Fida is delighted to offer an opportunity to show your portfolio to our team.
Over a series of 3 weeks you will send in your design/illustration portfolio of work and after the first round of feedback, you will then submit a more refined version to then get final comments.
Review portfolio supplied by the creative on application
We would like to see:
Research, sketch book, designs, drawings, colour charts, fabrics, details and trimmings anything else inspiring.
You will then receive feedback to portfolio and questions.
Review changes to portfolio with suggested changes taken into consideration.
Final Portfolio Review.
What you need to supply:
A pdf of your work up to 30 pages or a collection of 30 pages of images (photographs or scans).
These could be scans or photographs .
What you will expect to hear back from the Fida team.
1 - layout and design
2 - Quality of drawing
3 - Guidance of areas to develop or improve
4 - What areas are successful and should be developed or pushed further.
5 - Techniques and suggestions on ways to improve your style of drawing.
6 - Answer to a list of questions you will have to be answered. No more than 10 questions so need for an essay. i.e. what drawing style thinks will improve my chances of getting commissioned/paid work.
7 - A certificate that you were successful on the portfolio course.
Team Fida is a collection of professionals working in the fields of both luxury fashion and design plus academic framework based tutors up to Masters level.
Our Director Patrick Morgan RCA did his Master at The Royal College of Art and is our Education Director, he has worked in the industry of education for over 20 years, lecturing at The Royal College, Tate Modern, MACBA, Goldsmiths, LCF, Conde Nast and has taught fashion design, fashion styling, Luxury brand management and fashion illustration. Working for Tom Ford, Dior, LVMH, Yves Saint Laurent and ran the Masterclass of Fashion drawing for the V&A with Dior.
Any other questions please email team Fida
V&A Masterclass, Christian Dior 'Designer of Dreams' exhibition.