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APPLY FOR 2021! Thinking of studying a 3 year Diploma in Fashion at our brand new campus in Mowbray?

Master the art of Fashion Design, Garment Technology, Pattern Design, Digital Fashion Application and various industry specific business subjects.

Visit our website to view the full outline of the full-time diploma offering.

Online applications for 2021 are open.

For more information contact 0212240727 or email info@ctcfd.co.za or visit www.ctcfd.co.za – We look forward to hearing from you.

Unit 16 Waverley Business Park | Wyecroft Rd | Mowbray

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ADVANCED DIPLOMA FEATURE | Here we see work by Taylor Ambrose, who is exploring gender norms and the relevance of gender within our modern fashion industry.

Taylor will be taking direction from the WGSN trend ‘Gamescape’ for her upcoming S/S 21 collection. This trend pushes the concept of genderless silhouettes and colours, and offers a modern streetwear approach to design.
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ADVANCED DIPLOMA FEATURE | Tayla Burgess explains her concept direction for her Advanced Diploma collection:

"The concept focuses on how local subcultural youth are using fashion as a catharsis in dealing with social exclusion. The collection will not only be inspired by local subculture but also look at historical alternative design and fashion, and the impact it has on alternative culture today."
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ADVANCED DIPLOMA FEATURE| Dani Kemp is exploring the concept of Slow Design within the local fashion sector.

She has chosen to explore a minimalistic trend for her upcoming S/S 21 collection, which has been inspired by the WGSN trend direction: Homespun.
Dani is very passionate about sustainable fashion, and strives to create collections that lesson our impact on the environment.
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