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Apparel and Textile Production II-Course Outline
1.01
A. The Design Process
1. The Design Concept
a. Forecasting
b. History
c. Nature
d. Media
e. Current Events
f. Other Fashion Designers
2. Sketching
a. Elements of Design
b. Principles of Design
c. Croquis
3. Pattern Making
a. Process & Development
b. Design Details
c. Prototypes
d. Sample Tech Pack
e. Costing
1.02
A. Textile Science
1. Fabric Finishes
a.
Appearance
b.
Performance
c.
Texture
2. Innovations
a.
Nanotechnology
b.
Microfibers
c.
Green Fabric Finishes
d.
Microencapsulation
2.01
A. Types of Machines
1. Lockstitch machine
2. Overlock machine
3. Flatlock machine
4. Blind Hem machine
5. Buttonhole machine
6. Embroidery machine
7. Needle size and types
8. Machine Adjustments
B. Classes of Stitches
1. Chainstitch
2. Coverstitch
3. Lockstitch
C. Classes of Seams and Seam Finishes
1. Superimposed seams
2. Lapped seams
3. Bound seams
4. Flat seams
5. Edge finished seams
6. Ornamental seams
D. Construction Details and Techniques
1. Garment Shaping Devices
2. Facings
3. Sleeves
4. Collars
5. Waistbands
6. Pockets
7. Fasteners
8. Hems
2.02
A. Manufacturing a Production Pattern
1. Grading
2. Marking
3. Spreading
4. Cutting
B. Methods of Assembling the Product
1. Whole Garment/Tailoring
2. Progressive Bundle/ Piecework
3. Unit Production System
4. Modular Manufacturing
C. Standards of Quality Assurance and Fit
1. Manufacturing Quality
2. Fit
D. Issues in Apparel Manufacturing
1. Societal Labor Issues
2. Environmental Issues
3. Global Trade and Regulations
3.01
A. Marketing Mix & Strategies
1. Product
2. Price
3. Place
4. Promotion
B. Marketing Plan
1. Situation Analysis
2. Objectives
3. Strategies
4. Tactics
C. Action Plan
3.02
A. Fundamentals of Market Research
1. Sales Research
2. Consumer Research
3. Comparison Shopping
4. Trade and Consumer Publications
B. Fashion Forecasting
1. Fashion Trends
2. Fashion Services
3. Color Services
4.01
A. Labeling
1. Types of labels
a. Woven
b. Embroidered
c. Leather
d. PVC/Rubber
e. Printed
2. Classifications of labels
a. Brand or main label
b. Size Label
c. Care Label
d. Flag Label
e. Manufacturers Label
f. Special Label
g. Batch Mark Label
h. Tagless Label
3. Label Information
a. Mandatory information
b. Voluntary information
B. Hangtags
4.02
A. International Wholesale Apparel Markets
1. European Collection Openings
2. Pret-a-porter Collections
3. Market Week & Fairs
B. Domestic Wholesale Apparel Markets
1. New York
2. Showrooms
3. National Trade Shows
4. Regional Market
C. Preparing For Market
1. Publicity
2. Advertising
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