Certificate in fashion design course

Portfolio Development


Portfolio Development

Portfolio development is the process of curating and presenting a collection of work that demonstrates a person's skills, experiences, and accomplishments. This collection can include various types of work, such as writing samples, design projects, artwork, presentations, and more. The purpose of a portfolio may vary depending on the individual's goals. It could be used to showcase one's abilities to potential employers or clients, to document progress and growth over time, or to simply reflect on past work and achievements. Developing a portfolio typically involves selecting pieces that best represent the person's strengths and interests, organizing them in a clear and compelling manner, and providing context and explanations for each piece. It may also involve creating new work specifically for the portfolio or customizing existing work to fit the desired presentation. Overall, a well-developed portfolio can be a powerful tool for showcasing one's unique abilities and accomplishments and can help open up new opportunities for personal and professional growth.


Semester I

Design Concepts I

  • FD-01: Orientation Program
  • FD-02: Basics Of Fashion
  • FD-03: Elements Of Design & Principles
  • FD-04: Design process
  • FD-05: Fashion Illustration I
  • FD-06: Color Theory

Garment Construction-I

  • FD-07: Principles Of Garment Construction
  • FD-08: Drafting & Pattern Making (Kids Wear)
  • FD-09: Garment Construction (Kids Wear)
  • FD-10: Fabric Consumption (Term Garment)
  • FD-11: Trim File & Market Sourcing

Textile Science

  • FD-12: Overview Of Textile Industry
  • FD-13: Fabric Study
  • FD-14: Fiber to Fabric
  • FD-15: Wet Processing

Portfolio Kids Wear

Textile Design & Print Development

  • FD-16: Surface Ornamentation (Tie & Die, Batik, Fabric Painting & Embroideries – 30 types)

Introduction To Computers

  • FD-017: Basic & Powerpoint

Career Path

A portfolio career is less of a goal and more of a long-term career choice. It is a career strategy that builds multiple work opportunities and revenue streams into a coherent whole. This choice allows a particular lifestyle, career progression, and set of opportunities. The jobs themselves may not appear related, but they are designed together Portfolio managers are financial professionals who work for wealth management firms, pension funds, foundations, insurance companies, banks, hedge funds and other organizations in the securities industry. It is common for a portfolio manager to begin his or her career as a financial analyst working on stocks, bonds or other securities for a firm working on stocks, bonds or other securities for a firm or as a junior analyst or a senior analyst.