Diploma Program

Eligibility: 10+2 | Age Limit: 16 & above
Duration: 1 year Diploma program (*900 hours)

Fashion Design


The link between fashion and art is undeniably growing stronger. Fashion’s unrelenting search for new expressions of an image reveals this innermost truth. In adhering to this belief, the student at our fashion institute of design will come to know the basis of drawing through all the elements and explanations given to him, and later will have the freedom and imagination necessary in the development of his personal style.

The fashion drawing design course illustrates all coloring and fashion drawing techniques, opening the door to imagination and consequently the creation of different types of clothes and accessories.

During the fashion design program the student will be expected to engage in a lot of practical exercises, will realize hundreds of fashion design drawing and different types of collections, from the autumn-winter to the spring-summer, from evening clothes to wedding gowns. At the same time, our method provides the knowledge of fashion design history up until contemporary times, suggesting different types of trends and tendencies, providing throughout a sociological fashion study.

Program Details
 Measurements Study
 Anatomy and Proportions
 Drawing Techniques
 Basics of Drawing
 Colors Theory
 Coloring Techniques
 Rendering Techniques
 Fashion Sketches
 Decoration
 Fashion Sketch Style
 Illustration
 Fashion History
 CAD for Fashion
 Creative Process
 Method of Research
 Fibers and Yarns
 Fabrics and Materials
 Fashion Design Portfolio
 Sociology – Marketing
 Fashion Accessories
 Flat Pattern Drafting
 Techniques Schedule

Fashion Stylist


Istituto di ModaBurgo was created with the intention of transforming its students into real fashion artists. Thus, each student is shown how to reconcile his individual imagination with professional workplace requirement. To become a fashion stylist means to be able to express a concept and implement it in terms of fashion.

As a part of this process, it is necessary to know something about clothes, coloring techniques, and manufacturing and most importantly how to give form (style) to an idea knowing that it can be realized.

For this reason, stylism has put together most of Fashion Design courses, Pattern Making and Dressmaking subjects. A real stylist will have to acquire skills related to the entire production cycle: from the creative process to the finished product.

Program Details
 Measurements Study
 Anatomy and Proportions
 Colors Theory
 Fashion Rendering Techniques
 Fashion Sketches
 Decoration
 Fashion Sketch Style
 Illustration
 Fashion History
 Photoshop and Illustrator for Fashion
 Creative Process
 Fibers and Yarns
 Fabrics and Materials
 Fashion Design Portfolio
 Method of Research
 Sociology – Marketing
 Fashion Accessories
 Ease Allowance Study
 Pattern Making – Haute Couture
 Pattern Layout and Techniques
 Pattern Placement
 Tailor Sewing Techniques
 Planning Techniques
 Techniques Schedule

Fashion Entrepreunship


Fashion entrepreneurs push the global fashion industry forward, through design innovation and new business models. In this course, the stories of the industry’s most dynamic entrepreneurs are divided into distinct stages of a business’ evolution, from launch and early traction, to business pivots and the challenge of scaling a global business. Be it building an independent brand or launching a fashion tech business, these entrepreneurs’ stories exemplify the motivation and perseverance required for success in today’s competitive fashion market, sharing the hard learned lessons they learnt on the way. They are required reading for any budding fashion entrepreneur.
This is a general course covering different aspects of the fashion industry, it is ideal for budding fashion entrepreneurs trying to find their niche. Gain insight into how the different parts of the fashion value chain work together, and get an idea of which area you might like to work in.

This entrepreneurship course helps you develop an entrepreneurial mindset to evaluate opportunities for new business in the fashion industry. You will explore ways to investigate the viability of these opportunities by undertaking an industry analysis, understanding key competitive factors that drive the creation of new fashion ventures, while taking into consideration new business models and customer value. You will also network with entrepreneurs across a range of different industries to develop your potential capacity as a fashion entrepreneur.

Objectives/Learning Outcomes/Capability Development
In this course you will develop the following program learning outcomes:
• Research and creatively solve problems, demonstrating expert judgment and ethical responsibility relating to your professional practice in fashion entrepreneurship.
• Critically analyses, synthesize and reflect on complex theories and recent developments, both local and international, at a micro and macro level, to extend and challenge knowledge and practice in fashion entrepreneurship.
• Professionally communicate propositions, processes and outcomes to address specialist and non-specialist audiences while working with cultural differences in an appropriate manner.
• Provide strategic leadership to effectively plan and manage the implementation of new directions and strategies within your professional field and environment, as well as effectively collaborate with others.

Dress Making


Our method is based on a simple and intuitive concept with just one aim: make every kind of clothing. All bases are made freehand without the use of pre¬built templates or graduated squares. At the end of the course, after having made many patterns, the student will be able to produce any outfit from a simple shirt to an elegant suit, from a skirt to a coat, from underwear to wedding gowns. The Burgo method is both traditional and new at the same time; the flavor of the ancient tailoring tradition is combined with modern creativity, always evolving with time. That’s why the practice and the search regarding the materials are fundamental and instrumental to the academic and professional preparation. It’s very important, step by step, to have constant contact with the teacher. Each student is followed and advised, always with respect for his own individuality.

Program Details
 Measurements Study
 Ease allowance Study
 Pattern Lay Out
 Haute Couture
 Pattern Making Techniques
 Transferring Darts
 Industrial Techniques
 Pattern Placement
 Tailor Sewing Technique
 Tailoring Techniques
 Industrial Sewing Techniques
 Fashion History
 Creativeness
 Fibers and Yarns
 Fabrics and Materials
 Pattern Grading Technique
 Planning Techniques
 Price Control
 Quality Control
 Techniques Schedule