婚纱设计

Bridalwear Design

高阶短期课程

六周周末

婚纱是结婚庆典审美和品味的极致体现,也承载了每个文化系统中婚姻身份被社会承认的宝贵一刻。本课程旨在将婚纱视为一种交流,文化和社会现象来指导学员如何规划并设计婚纱系列。本课程专为时装设计师和时尚专业人士量身打造,帮助他们进行婚纱系列的研究和设计。

第一周
在第一周的课程中,学员将分析当代社会婚礼穿着的特点,研究历史学,社会学,人类学和宗教等跨专业知识,以此更好地理解婚纱随社会变迁的演变。

第二周
人体绘画和比例的学习是裙装设计和相关渲染技巧中的基础知识。通过对颜色的学习及对面料和款式的研究,学员将学习对婚纱系列开展设计的新方法以及诠释最新潮流,推出创新款式。

第三周
在第三周的课程中学员将学习款式和面料之间的关系,包括立体剪裁的技巧,对潮流趋势的解读和个人风格的塑造;学员将运用各种面料开展实验性创作——既有传统的塔夫绸和丝绸等面料,更有拉菲草,天鹅绒,麦特拉斯提花织物和环保皮草等非常规材料。

第四周
学员将参与一个3D创意建模的研究项目,并在学习婚纱系列的同时,设计和呈现与其搭配的饰品。课堂学习将与婚纱行业相关公司的工作坊和讲座等实践活动相结合。

第五周
在第五周,学员将分析婚纱行业以及市场中不同层级和功能的标杆公司(婚纱工作室和时装设计师,专业展览和杂志等),这些市场参考根据各品牌的不同面向,影响和推动着各细分市场的客户群体做出不同的选择。

第六周
在课程的最后一周,学员将结合社会元素和对市场场景的参考,对设计的各个创意层面进行融合,并对成果进行展示。学员将完整进行对一整个系列的设计——从研究阶段的灵感板创作到技术文件的各个阶段,展示其具有现代感和个人设计风格的创新创作。

高阶短期课程适合有一定相关基础或者有相关工作经验的学员

Executive Short Courses
6 Weekends

The bridal gown has always been the ultimate aesthetic expression of the wedding celebration, as well as a moment of social recognition in every cultural system. The objective of the course is to consider the bridal gown as a communicative, cultural and social phenomenon and to provide the tools for planning and designing a collection of bridalwear. It is designed for professionals and fashion designers who want to specialise in researching and designing a collection of bridal gowns.

Weekend 1
Weekend 1 will analyse the ways of dressing at weddings in contemporary society and study the interdisciplinary relationship between history, sociology, anthropology and religion, to grasp a better understanding of the evolution of the gown in relation to how society has changed over the years.

Weekend 2
Figure drawing and the study of proportions are the basic notions required to design a dress and understand the relative rendering techniques. By studying colours and carrying out research on fabrics and styles, participants will be able to try out new solutions for designing a collection capable of interpreting the latest trends and proposing innovative forms.

Weekend 3
During the third weekend participants will study the relationships between style and fabric, including the techniques used for draping, interpreting trends and defining a personal style of their own; they will experiment with solutions ranging from traditional fabrics such as taffeta and silk to more unusual materials such as raffia, velvet, matelassé or eco-fur.

Weekend 4
Participants will work on a 3D creative modelling research project and, while studying the collection, they will also devise and present matching accessories. The classroom lessons will be alternated with workshops and presentations by companies from the bridalwear industry.

Weekend 5
During the fifth weekend, participants will analyse the world of the bridal gown and its precise market references (ateliers and fashion designers, specialized exhibitions and magazines), which guide and inform the choices of consumers in all segments of the market, in relation to the various levels on which the brands are placed.

Weekend 6
In weekend 6, participants will end the course by creating a presentation capable of combining the creative aspects of design with considerations regarding its social elements and reference market scenarios. They will also design an entire collection, from the moodboard created in the research phase to the technical files. The participants will therefore present a coherent, contemporary project that conveys innovation and creativity.

Executive short courses are suited to those with skills already obtained through prior learning or through working in the disciplines or in a related context.