The realm of fashion is thriving in India. A pleasantly surprising report by Statistica reveals that the Indian apparel market churned up a whopping five trillion Indian Rupees in the fiscal year of 2018. The Indian apparel market is expected to become the 6th largest market in the entire world by 2022!
This is great news for those pursuing or aiming to pursue fashion designing. A degree in fashion design can help even a junior designer to make Rs. 25,000 to Rs. 40,000 in India. However, it is noteworthy that you must get your degree from a reputed institution that has highly-trained faculty and modern infrastructure at par with global standards. Not here to brag but Just Designs Institute is one such institute with an inspiring list of alumni.
So, now that you have decided you love the world of fashion, we will tell you some of the best ways to prepare for our UG/PG fashion designing course. Following these tips will help you get a head start in your journey to become a successful fashion designer and also hone your skills.
The ability to sketch your ideas and translate them on paper is an essential skill for every designer. If you do not have formal training in art, then, don’t fret. Follow tutorials from the internet to improve your basic sketching skills. Learn to draw Croquis. Understand the concept of color and depth. Start learning about the color wheel to understand the concepts of hue, chroma, lighting, complementary and contrasting colors. A color wheel is an essential tool in the kits of all designers, so make sure to have an in-depth understanding of it.
At Just Designs Institute, pay special focus to teach you to color science to train your eye and mind to understand the importance of color in fashion and how to use it to your advantage.
If you are interested in fashion then we assume you already love to read a ton of fashion content. Continue that, but more importantly try to find the repeating patterns of trends. How vintage fashion is given a fresh twist by designers to appeal to the modern aesthetics of the buyers. How trends from the runways trickle down to retail stores. So, don’t just read Vogue and Cosmopolitan, try to analyze and understand fashion.
Computer-aided design (CAD) is the widely used software in the realm of fashion that turns 2D sketches and designs into lively 3D ideas. Our expert faculty trains you in CAD for a significant portion of the course to build your designing skills for the digital age. If you love technology then you can dabble into the basics of –
When you are choosing the best college for fashion designing to pursue your course, make sure you do some research on their offering. Check their certifications, alumni, and website thoroughly to make a wise and informed decision.