Hey, thanks for the compliments. I really enjoyed my experience there. I thought as an introduction to fashion design it really was great for me. Obviously nothing’s perfect but in Singapore that’s roughly the best you’re gonna get.
You really have to be clear about what you want, because there are many components of the course that deviate from just design work (as with real life). There’s also the thing about the 1st year foundation which has almost nothing to do with fashion (that I didn’t really love, but bitterly agree it was beneficial on some levels).
To be perfectly honest, the portfolio isn’t a big deal. Just show an array of whatever work you have, don’t typecast yourself with eg. only paintings; give a little variety. I mean, part of being in the creative industry is that you have to have taste. If you’re really passionate about it, you’d know whether your work was good or not, and establish a portfolio based on the intuition of your strengths and weaknesses. Also, the whole of foundation is rather ostentatious. It’s not as serious as it’s put out to be so don’t worry about it.Friday September 12th //