Fashion Summer Courses Italy

3 – 21 June, 1 – 19 July

What you will learn

Fashion Summer Courses in Italy for Stylist, Designer, Pattern Making, Dressmaking, Cutting and Sewing. The lessons are conducted on an individual basis, wich each student is privately instructed. We can offer a significant a complete experience in a short period of time. Prior to beginning the lesson, each student will decide wich programme is appropriate with the aid of their instructor.
Method, Programs and Patented Book of the Istituto Moda Burgo (Milan) – the famous Italian fashion school. Teaching in English, Italian, Russian.

Durations and Fees

Stylist Course 90 hours 45 hours
Designer and Pattern Making 90 hours 45 hours
Designer Course 90 hours 45 hours
Pattern Making Course 90 hours 45 hours
Dressmaking Course 90 hours 45 hours
Cutting and Sewing 90 hours 45 hours
Total hours 90 45
Lesson duration 3 hours 3 hours
Course duration 3 weeks (15 working days) 8 working days
Duration 30 lessons 15 lessons
Weekly lessons 10 lessons 10 or 5 lessons
Entry fee 250 € 250 €
Course Fee 1000 € 500 €

Prices are comprehensive of VAT.

In the cost is comprised the didactic material from rules and books.

The Summer Fashion Courses in Italy, Treviso includes a one or two lessons a day from Monday to Friday (Morning 9:00 – 12:00, Afternoon 13:00 – 16:00). Each lesson has a duration of 3 hours. At the end of Fashion Summer courses are awarded a Certificate of attendance.
The enrollment at our school can be made in any month of the year because the courses are in group but have an individual character.
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scuola di moda

Program of Study

  • Basic Figure Drawing
  • Colouring Technique
  • Color Theory
  • Colour rendering
  • Personal Sketching Style
  • Creativeness
  • Fashion Trends
  • Fashion Collection on Demand
  • Components of a Collection
  • Designing a Personal Collection
  • Alta Moda (Haute-Couture)
  • Tailor Sewing Techniques
  • Industrial Sewing Methods
  • Planning Techniques
  • Pattern Making with Method Burgo
  • Pattern Lay-Out
  • Finishing Touch
  • Machine Sewing

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