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Studies on fashion, textile and luxury goods focus on the management and trade of fashion products. It requires an understanding of the different stages of the designing, manufacture and marketing of products. It includes studies on the creation, design and production of clothing, shoes, and high-end items like fine jewelry. It also places great emphasis on the design and production of fabric.

The business of fashion and luxury is a fast-growing one. Degree programmes in Fashion, Textile & Luxury help students understand the challenging and competitive environment of fashion, textile and luxury goods while also inculcating students with a deeper understanding of the process involved in the development, production, and marketing of products. Students develop skills and technical expertise within the print, knit and fashion industries. It helps students understand the complex process of creating collections and encourages and empowers students to manage, merchandise, and communicate innovative and artistic solutions. All these require students to have the required practical, technical, and imaginative skills as part of the course.

This degree is a perfect fusion of innovation and business as students learn to promote their creative momentum into a full-fledged company.


Study Levels

There are various levels at which students can pursue this course. The course can be studied in this field under the following accreditations.
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech)
Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
Bachelor of Applied Management (BAM)
Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng)
Master of Arts (MA)
Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Master of Technology (M.Tech)
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Master of Applied Management (MAM)
Master of Engineering (M.Eng)
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Postgraduate Diploma/Certificate (PGDip/PGCert)


Students who want a more profound knowledge and skill set should choose to specialise in a particular field. This will enable them to master their skills and to discover new ideas.

Throwing Caps

Specialisation options for students in this field include:

Fashion Design and Technology
Textile Technology
Marketing and Brand Management
Luxury Brand Management
Apparel Merchandising
Fashion Management
Merchandise Management
Sustainable Fashion Management
Digital Fashion
Fashion Illustration
Fashion Marketing
International Fashion Business
Sustainable Textiles
Fashion Photography
Textile and Apparel Management

Textile Engineering
Textile Chemistry
Screen and Digital Printing
Cutting and Dyeing
Fashion Supply Chain Management
Fashion Design and Merchandising
Jewellery Design and Management
Jewellery Design and Technology
Textile Science
Fashion Merchandising and Retail Management
Design Management
Cosmetics and Fragrance Marketing and Management
Product Development and Merchandising Technology
Fashion Business and Entrepreneurship
Sample Production
Design Exploration



This course will prepare students for various roles, be it as an independent designer, for couture or the high street or as a part of a global brand. Specialising students can operate in various segments including textile mills, export companies, boutiques, jewellery houses, manufacturing facilities, clothing stores, leather companies and in the academic field within colleges and universities.


    Popular graduate roles in this field include:
    Marketing Manager
    Advertising Manager
    Sales Manager
    Marketing Executive
    Luxury Brand Manager
    Fashion retail Buyer
    Fashion PR Specialist
    Product Merchandising Manager
    Fashion Product Manager
    Brand Manager
    Apparel Production manager


    Costume Designer
    Fashion Coordinator
    Fashion Show Organiser
    Technical Designer
    Fabric Buyer
    Transportation/Distribution Manager
    Purchasing Agent
    Fashion illustrator
    Product Experts
    Fashion Concept Manager
    Jewellery Designer
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