School of Fashion Designing & Cosmetic ScienceSecond Year B.Sc. (Fashion Designing)Year: Second YearCourse: Fashion Forecasting & Research (Theory)TeachingScheme(Hrs/Week)L T P C3 - - 3Semester: IVCourse Code: XFD401Continuous Internal Assessment(CIA)CIA-110CIA-2 CIA-32010CIA-310Lab-End SemesterExaminationTheory100Lab-Total100Max. Time,EndEnd Semester Exam - 3Hrs.Course Objectivesd understand application of forecasting techniquees.1 To acquire knowledge andcast for design2 To determine market demaands and acquire skills to make use of the forecacollections.3 To know and follow the forecast as per the season.4 To study the various aspects in forecast like colour, textile, Design & Style.Course on to Fashion Forecasting :Introduction to Fashion;Fas ion; Meaning of Fashion Forecasting, FashionTrends; Forecasting in Apparel Planning and Scheduling.Introducing Innovation:Characteristics of an Innovation; the ConsumerConsu er Adoption Process,Fashion Change Agents Fashion trends, Evolution of Trend, ConsumerSegmentation.entation.Direction Change:Fashion Movement;MovTheories of Fashion Change, Directional Theoriesof Fashion: Change in Tandem.Colour Forecasting:Dimensionsensions of the Colour Story; Colour in Marketing; ConsumersConsu rs andthe Psychology Of olorCycles;ColorResearch;Sources forf Colour Ideas and Palettes.Textile Development:Fashion in Fibre and Fabric; Sources of Innovationtion in TextileDevelopment;ent; Fabric Fairs and Trade Shows; Fabric Libraries.Hours6881010
IIDesign and Style DirectionsThe Fashion Geography; Collections on the Runway,Runwa DifferentDesigners with the SameSDesign Concept.Total No. of Hrs42Course OutcomeStudents should able toCO1Students will acquire knowledgekand understand application of forecassting techniques.CO2Students will able to determinedmarket demands and acquire skills to mmake use of theforecast for design colollections.Students will know and follow the forecast as per the season.CO3CO4Students will get the knowledge about various aspects in forecast like colour, textile,Design & Style.RecommendedResources1. Fashion Forecasting, Brannon Evelyn,Fairchild Books, NewText BooksYork,3rd,2010Reference BooksE-Resources2. Fashion Forecasting (Rita Prerna)
School of FashionFashio Designing & Cosmetic ScienceSecond Year B.Sc. (Fashion Designing)Year: Second YearCourse: Dyeing & Printing (Th)TeachingScheme(Hrs/Week)L T P C3 - - 3Semester: IVCourse Code: XFD402Continuous Internal Assessment(CIA)CIA-110CIA-2 CIA-32010CIA-410Lab-End SemesterExaminationTheory100TotalLab-100Max. Time, End Semester Exam - 3Hrs.Course ObjectivesTo understand about pre--post treatment of fabrics.1To acquire knowledge on classification of dyes.dyes2To Introduce about various dyes.dyes3To acquire knowledge about different printing techniques.techniques4Course reatment of FabricsF Pre-processprocess of fabricfabric Singeing, De-sizing,sizing, Scouring,Bleaching (H2O2),(Mercerization. (all the process for cottononly) Post process for dyed and printed fabricsfabrics Soaping,Steaming, Ageing , curingVarious dyes on TextileTFibres: Classification of DyesD Process of dyeing on different fibres- Basic dye, Acid dyes,direct dyes, Disperse dyes, Azoic dye, Reactive dye & Vat dyeIntroduction to Styles of Printing Direct printing – Different methods of printing (BlockPrinting, Stencil printing, Duplex printing, Screen printing (Flatscreen printing), and Transfer Printing. Discharge PrintingHours101010
45II Resist Printing – History of Tye and Dye, History of Batik.Different Methodsethods of Tie and Dye: Different MethodsMof Tie and dye Marbling Folding Knotting Stitchinging Binding Laheria Rutching Chevron Pleating with pegs Twisting and CoilingCDifferent Methods of Batik: Crack Scratch Splash Batikatik Painting and CombinationCo105Total No. of Hrs44Course OutcomeStudents should able toCO1Students will understand pre-process of fabric.CO2Students will understand various Dyes use in textile fibres.CO3Students will understand different styles of printing on fabric.CO4Students will understand different method of Tie and Dye.RecommendedResources1. Trotman E.R.: Bleaching & Dyeing & chemical Technology of TextileText BooksFibers, 5th Edition, London, Griffin and co.2. Prayag R.S.: (1989), Technology of printing” Court Press, SalemDharwad3.Bernard P Corb: Textiles Fiber to Fabric, McGrawHill InternationalReference Books4. ShenaiV.A : Technology of dyeing, Vol Vi. Sevakpublication ,BombayBombay-400031.5. ShenaiV.A : Technology of printing, Vol.IV, Sevak publication ,
Year: Second YearCourse: Advance Pattern Making ( Pr)TeachingScheme(Hrs/Week)L T P C3 - - 3Semester: IVCourse Code: XFD 4411Continuous Internal Assessment(CIA)CIA-110CIA-2 CIA-32010CIA-410Lab-End SemesterExaminationTheory100Lab-Total100Max. Time, End Semester Exam - 3Hrs.Course ObjectivesTo expand the skill to draw using different themes for men, women and kids.1To develops and introduces categories of clothing.2To Understanding of different themes and relate it to make garments.3To use different illustration techniques, texture and patterns according to theme.4Course t Pattern Making10Jacket VariationJacket Component VariationCorset GownCorset GownTotal No. of HrsCourse OutcomeStudents should able toCO1Students will able to explain various style lines used in patterning.CO2Students will able to explain various garment components and stitching procedure for it.CO3The student will developp the skills for basic patternmaking along with dart mmanipulationtechniques.Students will able to explain various style lines used in patterning.CO4RecommendedResources101010444
1. Fashion Sketchbook, Bina Abling2. Illustrating Fashion Concept to Creation, Steven Stiplelman, YorkPublication3.Mode (Fashion, Illustration, Color & Style)-2Style) 2 Hannelore Eberle & HannesDollel, Auflage Publication 2010Text BooksReference BooksE-Resources184.108.40.206.5.6.Fashion Kaleidoscope by Meher Castelino Rupa & CompanyIndian Fashion by Hindol Sengupta, Pearson EducationA cebration of Style by Sharada Dwivedi, AJSK PublicationsFashion Design Drawing by Elisabetta Drudi BAtsford and PresentationFigure Drawing, Elisabetta Drudi & Tizianapaci, Pepsin Press, 2005Mode (Fashion Drawing & Design), Hannelore Eberle & Hannes Dollel,Auflage Publication,Publicatio 2010
School of FashionFashion Designing & Cosmetic ScienceSecond Year B.Sc. (Fashion Designing)Year: Second YearCourse :Fashion Illustration –KidsKids (Pr)TeachingScheme(Hrs/Week)L T P C- - 4 2Semester: IVCourse Code: XFD4XFD412Continuous Internal Assessment(CIA)CIA-1-CIA-2 CIA-3-CIA-4-Lab50End SemesterExaminationTheory-Lab50Total100Max. Time, End Semester Exam - 3Hrs.Course Objectives1 To Introduction of fashion illustration and its role in fashion design.2 To understand Fashion terminologies and basics of clothing origins.3 To understand Fashion Psychology with its impact on culture.4 To know the garment feature and their uses.Course ion to Fashion Illustration ::IIhatching of the line, Vertical , Diagonal & Cross HatchingObject Drawing ::Natural, Geometrical, Abstract, white space& rendering of the object.ProportionUnderstanding thet proportion of Kids figure 4’’ Head ”head Fashion figure.Line (queue development & body proportions head, neck, neph to waist,waist to crotch, crotch thigh to knee, knee to ankle ,ankle to foot , shoulder toelbow, elbow to wrist, wrist to hip of the figure .868Ball & Stitch CroquisIII4IISame as aboveFigure drawing of the Croquis using ball & stick method & stylization ofvarious partFashion Illustration of Male figure in different angleFront Side Angle, Straight , side & back angel.6
5IIIFlashing of the Croquis, with using staedtlerDraping of salwar kamiz, blouse & trouser, T Shirt& Skirts , Bridal wearwear.Total No. of Hrs1846Course OutcomeStudents should able toCO1Students will get the introduction of fashion illustration and its role in fashion design.CO2Students will understand Fashion terminologies and basics of clothing origins.CO3Students will understand Fashion Psychology with its impact on culture.CO4Students will know the garment feature and their uses.RecommendedResources1. Ireland, Patrick John - Encyclopaedia of Fashion Details, B.T. BatsfordText BooksLtd.2. Ireland, Patrick John – Fashion Design – Drawing & Presentation B.T.Bats ford Ltd3. Waddell, Gavin – How Fashion Works- Blackwell Science Ltd.Reference BooksE-Resources1.Ireland, Patrick John - Fashion Design Illustration - Women, B.T. Batsford
School of Fashion Designing & Cosmetic ScienceSecond Year B.Sc. (Fashion Designing)Year: Second YearCourse: Garment Construction ( Pr)TeachingScheme(Hrs/Week)L T P C- 4 2Semester: IVCourse Code: XFD4XFD413Continuous Internal Assessment(CIA)CIA-1-CIA-2 CIA-3-CIA-4-Lab50End SemesterExaminationTheory-Lab50Total100Max. Time, End Semester Exam - 3Hrs.Course Objectivesves some value additions to improve the aesthhetic value of the1 To Design process involvFabric.2 To efficiently use various techniques of dyeing and Printing to exaggerate tthe look andconvert simplicity in to creeativity.3 To learn effective batik method for dying and printing.4 To apply Indian Traditional embroideries for enhancing Women’s apparel, accessories,stationary, life style products etc.Course ContentUnitNo.ModuleNo.ContentHoursJacket Pattern Making1I10Jacket Variation2I345IIIJacket Component VariationCorset GownCorset GownTotal No. of Hrs610844
Course OutcomeStudents should able toCO1CO2CO3CO4Students will able to understand some value additions to improve thee aaesthetic value ofthe Fabric.Students will efficientlly use various techniquess of dyeing and Printing to exaggerate thelook and convert simplicity in to creativity.Students will learn effective batik method for dying and printing.Students will able to apply Indian Traditional embroideries for enhancing Women’sapparel, accessories, stationary, life style products etc.RecommendedResources1. Batik (Eloise Piper)Text Books2. Chemistry of Dyes and Principles of Dyeing (V. A. Shenai)Reference Books220.127.116.11.5.E-ResourcesBernard P Corb: Textiles Fiber to Fabric, McGrawHill International.KVP Singh: Elementary idea of Textile Dying , Printing and Finishing,KalyaniPublishers.Fiber to FAabric (Cobman)(J.J. Pizzuto’s Fabric Science (Arthur Price)Technology of Textile Printing (R.S. Prayag)
School of Fashionn Designing & Cosmetic ScienceSecond Year B.Sc. (Fashion Designing)DesigningYear: Second YearCourse: Computer Aided Design – Coral Draw ( Pr)TeachingScheme(Hrs/Week)LT-P4C2Semester: IVCourse Code: XFD4XFD414Continuous Internal Assessment(CIA)CIA-1-CIA-2 CIA-3-CIA-4-Lab50End SemesterExaminationTheory-Lab50Total100Max. Time, End Semester Exam - 3Hrs.Course Objectives1 To enable students to gain knowledge about the basics of Adobe Illustrator.2 To impart knowledge on various tools used in Adobe Illustrator.3 To impart knowledge on various application of coral draw in fashion designing.4 To impart the knowledge about application of Adobe Illustrator for development of studentsportfolio.Course 2I3I45IIWhy Adobe Illustrator?4What are Vector Graphics?10Drawing with the Pen Tool:Tool10108.Total No. of Hrs
Course OutcomeStudents should able toCO1Students will be able to understand the basics of Adobe Illustrator.CO2Students will be able to use the various tools and effects in the Adobe Illustrator.CO3Students will be able to design and develop the various types of fashion details.CO4Students will be able to develop their own digital portfolio.RecommendedResourcesText BooksReference BooksE-Resources1. Readers Digest New complete Guide to Sewing , Readers Digest .2.Fashion Patternmaking Techniques ,Elisabetta kuky, promopress1. Helen J Armstrong, Pattern Making for Fashion Design, Prentice Hall2. Harold Carr & Barbara Latham, The Technology of ClothingManufacture, Oxford Pub., USA, 19943. Gerry Cooklin, Introduction to Clothing Manufacture, BlackwellScience, UK, 19914. Metric Pattern cutting & Grading by Winfred Aldrich.5. Ruthuth E. Glock , Grace I. Kunz. Apparel Manufacturing.
Schooll of Fashion Designing & Cosmetic ScienceSecond Year B.Sc. (Fashion Designing)Year: Second YearCourse: Fundamental of Draping (Practical)TeachingScheme(Hrs/Week)L T P C- - 4 2Semester: IIIICourse Code: XFD415Continuous Internal Assessment(CIA)CIA-1-CIA-2 CIA-3-CIA-3-Lab50End SemesterExaminationTheoryTotalLab50100Max. Time, End Semester Exam - 3Hrs.Course Objectives1 To learn basic fundamentalsals of draping which will include blocks and basicic styles.d skills regarding dart manipulation.2 To develop knowledge andd skills to develop interpretation of the design skeetch in to draping3 To acquire knowledge andfor Style Lines.4 To drape bodies blocks and skirt blocks.Course ContentUnit ModuleNo.No.1I2I3I4IContentIntroduction to Draping:Explanation about the Measurements and how they relate withDraping Identify the morphological components of the female form inrelation to mannequin or industrial dress form.Dummy Preparation, Muslin Preparation, Principles and FittingMethods.Basic Bodice Block :Front & Back, Draping of bodice on a body form using muslin cloth,and later creating a pattern of the same on the drafting paper.Draping of sleeves and collars on a body form using muslin cloth,and later creating a pattern of the same on the drafting paper.paperDart Manipulation:Single dart, Double dart, Dart Equivalents style lines 5.5Basic Skirt:Skirt Variations – Gathered, Flared, Pleated Skirt, Skirtswith Yoke.Draping of Skirts on a body form using muslin cloth, andHours10101010
5Ilater creating a pattern of the same on the drafting paper.Application of cowls : Upper Garments Lower Garments.GTotal No. of Hrs545Course OutcomeStudents should able toCO1CO2CO3CO4Students will learn bassic fundamentals of draping which will include bblocks and basicstyles.Students develop knowwledge and skills regarding dart manipulation.Student will acquire knnowledge and skills to develop interpretationn of the design sketchin to draping for Stylee Lines.Students will able to drape bodies blocks and skirt blocks with manipulation technique.Recommended ResourcesText BooksReference BooksE-Resources1. Draping for Apparel Design,Fairchild Publications,HelenJoseph Armstrong,2. The Art Of Fashion,Draping,Fairchild Publications, ConnieAmaden- Crawford3. Draping for Fashion Design , Inc.(A Siman & Schustercompany) 1993,Hilde Jaffe, NurieRelis4. Draping Drafting & Drawing, FairchildPublications,BinaAblina , Kathlech5. Draping Basics , sally Dimarco, Fairchild Books
School of Fashion Designing & Cosmetic ScienceSecond Year B.Sc. (Fashion Designing)Year: Second YearCourse: Fabric Artistry LabTeachingScheme(Hrs/Week)L T P C- 4 2Semester: IVCourse Code: XFD416Continuous Internal Assessment(CIA)CIA-1-CIA-2 CIA-3-CIA-4-Lab50End SemesterExaminationTheoryLab50Total100Max. Time, End Semester Exam - 3Hrs.Course ObjectivesTo understand about pre--post treatment of fabrics.1To acquire knowledge on classification of dyes.2To Introduce about various dyes.3To acquire knowledge about different printing techniques.4Course ContentUnitNo.1ModuleNo.IContentDifferent Methods of Tie and Dye: Different Methods of Tie and dyedye Marbling Folding Knotting Stitching Binding Laheria Rutching Chevron Pleating with pegs Twisting and Coiling Hours10
2I3I4I5IDifferent Methods of Batik: Crack Scratch Splash Batik Painting and Combination10Introduction to Styles of Printing Direct printing – Different methods of printing (Block Printing, Screen printing (Flat screen printing), Stencil printing,10105 Total No. of Hrs44Course OutcomeStudents should able toCO1Students will understand pre-processpreof fabric.CO2Students will understand various Dyes use in textile fibres.CO3Students will understand different styles of printing on fabric.CO4Students will understand different method of Tie and Dye.RecommendedResources6. Trotman E.R.: Bleaching & Dyeing & chemical Technology of TextileText BooksFibers, 5th Edition, London, Griffin and co.7. Prayag R.S.: (1989), Technology of printing” Court Press, SalemDharwad8. Bernard P Corb: Textiles Fiber to Fabric, McGrawHill InternationalReference Books9. ShenaiV.A : Technology of dyeing, Vol Vi. Sevakpublication ,BombayBombay-400031.10. ShenaiV.A : Technology of printing, Vol.IV, Sevak publication ,BombayBombay-400031.
Text Books 1. Fashion Sketchbook, Bina Abling 2. Illustrating Fashion Concept to Creation, Steven Stiplelman, York Publication 3.Mode (Fashion, Illustration, Color & Style) Dollel, Auflage Publication 2010 Reference Books 1. Fashion Kaleidoscope by Meher Castelino Rupa & Company 2. Indian
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A Review on Latest Trend of Cosmetics-Cosmeceuticals Nikita Wanjari, *Jyotsna Waghmare Department of Oil, Oleo-chemicals and Surfactants Technology, Institute of Chemical Technology, Nathalal . Others- Lipstick, Nail polish, Toothpaste and Powders. SKIN COSMECEUTICALS Cosmeceuticals are the cosmetic productsCited by: 5Publish Year: 2015Author: Nikita Wanjari, Jyotsna WaghmareExplore furtherLiterature review cosmetic industry Studymodewww.studymode.comResults Page 2 About Literature Review Cosmetic Industry .www.studymode.com10 Marketing Tips To Promote Your Cosmetic Brand Effectivelywww.designhill.comRecommended to you b
Fashion and circuitry design through analyzing non-digital and digital designs as well as classroom discussions. Students will discuss and analyze fashion designers, fashion design and e-fashion designs in pairs. Students will carry a whole group discussion on what makes a good design and personal style. Targeted principles, standards and skills:
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Peter Friz and Martin Hairer (2014), A Course on Rough Paths, Springer. Terry Lyons, M. Caruana, and T. L evy (2007), Di erential equations driven by Rough Paths, Springer. Future direction: Application to stochastic control and reinforcement learning: (i)Extend control theory to dynamical systems perturbed by coloured noise. (ii)Find e cient Monte-Carlo schemes to compute optimal path and .