If you are looking for Fashion Design, Fashion Marketing or Fashion Merchandising classes in California we have compiled a comprehensive list of courses from schools across the area. Feel free to browse these Fashion classes in CA and search for schools to request information:
This advanced Fashion Photography course helps the student understand the process of producing and executing a professional fashion shoot. Students enrolled in the fashion photography course can learn to work with both amateur and professional models, professional hair/makeup artists, and professional wardrobe stylists as part of a creative team. Specific attention is paid to lighting and film processing techniques unique to contemporary fashion photography.
ADV231 Fashion Photography 1
This advanced course helps the student understand the process of producing and executing a professional fashion shoot. Students have the opportunity to learn to work with amateur and professional models, professional hair/makeup artists, and professional wardrobe stylists as part of a creative team. Specific attention is paid to lighting and processing techniques unique to contemporary fashion photography.
ADV232 Fashion Photo Industry
This course is designed as a continuation of the first fashion course. This advanced course requires the highest levels of pre-production and production of contemporary fashion images. There will be an emphasis on real work experience and an in-depth exposure to the L.A. fashion industry. Students will have the opportunity to learn how to develop working relationships with modeling agencies and other creative professionals. Lighting and styling techniques will be refined to produce a body of professional level images suitable for the editorial-fashion or advertising-fashion markets.
Academy of Art University
Academy of Art University has one of the top fashion schools in the nation with the most famous school fashion show in the industry. Study fashion design or merchandising and build your career with houses like Versace, Calvin Klein, Givenchy and Alexander McQueen. We offer undergraduate and graduate fashion degree programs, online classes, and continuing education.
FSH 101: Fashion Design 1
This course provides a foundation in the process of fashion design from development to editing and balancing a collection. Students work through carefully selected projects aimed at developing visual research skills, identifying design elements and interpreting and developing ideas.
FSH 213: Fashion Marketing
This course introduces students to marketing including identifying consumer behavior, determining markets, and developing programs to drive the products to the end user. Students learn the importance of the four key components of marketing: product, price, promotion, and placement.
The Art Institute of California
The objective of the Bachelor of Science in Fashion Marketing & Management degree program is to combine the broad cultural knowledge and critical-thinking skills of the liberal arts education with emphasis on the creative, technical, design and business capabilities in order to foster the relationship between knowledge and application, theory and practice.
FD2223 Trends & Concepts in Apparel Marketing
This course is a comprehensive study of trend forecasting, including the examination of social issues, demographics, and historical factors that affect the fashion and related industries.
FD2287 Fashion Show Production
In this course, the students will work as a team to produce a fashion show. They will cover all aspects of the production and management of the show.
International Academy of Design and Technology
The Fashion Design program engages students in the process of apparel conceptualization, illustration, construction and marketing. Students will experiment with lines, colors, patterns, textures, functions and style in the design and creation of original garments. A study of the evolution of fashion provides the basis for the development of predictive skills in consumer behavior and trend forecasting. The Fashion Design program provides students with an interest in the Fashion Design industry the opportunity to enhance creative skills and to develop the technical competencies for employment in the field.
FASH 125 Fashion Sketching II
This course covers the fashion figure, its proportions, and poses to suit varied markets, including rendering of fabrics and exploration of varied media.
FASH 110 Clothing Construction I
Principles of basic construction and cutting techniques are studied and industrial sewing machines are used to construct a complete garment. A notebook of machine and hand-sewn samples is compiled for future reference. The focus of the course is on accuracy, technique and neatness.