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Cegep Marie-Victorin

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The Cégep Marie-Victorin Fashion School and Lectra have been partners since 2003. “We chose Lectra because they offer an entire range of solutions adapted to the fashion industry at an international level,” says Marco Roy, coordinator at the Cégep Marie-Victorin Fashion School. To best prepare their students for the job market, the school has decided to put Lectra’s 3D pattern making and virtual prototyping at the heart of its curriculum.

Two models on the catwalk.

Founded in 1965 in Québec, Cégep Marie-Victorin offers a fashion curriculum covering the whole collection process, from design to product development, using manual techniques and technology skills. A clothing arts program launched in 1972, soon became the Fashion Design program.

Students are extremely motivated by new technologies that allow them to vary their design tools.

“Lectra’s Modaris solution has been the best discovery of our fashion design course. It offers us significant improvements in speed, accuracy and reduces repetitive tasks”

Laura Vouligny-Prévost

A young graduate from the school

Some clothes on hangers.
A model on the catwalk.

Each year, between 75 and 100 students graduate in Fashion Design. The college has also built a strong international reputation thanks to various partnerships with fashion organizations and institutions.


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