Online Fashion Foundation Program 

(Duration 3 Months)


1.          Fabric Knowledge

2.          Color Knowledge


Blouse Making

1.          Top

(sleeveless with basic neck finishing with canvas & armhole finish to learn basic body block for any garment)

2.          4 darts blouse

(full sleeve without lining)

3.          Princess cut blouse

(without lining with short sleeves & neckline finishing without canvas)

4.          Princess cut

(with lining neckline with Chinese collar & cap sleeve)

5.          Crop top

(with noodle straps)


Body Measurements


Kids Wear

1.          Two Baby Dresses

2.          One Frock

Kurti Making

1.          A Line Kurti without Lining

 (Basic round neck finish & armhole finish using turpai)

2.          Straight Kurti with Lining

(How to finish U neckline & basic half sleeves with lining)

3.          Pleated Kurti

a.          2 Dart body block with gathers pleating

(V neck line, elbow length sleeves with lining)

b.          Angarakkha body block with half inch pleating

(Press shape neckline & puff sleeves without lining)

4.          Umbrella flair kurti

(with princes cut body block without lining)

5.          Anarkali kurti

(with spaghetti strap & full front dart body block)



1.          Simple salwar (pleated at the waist and tapered at the ankles)

2.          Patiyala salwar (similar to the regular salwar, but it has more volume and pleats)

3.          Palazzo (Palazzo pants are a type of loose, wide-leg trousers)

4.          Umbrella palazzo (it features a flared hemline, similar to an umbrella. The flared hemline begins from the waistline and gradually widens towards the bottom)

5.          Chudidar (It consists of a long, tight-fitting pant, fitted from the waist to the knee & has several folds at ankle, giving it a bunched-up appearance)

6.          Tulip pants (overlapping design at the front, resembling the petals of a tulip flower)

7.          Dhoti (loose-fitting pant with pleats at waist resembling the shape of dhoti)


Western Wear

1.          One shoulder top (garment that is designed to reveal one shoulder while leaving the other shoulder covered with bell sleeve)

2.          High neck top (neckline that sits higher on the neck than a traditional neckline)

3.          Kaftan (type of loose, flowing yet structured garment)

4.          Shirt (with shirt collar, full sleeve with cuff & front open with buttons)

5.          Pants (Straight pants with side pocket, front zip & waist band)

6.          Jumpsuit (one-piece garment that covers both the torso and the legs, and is typically designed with a top and bottom that are connected)

7.          Pencil skirt (fitting skirt till knee-length and tapered at the hem)

8.          Box pleat skirt (pleats that are folded to form a box-like shape. The pleats are evenly spaced and face in opposite directions)

9.          Pleated skirt (folds or knife pleats that are sewn into the fabric at waist)

10. Gown (fitted at the top and then flare out into a fuller skirt, providing a flowing and elegant silhouette)


1.          Umbrella flair with duppatta & peplum top

(lehenga designed to flare out like an umbrella from the waistline)

2.          Anarkali lehenga with ruffle duppatta & peplum jacket style blouse

(combination of multiple panels of cloth called “kali” cut in elongated glass like shape join together to form a narrow waist look & faired towards hem)

3.          Ruffle lehenga with duppatta with ruffles & off shoulder blouse (skirt features ruffles, which are decorative strips of fabric that are gathered or pleated to create a frilly, wavy pattern)

4.          Fish kali lehenga with duppatta & half lining blouse

(The skirt features panels of cloth that are cut in the shape of a fish or a mermaid tail. These panels are joined together to create a flared silhouette that resembles the shape of a fish tail)

Ethenic Wear

1.          Sharara suit

(It consists of a long tunic top, known as a kameez, paired with loose-fitting pants called sharara, which flare out dramatically from the waist down and have a fitted section at the knee)

2.          Gown saree

(Modern interpretation of the traditional Indian saree. It is a combination of a gown and a saree, creating a fusion outfit that is easier to wear and more comfortable than a traditional saree)

3.          Ready to drape fish kali saree

(Designed with fish-cut style kalis or panels, which are stitched together creating the illusion of pleats).

4.          Jacket saree

(A jacket saree typically features a saree that is draped in a traditional manner, paired with a matching or contrasting jacket that is worn over the saree blouse)

5.          Pre pleated saree

(A pre-pleated saree features pre-stitched pleats that are attached to the waistband of the saree also comes with a pre-stitched pallu or the loose end of the saree, which can be draped over the shoulder in a variety of ways)

6.          Ready to wear skirt saree

(The skirt saree is designed with a skirt that is pre-stitched or pre-pleated, with a saree drape attached to it. The skirt may be fitted or flared, and the saree drape may be attached to the waistband or the hip of the skirt)

(Certificate Will Be Provided On Completion Of The Course)