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2010

northbrook college sussex

BA (HONS)


BA (Hons) (Validated by the University of Brighton)

Course Leader Simon Seivewright s.seivewright@nbcol.ac.uk

UCAS Code W232 Course Length 3 years full time Entry Requirements Individual offers may vary UCAS tariff: minimum 120 points Applicants should generally meet one of the following minimum entry requirements: n 2 x A2 Levels in appropriate subjects n 1 x A2 Level and 2 X AS Levels in appropriate subjects n Foundation Studies Diploma in Art & Design/Media n National Diploma Level 3 in appropriate subject n Access Diploma in related subject n An equivalent overseas qualification together with a proven ability in spoken and written English (IELT 6 overall) Mature students without formal qualifications but with relevant experience are encouraged to apply. Interview Applicants are interviewed with portfolio Portfolio We like to see a portfolio of recent work that comprises: creative research sketchbooks, drawings, artwork, design ideas and a written essay/contextual studies course work.

THE COURSE

COURSE CONTENT

This unique fashion design programme is for students wishing to pursue a career in the fast moving world of fashion, offering a three year full time degree programme specialising in menswear and/or womenswear design. Students will be encouraged to be original and innovative in the development of fashion design work, supported through creative, theoretical and professional practices that inform the world of fashion today.

Year 1 Fashion Sketchbook: Design in Context Deconstruction: Theory and Practice Fashion Futures 1: Design for Industry Fashion Profile 1: Fashion Marketing and Promotion Cultural and Supporting Studies

Working within a studio environment, students will explore distinctive and creative components within the fashion programme and these will be underpinned by a developing knowledge of fashion marketing, the business environment and fashion design within a historical, social, ethical and cultural context.

Year 2 Fashion Textiles: Contemporary Translation of Historical Costume Fashion Futures 2: Design for Industry Fashion Profile 2: Work Experience Fashion Architecture: Shape, Form and Structure Cultural and Supporting Studies Year 3 Design Concept: The Capsule Collection Innovation: Catwalk Collection (Elective) Enterprise: Creative Marketing Plan (Elective) Fashion Profile 3: Career Planning Portfolio Dissertation

PROGRESSION/CAREER This course aims to prepare students with a range of professional and transferable skills for employment or further study and future careers within fashion and/or creative industries. Career opportunities include fashion designers, freelance designers, self-employment/own fashion business, trend predictions, stylists, design consultants, fashion illustrators, Savile Row tailors, pattern cutters and garment technologists as well as areas within fashion marketing, branding, retail, merchandising and buying. TELEPHONE: 0845 155 60 60 www.northbrook.ac.uk/undergraduate

An Affiliated College of the University of Brighton


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Diana Alves

07828 464877 dianealves2003@yahoo.co.uk


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Gemma Ashe

07980 695491 g_ashe_88@ntlworld.com


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Rhea Fields

07909 445645 rheafields@hotmail.co.uk


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Laura Fuller

07745 821037 lalarox@hotmail.co.uk


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Madelaine Hill

07904 315878 madelaine712@hotmail.com


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Tacita Meredith

07766 835485 tacitameredith@hotmail.com


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Anna Louise Moxon 07830 527147 anna_moxon@hotmail.com


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Delavieje Nahvi 07890 735833 dfnahvi@yahoo.co.uk


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Helena Yazdian – Tehrani

07768 113025 helenayazdian-tehrani@hotmail.co.uk


SPONSORS


On behalf of the Fashion and Textiles department at Northbrook College Sussex, we wish to extend our congratulations to the graduates of 2010, on the Ba(hons) fashion design, Ba(hons) fashion media and promotion and Ba(hons) textile design programmes and to wish you all every success with your future dreams. We would also like to offer a big thank you to all of the generous sponsors and supporters of the department this year, without them this year’s shows and promotional material would not have been possible. As Course leader, I would also like to thank all the academic staff and especially all the wonderful technicians, Sarah Morrell, Anna Pugh, Mary Hassett, Joseph Cifuentes, Sue Barnes, Carolyn Harrison and Rob Campling for all their tireless efforts, experience and knowledge over the last year. SIMON Seivewright

Fashion Photoshoot Credits Creative Director: Simon Seivewright Stylist: Rebecca Leach Fashion Direction: Owen Gastor Photographer: Lucy Hackett, lucyhackett.co.uk Clothes by: Third year Ba(hons) Fashion design Female Models: Ngozi and Grace www.bmmodels.co.uk Male model: Tarquam www.bmmodels.co.uk Hair and Make-up: Lydia Pankhurst, lydiapankhurst.blogspot.com Brochure design Strohacker CREATIVE WWW.STROHACKER.NET


NORTHBROOK COLLEGE SUSSEX LITTLEHAMPTON ROAD WORTHING, WEST SUSSEX BN12 6NU

TELEPHONE: 0845 155 60 60 EMAIL: enquiries@nbcol.ac.uk www.northbrook.ac.uk/undergraduate

An Affiliated College of the University of Brighton


Northbrook College Fashion Brochure 2010