Título Superior en Diseño de Moda
The Título Superior en Diseño de Moda (240 ECTS), majoring in Fashion Design, prepares professionals who are capable of envisaging solutions and responses for the future trends in aesthetics and new market needs.
This degree provides a theoretical and cultural base with the objective of creating an innovative aesthetic style to outstand in the international fashion market. It prepares professionals who are capable of envisaging solutions and responses for the future trends in aesthetics and new market needs.
The Título Superior offers an academic path that enables students to work for several brands or create their own. It provides the knowledge required to connect with various departments in a company or to work in a design department.
The first year of this degree is focused on acquiring basic concepts of design, culture and project methods. Students learn to dare to create and communicate.
The second year entails the beginning of learning specialized fashion techniques: pattern making, modelling, illustration, accessories, history, etc., essentials for anyone working on the field of fashion. Traditional and modern techniques are always combined during the lessons, to face the current industry in its full extent and encourage each student to discover techniques to further the development of the own creativity.
During the third year, students major in Fashion Design, and they start studying the latest trends, advanced techniques on modelling, pattern making and illustration, and creating several collections (for man and woman). There is an especially prominent project on sustainability and fashion and various forward-thinking projects on techniques and tissues.
During the fourth year students take an internship in a company and also present the degree final project, which is their official introduction to the professional world. The year culminates in the fashion show, where the creations conceived for their final project are shown.
The course is predominantly based on a practical methodology, through experimental projects and business simulations conducted by professionals in the sector. It is divided in subject modules so students can develop one project after another, not many at the same time. A more effective proceeding that allows improvement in both development of concepts and production process of each project.
Fashion designer, stylist, trendsetter, accessories designer, visual merchandiser, fashion communication and brand image, illustrator, consultant, pattern designer, textile designer, coolhunter, product manager, etc.
IED MODA alumni work at:
3.1 Phillip Lim, A.Knackfuss, Agatha Ruiz de la Prada, Alexis Reyna, Antonio Miró, Armand Bassi, Balenciaga, Balmain, Bassols, Bibian Blue, Bless, Boris Bidjan Saberi, Camper, Cardón, Carolina Herrera, Chanel, Cortana, Cruciani Cashmere, Custo Barcelona, Desigual, Eden Park, Elie Saab, Emme Accesorios, Esprit, Formula 1 Footwear, Gallostra, S.A., Gentz & Súarez, Grupo Cortefiel, G-Star, Hallotex, Huit, Inditex, Ivana Follová, Jeremy Scott, John Richmond, José Castro, Juan Pedro López, Justicia Ruano, J.W. Anderson, Kamla, Loewe, Lupo, Mango, Marisa Bosch, Martin Lamothe, Masscob, Massimo Dutti, Max Mara, Mediaset (Tele5), Mi&Co, Muzza, Natori, Paper Magazine, Pepe Jeans London, Pimkie, Pronovias, Pull and Bear, Reebok, Shiatzy Chen, Smash Barcelona, Stradivarius, Style.com, Suncoo, TCN, Tempé Diseño SL, Tess Giberson, Tom Scott, Valentino, Vanesa Lorenzo, Vicosta S.L., Women´s Secret, Zara, etc.
IED MODA alumni with their own brand:
About Arianne, Aizuri by Hiske Ter Veld, Aljoscha Quooss, Angela Bang, Binvignat Streeter, Bruum Knits, Byphos, Closet BCN, Cynthia Buttenklepper, Eva vs. Maria, Geraldine Garcia, Ida Johannson, Ivy Day, Ixone Elzo, Kolbrun, Mariel Rojo, Nordic Wardrobe, Sinners London SCP, Twin y Vasya by Sasha, etc.
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