Sabyasachi, Manish Malhotra or the likes are the names synonymous with Indian fashion and Bollywood, and if you too aim to be as successful as them and want to stand out in the crowd, then give wings to your dreams by pursuing fashion designing courses that will help you grow in that direction.
To be able to be a successful fashion designer, you should:
And to add to that, fashion designing courses give you knowledge and awareness of the fashion market requirements, the consumer landscape, the changing trends and so on which will give you an edge over others in the industry. Besides, fashion designing as a profession requires designers to constantly be in tune with market trends.
So, if you are artistic and the world of colours, glitz and glam attracts you, then fashion designing is for you!
Here we have compiled a list of top designing courses, the course fee and the duration of the courses and more to help you make informed choice. Check them out.
Certificate Course – Three/Six months Rs 50,000/- to Rs One Lakh
UG/PG Diploma – One year Rs One to Three Lakh
However, here’s a fun fact: did you know ace Bollywood fashion designer Manish Malhotra have not had any formal education in fashion? Yes, you read that right! Fashion designing is a creative industry and hence, not every skill required here can be taught or learned by training. Some skills are inherent or you need to self-learn them. So, having a flair for fashion and an undeterred passion for it is extremely pertinent to pursue this as a career.
(By Apoorva Girdhar)
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