Fashion Design: 1950 to Now
Queensland University of Technology
Area of Study
Fashion, Fashion Design
Taught In English
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Recommended U.S. Semester Credits3 - 4
Recommended U.S. Quarter Units4 - 6
Hours & Credits
OverviewThis unit provides an understanding of key theories and approaches to fashion design in the 20th and 21st centuries. It builds on knowledge gained in DFB102 Introduction to Fashion and DFB303 Unspeakable Beauty: A History of Fashion and prepares you for further studies in Fashion including DFB602 Critical Fashion Studies.Learning OutcomesTo successfully complete this unit you will:
AssessmentAssessment name: PresentationDescription: Present a key aesthetic in Fashion Design since 1950.Relates to objectives: 1 & 3Weight: 40Internal or external: InternalGroup or individual: GroupDue date: Mid SemesterAssessment name: EssayDescription: Analyse the work of a Fashion Designer since 1950Relates to objectives: 2 & 3Weight: 60Internal or external: InternalGroup or individual: IndividualDue date: Late Semester
- Demonstrate knowledge of the key aesthetic influences in the design of fashion since the 1950s.
- Demonstrate knowledge of how fashion design relates to art, technology and design theories.
- Apply written, oral and visual communication skills in the presentation of an analysis of Fashion Design Practice since the 1950s.
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