Specialized Clothing Designer
AEC | NTC1X
AEC - Fashion, Arts & Design | NTC1X | Specialized Clothing Designer

This unique course draws its inspiration from high-risk activities, notably sports or disciplines involving high speed, endurance or extreme climates, where performance and survival are at stake.

Supported by the partnership of the Techno-Espace laboratory, students gain knowledge of a future marked by innovation and technology.

Through this course, the student will acquire knowledge and skills that will prepare them to work in target industries among multidisciplinary teams.

The Technical Clothing Designer program is inspired by sports and outdoor activities. It goes beyond a mere college training: it’s a lifestyle that brings together adventure, sports, curiosity, creation and innovation. This program is destined for those who have a passion for sports and who want to learn how to develop clothing adapted to their needs.

During their training, students are given many opportunities to visit clothing production companies and take part in experimental activities whereby they will be called to test different industry techniques on the spot.

Designed to meet the needs of the protective clothing and uniform industries, the goal of this AEC is to train professionals to design and develop specialized clothing products.

  • Technical clothing design III
  • Patternmaking for technical clothing III
  • Technical clothing design III
  • Technical clothing design IV
  • Patternmaking for technical clothing IV
  • Sewing and technical processes IV

The Apparel Technology Laboratory

LaSalle College is the only institution to offer a complete range of development solutions for apparel and other sewn products. It also benefits from an exlcusive collaboration with Techno-Espace: The Apparel Technology Laboratory, a pillar of research, innovation and technological development, available to LaSalle College’s fashion students. From the fusion of ultrasonic and thermal-bonding sewing machines to textile embellishment techniques, a pattern-digitizing system and the development of patterns with a 3D body scanner, students are adequately equipped.

Graduates will be able to access positions in the areas of research, development, design and production of specialized clothing.

Have a college or university degree in fashion design or experience deemed adequate and meet the criteria set for collegial studies.

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