Pearl Academy, India’s leading institution in design, fashion, creative businesses and media announced that it has commenced admission process for 11 months weekend professional programs in Fashion Design (women’s wear), Fashion Styling, Fashion Make-up and Interior Decoration.
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Eligibility: Open to all enthusiast
Duration: 11 Months (weekends)
How to Apply: Students can apply online by visiting Pearl Academy website www.pearlacademy.com . They can also call Pearl Academy’s Toll free number 1800 103 3005 to register.
Fashion Design (women’s wear) – This professional certificate course will equip the student for fashion design and manufacturing opportunity. It is based on active learning methodology and learning includes industry visits, craft fair visits, museums of textiles and art.
Fashion Styling: This course is aimed at equipping the learners with the ability to style themselves and others aesthetically, to enhance their personal style image, appearance and grooming skills. This course imparts holistic value addition through image management, personal styling, appearance management, social etiquette and others
Fashion Make-up: This course aims at introducing the professional skills required of a makeup artist, increasing the awareness of different products available in the current market, covering the basics from pre- foundations to makeup on a variety of faces. It includes Traditional and contemporary bridal and bridal party makeup, Runway, Theatre and cinema make-up.
Interior Decoration: Course introduces elements and principles of Interior Decoration, and develops an understanding of Décor elements to create visually appealing and aesthetical interior decoration schemes for Residential and Commercial spaces like Homes, Hospitality (Hotels, Restaurants), Commercial and Retail Spaces.
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