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Fashion Design & Merchandising

Fashion Design & Merchandising

Introduction to the Course

Fashion Design is the art of the application of design & aesthetics to clothing & accessories.

This course has been designed to respond to the ever changing needs of the modern fashion industry. The fashion industry requires an innovative approach, for which, effective communication is essential.

A good understanding of contemporary fashion systems is vital.

The main aim of the course is to ensure that you will graduate as a highly confident & professional individual, who can demonstrate a strong understanding of & critical approach to, the design process.

The course at PfW will help you develop a good base of visual skills, a broad knowledge of fashion business practice & an awareness of Modern Technical Processes.

Computer Aided Design (CAD) is an integral part of the course. Students are also edified in Marketing, Merchandising & Retailing.


On completion of the course, students pursue careers in design and/or pattern cutting, styling, visual merchandising, buying, sourcing, garment technology & product development. They can work as Designers, Assistants to Designers, Pattern Makers, Fashion Stylists, Fashion Merchandisers, Fashion Co-ordinators, Self Entrepreneurs, Quality Controllers, Fashion Consultants’ etc.


One year course
One / Two / Three years diploma course
B.Sc & M.Sc degree courses


10TH / 10+2 / Graduation, passed or appeared

Admission Procedure

Admission is direct, on first served & merit basis.

Fashion Design & Merchandising

ONE YEAR Two Years Third Year
Basic Design Basic Design Industrial Pattern Making
Design Ideas Design Ideas Fashion Forecasting
Model Drawing Model Drawing Apparel Production Techniques
Sketching Sketching Traditional Textiles
Fashion Art Fashion Art Stylized Illustration
Drafting & Adaptation Elements of Fashion Forecasting Applied Art on Fabrics
Garment Construction Drafting & Adaptation Advance Garment Construction
Pattern Making Garment Construction Draping & Grading Techniques
Accessory Design Commercial Pattern Making Apparel Merchandising & Management
Fabric Science Textile Theory Quality Control
Basics of Merchandising History of Fashion Accessory Design
Fashion Show/Presentation Draping Techniques Advance CAD
Marketing & Merchandising Project Work & Case Study
Fabric Science Analysis Portfolio
English Communication Skills Internship
Computer Aided Design (CAD) Fashion Show/Presentation
Fashion Show/Presentation