Basics Fashion Design 01: Research and Design
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Required Fashion Reading Lulu I graduated from one of the top fashion schools and realized that this book open my eyes even further to research and design. It's written for the serious fashion person: who has had training and wants to learn more. It explains various ways to research for your collection and how other designers work in their croquis books. Even if you did graduate from fashion school, this book shows you more possibilities in design. The price is good, so what are you waiting for?. Jose T. See said a good beginners book on fashion design. I'm just starting studying fashion design and looking for some good books about it. fortunately i found one "basic fashion design:research and design". Really a good book specially for beginners. it give insight on how to begin research and to actually begin designing.It feature a lot of case studies and sketches by actual student and some professional designers. Any one studying fashion design will benefit on this book so much, and maybe someday will be famous.. nice book Maaike Nice and clear book, very easy to read with a lot of images accompanieing the text.There's a broad scope of subjects covered in the book which makes it especially usable for everyone new in fashion or just starting up. It doesn't provide very much in-depth new information for the experienced fashion designer, so I would especially recommend this book to students, people interested in a career in fashion or people who are just starting to design.
Simon Seivewright has exhibited his designs at Premiere Vision in Paris. As a woven textile designer and stylist, his clients have included Vivienne Westwood, Christian Lacroix, Missoni, Simply Red, BBC, and London Men's Fashion Week. He lives in Brighton, UK.
As a woven textile designer and stylist, his clients have included Vivienne Westwood, Christian Lacroix, Missoni, Simply Red, BBC, and London Men's Fashion Week. About the AuthorSimon Seivewright has exhibited his designs at Premiere Vision in Paris. He lives in Brighton, UK.
* Understand design briefs, target markets, creating collection themes* No-nonsense text and more than 200 full-color illustrations* Case studies with contemporary designers. Basics Fashion: Research and Design leads readers through the essential stages of fashion research--then explains how to translate that research into design ideas. A variety of approaches to communicating and rendering design work are discussed, all illustrated with more than 200 inspiring full-color images. How does the design brief affect the design pr