A new fashion design course for fashion designers is about to be offered by the University of New Mexico.
The course, Fashion Design for Fashion Industry, is designed to provide students with a practical approach to fashion design.
According to the program, Fashion Designer Development for Fashion is the first course of its kind at the university, with students being able to apply their own style, skills, and experience.
“It is the perfect opportunity to provide a practical course to students who are working towards their design careers, while providing them with the tools they need to start their careers,” said Michael Smith, a senior associate dean at the University.
Students will begin their education in the fall, with the course taking place in the Spring.
In addition to Smith, the course will feature two instructors, Lauren S. Fosbury and Amanda R. Korn.
Korn is the executive director of the Institute of Design, and the course is open to all students who have a high school diploma or GED.
Smith added that the course has a strong emphasis on fashion and design and will focus on students’ strengths.
To learn more about the Fashion Design course, click here.
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