Undergraduate

Why choose UNT’s Fashion Design Program?

  • The only college in the region which places fashion design in the art department
  • The only college in the region that offers both B.F.A. and M.F.A. degrees in fashion design
  • A program of study that focuses on creative fashion based on design principles, while emphasizing skill building and preparing students for a career in the fashion design industry
  • An education that encourages students to create designs that are both innovative and current, while being marketable and suitable for manufacturing
  • Courses taught by faculty with industry experience and whose designs have received national and international acclaim
  • Access to the Texas Fashion Collection, a museum-quality collection of over 18,000 articles of historic clothing and accessories

The objective of the Fashion Design undergraduate program at UNT is to give the student the professional skills to take a fashion design idea from sketch to finished garment and an education in design development through an emphasis on art research, fashion history and trend analysis. The skills taught in the program include:

  • Flat patternmaking
  • Draping
  • Fashion drawing
  • Industrial sewing
  • Computer-aided design

See the UNT Research magazine article on the Fashion Design program.

Student accomplishments

Victoria Lin - Fashion Design FIG Award

Victoria Lin received 2nd place in the Bridal/Eveningwear category for the 2016 Fashion Group International of Dallas Scholarship Competition. This is her design on the runway at Dallas Market Center.

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Victoria Lin received 2nd place in the Bridal/Eveningwear category for the 2016 Fashion Group International of Dallas Scholarship Competition. This is her design on the runway at Dallas Market Center.

Alumni accomplishments

Simon Walker

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