FT3305 Syllabus - Concepts And Evolution Of Fashion And Design - 2021 Regulation Anna University

FT3305 Syllabus - Concepts And Evolution Of Fashion And Design - 2021 Regulation Anna University

FT3305

CONCEPTS AND EVOLUTION OF FASHION AND DESIGN

 LTPC

3003

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
• To introduce briefly the basic concepts of fashion and design to the students
• To acquaint the student with the history of fashion, its elements, traditional costumes of various cultures of the world

UNIT I

6

Development of Figured Motif; Forms – Natural, Geometrical, Artificial, and Abstract; Bases – Diamond, Ogee, and Diagonal; Arrangement – Plain, Twill, and Sateen; Principles – Half Drop Straight, and Half Drop Reverse. Garment design – Classification - structural, decorative and functional

UNIT II

12

Elements of Design –line, shape, form, size, colour, texture and pattern; Principles of design – Harmony, Balance, Rhythm, Emphasis and Proportion; introducing elements and principles of design in apparels. Colour – definition; dimensions of colour-hue, value and intensity; colour harmonies, warm and cool colours; advancing and receding colours; colour theories – Prang colour system and Munsell colour system


UNIT III

9

Fashion fundamentals– definition, tangibles and intangibles of fashion; fashion life cycle; factors influencing fashion; fashion adoption theories. Fashion terminology -street fashion, recurring fashion, mass fashion, fashion trend, fashion shows, style, chic, boutique, Haute Couture; role of a fashion designer

UNIT IV

9

History of world costumes –principle garments and textiles of Egyptian, Greek, medieval English, Renaissance French costumes History of Indian costumes – Ancient garments during the Mauryan and Guptha period Traditional Indian costumes - Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Bengal, Manipur, Jammu & Kashmir, Manipur, Orissa, Maharashtra

UNIT V

9

Traditional Indian textiles: Motifs, colour combinations and designs of Hand-woven Textiles - Banaras Brocades, Jamdani Saris, Paithani Saris, Kanchipuram Saris, Chanderi Saris Printed Textiles - Bagru prints from Rajasthan, Kalamkari from Andhra Pradesh. Embroidered Textiles - Kashida, Phulkari, Chamba, Rumal, Chikankari, Phool Patti ka Kaam, Zardozi, Kasuti, Kantha, Pipli Applique. Resist Dyed Textiles - Bandhani, Bandhej & Lehariya of Rajasthan, Ikat and Patola of Gujarat

45 periods

COURSE OUTCOMES:: Upon completion of the course, students will be able to
Upon the completion of this course, the students shall understand the  Development of textile designs and garment designs  Adapt elements & principles of design in context to Textiles and Apparels  Basic concepts of fashion fundamental and terminology  Identify the traditional world costumes and textiles of India.  Summarize the traditional Indian textiles, embroideries and printing

TEXT BOOKS:
Vandana Bhenderi, “Costume, Textiles and Jewellery of India – Traditions in Rajasthan”, Prakash Books, New Delhi, 2004. 2. Fillow J and Bernard N Thomas and Hudson, “Traditional Indian Textiles”, Prentice Hall, India,1993. 3. Alkazi, Roshen. Ancient Indian Costume. [New Delhi]: Art Heritage, 1983

REFERENCES:
Hart A North S V and A Museum, “Historical Fashion in detail the 17th and 18th Centuries”, McMillan, India, 1998. 2. Kathy Alert, "Traditional folk costumes of Europe paper dolls in full color”, Dover publications, Inc., Newyork,1984. 3. Diane T. and Cassidy T., “Colour forecasting”, Blackwell Publishing, 2005, ISBN: 1405121203 / ISBN: 978-1405121200. 4. Elaine Stone and Jean A. Samples, “Fashion Merchandising”, McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1985, ISBN: 0070617422. 5. Marian L. Davis, “Visual Design and Dress”, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, 1996, ISBN: 0131121294 / ISBN: 978-0131121294. 6. Naik, S. D., Traditional embroideries of India. 1996, APH Publishing

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