Fashion Industry 12
Fashion Industry 12 is a course that is rich in content which provides a solid foundation for your to work on fashion design projects. You will explore fashion trends, the business of fashion, how to design clothing and meet some Indigenous designers and learn how Indigenous fashion is helping to preserve Indigenous culture. You will then showcase your understanding and skills in a series of projects. While learning about these fashion big ideas, you’ll also build strengths in the core competencies. Within the course content, you will find a variety of tools that will provide you with the opportunity to build a strong understanding of the topics covered.
View the complete Learning Outcomes here: Fashion Industry 12 Learning Outcomes
- Unit 1: What is Fashion?
- Unit 2: The Business of Fashion
- Unit 3: Fashion Design
- Unit 4: Indigenous Fashion
- Final Projects
ASSESSMENT & WEIGHTING:
- First Assignment 10%
- Learning Guides 35%
- Reflections and Discussions 20%
- Projects 35%
Prerequisites: Although a design background will help, there are no required prerequisites for this course.
Materials and Equipment: sewing machine, sewing tools, thread, fabric and other required materials.*
*Please note: The school does not supply materials or equipment.