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Fashion Design Students create garments as samples to learn construction techniques or construct their own designs during their studies at FEDISA
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Students created half scale historically accurate costumes, including all the undergarments, from different eras. This costume depicts the Elizabethan era. [2nd year]

Students created half scale historically accurate costumes, including all the undergarments, from different eras. This costume depicts the Elizabethan era.

Students created half scale historically accurate costumes, including all the undergarments, from different eras. This costume depicts the Directoire era. [2nd year]

Students created half scale historically accurate costumes, including all the undergarments, from different eras. This costume depicts the Directoire era.

1st years demonstrate 14 different beading techniques in designs of their choice, onto their shift dress samples.

years demonstrate 14 different beading techniques in designs of their choice, onto their shift dress samples.

Felt fabrication pieces molded into art, which will later form part of a tote bag [1st Year]

Felt fabrication pieces molded into art, which will later form part of a tote bag Year]

Students were instructed to create and construct a fully functional collar, separate from the garment. This collar had to be beaded using a variety of self-researched beading techniques.

Students were instructed to create and construct a fully functional collar, separate from the garment. This collar had to be beaded using a variety of self-researched beading techniques.

Students were instructed to create and construct a fully functional collar, separate from the garment. This collar had to be beaded using a variety of self-researched beading techniques.

Students were instructed to create and construct a fully functional collar, separate from the garment. This collar had to be beaded using a variety of self-researched beading techniques.

Students were instructed to create and construct a fully functional collar, separate from the garment. This collar had to be beaded using a variety of self-researched beading techniques.

Students were instructed to create and construct a fully functional collar, separate from the garment. This collar had to be beaded using a variety of self-researched beading techniques.

Students were instructed to create and construct a fully functional collar, separate from the garment. This collar had to be beaded using a variety of self-researched beading techniques.

Students were instructed to create and construct a fully functional collar, separate from the garment. This collar had to be beaded using a variety of self-researched beading techniques.

Students were instructed to create and construct a fully functional collar, separate from the garment. This collar had to be beaded using a variety of self-researched beading techniques.

Students were instructed to create and construct a fully functional collar, separate from the garment. This collar had to be beaded using a variety of self-researched beading techniques.

Students were instructed to create and construct a fully functional collar, separate from the garment. This collar had to be beaded using a variety of self-researched beading techniques.

Students were instructed to create and construct a fully functional collar, separate from the garment. This collar had to be beaded using a variety of self-researched beading techniques.

Students were instructed to create and construct a fully functional collar, separate from the garment. This collar had to be beaded using a variety of self-researched beading techniques.

Students were instructed to create and construct a fully functional collar, separate from the garment. This collar had to be beaded using a variety of self-researched beading techniques.

Students were instructed to create and construct a fully functional collar, separate from the garment. This collar had to be beaded using a variety of self-researched beading techniques.

Students were instructed to create and construct a fully functional collar, separate from the garment. This collar had to be beaded using a variety of self-researched beading techniques.

Students created half scale historically accurate costumes, including all the undergarments, from different eras. This costume depicts the Victorian era. [2nd year]

Students created half scale historically accurate costumes, including all the undergarments, from different eras. This costume depicts the Victorian era.

Students created half scale historically accurate costumes, including all the undergarments, from different eras. This costume depicts the Rococo era. [2nd year]

Students created half scale historically accurate costumes, including all the undergarments, from different eras. This costume depicts the Rococo era.

1st years demonstrate 14 different beading techniques in designs of their choice, onto their shift dress samples.

years demonstrate 14 different beading techniques in designs of their choice, onto their shift dress samples.

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