B.A Honours in Fashion Design

Pearl Academy of Fashion (PAF)
In Jaipur, New Delhi and Chennai

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Graduates work as -. Fashion Designers in the Apparel Industry and Related Lifestyle Sectors. Fashion Coordinators/ Fashion Stylists. Brand Designers. Visual Merchandisers in Retail Stores. Product Developers in Design Merchandising.

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Pearl Academy of Fashion,82, Sterling Road, Nungambakkam, 600034, Tamil Nadu, India
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Pearl Academy of Fashion (PAF) ,SP 38A, RIICO Industrial Area Kukas, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
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New Delhi
Pearl Academy of Fashion,A - 21/13, Naraina Industrial Area - Phase II, 110028, Delhi, India
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· Requirements

10+2 pass in any discipline with minimum 50% marks

Course programme

Fashion Design has developed from an upcoming to an established and much in-demand career. It holds great potential of employment opportunities in the rapidly expanding designer labels, luxury brands, apparel retail brands and the ready-to-wear fashion industry.

In the current competitive environment, a fashion designer needs to be equipped with knowledge, skills and professional attitude to give shape to creative ideas through technical interpretation.

The 4-year B.A. (Hons.) in Fashion Design provides a thorough grounding in design development skills, fashion presentation, market knowledge and trend forecasting. It guides students to select their area of interest in womenswear, menswear, sportswear, kidswear or knitwear.

LEVEL 1 : Basic Knowledge, Skills and Concepts

This level emphasizes on an understanding of the elements, principles and concepts of fashion design and colour, fashion materials and processes as well as 2D and 3D fashion visualization and realization technology. Students will be able to employ a range of skills for the fashion design process-ideation, visualization, visual communication and presentation. Basic evaluative and investigative skills will be acquired to take the student to situate within the industrial, social and contemporary environment. Students also have the opportunity to learn an international language at Levels 1 & 2 from a choice of French/ Spanish/German/Chinese.

LEVEL 2 : Application and Practice

This level provides design, technical, business and marketoriented projects to develop advanced fashion capabilities, such as for contoured/structured wear, fashion presentation and promotion application. The student is further initiated into the business management and market context of fashion design. An industry internship in a focused area, along with optional learning experience of one semester at an approved institute helps students to exercise autonomy to plan their curricular mix, should they choose the flexible path. Students who do not opt for study overseas or in any other reputed national institute may continue to pursue their area of interest at the academy itself.

LEVEL 3 : Consolidation

This level ensures that students exploit their creative potential and acquire depth in various possible ways of engagement to sharpen commercial sensibilities, further honed by the analytical and problem-solving skills achieved during final work. The final project facilitates a student to create an unique pathway to a very meritorious achievement of final work and to demonstrate a well-honed, possibly specialised (Men's/Women's/Kidswear), preparation and fine tuning to the world of work.


Students of FD have an unique opportunity to present juried collections through Portfolio, which has emerged as one of the most prestigious fashion shows in Delhi. The event showcases the students' conceptual skills, creative talent, material & technical knowledge and market awareness. The show provides a fabulous platform to launch into a design career.

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