Course Volume in Course valid Course group

COURSE DESCRIPTION (Group C)
Course
code
Course group
Volume in
ECTS credits
Course valid
from
16
2014
MAD3001
Course type (compulsory or optional)
Course level (study cycle)
Semester the course is delivered
Study form (face-to-face or distant)
Course title in Lithuanian
Course valid to
Reg. No.
Compulsory
BA
III year, I semester
Face-to-face
Mados dizainas V
Course title in English
Fashion Design V
Short course annotation in Lithuanian
Pasiruošdami atlikti baigiamąjį darbą studentai turės atlikti užduotis šiose srityse:
• Apsilankyti vienoje iš mados sostinių ir atlikti tyrimus remiantis šiuolaikine mados paroda,
muziejumi ar gatvės stiliumi,
• Tęsti kūrybinį darbą kituose savarankiškai sukurtuose projektuose.
• Išanalizuoti siluetą ir pasirinkti siuvamam gaminiui tinkamus audinius.
• Išanalizuoti asmeninį požiūrį į pasirinktos srities madą.
• Dalyvauti nacionaliniame/tarptautiniame mados dizaino konkurse, palyginti savo ir kitų
bendraamžių darbus.
Short course annotation in English (up to 500 characters)
In order to work towards their final collection the students will need to carry out work in the following
areas:
• A visit to a major fashion capital, a major trends exhibition, museum or street - style primary
researching.
• To continue design work on a series of other personally instigated briefs.
• To investigate silhouette and fabric sourcing.
• To investigate a personal approach to a selected area of fashion.
• To enter national/international design competition in order to view the individuals work alongside
other contemporaries.
Prerequisites for entering the course
Fashion design I, Fashion design II, Illustration and Presentation Techniques, Basic Tailoring and
Cutting, Fashion Design III, Fashion Design IV, Historical Contextual Studies, Contemporary Contextual
Studies
Course aim
This module aims to allow students to fully prepare for progressing their final collection at the end of their
programme of study. The students will have opportunity to see the work against their peers at national level,
experience to gain knowledge of forthcoming fabric and fashion trends via trade exhibitions and start the
preparatory grounding for their collection.
Links between study programme outcomes, course outcomes, study methods, and criteria of
learning achievement evaluation
Study programme
outcomes
Course outcomes
Study (teaching and
learning) methods
Criteria of learning
achievement evaluation
1. Demonstrate imagination,
innovation and creative
thinking to a range of
practical fashion design
problems.
2. Demonstrate knowledge
and understanding of art
history and theory as well
as cultural phenomena in
relation to fashion and
textile industry, identifying
the relationship of design
history to society and
culture.
3. Identify and assess
relevant sources and
methods employed in
fashion design and apply
them to their own creative
practice in the
aforementioned context.
4. Demonstrate an ability to
technologically and
methodically integrate the
use of all fashion design
practices: product
(clothing) design,
implementation and
Demonstrate
imagination,
innovation and
creative thinking to a
range of abstract
problems through
live projects set by
industry.
Lectures and briefings,
studio sessions,
group and individual
tutorials, library Work,
research project work,
creative project work
Student
builds
a
professional portfolio that
reflects
individual
creative
style
whilst
demonstrating to the
potential employer the
individual skills and
knowledge the student has
suitable
for
the
workplace.
Build a professional
portfolio that reflects
individual creative
style whilst
demonstrating to the
potential employer
the individual skills
and knowledge the
student has suitable
for the workplace.
Evaluate in-depth
knowledge of current
fashion trends and
input own work into
that context.
Evidence a thorough
range of research
strategies
and
methodologies when
identifying customer
profile and market
levels.
Evidence
fully
developed
design
ideas via personally
identified
projects
while continuing to
develop a personal
style.
Evidence
fully
developed
design
ideas via personally
identified
projects
while continuing to
develop a personal
style.
Student demonstrates
imagination, innovation
and creative thinking to a
range of abstract
problems through live
projects set by industry.
Student evaluates in-depth
knowledge of current
fashion trends and input
own work into that
context.
Lectures and briefings,
studio sessions,
group and individual
tutorials, library Work,
research project work,
creative project work
Student
evidences
a
thorough
range
of
research strategies and
methodologies
when
identifying
customer
profile and market levels.
Student evidences fully
developed design ideas
via personally identified
projects while continuing
to develop a personal
style.
Lectures and briefings,
studio sessions,
group and individual
tutorials, library Work,
research project work,
creative project work
Student evidences fully
developed design ideas
via personally identified
projects while continuing
to develop a personal
style.
delivery.
5. Evidence an in-depth
knowledge and
understanding of complex
body forms and garment
proportions, shapes,
silhouettes, fabrics and
colours, and the ability to
apply them to their own
practice.
Evidence numerical
skills in relation to
advanced level of
pattern cutting and
tailoring.
Lectures and briefings,
studio sessions,
group and individual
tutorials, library Work,
research project work,
creative project work
Student
evidences
numerical
skills
in
relation to advanced level
of pattern cutting and
tailoring.
6. Develop and implement
fashion design, textile
and apparel projects in
practice, contribute
independently and
confidently to team
projects.
Evidence
original,
innovative
and
imaginative
responses within the
constraints of fashion
competitions .
Lectures and briefings,
studio sessions,
group and individual
tutorials, library Work,
research project work,
creative project work
Student
evidences
original, innovative and
imaginative
responses
within the constraints of
fashion competitions.
7. Demonstrate an ability to
independently plan and
manage time in achieving
set goals and follow a
personal work ethic,
recognize an in-depth
knowledge of market levels
and customer profile,
demonstrate an ability to
adapt to constant and
unpredictable changes
brought on by advances in
technological knowledge in
the field of a professional
fashion designer.
Demonstrate
an
ability to manage
time and output to a
standard required in
professional practice.
Lectures and briefings,
studio sessions,
group and individual
tutorials, library Work,
research project work,
creative project work
Student demonstrates an
ability to manage time
and output to a standard
required in professional
practice.
Link between course outcomes and content
Course outcomes
Evidence a thorough range of research strategies and
1.
methodologies when identifying customer profile and market
levels.
Evaluate in-depth knowledge of current fashion trends and
2.
input own work into that context.
Evidence original, innovative and imaginative responses within
3.
the constraints of fashion competitions.
4.
5.
Evidence fully developed design ideas via personally identified
projects while continuing to develop a personal style.
Evidence numerical skills in relation to advanced level of
Content (topics)
Design work on a series of
personally instigated briefs
Silhouette and fabric sourcing
investigation
Practice based on entering
national/international design
competition
Individual creative style
development
Portfolio as a mean for self-
6.
pattern cutting and tailoring.
management.
Demonstrate an ability to manage time and output to a standard
required in professional practice.
Time management
Methods of learning achievement assessment
Lecture based delivery, supervised studio workshops, group work and critiques, self-directed study, group
and individual presentations.
Distribution of workload for students (contact and independent work hours)
SCHEDULED LEARNING AND TEACHING ACTIVITY:
160 hours
lectures and briefings, studio sessions, group and individual
tutorials
GUIDED INDEPENDENT STUDY: library work, research
268 hours
project work, creative project work
Total: 428 hours
Structure of cumulative score and value of its constituent parts
Number of
Assessments
Form of
Assessment
%
weighting
2
Course work
100% (2 x Portfolio Submission
50%)
Size of
Assessment/Duration/
Wordcount
Category of assessment
Learning
Outcomes
being
assessed
Coursework
1-6
Recommended reference materials
No.
Publication
year
Authors of publication and
title
Publishing house
Number of copies in
University
Self-study
Other
library
rooms
libraries
Basic materials
1.
2002
Barnard, M. Fashion as
Communication. 2nd ed.
2.
2009
Armstrong, H J. Patternmaking
for Fashion Design. 5th ed.
3.
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2011
2005
5.
2010
6.
2000
7.
2009
Baugh, G. The Fashion
Designer's Textile Directory:
The Creative Use of Fabrics in
Design.
Black, S. Knitwear in Fashion.
Cook, B. How to Write a Press
Release: 84 Easy Tips to Get
Free Publicity for Your
Business or Website.
Cotton, C. Imperfect Beauty:
The Making of Contemporary
Fashion Photographs.
Innes, J. The Interview Book:
London:
Routledge.
London:
Pearson
Education.
London:
Thames &
Hudson.
London:
Thames &
Hudson.
1
1
1
1
London:
Createspace
1
London: V & A
Publishing.
1
London:
1
Your Definitive Guide to the
Perfect Interview Technique.
8.
2008
Jones, T. Fashion Now: v. 2
(Big Art).
Prentice Hall
Cologne:
Taschen
GmbH.
1
Supplementary materials
9.
2002
10.
2006
11.
2003
Kyoto Costume Inst.
Fashion A History From
The 18th To The 20th
Century (Midi Series).
Malcolm, T. Vogue
Knitting Stitchionary: The
Ultimate Stitch
Dictionary: Knit and Purl
v. 1.
McDowell, C. Fashion
Today. 2nd ed
Cologne: Taschen
GmbH.
1
London: Sixth and
Spring Books
1
London: Phaidon
Press
Sanders, M & Poynter, P.
London: BoothDazed/Confused.
Clibborn editions.
Vogue Knit Editors.
Vogue Knitting
London: Sixth and
Stitchionary Volume Four:
13.
2008
Spring Books.
Crochet: The Ultimate
Stitch Dictionary: Crochet
v. 4.
Wiseman, N M. Knitting
London:
14.
2003
with Wire (Knitting
Interweave Press
Technique Series).
Inc.
Course programme designed by
Agnė Kuzmickaitė, Agnė Biskytė, Rita Kaupelienė
12.
2002
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