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Three Year Course in Fashion Design
  • Modalidad de impartición

    El Three Year Course in Fashion Design se dicta de forma presencial.

  • Número de horas

    El tiempo de estudio que se requiere es de 3 años.

  • Titulación oficial

    El graduado recibe un Diploma oficial que es reconocido por el Ministerio de Educación e Investigación de Italia (MIUR).

  • Valoración del Programa

    El Three Year Course in Fashion Design enseña los fundamentos del diseño de moda desde la faz creativa, la producción y la comunicación. Le brinda herramientas para que pueda explotar su creatividad para desarrollar diseños y accesorios innovadores. El alumno aprende acerca del mercado de la moda, los códigos tradicionales y las tendencias actuales.

  • Dirigido a

    Se dirige a estudiantes con un perfil creativo, que tengan interés por el campo del diseño y la moda.

  • Empleabilidad

    Un egresado de este curso tendrá las bases formativas para trabajar como Diseñador de Moda, Diseñador de Accesorios y Diseñador de Indumentaria.

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Three Year Course in Fashion Design .

Major in Fashion Design
Three year Courses - Rome

  • Credits: 180
  • Start dat: October 2017
  • Duration: 3 years
  • Attendance: Full-time
  • Language: English

Today, the Fashion Designer is in every sense a designer who knows how to listen to his own creativity to create garments or accessories. He starts by structuring a personal story and follows each step of the process from the technical production to the product communication. Then, the designer chooses the most efficient tools, and constructively interacts with other professionals who all check the coherence of the overall view.
Therefore, the stylistic and creative competences are combined with the ability to create innovative products, to foster quality, to place the products on the market, and to create their stories. Consequently, today's Fashion Designer understands and uses languages and influences that come not only from the field of fashion and adds them to traditional fashion codes in order to trace a complex path in line with contemporary trends.


Fashion Designer, Accessories Designer, Fashion graphic designer, Textile Designer, Product developer, product manager assistant, Shoes Designer, trendsetter, label owner.

The course is recognized by Italian Ministry of Education and Research (MIUR) as an Academic Diploma Level I (180CF)


The entire course in Fashion Design is structured so as to supply students with the tools, the cultural background and correct methodology to effectively face the design of an apparel and accessory collection that, in addition to respecting the values of originality and innovation, can meet the market needs and satisfy the trend requirements of contemporary fashion design. The course also has the aim of promoting personal talent, experimentation, and research, by enhancing the expressive and stylistic uniqueness of each student.

This process is centred on the project and design methods, elements that remain present, with increasing complexity, from the first year to the final thesis. The different collections (womenswear, menswear, textiles, accessories) and the production of prototypes are the areas of expertise that the students will acquire knowledge and develop skills in throughout the three years of study. In this respect, special attention will be paid to acquiring pattern making and sewing skills, to textile and leather technology and processing, design techniques and fashion illustration and the production process of garments and accessories. Complementary to the technical and methodological disciplines is the particular focus on cultural studies that identify the language of fashion as a historical, artistic and social phenomenon; as a flow of trends and codes, as a creative and visual narrative and, lastly, as an economic system characterized by a production chain and by specific marketing and communication strategies.


The Curriculum of the second or third year is rich in specializations, thanks to the choice of optional subjects (see Individual Curriculum) and the topic of the Thesis Project.

The students can chose a specific curriculum and IED will confirm whether the Specializations have been activated.

Shoes and Accessories Design after a first preparatory year, the following years will be structured to deepen the specific know-how required in the project development for an accessory (bags, shoes, small leather goods, hats, belts, etc.)

The accessory Fashion designer must know how to manage the project in all its phases, from the idea to the creation of prototypes. Students will be supported by professionals from the industry who can grasp the changes taking place in national and international contexts.

The accessory has evolved in time, gradually becoming complementary to the outfit, an iconic object with an unquestioned aesthetic and stylistic value. Its design and production requires specialized training that considers the peculiarity of the product: in addition to designing the collections dedicated to the different types of accessories (women and men), intense workshops will be held to ensure a correct use of the tools and machines, for the acquisition of pattern making techniques and bag and shoe manufacturing, of specific technical drawings, the processes of production and use of different leathers and skins, as well as metal hardware design for accessories.


1st Year:
  •     Style And History Of Art And Customs
  •     Design Methods
  •     Technical Drawing
  •     Drawing for Design
  •     History of Applied Arts
  •     Model Building
  •     Graphic Design
  •     Fashion Design
  •     Artistic Anatomy
  •     Analysis of Communication Process

2nd Year:
  •     History Of Fashion 2
  •     Drawing Techniques And Technologies
  •     Pattern Making and Tailoring 2
  •     Graphic Design 2
  •     Textile Culture 2
  •     Fashion Design 2
  •     Arts Semiotics 2
  •     History of Photography
  •     Business Thinking and Management

3rd Year:
  •     Pattern Making and Tailoring 3
  •     Fashion Design 3
  •     Design methods for Visual Communication
  •     Phenomenology Of Contemporary Arts
  •     Business thinking and management 2
  •     Theory And Analysis Of Film And Audiovisual Presentations
  •     Fashion Design 4

Educational Model.

Four schools for 4 creative worlds:

The design matrix takes the form of the four IED Schools: Design, Fashion , Visual Arts and IED Management.

Each IED location houses four completely independent schools: what unites them is the common denominator of design culture and shared inspiring principles.

IED teaching methods require that all the schools:

• forge strong bonds with the local production and operation systems in their regions;
• interface with their benchmark sectors;
• evolve depending on the growth standards of their underlying markets and professional situations.

The IED training courses are often thriving trend anticipators. IED represents a conceptual innovation hub. A number of professionals from a variety of backgrounds come together to provide the input for a cross-fertilisation between areas and disciplines. The outcome is excellence. Evidence of this value is found in IED’s essential role in such leading events as Milan Salone del Mobile and Milan Fashion Week.

Partnerships with leading enterprises are a fundamental factor in the IED’s educational strategy, featuring both at every stage throughout the didactic process and in the special events held to mark the end of every academic year. As a result of the IED’s constant, active relationship with the business world, more than 200 firms contribute in various ways every year to its student training programmes.
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