You’ll begin by undertaking a broad range of short studio and workshop projects in visual imagery and practical making. These will help you develop skills and techniques that are common across all our extended degree courses and are followed by short projects that focus more specifically on fashion and textiles. During these subject-specific projects you’ll have the opportunity to explore pattern designing and cutting; making, styling and creative direction; recycling, embellishment and customisation; craft, bespoke and couture fashion; woven, constructed and printed textiles; and fashion drawing and photography. All our extended degree programmes allow you to develop techniques in observational, technical and creative drawing; 2D and 3D composition; framing; sequence/series and narrative, as well as studio and workshop skills. You’ll also attend lectures and seminars, which will frame creative practice within historical, contemporary, conceptual and cultural contexts.