jobs require that you have a degree from a fashion college. If you're researching fashion colleges, look into FIDM. I have friends who graduated from that school and they really loved it and told me that FIDM has a very well known fashion design program and that a lot of famous fashion designers graduated from that school. Good luck!
If one is seeking an art job in the fashion industry, it would be quite advantageous to have a degree from an art school. With degree in hand, one may need to get an internship or trainee position to prove one's worth. If the art job one is seeking is as a fashion designer, do not discount the value of attending a fashion design institute.
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