Using a computer to create clothing designs and then view them on a virtual mannequin? That’s exactly what students do in Fashion Design and Merchandising’s 2D/3D Computer-Aided Design class. But how would their outfits look on the runway, in a business office, or a variety of other settings?
To find out, FDM 338 collaborated this past semester with Theater and Dance’s Advanced Scenic Design class on 3D fashion runway design projects. And the result? Watch the VIDEO to find out!
“This project was a wonderful endeavor for our students, as well as a fun and fulfilling experience to collaborate with Theater students,” says Ju-Young Kang. “Students loved seeing how their ideas ‘came to life’ by sharing their collections and trying out different runways. We encouraged them to add their own specific ideas, which made the endeavor even more exciting.”