THE FASHION PROFESSIONS

EuropeanFashionAcademy provides students and fashion professionals with a wide range of personalized services so that they can best meet and respond to the needs of each client. There are five main areas in the fashion industry that you can specialize in.

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STYLE OFFICE

A style office is a research company specializing in the anticipation, detection and analysis fashion-related trends. The style office can also be the in-house department of a company operating in the fashion or
luxury sector and having the same missions. Style offices are primarily aimed at fashion- related industries, but can also work in areas where design is important.

STYLING

The stylist must know how to identify future trends to design all the clothes, shoes and accessories that make up each collection of Ready-to-Wear or Haute Couture. Drawings can be made virtually using computer-assisted or hand-assisted creative software.
The Stylist also offers a choice of materials, fabrics and colors. Clothes that take into account The cost of making each garment. Once the garements are approved, a prototype is then created by a pattern-maker. The stylist verifies the conformity of the garment with its design until it's completion.

PATTERN-MAKER

The pattern-maker brings to life the project imagined by a stylist. He or she is responsible for creating the pattern of a garment in such a way as to materialize a style sketch or a technical drawing either by flat construction or by draping. Flat or flat-built is a question between theoretical data on the human body and knowledge of standard measurements.
The draping consists of a volume of the muslin on a dummy. In most cases the pattern is
created and modified using CAD software.

CAD

Computer-aided design or CAD includes all the software and geometric modeling techniques
that can be designed, virtually tested using a computer and digital simulation techniques - and making manufactured products and tools to make them.

INDUSTRIALIZATION

Industrialization is the process of manufacturing garments that take place either in a production line, with techniques that enable high labour productivity and which brings together seamstresses in constant infrastructures with fixed schedules and strict regulations.

EuropeanFashionAcademy provides students and fashion professionals with a wide range of personalized services so that they can best meet and respond to the needs of each client.

STYLE OFFICE

Office style

Trendscouter

Trend stylist

Studio coordinator

STYLING

Assistant Stylist

Senior Stylist

Graphic Designer

Fashion photo stylist

Fashion illustrator

Style Coordinator

Product Designer

Textile Designer

Head of style office

Artistic director

PATTERN-MAKER

Child

Women

Man

Lingerie

Sportswear

Haute couture

Blurry model maker

Collection manager

Product developer

Workshop chief

Collections director

CAD

Lectra Patternmaker

Lectra toilet pattern maker

INDUSTRIALIZATION

Cutter

Mechanic

Retoucher

REFA industrialization technician

Production manager

Quality manager

Production manager