AICET 2016 – All India Combined Entrance Test (AICET) 2016

AICET 2016 – All India Combined Entrance Test (AICET) 2016

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Fashion Forward

Are you one endowed with rich artistic sensibilities and technical abilities? If so, it could easily be your ticket to lucrative careers. Take your passion to the next level by pursuing courses in fashion design to learn the latest designing techniques. A bachelor’s program in fashion design will help you make a mark in that direction by reinforcing your ability to work with varying fabrics, styles and techniques.

Starting with the history of fashion, you will also learn about colour theory, draping techniques, computer-aided fashion design, drawing and design techniques, fabric analysis, different textiles and how to make patterns as well. The study of research techniques, contemporary trends and markets is as important as honing of design skills. Over the course period you will develop a personal style. Your course will arm you with all the necessary tools to create your own, unique collection in sync with the demands of a fashionable audience. With your creative ideas, your forte will be not
only clothes but also textiles and accessories.

From careers in merchandising to careers in apparel design, with a bachelor’s program in fashion design you will easily find employment in specialised design studios, exclusive boutiques and related industries. WLCI‬ School of Fashion offers a bunch of interesting options for those interested in this dynamic profession. Admission is on the basis of an entrance test. To give wings to your dreams of
becoming a fashion designer or for a creative career in fashion, you must take WLCI’s All India Combined Entrance Test or AICET, scheduled to be held on May 8 this year. Do register at http://admissions.wlci.in

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