The Cut Fashion Academy 衣學院時裝設計打工遊學

Feb 07, 2022


The Cut 開課及入學資訊👆

About The Cut Fashion Academy

The Cut Fashion Design Academy is committed to inspiring, educating and creating true fashion and business professionals by promoting academic excellence through our rigorous programs and distinctive learner-centered environment.

Why The Cut

The Cut Fashion Design Academy is committed to inspiring, educating and creating true fashion and business professionals through:

Hands-on, real world education

  • Small class sizes
  • Location Location Location
  • Hands on Learning
  • Mentorship opportunities
  • Program variety
  • Opportunity to network with industry professionals
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Open Saturdays

Academic achievement

  • Academic Excellence & Rigorous Programs
  • Distinctive Learner-centered Environments
  • Expert Tutors to Nurture Your Inherent Talents
  • Supporting an Intellectually Stimulating Community
  • A Culture of Skills-based, Practical, Real-world Training

What guides us

The Cut Fashion Design Academy aspires to nurture the inherent talents of the students by developing an intellectually stimulating community and fostering a culture of skill-based and practical learning. Our environment enables students to maximize employment opportunities by providing them with career-oriented courses. We are building the future generation of designers through education and practical training in the real world.

Foundation

Founded by apparel and production expert Liza Deyrmenjian who has worked in fashion for more than 30 years, The Cut Fashion Design Academy is the only accredited fashion school in North America where you’ll enjoy one-on-one education in a professional workshop with some of the industry’s biggest names. It’s the perfect springboard if you want to study at one of the world’s top fashion colleges, turn your passion into a rewarding second career, or advance a hobby.

Why The Cut?

The Cut Fashion Design Academy in Vancouver was founded by apparel and production expert Liza Deyrmenjian who has worked in fashion for more than 30 years. It’s the only accredited fashion school in North America where you’ll enjoy one-on-one education in a professional workshop with some of the industry’s biggest names.

  • 文憑課程
    • Fashion Design & Creative Arts Diploma
    • Marketing & Global Merchandising
  • 證書課程
    • Fashion Design, Illustration and Creative Direction
    • Pattern Making and Assembling Techniques
    • Couture Pattern Making – Evening wear, special occasion (Level 2)
    • Technical Pattern Making – Advance Outerwear / Activewear (Level 2)
    • Fashion Marketing and Branding
    • Product Development & Manufacturing-Domestic & Overseas
    • Gerber Pattern Making and Grading
    • Basic Costuming for Film & TV

文憑課程

Fashion Design & Creative Arts

Master the technical skills and creative tools you need to pursue a successful career in today’s fast-growing, competitive global fashion business.

Marketing & Global Merchandising

In this intensive hands-on 14 week course, you will learn how to become an effective fashion marketer. In the competitive fashion industry world, you need skills…


Fashion Design & Creative Arts

Develop your skills

Master the technical skills and creative tools you need to pursue a successful career in today’s fast-growing, competitive global fashion business. Our workshop-based fashion design diploma is taught by industry experts (plus a few big name guests) who’ll share their experience in:

  • Visual Design
  • Garment Construction
  • Apparel Supply Chain Management
  • Business Management
  • Merchandising
  • Fashion Marketing
  • Fashion Media

Structure

Choose four core certificates, plus two other certificates from the following electives:

Core Certificates

  • Pattern Making & Garment Assembly
  • Product & Manufacturing
  • Fashion Marketing

Electives

  • Gerber Pattern Making & Grading
  • Couture Pattern Making
  • Technical Pattern Making
  • Costume for TV and Film

“I love the small class sizes and the personalized attention I get at The Cut”

— Sam Woodbridge, Pattern Making and Assembly Alumni

Program Timeline

See below for timeline
See below for the 2 timeline options available:

Course Timeline

Option 1: One year program

Program duration: 42 weeks – 840 hrs.

Terms: 3 (14 weeks each)

Hours per week: 20

Term 1 Term 2 Term 3
Fashion Design Illustration & Creative Direction Patter Making & Assembling Techniques Product Development Production & Sourcing
Term 4 Term 5 Term 6
Fashion Marketing & Branding Elective Course Capsule Collection Professional Development

Option 2: Two year program

Program duration: 84 weeks – 1680 hrs.

Terms: 6 (14 weeks each)

Hours per week: 20

Term 1 Term 2 Term 3
  • Fashion Design Illustration
  • Creative Direction
  • Pattern Making
  • Assembling Techniques
  • Product Development Production
  • Sourcing
  • Fashion Marketing
  • Branding
  • Elective Course
  • Capsule Collection
  • Professional Development
With Co-Op (Paid work experience)

Through our Co-operative education program, students are given the opportunity to work in the industry, so they emerge from the diploma program equipped with an industry-standard portfolio, extensive real world experience and the competitive skills required to work for a fashion brand or to start their own label.

Course Timeline

Option 3: Three year program with Co-op

Program duration: 126 weeks – 2,520 hrs.

Program duration: Co-op 840 hrs.

Terms: 9 (14 weeks each)

Hours per week: 20

Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4
Fashion Design Illustration & Creative Direction Pattern Making & Assambling Techniques Product Development Production & Sourcing Fashion Marketing & Branding
Term 5 Term 6 Term 7 Term 8 Term 9
Elective Course CO-OP CO-OP CO-OP Capsule Collection Professional Development

Marketing & Global Merchandising

Develop your skills

Master the technical skills and creative tools you need to pursue a successful career in today’s fast-growing, competitive global fashion business. Our workshop-based Marketing and Global Merchandising diploma is taught by industry experts (plus a few big name guests) who’ll share their experience in:

  • Fashion Trend And Forcasting
  • Brand DNA
  • Apparel Supply Chain Management
  • Business Management
  • Merchandising
  • Fashion Marketing
  • Fashion Media

Structure

Choose four core certificates, plus two other from the following electives:

Core Certificates

  • Pattern Making & Garment Assembly
  • Product & Manufacturing
  • Fashion Marketing

Electives

  • Gerber Pattern Making & Grading
  • Couture Pattern Making
  • Technical Pattern Making
  • Costume for TV and Film

“I am so grateful for the environment you have created and the instructors you have put in place. I’ve learned so much and am excited for the future.”

– Mariam Shamon , Marketing & Branding Alumni

Program Timeline

See below for timeline

Course Timeline

Option 1: One year program

Program duration: 39 weeks – 780 hrs.

Terms: 3 (14 weeks each)

Hours per week: 20

Term 1 Term 2 Term 3
Marketing and Trend Merchandising, Global Marketing, Brand DNA and Website Dev Product Styling and Digital Marketing

證書課程

  • Fashion Design, Illustration and Creative Direction
  • Pattern Making and Assembling Techniques
  • Couture Pattern Making – Evening wear, special occasion (Level 2)
  • Technical Pattern Making – Advance Outerwear / Activewear (Level 2)
  • Fashion Marketing and Branding
  • Product Development & Manufacturing-Domestic & Overseas
  • Gerber Pattern Making and Grading
  • Basic Costuming for Film & TV

Fashion Design, Illustration & Creative Design

  • Program Duration: 14 weeks x 20 Hours a week
  • Lecture: 8 hrs a week
  • Lab: 12 hrs a week
  • Lead Instructor: Jason Matlo
  • Semester start: Jan, May and Sept

Overview

This 14-week comprehensive course is tailored to fashion-focused students who want to develop their design skills and is taught by top industry experts. Learn how to conceive, conceptualize and create a full fashion collection for industry presentation. Using fashion illustration techniques, you will gain skills in drawing the fashion figure, and be able to illustrate your designs on a high fashion croquis, utilizing multimedia tools to implement colour into the sketch. The entire fashion cycle and design process will be explored from conception, research, customer profile and mood, to inspiration and execution.

The entire fashion cycle and design process will be explored from conception, research, customer profile, and mood, to inspiration and execution. To complete the creative design process, a final 40-look collection, specific to each designerʼs unique point of view, will be created in full colour, with fabric swatches and technical flat drawings, presented in a professional portfolio.

“The Cut had exactly what I needed to make my dreams come true!”

Jacqueline Fraser Alumni

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Fashion Elements

  • Recognize and identify garment styles, names, and fashion terminology
  • Learn correct names and pronunciations in the fashion industry
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Illustrate A Variety Of Elements

  • Learning to illustrate products such as skirts, blouses/shirt, pants and jackets among many others
  • Developing techniques to illustrate details such as lapels, collars, closures, rushing, ruffles, drape and fabric texture
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Technical Spec Drawing

  • Create and hand render technical drawings for specification packages and line sheets
  • Work from spec library to create new styles
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Seeing The Figure As Familiar Shapes/Proportion

  • Breaking the figure down into simple shapes
  • Learning about gesture drawing and proportion
  • Fleshing out the figure
  • Illustrating elements such as, faces, hands and feet
  • Exaggerating the figure and creating stylization drawings
  • Students will learn how to render the figure in colour and apply a light source (shadow). Skin tones and hair rendering will be studied and executed in both realism and stylization
  • Live model drawing
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Rendering

  • Utilizing gouache, markers and colored pencils, students will learn to render fabrics accurately, including prints in actual scale
  • Rendering details on textiles such as linen, wool, satin, leather, vinyl, sequin, lace, eyelet and fur
  • Illustrating patterns such as houndstooth, tweed, pinstripes prints, both geometric and floral

Principles Of Design Elements

  • Learning about the 7 silhouettes in fashion
  • Understanding hand, fabrics, weights, seasonality, prints and print matching
  • Practicing the 5:8 proportion and Golden Mean
  • Analyzing rhythm and balance- symmetrical/asymmetrical, Equal and unequal rhythm, continuous line movement and unity

Inspiration/Research

  • Building a collection concept
  • Learning effective types of research
  • Creating a Brand Matrix and customer profile
  • Developing a mood board for a collection
  • Research and design for a target market/demographic

Fabric Research And Fabricating A Line

  • Researching textile trade shows (Premiere Vision)
  • Understanding fabric agents and the role of sourcing
  • Creating a cohesive fabric story
  • Learn how to select appropriate fabrics for seasons and mood, and be able to swatch a collection

Collection Development & Presentation

  • Learn how to bring all the elements of the fashion cycle together and create and draw a 40-piece cohesive collection specific to your own designer niche
  • Students will create professional fashion drawings and learn how to create a professional layout of a 40-piece collection with technical drawings and fabrications, as well as a collection and designer statement
  • Students will present their final presentation to their peers, and the course instructors

Pattern Making & Assembling Technique

  • Program Duration: 14 weeks x 20 Hours a week
  • Lecture: 8 hrs a week
  • Lab: 12 hrs a week
  • Lead Instructor: Colette Moore
  • Semester start: Jan, May and Sept

Pattern Making & Assembling Technique

The course enables students to become industry proficient in pattern making, fit and sewing construction. The first six weeks are dedicated to learning the fundamentals of pattern making, fit and sewing, and by Week 7 students choose their ‘design’ stream: active/technical wear, evening wear, contemporary women’s or menswear. Students produce garments throughout their studies and create 6-pieces during the 14 weeks and present them as their final project. Some sewing experience is helpful.

“The learning experience is very hands on. You have a teacher by your side whenever you have a question.”

— Ryan Kim, Pattern Making and Garment Assembly Alumni
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Introduction To Pattern Making

  • Introduction to flat pattern-making methods and concepts
  • Drafting basic pattern blocks – front and back bodice, waistbands, hems
  • Creating dart manipulations
  • Understanding components of a garment – fly zipper, kick pleats, vents, pockets
  • Terminology of garment and pattern parts
  • Pattern marking, labeling, and pattern sequence

Fit And Measurement

  • Learn how to take personal measurements
  • Go through a garment fitting, understanding the principles and assessing garment fit
  • Learning how to measure a Mannequin
  • Be able to correct fit and adjust patterns

Drafting

  • Draft bottoms such as, skirt and pant slopers
  • Create a draft for a button-up shirt pattern
  • Draft a dress pattern
  • Learn how to draft a flared/gored/pleated skirt patterns
  • Create collars
  • Be able to manipulate patterns
  • Draft men’s bodice sloper

Garment Assembly And Textiles

  • Learn how to use of equipment, maintenance, and safety
  • Practice sewing techniques such as: stitches, seams, hem finishes, zipper applications, waistband applications, pleats, by creating a sample sewing book
  • Practice sewing straight line, curve line and back stitch
  • Learn how to construct and sew vents, pocket and lining
  • Understand how to cut and prepare textiles for garment assembly
  • Learn how to identify fabrics and weaves
  • Understand fabric characteristics – grain and weight
  • Learn how to insert different types of fusing

Collection Development & Presentation

  • Final: Students will create a 6 piece collection using pattern making techniques
  • Students will present their final presentation to their peers, and the course instructor

Couture Pattern Making Evening Wear / Special Ocassion

  • Program Duration: 14 weeks x 20 Hours a week
  • Lecture: 8 hrs a week
  • Lab: 12 hrs a week
  • Lead Instructor: Jason Matlo & Colette Moore
  • Semester start: Jan, May and Sept

Couture Pattern Making

In this comprehensive and specialized course, you will focus on the intricacies and techniques utilized in evening wear and bridal. Students will learn how to draft, construct and manipulate fabrics utilizing a variety of specialty fabrics and finishes, including beading, lace work, and tailoring, as well as learn how to drape in jersey and silk. At the completion of this module, you will draft and assemble two couture evening wear designs that reflect your personal design point of view and brand.

“Its amazing how much they can teach you in just 4 months! I came here having just basic sewing skills and now I know how to produce pretty much any of the clothes I see around!”

— Tanya Kim, Pattern Making and Assembly Student

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英文門檻 雅思5.5/托福63/劍橋FCE

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