Diploma in Fashion Design 2020 batch held a display for 3 of their modules namely – Art and Costume Appreciation (ACA); Computer-Aided Design (CAD); Fashion Illustration and a workshop on Clay Art Modelling.
The creative modules explored by the students of Diploma in Fashion Design dwell on providing a visual interpretation for various concepts that aid in design. The study of Art and Costume Appreciation helps to gain a deep insight into the origin of different styles in the subcontinent throughout the ages and how they are relevant today. CAD is used to create sketches, garment designs, accessories etc. It is used in creation, modification, analysis and optimizing a design. Fashion Illustration or Fashion Sketching is an art of communicating fashion ideas in the form of visuals that originate with illustration, drawing and painting and also known as Fashion Sketching. Whereas, Clay Modelling is sculpting and moulding of clay into a variety of shapes and objects.
The Diploma in Fashion Design students sought inspiration from different themes for the modules respectively. The Art and Costume Appreciation module included hand-drawn illustrations based on themes that varied from Rococo, Hip-Hop, Psychedelic, Renaissance period to Art & decor inspired silhouettes etc. Visual boards and style boards depicted Beachwear, Victorian dresses, Egyptian costume styles alongwith Digital sketches for the same. Computer-Aided Designs were also presented. Students developed various Prints, vectorised images etc. They used different tools to develop designs.
Along with those modules, students 2 days workshop on Clay Art Modelling was organised for the students of Diploma in Fashion Design as part of a fun learning activity. The students were guided about moulding clay into different shapes and harnessed their creativity. Students were allocated different topics like “touch me not“- where a student moulded the clay into a shape of a woman’s face with rose petals and thorns, to represent the beauty of a woman and her innate strength that helps her stand up for herself from societal bound conventions.
Whereas for the theme “Protective” the clay was moulded in the shape of a mother and a child with thorns in the side which shows that mothers are the best protectors. Apart from these students also explored themes like “Chocolate Cake“, “All that Glitters is not Gold“, “Apple of my Eye” etc. were given.
The Diploma in Fashion Design students were able to reach into their creative crevices for the creative display. The themes and topics explored by them provided showcased their sense of aesthetics and grasp of their subjects.
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