FSD 221: Sophomore Design Studio
Emphasis of this course is on creative development within an interdisciplinary studio environment. Each student will be given five design challenges. Three of those challenges will be realized in fashion fabrics. Advanced construction, drafting, draping, couture techniques, and research pertaining to the design student are included. Use of several types of fabric is required and design problems are solved. A research paper is written and presented in class. Design problems are discussed and solved individually and as a team. Advanced techniques are demonstrated and covered as necessitated by student designs. Participation in the Fashion Show and preliminary judging is required. Prerequisites: FSD 101, FSD 103, FSD 105, FSD 102, and FSD 203 or FSD 206.