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  • HS International Trade and Marketing Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology
    FIT Information For Current Students Faculty Staff Alumni Recently Accepted Students Parents Employers Industry Adult Learners Career Professionals Home Precollege Programs High School and Middle School Classes Course Selection High School Itm In this section HS International Trade and Marketing Opening Day Supply Lists HS Fashion Design Apparel Course Descriptions HS Fashion Design Art Course Descriptions HS Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing Course Descriptions HS Fashion Design Menswear Design Course Descriptions HS Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Course Descriptions HS Fine Arts Course Descriptions HS Fabric Styling Course Descriptions HS Fashion Business Management Course Descriptions HS Toy Design Course Descriptions HS Textile Surface Design Course Descriptions HS Textile Development and Marketing Course Descriptions HS Patternmaking Technology Course Descriptions HS Packaging Design Course Descriptions HS Photography Course Descriptions HS Precollege Technology Course Descriptions HS Interior Design Course Descriptions HS Illustration Course Descriptions HS International Trade and Marketing Course Descriptions HS Production Management Fashion and Related Industries Course Descriptions HS Accessories Design Course Descriptions HS Jewelry Design Course Offerings Middle School Precollege Workshop Course Descriptions High School Precollege Workshop Course Descriptions HS Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Course Descriptions HS Computer Animation and Interactive Media Course Descriptions Middle School Summer Live Course Descriptions High School Fall Saturday Sunday Live Course Listings and Times FIT s Precollege Essay Recommendations HS Film and Media Course Descriptions HS Advertising and Marketing Communications Course Descriptions HS Communication Design Course Descriptions HS International Trade and Marketing Course Descriptions Do you want your career to take you from New York to Tokyo to Turkey Explore international trade and marketing careers with apparel manufacturers textile and textile related manufacturers retailers governments distribution areas international trade banks and shipping services Please note Not all courses are offered each semester HIN 131 International Fashion Marketing It s a small world but how

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  • HS Production Management: Fashion and Related Industries Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Fashion Design Apparel Course Descriptions HS Fashion Design Art Course Descriptions HS Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing Course Descriptions HS Fashion Design Menswear Design Course Descriptions HS Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Course Descriptions HS Fine Arts Course Descriptions HS Fabric Styling Course Descriptions HS Fashion Business Management Course Descriptions HS Toy Design Course Descriptions HS Textile Surface Design Course Descriptions HS Textile Development and Marketing Course Descriptions HS Patternmaking Technology Course Descriptions HS Packaging Design Course Descriptions HS Photography Course Descriptions HS Precollege Technology Course Descriptions HS Interior Design Course Descriptions HS Illustration Course Descriptions HS International Trade and Marketing Course Descriptions HS Production Management Fashion and Related Industries Course Descriptions HS Accessories Design Course Descriptions HS Jewelry Design Course Offerings Middle School Precollege Workshop Course Descriptions High School Precollege Workshop Course Descriptions HS Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Course Descriptions HS Computer Animation and Interactive Media Course Descriptions Middle School Summer Live Course Descriptions High School Fall Saturday Sunday Live Course Listings and Times FIT s Precollege Essay Recommendations HS Film and Media Course Descriptions HS Advertising and Marketing Communications Course Descriptions HS Communication Design Course Descriptions HS Production Management Fashion and Related Industries Course Descriptions Discover how sewn products are made from dresses to car seats to parachutes and explore careers in the management of the production process including production control sourcing costing engineering product development quality assurance and technical design Please note Not all courses are offered each semester HMG 164 Fashion Entrepreneurship Learn how to start and operate a small business focusing on fashion accessories and licensed merchandise Develop your own product or service idea and then develop a marketing strategy identify funding opportunities and formulate a business plan to bring that idea into the market Youll also develop a personal business philosophy and learn how

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  • HS Accessories Design Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Design Course Descriptions HS Textile Surface Design Course Descriptions HS Textile Development and Marketing Course Descriptions HS Patternmaking Technology Course Descriptions HS Packaging Design Course Descriptions HS Photography Course Descriptions HS Precollege Technology Course Descriptions HS Interior Design Course Descriptions HS Illustration Course Descriptions HS International Trade and Marketing Course Descriptions HS Production Management Fashion and Related Industries Course Descriptions HS Accessories Design Course Descriptions HS Jewelry Design Course Offerings Middle School Precollege Workshop Course Descriptions High School Precollege Workshop Course Descriptions HS Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Course Descriptions HS Computer Animation and Interactive Media Course Descriptions Middle School Summer Live Course Descriptions High School Fall Saturday Sunday Live Course Listings and Times FIT s Precollege Essay Recommendations HS Film and Media Course Descriptions HS Advertising and Marketing Communications Course Descriptions HS Communication Design Course Descriptions HS Accessories Design Course Descriptions Are you passionate about bags Belts What about shoes Learn about styling design product development leather accessories and patternmaking careersthe hottest markets in the fashion industry Please note Not all courses are offered each semester HLD 030 Constructing Handbags and Tech Accessories and Cases Learn how to design and create your own one of a kind bags Projects include a tote bag laptop notebook case and a cross body messenger bag Learn how to sew on an industrial machine utilize tools used in the accessory industry shop the NYC fashion district to choose your materials and hardware and create three bags that are truly your own designs Youll also learn basic sketching and presentation techniques required for your portfolio Gallery See more here HLD 031 Sneakerology Sneaker freakers fashionistas and advocates of all things different will love this course This class will walk you through the development of professional sketches for your own sneaker design Youll learn the

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  • HS Jewelry Design Course Offerings | Fashion Institute of Technology
    News My FIT Information For Current Students Faculty Staff Alumni Recently Accepted Students Parents Employers Industry Adult Learners Career Professionals Home Precollege Programs High School and Middle School Classes Course Selection High School Jewelry Design In this section Portfolio Building Courses Jewelry Design AAS HS Jewelry Design Opening Day Supply Lists HS Fashion Design Apparel Course Descriptions HS Fashion Design Art Course Descriptions HS Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing Course Descriptions HS Fashion Design Menswear Design Course Descriptions HS Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Course Descriptions HS Fine Arts Course Descriptions HS Fabric Styling Course Descriptions HS Fashion Business Management Course Descriptions HS Toy Design Course Descriptions HS Textile Surface Design Course Descriptions HS Textile Development and Marketing Course Descriptions HS Patternmaking Technology Course Descriptions HS Packaging Design Course Descriptions HS Photography Course Descriptions HS Precollege Technology Course Descriptions HS Interior Design Course Descriptions HS Illustration Course Descriptions HS International Trade and Marketing Course Descriptions HS Production Management Fashion and Related Industries Course Descriptions HS Accessories Design Course Descriptions HS Jewelry Design Course Offerings Middle School Precollege Workshop Course Descriptions High School Precollege Workshop Course Descriptions HS Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Course Descriptions HS Computer Animation and Interactive Media Course Descriptions Middle School Summer Live Course Descriptions High School Fall Saturday Sunday Live Course Listings and Times FIT s Precollege Essay Recommendations HS Film and Media Course Descriptions HS Advertising and Marketing Communications Course Descriptions HS Communication Design Course Descriptions HS Jewelry Design Course Offerings Discover the artistry of jewelry making as you investigate a career as a designer self employed jeweler or executive in fine and fashion jewelry manufacturing Please note Not all courses are offered each semester HJD 019 Jewelry Design Studio I Work with enameling and metals and learn to use a variety of jewelry making tools

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  • Middle School Precollege Workshop Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Finding Inspiration Where do designers come up with their next great idea Museums galleries stores architecture food songs history the list is endless Youll learn how to translate just about anything you like into womenswear fashion inspiration JSX 019 Fashion History Trends Through the Decades Students are introduced to Western fashion from the 20th century to the present day This workshop discusses the relationship of events key fashion designers and movements that affect fashion As you will learn fashion tends to repeat itself Fashion also seems to reflect whats going on in society at that particular time Learn how fashion is a reflection of trends in art music and technology and compare the silhouettes and distinctive qualities of fashion periods throughout history You will get to research and create a mood board representing the historical time period that inspires you You will learn about what people wore along with who or what influenced fashion and style during that time JSX 025 Lets Create Comix Focus on the basic building blocks of comic book storytelling story character design and page layout Students will create written scenes or one will be provided for you and go from thumbnails and character sketches to a penciled layout of a page reviewing and critiquing the steps as they go along Students will explore the use of photo reference as a means of making fantasies look real The class will discuss the students creative ambitions and the importance of reading as a stimulant in the creative process Gallery JSX 030 Composition and Space This course will introduce general drawing principles and techniques Subjects from observation include still life self portrait cityscape and figure in a room with a focus on line shading composition and perspective A variety of materials will be incorporated into projects JSX 031 Basic Drawing Skills This course will introduce you to general drawing principles and techniques Observational drawing is introduced with a focus on line contour shading composition and perspective JSX 035 Color Theory and Application This course focuses on color wheel mixing color temperature use of warm and cool colors complimentary colors and color painting Students then use this information to create a number of compositions Emphasis is placed on working abstractly and use of texture and collaging to create final products Gallery JSX 036 Life Drawing for Middle School If youre looking at art high schools you know that many of them want to see a portfolio with samples of life drawings observational drawings or a portrait Well weve got you covered In this course youll work from live clothed models and learn how to draw what you see Dont worry we make the techniques easy and fun to learn Youll focus on line proportion gesture and composition and if you dont know what that means well teach you that too Perfect class for beginning artists Gallery JSX 038 Multiple Media Workshop Learn how to use a variety of media towards developing your own artistic vision Drawing with watercolor crayons

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  • High School Precollege Workshop Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology
    more about global inspirations HSX 093 55A Photoshop for Fashion Designers Learn how Adobe Photoshop can turn your sketches into professional portfolio ready presentations Use Adobe Photoshop s digital tools techniques and filters to enhance your work and create virtual backgrounds for your drawings View your original designs in a variety of solids plaids and prints you design yourself Bring your black and white or color original fashion sketches to the first class Gallery HSX 095 Costume and Couture Rendering Lots of Sequins Feathers Fur Velvet Taffeta Plaid And the list goes on Learn how to design and render many fabrics and understand how fabrication on design comes to life Students will learn the techniques of applying shadows and shadings and learn to render and understand womenswear costume and the characteristics of various of fabrics Look to Alexander McQueen and Vivienne Westwood as some of your inspirations Gallery HSX 098 The Future of Fashion Wearable Technology Design Sportswear that monitors vital signs club clothes with LED lights smart shirts that allow you to interact with a program youre viewing and 3 D body scanning are just some examples of wearable technology Your future as a designer may be highly influenced by these innovations as the industry begins to redefine fashion This course will introduce students to emerging technologies which will be used as the inspiration for their original womenswear fashion designs At the end of this course students will have rendered fashion illustrations that depict how they would use technology as designers of the future Illustrations may be used in portfolio submissions if created on students original croquis Examples of wearable technology HSX 099 Week in the Life of a Fashion Concept Designer In the fashion industry concept designers provide creative direction and inspiration for their labels seasonal lines In this workshop students will hear from professionals at leading companies who will demonstrate how conceptual thinking is crucial to the fashion design process including the apparel accessories and footwear industries In turn students will learn how to be thoughtful and innovative as well as tell stories with their own design ideas They will become experts at finding and curating visual inspiration to take them to the next design level to give their work depth and a competitive edge Projects to include new designs for a graphic T shirt backpack and sneakers Students will also have the opportunity to revamp their existing designs with the new skills they ve learned Basic fashion drawing skills required Gallery Learn more about being a fashion concept designer and trends in the industry here HSX 103 Leather Sewing Intensive Students will learn how to sew leather on industrial sewing machines Learn how to apply zippers machine applied decorative finishing techniques and much much more At the end of this fun and creative workshop students will have designed and constructed a zippered case If time permits students can go on to additional projects such as a leather belt and other small leather accessories This leather sewing

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  • HS Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Development and Marketing Course Descriptions HS Patternmaking Technology Course Descriptions HS Packaging Design Course Descriptions HS Photography Course Descriptions HS Precollege Technology Course Descriptions HS Interior Design Course Descriptions HS Illustration Course Descriptions HS International Trade and Marketing Course Descriptions HS Production Management Fashion and Related Industries Course Descriptions HS Accessories Design Course Descriptions HS Jewelry Design Course Offerings Middle School Precollege Workshop Course Descriptions High School Precollege Workshop Course Descriptions HS Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Course Descriptions HS Computer Animation and Interactive Media Course Descriptions Middle School Summer Live Course Descriptions High School Fall Saturday Sunday Live Course Listings and Times FIT s Precollege Essay Recommendations HS Film and Media Course Descriptions HS Advertising and Marketing Communications Course Descriptions HS Communication Design Course Descriptions CONNECT WITH US HS Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Course Descriptions Please note Not all courses are offered each semester HDE 112 Graphic Design for Parties Events and Fashion Promotions If you want your portfolio to dazzle with captivating design pieces reflecting the hottest retail trends this class is for you Using basic Adobe Illustrator software you will learn how to create innovative graphics for the presentation of consumer merchandise for a current fashion designer You will design graphic solutions for the launch of your own selection of this designers new product line inclusive of a logo shopping bag and a poster HDE 114 Styling of Fashion Food and Home Products for the Visual Industry If youre considering a career in the visual presentation industry you must develop a keen eye for detail and style This course introduces styling techniques for fashion print ads retail home decoration and media opportunities Assignments will include set and prop styling styling for a fashion shoot for food presentations and styling for the home Students will design resource style and compose three dimensional works that will include merchandise props and backgrounds All work will be digitally photographed by the instructor for students to use in their portfolios Gallery HDE 115 In Store Marketing and Retail Event Planning Students are introduced to the required skills and concepts surrounding special events promotions and large scale event planning within the Retail and Special Exhibition Environments and Industries such as new product launches or the opening of a new retail store Students will learn to conceptualize research design and create event kits as well as promotional materials as they relate to Retail Openings and Special Events Additional topics discussed will be Brand Identity Theme Functions and Decor Student projects may include a fragrance launch an opening party or an album release event Put your party hat on and design your dream event Gallery HDE 116 In Store Merchandising Techniques How do today s most popular stores compare to each other What makes one store hot and one store cool while still appealing to the same consumer market Students will learn to create branded environments and display presentations based on top trend designers and retailers Working individually and in teams students will be

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  • HS Computer Animation and Interactive Media Course Descriptions | Fashion Institute of Technology
    Computer Animation and Interactive Media Opening Day Supply Lists HS Fashion Design Apparel Course Descriptions HS Fashion Design Art Course Descriptions HS Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing Course Descriptions HS Fashion Design Menswear Design Course Descriptions HS Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Course Descriptions HS Fine Arts Course Descriptions HS Fabric Styling Course Descriptions HS Fashion Business Management Course Descriptions HS Toy Design Course Descriptions HS Textile Surface Design Course Descriptions HS Textile Development and Marketing Course Descriptions HS Patternmaking Technology Course Descriptions HS Packaging Design Course Descriptions HS Photography Course Descriptions HS Precollege Technology Course Descriptions HS Interior Design Course Descriptions HS Illustration Course Descriptions HS International Trade and Marketing Course Descriptions HS Production Management Fashion and Related Industries Course Descriptions HS Accessories Design Course Descriptions HS Jewelry Design Course Offerings Middle School Precollege Workshop Course Descriptions High School Precollege Workshop Course Descriptions HS Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design Course Descriptions HS Computer Animation and Interactive Media Course Descriptions Middle School Summer Live Course Descriptions High School Fall Saturday Sunday Live Course Listings and Times FIT s Precollege Essay Recommendations HS Film and Media Course Descriptions HS Advertising and Marketing Communications Course Descriptions HS Communication Design Course Descriptions HS Computer Animation and Interactive Media Course Descriptions Create animated content for the web Explore career possibilities including being an animator storyboard artist creative or technical director or effect artist Please note Not all courses are offered each semester HGD 174 2 D Animation Using Adobe Photoshop and After Effects Level 1 Used in producing animated gifs for the web and movies Adobe Photoshop is the software used by industry to create two dimensional animations and set up files to be animated in After Effects Students will learn the basics of Adobe Photoshop for the first few days and then transition to

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