Develop your own design style in an international context
FASHION DESIGN — TREND RESEARCH — PATTERN MAKING — PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES — TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY — NEW TEXTILE MATERIALS — TECHNICAL DRAWING — CAD GRAFIS — HISTORY OF CLOTHING — FASHION THEORY — ETHNIC DRESS/TRANSCULTURAL FASHION — ARTISTIC PRESENTATION FORMATS — FASHION MARKETING — PROJECTS
On the English-language Fashion Design (with Internship) (B.A.) study program, you will acquire creative, manual, and technical skills and learn to use interdisciplinary thinking to design progressive collections. In addition to a high degree of creativity, one of the most important traits for up-and-coming designers is a sensitivity to social, cultural, and economic factors. The program focuses on international developments and how they influence the fashion industry.
The seven-semester study program covers practical, artistic, and theoretical aspects. Providing individual support and promoting personal skills take top priority. Establish industry contacts from an early stage: Cooperation with fashion companies and cultural institutions as well as an internship are important parts of the study program. Specialist English skills will help you to launch your career on the international fashion scene.
Design your own brand or work for well-known fashion brands. The international focus of the study program will open doors to renowned fashion companies worldwide. Alternatively, launch your own label with an international setup.
AMD graduates go on to work for many international companies:
Victoria Beckham, Vivienne Westwood, ACNE, Hussein Chalayan, Y3, Adidas, Hugo Boss, Alexander McQueen, Dries van Noten, Lacoste, Diesel, Kenzo, H&M.
The study program qualifies graduates to work in many areas, not just fashion design. Become a stylist for film and photo productions in close collaboration with model agencies, hair and make-up teams, and photographers. Work as a fashion scout and present potential future color developments, new materials, and approaches to contouring for trend research and analysis. Newspapers, publishers, agencies, and labels need fashion designers to create graphic representations of collections and visuals to present their trends.