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Portfolio Presentation for Fashion Designers (2nd Edition)
In this comprehensive guide to creating a fashion portfolio, Linda Tain helps prepare89% (19)
designers as they begin their fashion design careers in women s, men s, children s and
accessories markets and how to create portfolios for each market. Those already working
in the industry or wishing to reenter the job market will also appreciate her recommendations
for revising or recreating their portfolios. Each chapter highlights essential skills and
techniques to help designers become competitive within their chosen markets. By focusing
on both logical and creative solutions, the designer becomes aware of the process of developing
the portfolio from concept through presentation of the finished product.
Hi everyone! So I survived my interview: it was REALLY tough though (I am soooo tired). Everyone else being interviewed seems really good to so if I lose out on a place I'll be upset but not angry: it's tough competition! Anyway, here's a sneak preview, I hope you like it! (Tomorrow I will be adding much better photos XD I just couldn't resist!) Just some of the new colours and styles on offer: I looove them! I'm adding the eyelashes tonight if anyone is interested in a pair :) Thanks for the good vibes! Hope you like the peek! You can find these styles under 'preorder' in my shop (details on my profile). Some only have drawings: I'll add photos tomorrow!Preview icon replacement.
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What shall I wear? How shall I dress? Everywhere in the world people make daily decisions about what to wear or how to dress. Some people have more choices than others do. Some people like making the decision more than others do. Using Western and non- Western examples, The Visible Self, 3rd Edition, is about the daily act of dress in cultures around the world not simply the act of putting on clothing, and accessories but also grooming the body. The first edition of The Visible Self by Mary Ellen Roach and Joanne B. Eicher provided a new approach at the time to the study of dress, presenting the idea that dress was a larger concept than clothing, a concept to be viewed cross-culturally and objectively. The second edition elaborated on the concept and introduced a discussion of ethnocentrism, ethnic dress, and culture. This new edition, adds discussion of more issues, contains further refinements of concepts, adds new concepts, updates many images and examples to increase understanding, and concludes with a discussion of how dress practice might change in the future.Related topics:
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