FD 231 — Haute Couture Sewing Techniques

2 credits; 4 lab hours

Introduces students to the finest sewing techniques practiced in couture workrooms; provides the basis for understanding haute couture. Students learn techniques in cutting, hand stitching, seam and hem finishes, pocket construction, pressing, and finishing.

Fashion Design–Intimate Apparel

http://catalog.fitnyc.edu/undergraduate/majors/baccalaureatedegreeprograms/fashiondesignintimateapparel/

School of Art and Design Applications accepted for fall only.      NYSED: 00735     CIP:  50.0407 Building upon the success of the AAS studies in Fashion Design, courses in the BFA program advance in complexity as students hone their expertise in the intimate apparel concentration. Through applied experiential learning and the creative application and development of critical problem-solving challenges, students become adept fashion designers. Students attain a greater understanding of the fashion design process, further perfect their conceptual/technical skills, and advance in the development of a personal design aesthetic and their adaptive abilities. This program prepares graduates for success in intimate apparel careers, related design fields, and other careers not yet imagined. Registering for this concentration is based on availability. Curriculum below is for the entering class of fall 2020.

Fashion Design–Knitwear

http://catalog.fitnyc.edu/undergraduate/majors/baccalaureatedegreeprograms/fashiondesignknitwear/

School of Art and Design Applications accepted for fall only.      NYSED: 00735      CIP:  50.0407 Building upon the success of the AAS studies in Fashion Design, courses in the BFA program advance in complexity as students hone their expertise in the knitwear concentration. Through applied experiential learning and the creative application and development of critical problem-solving challenges, students become adept fashion designers. Students attain a greater understanding of the fashion design process, further perfect their conceptual/technical skills, and advance in the development of a personal design aesthetic and their adaptive abilities. This program prepares graduates for success in knitwear careers, related design fields, and other careers not yet imagined. Registering for this concentration is based on availability. Curriculum below is for the entering class of fall 2020. 

Fashion Design–Sportswear

http://catalog.fitnyc.edu/undergraduate/majors/baccalaureatedegreeprograms/fashiondesignsportswear/

School of Art and Design Applications accepted for fall only.      NYSED: 00735     CIP:  50.0407   Building upon the success of the AAS studies in Fashion Design, courses in the BFA program advance in complexity as students hone their expertise in the sportswear concentration. Through applied experiential learning and the creative application and development of critical problem-solving challenges, students become adept fashion designers. Students attain a greater understanding of the fashion design process, further perfect their conceptual/technical skills, and advance in the development of a personal design aesthetic and their adaptive abilities. This program prepares graduates for success in sportswear careers, related design fields, and other careers not yet imagined. Registering for this concentration is based on availability. Curriculum below is for the entering class of fall 2020. 

Fashion Design–Children’s Wear

http://catalog.fitnyc.edu/undergraduate/majors/baccalaureatedegreeprograms/fashiondesignchildrenswear/

School of Art and Design Applications accepted for fall only.      NYSED: 00735     CIP:  50.0407 Building upon the success of the AAS studies in Fashion Design, courses in the BFA program advance in complexity as students hone their expertise in the children’s wear concentration. Through applied experiential learning and the creative application and development of critical problem-solving challenges, students become adept fashion designers. Students attain a greater understanding of the fashion design process, further perfect their conceptual/technical skills, and advance in the development of a personal design aesthetic and their adaptive abilities. This program prepares graduates for success in children’s wear careers, related design fields, and for other careers not yet imagined. Registering for this concentration is based on availability. Curriculum below is for the entering class of fall 2020.