Monday, 11 July 2016

Jewellery design course

Jewellery design course is an intricate field of study at an introductory level.

Wednesday, 6 July 2016

Two years diploma in Interior design with SNDT University

Two years diploma in Interior design with SNDT University.Program that prepares students to analyze, design and create functional and pleasing interior spaces.

Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Designing your way to a bright future |fashion design,interior design & Jewellery Design

Designing your way to a bright future Ever since its inception in 1992, Hamstech has been offering top-quality education & training in Fashion Design, Interior Design and Jewellery Design, with an edge in skill and innovation. Their web portal, has done wonders for the students. Students and alumni are given a platform to sell their designs under their own labels in this portal.

They also have a fashion show and sale where these young budding designers get to showcase their creations on the ramp. Their alumnus only has good things to say about the institute. "My biggest achievement after the completion of my course is working with world-renowned designer NeetaLulla," says AparnaDeshpande, who assist-ed NeetaLulla in designing costumes for a Tollywood movie and is currently working as a design-er at At Hamstech, the learning process is complete with a well-planned career counselling. They provide opportunities to students to face challenges head on. They have placements partnerships with reputed organisations, high-end designer stores, fine architects, large infra projects, and films for costume design. "After completion of my course in interior design, I got placed with one of my favourite designer. Right from the class-room training to the practical exposure and guest lectures from eminent personalities during my course, everything helped me design my career," said Jinal Parakh, an interior designer.

Hamstech has its campuses located in Himayatnagar Punjagutta, Secunderabad, Jubilee Hills and recently opened two new centres in Gachibowli and Kukatpalli. For details, contact: 18005320302 or log on to

Thursday, 4 February 2016

Principles of design

Whether design elements are used successfully depends on their relationship to one another within the garment. A design principle serves as guidelines for combining elements. Designers may not consciously think of these principles as they work, but when something is wrong with a design, they are able to analyse the problem in terms of proportion, balance, repetition and emphasis to create a harmonious design. These principles are flexible, always interpreted within the context of current fashion trends. Design principles:

Principles of design

  1. Proportion: Proportion is simply the pleasing interrelationship of the size of all parts of the garment. when conceiving a style, the designer must consider how the silhouette is to be divided with line of construction or detail. these lines create new spaces, which must relate in a pleasing way. generally unequal proportion is more interesting than equal proportion. many mathematical formulas have been proposed as guideline, but the best results come from practice in observance. standards of proportion change with the fashion cycle along with the evolution in silhouette and line.

  2. Balance: Balance refers to the “visual weight” in design, a garment must be balanced to be visually pleasing. two factors are considered in balance, a. symmetrical balance and b. asymmetrical balance.

  3. Repetition: The use of repetition is one of the most helpful guideline in designing. a design line, shape or detail repeated in another area of the garment helps to carry the theme throughout the whole design. in dress design for example a V neck might be repeated upside down in bodice seaming or in inverted pleat in the skirt. soft gathers at the neck could be repeated at the hip to unify the design.

  4. Emphasis: Emphasis or center of interest, draws attention to the focal point of a garment. a center of interest must create more visual attraction than any other design element. it can be achieved by colour accents, significant shapes or details, lines coming together, groups of detail or contrast.

  5. Harmony of design seems to imply that all of the elements must be exactly the same. For example a garment all in black colour and the embroidery is in black colour, such a design would be harmonious. But not very Interesting, in design different elements can include some variety and still be considered harmonious. Experience teaches a designer how to use variety to create memorable harmonious presentations.

Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Best fashion designing college in India

Best fashion designing college in India

Hamstech Institute of Fashion Technology offers a varied range of fashion designing programs that match the ever-changing industry. Our unique training methodology helps the students to bridge the gap between talent and the blooming fashion and textile industry. Our aim is to provide a platform for aspiring designers to acquire the skills right from drawing, draping, pattern making, sewing, marketing and production; that help them build a great career. 

Hamstech style fashion show

Sunday, 30 August 2015

Interior design colleges in india

The look of any space defines the personality and lifestyle of the person living and working there. With the boom in the design industry the market is dynamically changing and is becoming extremely demanding. To meet these evolving needs of the market, Hamstech Institute offers comprehensive courses in Interior Design that equips students with market, material, technical, historical and design knowledge.  

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