Cape Town College of Fashion Design (CTCFD) provides innovative education that is responsive to the ever changing creative and technological developments in the fashion industry and to produce graduates who possess the knowledge, skills, design passion and work ethic to be highly employable in their chosen profession.








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Cape Town College of Fashion Design (CTCFD)
This weeks campus style features first years Banel and Rachel, serving us relaxed street wear with a pop of colour. We love to see it! ... See MoreSee Less
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Cape Town College of Fashion Design (CTCFD)
Reminder! Apply today to join our Menswear short course which offers students an overview of the garment technology processes - including pattern design and garment construction, with a focus on shirts, waistcoats and trousers. This 10 week course takes place every Saturday morning from 9am - 1pm, and will commence on the 14th of August 2021. For more information please contact shortcourses@ctcfd.co.za ... See MoreSee Less
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In support of Pride Month, CTCFD students and staff wore their truths for the day, as a reflection of their authentic selves. Through unique personal style, creativity and expression the CTCFD community came together to celebrate diversity and the powerful statement #liveyourtruth ... See MoreSee Less
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A reminder that the Mid Year Intake for first year 2021 at our sister campus the Fashion Institute of Garment Technology will start this Monday the 21st of June 2021 - applications are still being accepted so don’t delay in sending yours! The 2 year Seta accredited General Education & Training Certificate in Clothing Manufacturing Process provides students with knowledge in Garment Technology such as Pattern Design and Garment Construction, as well as foundation Fashion Design principles. Elementary computer skills are explored as well as foundation principles on business ownership and marketing.Please contact info@ctcfd.co.za or 0212240727 for more information. ... See MoreSee Less
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On the 16th of June 1976, South African students marched against the apartheid government. They were met with brutal force by police, resulting in the loss of many young lives. On the 16th of June each year, we celebrate Youth Day in memory of the Soweto Uprising and the courage and sacrifice of those students - as well as celebrate and support all our youth in South Africa. ... See MoreSee Less
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