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    Hi

    I am planning on enrolling for a fashion design summer school this July. I would like to know which is better - Central Saint Martins or London College of fashion.

    I run a clothing boutique in India and have no degree in fashion. I gathered from the descriptions of both that CSM focusses more on the theory and illustrations while LCF also has draping as a part of its course.

    Any advice on this matter would be appreciated!
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    Hi Shreya,

    Have you considered a fashion course at CSVPA? We do 2 week summer courses in fashion, jewellery, photography and more. Let me know if you would like more information

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    It depends on which collage do u prefer. I've been to CSM for the advanced fashion design short course, we spent our first week exploring around the city (some galleries and museums). We had at least 1 time of tutorial in a day(depends on how many tutor there and how much u wanna ask). U need to tell the tutor what u r doing, and they'll help u with their specialty. Draping, pattern cutting, sewing, stitching were all included in the tutorial.


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