Edition statement: Simon Seivewright, Richard Sorger.
ISBN: 1474246397, 9781474246361, 9781474246392
Intended audience: Specialized.
This edition previously issued in print: 2017.
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Basics fashion design
Fashion design.; Fashion design Case studies.
Research and design
Basics fashion design.
- 1 Research what and why?
- What is a brief?; What should research contain?; Who are you designing for?; Exercise 1: Brainstorming; Interview: Malene Oddershede Bach; Interview: Paul Rawson
- 2 Choosing what to research; Choosing a theme; What are primary sources?; What are secondary sources?; Sources of inspiration; Exercise 2: Using primary and secondary research sources; Exercise 3: Trends; Exercise 4: Recycled garment manipulation; Interview: Dr. Noki; Interview: Christopher Raeburn
- 3 Compiling your research; The sketchbook; Techniques for drawing; Collage; Juxtaposition and deconstruction; Cross-referencing; Analysis of research; Focus on key elements; Exercise 5: Focus research pages; Moodboards; Sketchbook examples; Interview: Marchesa; Interview: Nigel Luck
- 4 Designing from your research; Bridging the gap; Exercise 6: Collaging your research onto figures; Model and drape; Photomontage with drapery; Design development elements; Exercise 7: Working with the color wheel; Exercise 8: Color analysis; Market levels in fashion; Exercise 9: Design development; Refinement of individual garments; Exercise 10: Design development, part 2; Selecting ideas to form a collection; Interview: WGSN; Interview: Alan Oakes; Interview: Study NY
- 5 Communicating your ideas; Drawing for design; Templates; Exercise 11: Creating a design development six-figure template; Illustrating with collage; Art materials; Illustration; Technical drawings, specs, working drawings; Exercise 12: Technical drawing by hand; Layout and composition
- Beyond the drawing board; Interview: ThreeASFOUR; Interview: Shelley Fox
- Glossary; Online resources; Bibliography; Student resources; Index; Acknowledgements and credits