CFD works closely with fashion industry experts to help students get internships and work placements. This is a great asset to their resumes and improves the employability and prospects once they graduate. Fashion Design graduates can expect to launch careers as designers, stylists, illustrators, and graphic designers.
For a Fashion Designer, everything starts from a sketch. They are responsible for creating original clothing, accessories or footwear. They should know all the designing process from sketching to selecting fabrics and patterns as well as a good technical understanding of the production process for clothing, accessories, or footwear.
To become a Jewelry or accessories designer, you will need manual dexterity, artistic skills, steady hands, experience with CAD software to design, the ability to visual design ideas to actual jewelry, and a knowledge of popular fashion.
As a Jewelry of accessories designer, you have the opportunity to be self-employed or work for reputable jewelers.