Fashion DesignFashion Design, an individual or team event, recognizesparticipants who apply fashion design skills learned inFamily and Consumer Sciences courses to design andmarket clothing styles. Participants will develop a clothinglabel, research the intended audience, design the label’sfirst 4-piece collection, and construct one collectionsample using an original flat pattern designed by theparticipant. Students will exhibit knowledge of all theaspects that surround design, including design basics,fabric choice, and pricing. For competition, participantsmust prepare a portfolio, sample garment, and an oralpresentation.ELIGIBILITY & GENERAL INFORMATION1.2.3.EVENT LEVELS4.Level 2: grades 9–10Level 3: grades 11–12Level 4: PostsecondarySee page 72 for more information on event levels.Lingerie and swimsuits are not allowed.Clothing that does not meet acceptablestandards of modesty/appropriateness for aschool function or setting is prohibited. Designs must befor adults or children.5.Review “Eligibility and General Rules for All Levels ofCompetition” on page 73 prior to event planning andpreparation.Eligible participants are members who arecurrently or have been enrolled in a Familyand Consumer Sciences course preparingthem for careers or employment in the VisualArts and Design career pathway.Participants are encouraged to bring fully chargeddevices such as laptops, tablets, etc., to use foraudiovisual or electronic portfolio presentation at inperson competition.Chapters with multiple entries in this event must submitdifferent projects for each entry. All projects must bedeveloped and completed during a one-year spanbeginning July 1 and ending June 30 of the school yearbefore the National Leadership Conference, and must bethe work of the participant(s) only.National Leadership Conference (in-person competition)participants will view the online orientation video foundon the official FCCLA YouTube channel, available in earlyJune. Each entry must complete and submit the requiredform to the event room consultant at the time ofcompetition. Only one form per entry is required.Contact State Advisers for orientation procedures forcompetitions held prior to National LeadershipConference. If events are held virtually, these points willbe automatically awarded to all participants.GENERAL INFORMATIONNumber ofParticipantsper EntryPrepareAhead ofTimeEquipmentProvided forIn-PersonCompetitionCompetitionDress CodeIn-PersonCompetitionParticipantSet Up /Prep le – yesElectricalAccess – noWall Space –noSupplies - noOfficial dress-orProfessionaldressappropriateto event5 minutesIn-PersonCompetitionRoomConsultant &EvaluatorReview Time15 minutesprior topresentationMaximum InterviewTimeIn-PersonCompetitionTotal EventTimeIn-person: 1min. warning at9 min.; stoppedat 10 min.Virtual: 11 min.to includeadditionalquestions5 minutes40 minutesPRESENTATION ELEMENTS ALLOWEDAudio CostumesEasel(s)File Folder 2020-2021 COMPETITIVE EVENTS GUIDE FlipChart(s) Portfolio Props/Pointers Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc.Skits PresentationEquipment www.fcclainc.orgVisuals 198
FASHION DESIGNProcedures and Time Requirements for In-Person CompetitionEach entry will submit a portfolio to the event room consultant at the designated participation time.5 minutesParticipants will have 5 minutes to set up for the event. Other persons may not assist.Room consultants and evaluators will have 15 minutes to preview the portfolio and sample garment before the15 minutespresentation begins.The oral presentation may be up to 10 minutes in length. A one-minute warning will be given at 9 minutes.Participants will be stopped at 10 minutes. If audio or audiovisual recordings are used, they are limited to 1-minute10 minutesplaying time during the presentation. Presentation equipment, with no audio, may be used during the entirepresentation.5 minutesFollowing the presentation, evaluators will have 5 minutes to interview participants.5 minutesEvaluators will have up to 5 minutes to use the rubric to score and write comments for participants.Procedures and Time Requirements for Virtual CompetitionEach entry will post the required documents (as specified below) following instructions from the state or national organization priorto the competition.Upload one (1) PDF portfolio file, designed so that viewers are able to scroll through the digital document. This mustPortfoliobe an online file and not require the viewer to download it. Follow the page limits as described below.FileUpload one (1) PDF file with up to three (3) close-up photos of the flat pattern (to show pattern symbols, etc.) andCollectionup to three (3) photos of the collection sample.Sample FileOralThe oral presentation video may be up to 11 minutes in length, including the responses to the two questions listedPresentation in the specifications. Each participant must introduce themselves by name, chapter, and level. Video recordings areVideo (toto be made of participants as they present their STAR Events projects, as if they were presenting at an in -personincludecompetition. A voiceover of the video recording or presentation is not allowed. The video file can be an embeddedQuestionvideo, video link to YouTube, Vimeo, or Google Drive, but must not require the viewer to download it. The hardcopyResponses)or the electronic portfolio will be used in the oral presentation recording.AutomaticParticipants will automatically receive full points on the Point Summary Form and the Rubric for the following items:ScoringRegistration Packet, Event Online Orientation Documentation, and Punctuality.SpecificationsHardcopy PortfolioThe portfolio is a collection of materials used to document and illustrate the work of the project. Materials must be containedin the official FCCLA STAR Events binder obtained from the FCCLA national emblematic supplier. A decorative and/orinformative cover may be included. All materials, including the content divider pages, must fit within the cover, be one-sided,and may not exceed 47 pages, as described below. Divider page tabs may extend up to 1” outside the cover. Once a hardcopyportfolio has been turned in to evaluators, participants may not switch to an electronic portfolio. For virtual competition, theportfolio must be uploaded as one PDF file – multiple files, images, or other file types will not be accepted. The hardcopyportfolio will be used in the oral presentation recording.Electronic PortfolioAn electronic portfolio may be either in PowerPoint, Prezi, or other electronic format that can be viewed by the evaluatorsand room consultants prior to the oral presentation. The electronic portfolio and the hardware (method) to view it (i.e.,equipment, files, projectors, screens, laptops) will be turned in to the room consultant at the designated participation time.Participants assume the responsibility of providing the technology used to show the evaluators the project. Once anelectronic portfolio is turned in to the evaluators, participants may not switch to a hardcopy portfolio. Portfolio may notexceed 58 slides, as described below. For virtual competition, the electronic portfolio slides must be uploaded as one PDFfile -multiple files, images, or other file types will not be accepted. The electronic portfolio will be used in the oralpresentation recording.2020-2021 COMPETITIVE EVENTS GUIDE Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc. www.fcclainc.org199
Fashion Design Specifications (continued)1-8 ½” x 11” pageor 1 slideProject Identification PagePlain paper or slide, with no graphics or decorations; must includeparticipant’s name(s), chapter name, school, city state, event name, andproject title.1-8 ½” x 11” pageor 1 slideTable of ContentsList the parts of the portfolio in the order in which the parts appear.1-8 ½” x 11” pageor 2 slidesFCCLA Planning ProcessSummary PageSummarize how each step of the Planning Process was used to plan andimplement the project; use of the Planning Process may also be described inthe oral presentation.1Evidence of OnlineProject Summary SubmissionComplete the online project summary form located on the “Surveys” tab ofthe FCCLA Student Portal, and include signed proof of submission in theportfolio.0–8Content Divider Pages orSectionsUse 0 to 8 content divider/section pages or slides. Content divider/sectionpages may be tabbed, may contain a title, a section name, graphic elements,thematic decorations, and/or page numbers. They must not include any othercontent.Develop a clothing label. Present label and explain the market for clothing oraccessories under this label and the inspiration for choice of this label,including any inspiration from historical trends or designers, and its market.Label and ExplanationKnowledge of theIntended AudienceInclude buyer demographics and buyer appeal (describe the reasons behindclothing choices of the intended audience).Fabric Profile(s)Define the criteria for selecting fabrics for the collection design and includefabric swatches for each material used with a description including, atminimum, the following information for each swatch: General fabric appearance (plaid, solid, matte, shiny, etc.) Fiber content Fabric care Fabric characteristicsEach fabric profile should be no more than one half of an 8½” x 11” page.Collection DesignDevelop a collection of four (4) original designs. Designs should cover boththe top and bottom half of the body, but may include multiple garments. Eachdesign should be on a separate page and be full color, drawn either by handor with a digital program. All designs should include a design description, aswatch of the fabric(s) and sample trimming(s) and notions which would beused in production, as well as garment care information and intended sizesavailable. Information for each design may take up to two 8½” x 11” pages, ora total of up to 8 pages.Target RetailerList target retailer(s) with an explanation for choices.PricingDevelop a pricing range for the pieces of the collection design. Pricing shouldreflect both the manufacturing costs and preferences of the intendedaudience.Career PathDevelop a career path which includes five major goals for yourself as a fashiondesigner (i.e. attending a specific college, obtaining a specific position,starting a label) and action steps in achieving goals.Works Cited/BibliographyUse MLA or APA citation style to cite all references. Resources should bereliable and current.AppearancePortfolio must be neat, legible, and professional and use correct grammar andspelling.Up to 35 pagesor 45 slides2020-2021 COMPETITIVE EVENTS GUIDE Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc. www.fcclainc.org200
Fashion Design Specifications (continued)Collection SampleThe collection sample will consist of one actual size prototype of a design from the four- piece collection which is constructedsolely by the participant out of the intended production materials. The sample should be presented to evaluators with theportfolio prior to the presentation and should be displayed, with the collection sample pattern, during the presentation. Thecollection sample may be displayed using a mannequin, dress form, or other method chosen by the participant, but may notbe modeled by the participant or another individual during the presentation. Modification or use of a commercial pattern isnot allowed. Participants may not modify a commercial or previously constructed garment.Collection Sample PatternCollection Sample ConditionDevelop a flat pattern for the collection sample piece(s). The collection sample pattern is complete,all pieces and instructions are included, and appropriately labeled for assembly. Include thecollection sample pattern.The collection sample should be actual size, well-constructed by the participant, and appropriatefor a professional presentation. The sample should demonstrate a basic knowledge of fashionconstruction skills and adequately represent the planned final product for future manufacturing.Oral PresentationThe oral presentation may be up to 10 minutes in length (11 minutes for virtual competition) and is delivered to evaluators.The presentation should explain the specifics of the project. The presentation may not be prerecorded. If audio or audiovisualequipment is used, it is limited to 1-minute playing time during the presentation. Presentation equipment, with no audio, maybe used throughout the oral presentation. Participants may use any combination of props, materials, supplies, and/orequipment to demonstrate how to carry out the project.Organization/DeliveryDeliver oral presentation in an organized, sequential manner; concisely and thoroughlysummarize project.Connection to Familyand Consumer Sciencesand Related OccupationsDescribe relationship of project content to Family and Consumer Sciences and relatedoccupations.Knowledge of Textiles,Fashion, and ApparelUse of Portfolio andCollection Sample DuringPresentationDemonstrate thorough knowledge and use of concepts, techniques, and vocabulary associatedwith textiles, fashion, and apparel.Use the portfolio and collection design to support, illustrate or complement presentation.VoiceSpeak clearly with appropriate pitch, tempo, and volume.Body Language/ClothingChoiceUse appropriate body language including gestures, posture, mannerisms, eye contact, andappropriate handling of notes or note cards if used. Wear FCCLA official dress or professionaldress appropriate for the nature of the presentation.Grammar/WordUsage/PronunciationUse proper grammar, word usage, and pronunciation.Responses toEvaluators’ QuestionsProvide clear and concise answers to evaluators’ questions regarding project. Questions areasked after the presentation.For virtual competitions, include responses to the following questions at the end of the oralpresentation:1. What is one skill that you learned or improved upon during your project that you will use inschool next year or in your future career?2. What obstacles caused challenges in your work, and how did you address them?2020-2021 COMPETITIVE EVENTS GUIDE Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc. www.fcclainc.org201
FASHION DESIGNPoint Summary FormName of ParticipantChapter126.96.36.199.5.StateTeam #Station #LevelMake sure all information at top is correct. If a student named is not participating, cross their name(s) off. If a team does notshow, write “No Show” across the top and return with other forms. Do NOT change team or station numbers.Before student presentation, the room consultants must check participants’ portfolio using the criteria and standards listedbelow and fill in the boxes.At the conclusion of presentation, verify evaluator scores and fill in information below. Calculate the final score and ask forevaluators’ verification. Place this form in front of the completed rubrics and staple all items related to the presentationtogether.At the end of competition in the room, double check all scores, names, and team numbers to ensure accuracy. Sort results byteam order and turn in to the Lead Consultant.Check with the Lead Consultant if there are any questions regarding the evaluation process.ROOM CONSULTANT CHECKRegistration Packet0 or 3 pointsEvent OnlineOrientationDocumentation0 or 2 pointsHardcopy Portfolio0–1 point orElectronic Portfolio0–1 pointPortfolio Pages0–3 pointsPunctuality0–1 pointEVALUATORS’ SCORESPointsPicked up by adviser or designated adult during scheduled timeNo0Yes302Official documentation not providedOfficial documentation provided at presentationat presentation time or signed bytime and signed by adviseradviser01Binder is not the official FCCLA binderBinder is the official FCCLA binder01Electronic Portfolio not in viewableElectronic Portfolio in viewable format to theformat to the evaluatorsevaluators0123Portfolio exceeds the page limit2 or more errors1 errorno errorsPortfolio contains no more than 47 single-sidedpages or 58 slides completed correctly,including: 1 project ID page or slide 1 table of contents page or slide 1 Planning Process summary page or 2 slides Project Summary Submission Proof Up to 8 content divider pages or slides Up to 35 content pages or 45 content slides01Participant was late for presentationParticipant was on time for presentationROOM CONSULTANT TOTALEvaluator 1Initials(10 points possible)Evaluator 2InitialsAVERAGE EVALUATOR SCOREEvaluator 3Initials(90 points possible)Total Scoredivided by number of evaluatorsEvaluator 1FINAL SCORE AVERAGE EVALUATOR SCORERounded only to the nearest hundredth (i.e. 79.99 not 80.00)Gold: 90-100Silver: 70-89.99RATING ACHIEVED (circle one)VERIFICATION OF FINAL SCORE AND RATING (please initial).(Average Evaluator Score plusRoom Consultant Total).Bronze: 1-69.99Evaluator 2 Evaluator 3 Adult Room Consultant Event Lead Consultant2020-2021 COMPETITIVE EVENTS GUIDE Family, Career and Community Leaders of America, Inc. www.fcclainc.org202
FASHION DESIGNRubricName of ParticipantChapterStateTeam #Station #LevelPORTFOLIOFCCLAPlanning ProcessSummary Page0–5 pointsLabel andExplanation0–3 pointsKnowledge of theIntended Audience0–3 pointsFabric Profiles0–5 pointsCollection Design0-12 pointsTarget Retailer0–2 pointsPricing0–2 pointsCareer Path0-5 pointsWorks Cited/Bibliography0–3 pointsAppearance0–3 pointsPoints0Planning Processsummary notprovided5The Planning Process isused to plan theproject. Each step isfully explained0123No label developed or explainedLabel concept is present but notLabel concept is two or more ofLabel concept is creative,thoroughly thought out,the following: creative,appropriate for the intendedexplained well, creative, orappropriate for the intendedaudience, well thought out, evidentappropriate for the audienceaudience, thoroughly thoughtpatterns of buying behavior wasout or explained wellresearched and studied0123The participant displays noThe participant displays limitedThe participant displays knowledge The participant displays extensiveknowledge of the intendedknowledge of the intendedof the intended audience, but hasknowledge of the intendedaudienceaudiencenot done research aboutaudience, and is explainedpreferences or buying patternsthoroughly012345No fabric profilesAt least one of theMost fabrics used inMost fabrics used inAll fabrics used inAll fabrics used in theprovidedfabrics used in thethe collection designthe collection designthe collection designcollection design arecollection design isare representedare represented by a are represented onrepresented on a halfrepresented with anwith an inadequatehalf page or lessa half-page or lesspage or less with ainadequate swatchswatch and/orwith a swatch andwith a swatch andswatch and completeand/or limitedlimited informationadequateadequateand appropriateinformation for thefor the fourinformation for theinformation for theinformation for thefour descriptiondescriptionfour descriptionfour descriptionfour uirementsrequirements0123 4 56 7 89 10 1112No collection designThe collection design The collection design The collection designThe collection designThe collection designprovideddoes not include four includes fourincludes fourcontains fourcontains four completecomplete outfitscomplete outfits, but complete outfitscomplete full colorfull color outfits, wellare poorly designed, which are welloutfits, welldesigned, proper fithave little regard for designed, but woulddesigned, proper fitand function, andfunction and fitnot function or fitand function, but doappeal highly towellnot show highintended audience,potential forand include allintended audiencerequired information012No target retailer information providedBoth the list of potential retailers andThe list is thorough and explanations are wellexplanations of choices are inadequatethought out and complete012No pricing information providedSome collection pieces are missing
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