PRODUCTION II (5 SCU)
Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to be able to: apply a range of manufacturing processes in a tailored design process with a range of technical and practical skills in tailor construction; demonstrate and communicate tailor designs and technical progress through a portfolio with an independent judgment of aesthetics, efficiency, and effectiveness in the production process; choose appropriate fabrics for different garments; use appropriate equipment and machinery for fashion production; and apply creative and innovative design solutions through appropriate production processes to assemble a finished garment.
This course will utilize students’ experiences in the three previous Silhouette and Garment Construction courses in order to develop more complex garment patterns. The course is designed to increase students’ knowledge about the various details and new techniques as well as finishing the course with more complicated designs and increase the creativity to apply the material added in the manufacturing of tailoring according to the fashion industry developments. This course will teach students to be able to manage their time properly, so that it can produce a good product fit for the standard garments.
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