An overview of TDV Fashion & Textile Design course
The Fashion and textile industry globally and in India is at a stage of extraordinary political, social, environmental and economic change. The effect of these volatile changes results in an ambivalent future of this domain. In lieu of this situation, the Fashion and Textile design programme at TDV follows a versatile curriculum that encompasses these two seemingly specialist fields into one, by highlighting their inherent relationship and enabling students to look at this realm holistically.
Areas of focus
Making – History and science of yarn, weaving and knitting, Industrial manufacturing production and processes.
Surface – Techniques of dyeing, printing and surface appliques
Manifestation – Illustration, Pattern making, Draping and Construction of Garments and Lifestyle products
2 years / 4 semesters
Candidates are chosen on the basis of a written entrance examination, a situation test and a group discussion or personal interview round conducted by TDV. Students are also encouraged to share their design portfolios at the time of the interview. This can pertain to any creative and relevant work and should be supported with a statement of purpose
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Fashion in TDV stresses a lot on Industry Inclusion in Academics. To know more, watch the video.