School of Fashion

Whether you wish to prepare for tertiary study, start your own fashion label, secure a career within the industry or just enjoy learning new skills, this course is for you.

School of Fashion

View our School of Fashion book with a collection of student work for 2019.

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The Hagley School of Fashion provides a creative environment and flexible options so you can perfectly tailor the course to your requirements and get to where you want to be.

Tīaho Cultural Fashion Awards

Join us on the 9th July 6.30pm in a celebration of all nationalities and people across our school community.

The fashion Awards will feature contemporary interpretation of cultural clothing from all over the world –
expect dazzling colour and designs that will transport you across the globe.
This is a celebration of diverse cultures and communities.

Entries are now open, please download and fill in the entry form.

Click here to download the poster with information

Click here to download the entry form.

In this course you will cover…

  • Pattern Making
  • Fashion Studies
  • Industrial Sewing
  • Fashion Illustration
  • Artwear

Entry requirements:

Moderate sewing skills required. Interview with HOD. Examples of previous work is an advantage.
Materials fee: $615

Contact

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Vicki Dixon - School of Fashion

(03) 379 3090 ext 885

vicki.dixon@hagley.school.nz

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Full-Time

NCEA 3

School of Fashion

What is your Fashion Narrative? Fashion has a big effect on our lives by defining style and culture. It is a way to express personality, and sometimes to send a message. Fashion plays a role in the lives of most people since it helps them fit in or stand out from the crowd. What do your fashion choices say about you? Whether you wish to study Fashion at tertiary level, work in the fashion industry or express yourself through fashion, this course is for you.

Hours Per
week

16

Qualification

Industry Approved Unit Standards in Clothing Manufacture Pattern Making, Garment Sewing and Garment Construction.

Cost

600

Entry
Requirements

Moderate to advanced sewing skills or by HOD discretion. Interview required and portfolio is helpful.