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1 Course Bachelor of Fashion Design Course Code BFD16 Location City Campus, St Kilda Road Contact Julie Wright, Course Leader: PUBLIC Holmesglen: bh 19-Dec-2016 Q:\Projects\Higher Ed Reporting\B_H\WEBSITES\HIT WEBSITE\Degree Curriculum Maps\Bach of Fashion Design - Curr Map.docx Page 1 of 7

2 Year 1, Semester 1 Subject title Pattern Engineering 1 Manufacturing and Pre-production 1 Design Innovation 1 Professional Practice and Industry Issues Subject code BFD101 BFD102 BFD103 BFD104 Prerequisite Corequisite Learning Outcomes Identify and take measurements from landmarks on the dress form and live models (WW) Use basic industrial machinery specific to the apparel industry Demonstrate questioning and reflection of the design process through practice Examine examples of the fashion industry supply chain Identify a variety of different body shapes from measurements collected Apply data from sizing standards to develop master blocks for the body Develop basic skirt, pant, bodice and sleeve master blocks using flat pattern and digital methods, including digitised blocks Create simple style variations on the skirt and pant blocks Create basic specification documentation to be used in pre-production and construction processes Cut, construct and make fitting adjustments to create toiles from blocks Cut out and construct basic samples Present a series of basic sewing applications that could be applied to sewn apparel Identify and demonstrate the pivotal fashion silhouettes in history with reference to construction techniques and manufacture Demonstrate fundamental characteristics associated with natural and man-made fibres Create and communicate fashion images, using introductory design software and hand drawing and employing correct terminology Investigate forecasting resources to identify trends in colour, silhouette and trims Research and identify a target market Determine styles based on target market scope Prepare basic costing information for apparel Present a collection of resource information from local and interstate suppliers specific to the apparel industry. Weekly contact 10 hours 4 hours 5 hours 3 hours Assessment Manual block and style development 50% Computer block and style development 30% Test 20% Sample library 30% Toiles from blocks 20% Three sewn productions 50% Design folio/sketchbook 30% Presentation folio 40% Design Communication CAD 30% Comparative analysis 40% Design concepts presentation and rationale 40% Sourcing folder 20% Page 2 of 7

3 Year 1, Semester 2 Subject title Pattern Engineering 2 Manufacturing and Pre-production 2 Design Innovation 2 Professional Practice and Industry Issues 2 Subject code BFD105 BFD106 BFD107 BFD108 Prerequisite BFD101 Pattern Engineering 1 BFD102 Manufacturing and Pre-production 1 BFD103 Design Innovation1 BFD104 Professional Practice and Industry Issues 1 Corequisite BFD106 Manufacturing and Pre-Production 2 BFD105 Pattern Engineering 2 Learning Outcomes Develop a series of secondary blocks (WW) Develop a basic close fitting block, sleeve block and classic trouser block (MW) Apply basic styling applications to develop patterns from own designs at a beginner s level (WW) Apply basic knowledge of body growth to standard size blocks to grade (WW, MW) Use CAPD to create costing markers Use basic and selected specialist industrial machinery to create sewn apparel Create specification documentation Create a manual marker for cutting lays Cut out and construct prototypes for a variety of styles Present a series of intermediate sewing applications that could be applied to sewn apparel Propose solutions using the design process in response to a fashion design brief Create inspiration/mood and story boards to effectively communicate design concepts Evaluate the key fashion designers and styles from the 20th Century in terms of their impact on pattern engineering and manufacturing Investigate fibres, yarns and fabrics and their performance and handling characteristics Using contemporary terminology present and effectively communicate concepts and develop designs Discuss external factors that impact on fashion Review the history of exploitation within the Australian garment industry Explore ethical manufacturing on-shore Investigate sustainable business and design practices Investigate the environmental impact from TCF industries Identify fashion designers currently implementing sustainable and ethical practices Create and effectively communicate fashion images using introductory design software Weekly contact 10 hours 4 hours 5 hours 3 hours Assessment Manual block and style development 50% Computer block and style development 30% Test 20% Sample library 30% Toiles and final sample 35% Student designs 35% Design Folio/Sketchbook 20% Major Design Brief 20% Fabric Folio 30% Design Communication CAD 30% Essay 35% Essay 35% Class-based tasks 30% Page 3 of 7

4 Year 2, Semester 3 Subject title Pattern Engineering 3 Manufacturing and Pre-production 3 Design Innovation 3 Professional Practice and Industry Issues 3 Subject code BFD201 BFD202 BFD203 BFD204 Prerequisite BFD105 Pattern Engineering 2 BFD106 Manufacturing and Pre-production 2 BFD107 Design Innovation 2 BFD108 Professional Practice and Industry Issues 2 Corequisite BFD202 Manufacturing and Pre-production 3 BFD201 Pattern Engineering 3 Learning Outcomes Perform intermediate style modifications to develop patterns (MW and WW) Develop blocks for an individual or dress form based on a recognised body shape (WW or MW) Create pant and shirt blocks (MW) Use CAPD to create blocks and patterns for an outfit (MW or WW) Create test fit toiles to check the fitting of the draft (MW and WW) Analyse the production planning and construction process for bulk order production within the CMT model of manufacturing Prepare costing and quality assurance information including style, construction, and size information Construct and fit styled garments selecting and applying appropriate techniques Present a series of intermediate sewing applications using fabrics that require a high level of fine sewing skills. Explore inspiration for fashion design themes Create trade sketches for fashion designs to support pattern development Create mood/inspiration boards and story boards Appraise pattern drafting techniques of 18th and 19th century fashion trends and silhouettes Create fashion designs using CAD programs Propose solutions using the design process in response to a fashion design brief Create a comprehensive business plan for an apparel business Conduct market research to identify and select a target market Develop and present marketing materials to support the apparel business plan Compare various business organisational structures Debate business ideas and models in terms of commercial viability Demonstrate an understanding contemporary business terminology used in the business planning process Weekly contact 8 hours 4 hours 5 hours 3 hours Assessment Style library 40% Student directed designs 40% Test 20% Report 20% Sample library 35% Student directed designs 45% Design folio/sketchbook 40% Major Design Brief 25% Design Communication CAD 35% Class-based tasks 30% Marketing presentation 35% Business plan 35% Page 4 of 7

5 Year 2, Semester 4 Subject title Pattern Engineering 4 Manufacturing and Pre-production 4 Design Innovation 4 Professional Practice and Industry Issues 4 Subject code BFD205 BFD206 BFD207 BFD208 Prerequisite BFD201 Pattern Engineering 3 BFD202 Manufacturing and Pre-production 3 BFD203 Design Innovation 3 BFD204 Professional Practice and Industry Issues 3 Corequisite BFD206 Manufacturing and Pre-production 4 BFD205 Pattern Engineering 4 Learning Outcomes Develop blocks and styled patterns for stretch fabric (MW and WW) Apply draping methods and principles to create new designs Generate patterns and documentation for a classic women s jacket with revere collar Create and present patterns for a mini fashion range with fit analysis specification documentation Develop blocks and styled patterns for children s wear Effectively demonstrate an understanding of the various apparel manufacturing models used globally Investigate and report on pre-production and manufacturing processes used in Australia Construct a mini fashion range from toiles to finished garments for a fit model Create pre-production documentation for a mini fashion range using technology Appraise key periods and movements in art history and their impact on fashion styles and trends Create a series of fashion artworks in response to a design brief to communicate design concepts by using manual and CAD techniques Produce a series of trade sketches demonstrating attention to garment design and construction detail Use CAD programs to design colour and print variations for fashion designs Critique common styles and silhouettes in fashion design from the 16th and 17th centuries with reference to pattern engineering and manufacturing Investigate working conditions for offshore garment workers Explore issues related to ethics in the fashion industry Review intellectual property regulations in Australia within a commercial fashion context Critically analyse the role of the media in fashion Explore the impact of fashion advertising on the consumers perception of the body Discuss environmental and ethical issues in the textile, clothing and footwear (TCF) industries that impact design directions or decisions Weekly Contact 8 hours 4 hours 5 hours 3 hours Assessment Manual pattern engineering 35% CAPD 35% Mini fashion range 30% Report and presentation 20% Style library/sample folder 30% Mini fashion range 50% Design folio/sketchbook 40% Major design brief 25% Design Communication CAD 35% Essay Group presentation and written report 45% Class-based tasks 20% Page 5 of 7

6 Year 3, Semester 5 Subject title Pattern Engineering 5 Manufacturing and Pre-production 5 Design Innovation 5 Professional Practice and Industry Issues 5 Subject code BFD301 BFD302 BFD303 BFD304 Prerequisite BFD205 Pattern Engineering 4 BFD206 Manufacturing and Pre-production 4 BFD207 Design Innovation 4 BFD208 Professional Practice and Industry Issues 4 Corequisite BFD302 Manufacturing and Pre-production 5 BFD301 Pattern Engineering 5 Learning Outcomes Analyse pattern components of tailored jackets/coats Develop and maintain records and documentation for a fashion range Respond creatively and commercially to a thematic fashion industry directed brief Use persuasive techniques to communicate in written and oral format Compile size charts for a chosen market Create graded master and secondary blocks for a fashion range (MW and/or WW) Develop patterns for styles that reflect current trends (MW and/or WW) Compile specification documentation for styles and blocks Construct toiles, samples, and finished garments for a fashion range in response to an industry brief or competition Apply basic, intermediate and advanced construction techniques where appropriate using specialist machinery Perform fitting procedures at various stages of construction development Apply quality standards to sewn work for samples and garments Evaluate the techniques used in historical and contemporary tailoring techniques Critically analyse fashion styles and social trends of historical and contemporary tailored silhouettes relevant to the chosen market, consumer in reference to pattern engineering and manufacturing Develop trade sketches and production design specifications to inform design Create commercial and market relevant design concepts in response to a design brief using advanced design software Compare similarities and differences in verbal and non-verbal language across various cultures. Evaluate personal presentation skills in videotaped recordings Operate technical equipment effectively to support presentations. Interact constructively in a variety of role-play scenarios exploring written, oral, visual and nonverbal communications. Prepare and present refined ideas and design concepts to an audience Weekly Contact 6 hours 3 hours 5 hours 3 hours Assessment Garment analysis 15% Block Development 35% Fashion range patterns 50% Catalogue of advanced construction techniques 20% Style library 30% Construct a fashion range 50% Design Proposal and Rationale 30% Design Collection and Presentation 30% Communication material for manufactured capsule 40% Class-based tasks 40$ Reflective writing 25% Oral presentation 35% Page 6 of 7

7 Year 3, Semester 6 Subject title Pattern Engineering 6 Manufacturing and Pre-production 6 Design Innovation 6 Professional Practice and Industry Issues 6 Subject code BFD305 BFD306 BFD307 BFD308 Prerequisite BFD301 Pattern Engineering 5 BFD302 Manufacturing and Pre-production 5 BFD303 Design Innovation 5 BFD304 Professional Practice and Industry Issues 5 Corequisite BFD306 Manufacturing and Pre-production 6 BFD305 Pattern Engineering 6 Learning Outcomes Create a folio of experimental pattern making, performing complex styling applications Formulate a pattern making map for a fashion collection Develop graded blocks and styled patterns for a fashion collection Generate industry standard specification documentation Develop and maintain records and technical specifications for a fashion collection Construct toiles, samples and finished garments for a fashion collection Apply basic, intermediate and advanced construction techniques where appropriate, accessing a variety of machine and hand-made applications Work within an identified timeline to create garments to fit a specified fit model or dress form Apply quality standards to sewn work for samples and finished garments Research inspirations for the development of a fashion range Design a fashion collection, using criteria stipulated by the department Create innovative and market relevant fashion imagery through the design process to communicate the fashion range Authenticate the final product by effective documentation Plan and manage the design process in creating a fashion range Critically analyse a market, consumer, fashion and social trends that impact on design to ensure fashion range is relevant for chosen market area 12 months in advance Develop a business plan for a fashion collection Analyse and evaluate the marketplace for new trends Develop a proposal to access to industry trade fairs within a context of launching a new label Evaluate designs and compile them into a digital folio for social media/online entry to the fashion workplace using a combination of advanced CAD skills and hand developed sketches Develop marketing materials to present the fashion collection to others Create documentation to support sales and marketing strategies Weekly Contact 6 hours 3 hours 5 hours 3 hours Assessment Style library 25% Fashion collection 50% Specification documentation 25% Catalogue of advanced construction techniques 20% Style library 30% Graduate collection 50% Professional design proposal 30% The Fashion Range 30% Communication material for manufactured capsule 40% Label launch Report 20% Digital Portfolio 40% Business plan and marketing materials 40% Page 7 of 7

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