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Courses

FASHION DESIGN & WOMENSWEAR

The creative challenges of femininity

FASHION DESIGN

Develop individual style to build a solid future in fashion

FASHION DESIGN INTENSIVE

Design collections and create an individual style

FASHION DESIGN & MENSWEAR

Join the creative boom of contemporary fashion menswear

FASHION STYLING & PHOTOGRAPHY INTENSIVE

The visual language of communication

ACCESSORIES DESIGN INTENSIVE

Designing tomorrows most wished for fashion accessories

FASHION STYLING & VISUAL MERCHANDISING

Present, display and promote fashion

FASHION STYLING & CREATIVE DIRECTION

The driving force behind visual communication

PORTFOLIO SURGERY

Preparation for postgraduate level study.

HAIR STYLING

Unleash your creativity and talent

MODELING

a glamorous field which offers tremendous opportunities to travel and meet various classes of people

PRODUCT DESIGN

Product design is concerned primarily with the relationship between products, systems and those who use them.

Fashion Dictionary

  • A :1. Shop size : Letter indicating a width; widths run from AAAA to EEEEE with AAAAs being the narrowest and EEEEEs the widest. 2. Pajama size : Men's regular height (5'8"-5'11") size corresponding to 32"-36"
  • ABLONE :See CLOSURES: ABLONE BUTTON.
  • abilements / abillements :See HEADWEAR: BILLIMENT.
  • abstract :See PRINTS, STEIPES, AND CHECKS: ABSTRACT PRINT .
  • ACADEMIC SOTUME :Outfits cosisting of caps. Called mortarboards (see ACADEMIC COSTUME: MORTARBOARD); gowns; and hoods traditionally worn at Commencement exercses or other ceremonial occasions by worn by secondary -school students, those in higher education wear more elaborate regalia consisting of caps, gowns, and hoods that are most often black with color trim on hoods. American academic costume was designed by Gardner Cotrell Leonard of Albany, NY , in 1887 and adopted by the American Intercollegiate Code of 1894, revised in 1932. The code states the style of with bachelor's master's and doctor's degrees alone with the colors to be used on the hood. Academic costume originated at the Universites of Oxford and Cambridge more than 600 years ago, Also called academic regalia ( ak-agh- dem- ik ree- gale- ee - yah).
  • academic hood :Decorative drape that comes close to the neck in front and hangs down the back of academic gowns. Made in various lining colors represent the school colors of the institution conferring the degree, and the outer band of velvet shows the field of study. Der. From the cl cape attached to gowns of undergraduates since end of 15th c. Also see under ACADEMIC COSTUME: BACHELOR'S , MASTER'S AND DOCTOR'S HOODS, AND ACADEMIC HOOD COLORS.
  • academic hood colors :The lining colors at the back of the academic hood represent the school colors of the college or institution conferring the degree. The outer band of velvet that extends around the formt of the neck indicates the different faculties, or fields of study, as follows: Agriculture, maize; Arts and Letters, white; Chiropody, nile geenl; Commerce and Accounting, drab; Dentistry, lilac; Economics, copper; Engineering, orange; Fine Arts, brown ; Forestry, russet; Human ities, crimson; Law, purple; Libary Science, lemon; Medicine, green; Music ,pink, Nursing, apricot; Optoetry, seafoam; Oratory, silver gray; Pedagogy, light blue; Pharmacy, olive green; Philanthropy, rose; Philosophy, blue; Physical Education, sage green; Public Adminstration, drab; Public Health, salmon pink; Science, golden yellow; Social Science, Citron; Theology, scarlet; and Veternary science, gray.
  • bechlor's gown :Academic gown, formerly of black worsted or similar fabric, opeing in the front with two wide box pleats extending to the hem; large flowing sleeves ending in points; back and sleeves set into square yoke with cartridge pleats. Worn with the bachelor's hood and mortarboard at graduation by candidates, or former recipient, of a bachelor's degree. Since the 1970s colored growns are sometimes worn insted of black. Also see under ACADEMIC COSTUME: BACHELOR'S HOOD, ACADEMIC HOOD COLORS, AND MORTARBOARD.
  • bechlor's hood :Black decorative drpe, 3' long in back with a 2" colored velveteen band around the neck in font and a pendant tail in the back that is turned over to reveal colors of the institution granting the degree. Worn with the bachelor's gown and mortar board at graduation by candidates, or former recipients, of bachelor's degree. Also see ACADEMIC COSTUME: ACADEMIC HOOD COLORS.
  • doctor's gown :Black unclosed academic goewn with wide bands of velvet down the front. The full sleeves are set in with cartridge pleats and have three bands of velvet at the upper arm. Worn as part of acadmic costume by candidates for, and holders of , doctoral degrees.