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  • Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology
    WhitegatePR specializing in pet product market public relations and pet expert publicity SXD 625 Pet Apparel Fashion and Design 1 2 CEU Redirect your design and sewing skills into one of today s fastest growing markets fashion inspired pet clothing From bulldogs to American bobtails pets are strutting designer stuff and owners are vying for best dressed awards for their four legged family members This hands on workshop starts with an introduction to body forms functional needs and a seasonal fabric guide Ease of dressing and safety tips are considered in relation to T shirts winter coats and couture ensembles Learn how to create your own garments using sketches and get tips for developing a line and prospering in this exciting field Instructor Kris Lynch president Ruff Puppy Ruff Doggie a vertical pet product company former toy industry executive Paul Longo senior designer New York Dog LLC SXD 628 Patternmaking for Dog Garments Learn to make patterns to take dog and pet related design concepts from sketches to reality in this hands on workshop Instruction starts with the fundamentals of proper measuring on the doggie dress form to get the correct specifications for the needed pattern including slopers for size variety Learn to work with various dog body types to produce pattern pieces for garments collars and sleeves Make patterns in creative muslin for dresses coats and collars Bring to first class a 2 x18 clear plastic ruler french curve 17 measuring tape patternmaking paper and sharp 2 pencils Some additional expense for muslin straight pins etc explained at first class Instructor Katie Lewis designer professional pet fashion product patternmaker SXD 629 Advanced Patternmaking for Petwear Students of SXD628 learn to take their dog and pet related patternmaking skills to the next level in this hands on workshop Advanced bodice techniques sleeves cottons and lapels are introduced and emphasis is placed on consistent fit with slopers and muslins Bring to first class 2 x8 clear plastic ruler French curve 17 measuring tape patternmaking paper sharp 2 pencils Instructor Katie Lewis designer professional pet fashion product patternmaking SXD 630 Pet Accessories and Lifestyle Product Design 1 2 CEU There s a 41 billion and growing pet care and comfort industry with products that include accessory items like leashes collars and boots and lifestyle products ranging from toys to gym equipment to beds This exciting program gives you insight into the challenges of using fashion and industrial design concepts to create both soft and hard goods for the pet products market Emphasis is on creating products that meet today s consumer demand for more upscale fashionable items Great for portfolio expansion or as a prelude to a career move Instructor Kris Lynch president Ruff Puppy Ruff Doggie a vertical pet product company former toy industry executive SXD 632 Advanced Pet Wear Patternmaking and Tech Packs Pet wear and product designers learn to translate your concepts and patterns into tech packs an essential component to getting your designs into actual production Begin by

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  • Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Icon Nicholson SXR 028 Introduction to the Planning and Allocation Function 1 2 CEU Career opportunities in planning and allocation are not only plentiful but maintaining lean inventory is a significant focus for retailers during this economic downturn Learn the terminology used to discuss inventory management and the hands on skill needed to effectively and efficiently manage product This course focuses on the application of inventory management skills in an Excel spreadsheet environment Included are introduction to the terminology of planning and allocation the calculations used to effectively and efficiently manage inventory and use of Excel as an inventory management application How to apply calculations in various scenarios using Excel spreadsheets is demonstrated and results are evaluated and discussed in a round table format Instructor Vincent Quan associate professor Fashion Merchandising Management former retail and manufacturing planning and inventory control vice president Naomi Gross professor Fashion Merchandising Management former retail executive SXR 030 The Shopping Environment Developing the Wow Experience 0 9 CEU Experience the difference between merely acceptable and great customer service in this action packed program designed to improve brick and mortar store sales through sales associates performance Learn ways to foster a positive staff generated atmosphere as the key enabler to executing the five rights of merchandising product price time space and quantity Discover how the store s most important asset its associates need to perform to be the linchpin for a winning customer relationship Learn sales and service methods used by top retailers to wow the customer generate loyalty and return visits Instructor Elizabeth Burpoe wardrobe stylist Saks Fifth Avenue stores nationally recognized image consultant SXR 035 Real World Retailing Operations and Management 0 9 CEU Whether you work or want to work in product development retail buying and merchandising stores or even wholesale understanding operational aspects of the retail business is essential to your success This program covers store and non store aspects of retail operations including the functions of sales support real estate and construction logistics and supply chain management and customer service Through a critical look at real world situations and materials the impact on the customer the brand and financial results are considered Instructor Robert E Salerno retail consultant board member of Bon Ton Stores former retail executive SXR 040 Who Are Your Best Customers and How to Motivate Them to Buy 0 9 CEU A store is most likely to attract all of its repeat customers in its first 1 000 days This program teaches you how to capitalize on this maxim Learn to expand sales by identifying and catering to this limited target group defined by the 20 80 rule of retailing 20 percent of your customers will account for 80 percent of your profits Discover methods for uncovering who your best customers are how they behave and think and what will keep them loyal Methods of patronage stimulation are incorporated with guidance on developing strong targeted communications programs to increase individual spending and customer satisfaction Instructor Alan P Kelman president Alan P Kelman and Associates former principal and retail practice leader Booz Allen and Hamilton SXR 045 The Art of Clienteling and Customer Relationship Management 0 9 CEU Get up to the minute info from industry pros on the most important innitiatives for fostering repeat sales and retail customer satisfaction Increase your understanding of how customer information when efficiently gathered and synthesized through Customer Relationship Management CRM programs is used to further emotional connection with customers The techniques for evaluating implementing and maximizing CRM programs is featured Also discover out how Clienteling once exclusive to luxury retail but now in practice across retail segments helps to win the customer s mind and heart for a long term relationship Information covers how to implement Clienteling programs whether a retail business is class or mass and how to make the correct choices to effectively combine sales personnel and technological solutions for maximum customer loyalty Instructor Cheryl Beall president Retail 101 former luxury retail executive and Claude Johnson president KWI CRM former marketing senior vice president SXR 050 Intro to Retail Branding The Art of Customer Bonding Learn to bond with target customer groups to reinvigorate customer loyalty and reinforce the store as brand This interactive lab concentrates on new outreach methods in customer communications including special programs and publications promotions and in store events Learn how to become proficient at consumer centric retail marketing and use in store and in class case studies work to produce branding strategies that enhance the shopping experience Seminar leaders Arthur A Winters professor emeritus Advertising and Marketing Communications and Peggy Fincher Winters TFI Geomarketing Inc co authors The Power of Retail Branding and Brandstand Strategies for Retail Brand Building SXR 055 Omni Channel Retail What s Working and What s Not 0 9 CEU Whether you are looking to improve your own business or make a career move gain an understanding of omni channel retail including pure players bricks and mortar and multi channel operations Learn what constitutes a successful profitable business model Take an in depth look at star performers and emerging concepts as you participate in research and evaluation of current hot retailers discovering who the most successful merchants are and why in this up to minute market report Instructor Andrea Gulli independent consultant Fashion Retail Omni Channel Solutions SXR 058 Advanced E Tail and Social Commerce 0 9 CEU Certificate students should take SXR 055 prior to SXR 058 Gain a practical hands on education in using the power of the Internet and new interactive marketing strategies to grow a retail business profitably Explore how Blogs Facebook Twitter Mobile and On line Marketing should be coordinated for a successful multi channel marketing program destined to increase sales as well as company and brand profile Find out why hits are great but full carts are better Learn about innovative strategies that bring new prospects to a website converting them into loyal customers Find out the latest trends in where these new formats are

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  • Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology
    lines and create artwork for story boards and splash pages Learn different inking techniques and skills from pre production using Photoshop and InDesign Bring pencil eraser and 11 x18 Bristol board to the first class Computers will be provided for the last two sessions Instructor Joanne Sherrow freelance textile and jewelry designer SXC 110 Color Discovery Interactive Workshop Are you a color lover Immerse yourself in this one of a kind hands on color workshop featuring the work of the Bauhaus Masters Albers Klee Itten Experience a series of exercises using gauche colored paper and collage techniques to learn the dynamics and interaction of colors and nurture a whole new perspective Program includes an introduction to color theory based on Bauhaus methods and projects in chroma value and color relativity as well as optical mixtures the emotional aspects of color and color critiques and a visit to Chelsea art galleries art on the Highline lunch at Chelsea Market and an afternoon studio session with a working forecaster who will illustrate hoe to incorporate both historical contemporary art influences into the fashion or furnishings market Whether you are new to artistic expression or in need of a boost to your color sense for professional or artistic development let this unique program elevate your taste and design creativity Gallery and studio visits held on Friday Transportation and lunch is not included in course fee Open to 15 participants Color Aid paper and eraser provided Bring to first session scissors exacto knife metal straight edge ruler gauche box of 6 or 10 watercolor brush size 8 plastic water cup Bounty towels six sheets of black construction paper 12 x8 six sheets of white heavy paper 12 x18 three sheets of 12 x18 multi colored construction paper glue stick extra paper to paste on Some additional minimal expense possible Instructors Patricia Bouley owner Bouley Design Inc designer color trend forecasting writer artist and Neville Bean owner Neville Bean Design a trend based design studio SXD 110 Dog Anatomy and Behavior for Product Designers and Marketers with Mario DiFante Industry leader and founder of Pet Fashion Week Mario DiFante shares his canine expertise in this program conceived to help designers manufacturers and retailers improve product functionality Get a true understanding of body specific challenges and the accountability necessary to producing concepts and designs that must work for multiple breeds including dressing and fit realities Learn about dog behavioral traits important to the sale of care and comfort products as this industry veteran shares insight learned from running his own salon voted as top salon boutique in the US for the Millennium Market professionals as well as people looking to the pet market for a career crossover learn to distinguish between ideas that are creative cute and inventive and those that exemplify great design and sales worthiness Instructor Mario Di Fante executive director MD Productions Inc Pet Fashion Week international pet market leader SXE 110 Fashion Events Planning Confidential This workshop provides information and assignments from

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  • Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Sourcing raw materials chemicals used in processing energy and water use and finishing products and processes are just some of the considerations in developing sustainable textiles This course will cover all the components and considerations of sustainable materials for fashion It will also cover the eco labels that pertain to materials in the United States and as applicable worldwide markets and teach you how to evaluate these labels pros and cons We will also touch on eco labels that apply to the packaging and labeling necessary for the retail environment SUS 006 NAVIGATING SUSTAINABLE MANUFACTURING 1 2 CEU From concept to consumer this class will prepare designers to manufacture anywhere with ease Understanding the steps in the manufacturing process are key to anticipating and dealing with problems before they occur We will focus on the language of manufacturing identifying needs and considerations and the role of collaboration in successful manufacturing SUS 012 ETHICAL FASHION I 1 2 CEU This course gives designers product developers buyers and others the tools to creatively develop products that are beautiful commercial and sustainable The focus is on bringing sustainability and ethics into the design process and making responsible decisions about sourcing and manufacturing The course also provides an introduction to fair trade the support of endangered crafts the impact of textiles on the environment and a summary of the ethical and sustainable practices of some current fashion designers and developers SUS 013 ETHICAL FASHION II 1 2 CEU This course is project based and builds on all that is learned in Ethical Fashion I Students design a capsule collection apparel accessories pet accessories or home following ethical environmental and social practices Students will choose an eco friendly textile eco friendly closures labels and packaging and select an endangered craft to support and showcase Finally students present their lines and share their sustainable design philosophies with sketches and inspiration boards SUS 014 NATURAL DYEING 1 2 CEU Sourcing sustainable fabrics and finding the right eco dyes finishes to work with textiles is a multifaceted endeavor During this course you will gain sound fundamentals on both historical current and future sustainable textiles how to source for eco textiles as well as hands on demonstrations including direct color application such natural dyeing and printing pastes as well as how to set up an environmentally friendly dye print studio This class will be a combination of lectures group discussion and hands on demonstrations SUS 016 CLOTHING RECONSTRUCTION 1 2 CEU This class gives you a new way to look at your old clothing Bridgett Artise author of 25 Ways to Deconstruct Reinvent and Recycle Your Wardrobe which Nylon magazine calls shopping tips and sewing instructions for the very stylish and Glamour says is a totally cool how to book will teach you an innovative and sustainable way to stay fashionable Discover a unique way of recycling previously unwearable vintage old clothing by visiting the world of reconstruction Create sustainable fashion by splicing together collectible garments that have been

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  • Fashion Marketing China | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Barnes Noble at FIT Give to FIT News My FIT Information For Current Students Faculty Staff Alumni Recently Accepted Students Parents Employers Industry Adult Learners Career Professionals Home Center for Continuing and Professional Studies Courses Noncredit Courses Tools Of The Trade Fashion Marketing China In this section Fashion Marketing China Course Descriptions Brand Management Experience Certified Tech Designer Product Development Manager College Career Prep Color Specialist Fashion Products Track Color Specialist Image and Style Track Computer Technology Business Computer Technology Design and Video Computer Technology Patternmaking Computer Technology Seniors Cool New York Trend Talk and Tours Creative Enterprise Ownership Data Analytics Fashion Marketing and Retailing Fashion Business Fashion Events Planning Fashion Styling Home Fashion Market Image Consulting Master Class Series Media Events and Photography Pet Product Design and Marketing Omni Channel Retail Sustainable Design Entrepreneurs Tools of the Trade Wardrobe Technician and Costume Design Specialist Wearable and Decorative Arts Noncredit Courses Credit Courses Fashion Marketing China This course is geared toward small Fashion business owners who are contemplating China Market entry China is fast becoming the largest consumer of fashion and luxury products in the world In this class we tackle key issues in understanding this market and how it can impact your business By completing this course you can determine if the China market is right for you and understand key issues in developing your marketing strategy for this very misunderstood but strategic market Based in both New York and Shanghai Mark Greiz is currently the Chief Consultant of Mark Greiz Consulting a fashion and lifestyle marketing consultancy and an adjunct lecturer at FITs Dept of International Trade and Marketing Mark has an M B A from University of Hawaii and possesses nearly 20 years experience in international marketing and business development with a focus on the fashion cosmetics

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  • Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology
    advantages of having your product available online and shows you how to get it there TOT 109 Pattern Making Grading and Sample Making What really goes into the process of making a pattern a sample and marking and grading Get firsthand advice from industry professionals to fully understand the steps to make your product come to life TOT 112 Selecting a Showroom Finding the right showroom for your collection is a lot like Woody Allens line about dating The showrooms you want to be with typically wont have you The best showrooms have an established retail clientele and a list of notable designers that cater to their customers needs Understanding how to find the right showroom for your line is the first critical step Becoming knowledgeable about showroom fees including publicity and rack fees will give you the tools to make the right choice Finally we will give you insight into marketing and presenting your collection to a showroom Being in the right showroom is often the difference between success and failure for a collection TOT 113 Selecting a Trade Show The question we hear most from designers is Should I do a trade show followed quickly by What show should we do With well over 7 000 at stake for a tiny booth at a large show it is a question that merits much consideration This class helps break down the shows by market and locale they serve and helps you target shows by the types of retailers they attract If you are going to spend the money to participate in a trade show this class will give you the resources to make the correct choice Tools of the Trade Export TOT 205 Help from Government and Private Programs This course is an introduction to the variety of export assistance policies programs and initiatives available to help you effectively market your fashion apparel and accessories Explore the various export promotion strategies organized by the U S government New York State and New York City as well as private sector initiatives TOT 206 International Logistics International logistics the organized movement of goods services and people across countries is explored Participants survey international infrastructure challenges in the global environment freight costs of on ground ocean and air transportation systems and strategies for supply chain efficiency TOT 207 International Trade Finance This course introduces the basic strategic legal considerations for entering new markets Learn to read key contracts become familiar with the principal standard rules terms documents and laws that apply to international transactions understand the rules for letters of credit the use of pro forma invoices and purchase orders and the legal issues related to bills of lading Learn how to register and defend intellectual property rights in an international context TOT 208 International Fashion Law This course introduces the basic strategic legal considerations for entering new markets Learn to read key contracts become familiar with the principal standard rules terms documents and laws that apply to international transactions understand the

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  • Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology
    the creative innovation and the piratical responsibilities of this specialty are covered with first hand information about costume design in film television commercials theater etc Class exercises include breaking down a short film to determine costume needs how to create a costume plot and build character closets Collaboration and assembling a support team with emphasis on who does what is included Recommended for stylists designers and costume technicians Necessary art related materials will be discussed at first class approximately 30 35 Instructor Ingrid Price TV film theatrical costume designer SXG 130 Fashion in Film and Media 1 2 CEU View iconic films television shows and music videos that have impacted style of dress in recent decades in this energetic and captivating program Join with professionals of the entertainment world to discuss and critique the wardrobe style and theme of each movie show and music video featured Costume designers stylists and wardrobe technicians expand your creative perspectives and professional know how Fashion and film enthusiasts get a behind the scenes look at how some of the most influential characters have been created through wardrobe design selection and depiction Recommended book for this class The Astoria Studio and its Fabulous Films by Richard Koszarski available at Barnes Noble at FIT Instructor Isabel Rubio costume designer and wardrobe supervisor for film TV opera theater ballet and print SXG 140 Life Drawing Basics for Costume Design 1 2 CEU This exciting workshop teaches you the fundamentals of drawing and painting your own costume designs in a studio format You are guided through the basic techniques of sketching and painting costumes for film TV and theatre specifically as preparations for presenting your costume renderings in storyboard style for work in the entertainment industry Highly recommended for student or novice costume designers and stylists or working professionals who need a portfolio update Can be taken in advance of SXG 310 or as a co requisite Bring to first session 9x12 watercolor pad Strathmore 9x12 or larger tracing pad A watercolor set or gouache mid price set two sable brushes pencil and kneaded eraser and fine Faber Castell black ink pen Seminar leader Joan Chiverton advertising art director illustrator and pet portraitist SXG 142 Costume Design Storyboards and Rendering II This studio workshop continues teaching drawing and painting costume designs for film TV and theatre Recommended for students who have taken SXG 140 and want to progress to a higher level of execution or costume designers and stylists in need of updated material for portfolios and books Bring to first session 9x12 watercolor pad Strathmore 9x12 or larger tracing pad A watercolor set or gauche mid price set two sable brushes pencil and kneaded eraser and fine Faber Castell black ink pen Instructor Joan Chiverton advertising art director illustrator and pet portraitist SXG 300 Wardrobe Technician Career Start Up 1 2 CEU This course concentrates on advanced wardrobing functions as well as the practical aspects of starting a career Learn how to break down a script and

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  • Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Marian Fay Levitt jewelry designer SXW 110 Collectible Jewelry II and Beaded Wire Earrings Prerequisite Recommended Prerequisite SXW 100 Continue to develop your jewelry skills as you create more complex designs Learn how to attach pendants make jeweled tassels and design elegant multiple weaves and graduated multi stranded necklaces Principles of good design color and proper fit are discussed Make necklaces and earrings working with wire and chain Separate 30 materials fee payable at first session Bring to first session a terry cloth towel two flat nosed pliers one round chain nose plier and a wire cutter Separate materials fee of 30 payable at first session Class limited to 16 Workshop leader Marian Fay Levitt jewelry designer SXW 115 Sterling Silver Link Jewelry Workshop If jewelry making is your passion learn to work in sterling silver to capture the techniques necessary for making links and chains Workshop begins with construction of a classic sterling silver link bracelet As your proficiency increases graduate to making a pin or pendant piece Let sterling silver add a new level of fashion and value to your work Bring to first session an industrial style apron bench brush brass scratch brush goggles bench pin one pair of flat pliers one pointed pliers one saw frame 5 or 6 1 saw blades 2 doz and 1 ounce of 2mm sterling silver wire All materials available at All Craft 135 West 29th Street Suite 205 Additional tools equipment and materials will be provided though some additional materials to be explained at first session will be required Instructor Garnet Barracks jewelry designer SXW 125 Handcrafted Costume Jewelry I From Design to Creation Graduate beyond making beaded jewelry to designing and creating unique pieces in brass copper or a combination of both Start with a pendant that becomes a necklace that turns into a brooch Create your own design or adapt a historic or ethnic prototype Work hands on in a specially equipped lab learning important metal techniques such as cutting forming filing polishing and assembling You ll be amazed at how a simple piece of metal transforms into a treasure as you develop proficiencies shared by working jewelry designers Bring to first session The Handmade Costume Jewelry Kit at a discounted price of 170 at All Craft 135 West 29th Street Suite 205 Additional tools equipment and materials provided Instructor Vladimir Deming MA in decorative art decorative jewelry designer antiques restorer SXW 126 Handcrafted Costume Jewelry II Studio Prerequisite SXW 125 Students who have completed SXW 125 continue to work hands on refining their metalworking skills in order to produce beautifully executed professional jewelry pieces Program introduces refined techniques and complex projects Bring to first class tools purchased for SXW 125 Additional tools and materials provided Some additional expense for personal project work Instructor Vladimir Deming MA in decorative art decorative jewelry designer antiques restorer SXW 130 Intro to Plexi Fashion Jewelry This hot fabrication once thought of as purely industrial is the new runway trend and lux style element Design and make your own set of contemporary jewelry out of clear colored transparent or opaque Plexiglas rings earrings or bracelets This course teaches you basic techniques on how to work with Plexiglas and gives you a start at creating unique one of a kind colorful fashion jewelry Work under close supervision with plenty of guidance so that after completion of the course you will be able to make jewelry at home which requires a minimum amount of tools and space Bring to first class The kit at a discounted price of 172 00 at All Craft 135 W 29th St Sutie 205 212 279 7077 Some additional expense for materials and tools Additional equipment provided Workshop Leader Vladimir Deming MA in decorative art decorative jewelry designer antiques restorer SXW 200 Knitting for Pleasure Learn to make hand knit designer inspired sweaters from start to finish Workshop teaches you to write your own instructions and to measure and convert properly Assembly and blocking are demonstrated Recommended for people with basic knitting skills who are interested in producing beautiful sweaters at a fraction of the normal cost Advanced instruction in more challenging designs and stitches available to experienced knitters Bring two sets of straight knitting needles size 8 and size 9 and two balls of worsted weight yarn same color Some additional supplies required Knowledge of basic hand knit stitches required Class limited to 16 Workshop leader Arnetta Kenney adjunct assistant professor Textile Surface Design boutique knitwear designer SXW 201 Knitting for Novices If you long to take SXW 200 but don t knit or haven t in a long time learn or reacquaint yourself with the basic hand knit stitches fabrics and techniques in this knitting start up program Learn knit and purl combinations how to measure and fit properly intarsia color knitting basic cable stitches seams and finishing A small seasonal project is completed If you are new to knitting take this program prior to SXW 200 Bring two sets of straight knitting needles sizes 8 and 9 and two balls of worsted weight yarn same color Some additional supplies required Class limited to 16 Workshop leader Arnetta Kenney adjunct assistant professor Textile Surface Design boutique knitwear designer SXW 220 Beginners Machine Knitting Learn to produce garments with a hand knit look through introductory machine knitting Whether or not you own a machine the basic techniques covered enable you to pursue knit production Attendees start by making a sweater at their own pace and can advance to additional garments in SXW 230 Workshop leaders Kathryn Malik technologist Textile Development and Marketing and Marian Grealish Forino adjunct assistant professor Textile Development and Marketing SXW 230 Machine Knitting II Prerequisite SXW 220 Continue to develop machine knitting skills learned in SXW 220 using your own standard gauge tools Program stresses sophisticated stitches and additional garment construction at the intermediate and advanced levels Workshop leaders Kathryn Malik technologist Textile Development and Marketing and Marian Grealish Forino adjunct assistant professor Textile

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