Getting a fashion job is not impossible, you just need to prepare for it. This video gives tips and tricks and explains which skills you need, how to train & what the best fashion universities are. It is my own opinion as a fashion designer, so feel free to discuss or add your own experience in the comments. It is about fashion and YOU, everyone’s path it different! In the video, I am wearing a cropped kimono sweater from my collection: www.justineleconte.com/shop Give the video a thumb up if you liked it and subscribe to this channel for new videos every week! Universities & names mentioned: - Central Saint Martins, London: Stella McCartney, Alexander McQueen, Christopher Kane Website: http://www.arts.ac.uk/csm/courses/undergraduate/ba-fashion/ - Bunka Fashion Collge, Tokyo: Website: http://www.bunka-fc.ac.jp/en/ - Parsons the New School for Design, New York: Marc Jacobs, Donna Karan, Alexander Wang Website: http://www.newschool.edu/parsons/bfa-fashion-design/ - Other names mentioned: Yves Saint Laurent and Pierre Bergé, Karl Lagerfeld. Edited on the 7th of Feb, 2016: here is an article I found interesting, if you want further readings about a fashion design career: https://www.fashion.net/howto/fashiondesigner It you want to become a fashion designer, go for it!!! Take care, Justine. ************************** What to watch next: How fashion designers draw consistently and save time when designing collections: https://youtu.be/SQrmCvdqHt0 How to create a fashion mood board - step-by-step tutorial with an example from my own portfolio: https://youtu.be/enka-6xBWFc More videos: DIY jewelry with felted wool & silver: https://youtu.be/P6BoxJ7sFT0 Spring – Summer 2016 fashion trends (with trend boards to download): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbaVI2Ve3dk My highlights from Berlin Fashion Week in January 2016: https://youtu.be/WcOagCId_rw How to draw the fashion figure in the right proportions (step-by-step tutorial): https://youtu.be/kMK5TmIpuiU Where inspiration comes from and where I got my inspiration for my first collection: https://youtu.be/wvGYPfDL2qg ************************** You can also find me here: On my website: www.justineleconte.com On Facebook: http://on.fb.me/1Llrclr On Instagram: http://bit.ly/1JJWxtU On Twitter: http://bit.ly/1JJWzC2
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Neiman Marcus fashion director Ken Downing sits down with Alexis fashion designer, Alexis Barbara Isaias, to talk about the start of her career as a designer and her first collection. Believing that a woman should look beautiful and feel comfortable in her clothes, Alexis is dedicated to creating effortless chic and easy to wear clothes. Explore the Alexis collection at Neiman Marcus: http://neimanmarc.us/Nq8RSH Discover the latest fashion trends: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhzfTr7IfJ0&list=PLuXgsGvNCAHabIeA6HbH6mXzKI1PEOIpw Don't miss the latest from Neiman Marcus. Subscribe today ►►► http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=neimanmarcuscom Get social with Neiman Marcus: Website ► http://www.neimanmarcus.com/?ecid=NMZO__YTB Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/neimanmarcus Instagram ►https://instagram.com/neimanmarcus/ Twitter ► https://twitter.com/neimanmarcus Pinterest ► https://www.pinterest.com/neimanmarcus/ Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/+NeimanMarcus/posts This Neiman Marcus video is an interview with fashion designer Alexis Barbara Isaias.
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Oct. 26 (Bloomberg) -- This episode of Game Changers spotlights the career of fashion designer Ralph Lauren. Explore his meteoric rise, his personal and professional set-backs, as well as his successes as an ambassador for America. --Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
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Do you ever wonder why fashion designers don't dress very well? I explain, from a fashion designer's perspective, why I don't dress fashionably. Ask me a question! Or leave a comment below to explain why you DO or DON'T dress fashionably! Article Version is here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/why-fashion-designers-dont-dress-well-emily-m-keller?trk=pulse_spock-articles Designers are figuring out 1 piece of the puzzle, where stylists are dealing with the big picture puzzle. I’m like many other fashion designers. I don’t dress particularly well or fashionably. Those of you out there that already know fashion designers don’t dress well, you’re ahead of most. Give me a second and let me help the others catch up and understand that lots of designers don’t dress fashionably. It’s a classic case of “The cobbler’s son has no shoes”, “There are only wooden spoons at the blacksmith’s house”, “The lady who sells fans fans herself with her hands”, “At the potter’s house water is served in a broken jug”, “The carpenter’s house always needs work, “The architect’s house is always crooked.” Why People think we dress well: -Stylists’ Confusion – We didn’t go to school to style outfits. We didn’t learn how to coordinate colors with shapes on different body types. We went to school to learn how to develop designs and how to execute them. I learned absolutely nothing about styling in my 4 years at FIT because my major wasn’t styling. Why We Don’t: 1. Workaholism – successful designers are obsessed with their work, therefore they tend to neglect all other aspects of their life. And dressing yourself is a completely different animal from dressing other people. And if I know I’m going to make no money off of dressing myself, then I would rather spend my time designing my clothing line. Time is money. Although, I do feel like this is changing with social media and each individual’s ‘personal brand’ is becoming more important. 2. Clothing Exhaustion – I design clothes all day for my target customer. The last thing I want to do when I get home is look at my own clothes and think about what to wear. 3. A designer isn’t usually their customer - Many designers’ target customer isn’t normally a category that they themselves fit into. This can be why you don’t see designers running around in their own pieces. It can be awkward to wear your own clothes if you know you’re not the type of person you’re designing it for. 4. Dressing Yourself Is Hard – Just as it’s easier to judge others actions and life choices, it’s also easier to know what others should be wearing. It’s hard to realistically judge your own character and therefore it’s also hard to dress yourself. Honestly, my boyfriend has a ton of say in what I wear. He is basically my personal stylist because I can’t figure out how to dress myself. Although I do sometimes ignore his strong opinions. 5. Simplifying life – This is a big trend right now. With all the minimalist living ideas popping up. But there are plenty of people who had this concept in mind before it became cool. Having a daily simplified ‘uniform’ saves time in one’s busy schedule. Think about it: if your whole closet was white button downs, blue jeans, and black sneakers, you would save so much time in the morning. Boom. Especially if you knew you looked good and felt confident in that ‘uniform’. Remember those days when the minute you left your house you regretted what you put on? You would never have a day like this ever again! You could predictably exude confidence. It’s lowering your risk of looking like an idiot. 6. We’re too cool. We’re basically just too cool to dress fashionably. Maybe it’s a bit of an elitist mentality. Everyone knows that fashion wannabes put a lot of effort into what they wear. Who are fashion wannabes you ask? They’re all the other fashion industry professions except for designers. This includes but is not limited to: stylists, buyers, merchandisers, bloggers … At FIT, the merchandise majors dressed up for class: heels, makeup, the works. The designers didn’t. Our work load was notoriously larger, so we didn’t have the time to pamper ourselves. Plus we had more crap to carry. You can’t wear heels while carrying a suitcase full of paper, fabric, scissors, and humongous rulers, without looking like an idiot. Dressing comfortably started as a necessity in school and wound up being a key differentiation between us and them as we transitioned into the working world. Too cool for school should really be too cool since school. Keep in touch with me :) Instagram: @emilykeller_co Website: http://www.emilykeller.co/ Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/EmilyKellerco?ref=hdr_shop_menu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EK.EmilyKeller PoshMark: https://poshmark.com/closet/_emilykeller_
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Fashion Designer Profile: A Professional Fashion Designer Profile This is an educational profile of a Fashion Designer. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Fashion designer) This article includes a list of references, but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. (April 2012) Models posing during a fashion show in 2009 A catwalk (or fashion runway) is the popular place for showcasing fashion design, especially at fashion shows. Catwalk at Berlin Fashion Week for Michalsky's StyleNite. Fashion design is the art of application of design and aesthetics or natural beauty to clothing and accessories. Fashion design is influenced by cultural and social attitudes, and has varied over time and place. Fashion designers work in a number of ways in designing clothing and accessories such as bracelets and necklace. Because of the time required to bring a garment onto the market, designers must at times anticipate changes to consumer tastes. "Designers conduct research on fashion trends and interpret them for their audience". They attempt to design clothes which are functional as well as aesthetically pleasing. They consider who is likely to wear a garment and the situations in which it will be worn. They have a wide range and combinations of materials to work with and a wide range of colors, patterns and styles to choose from. Though most clothing worn for everyday wear falls within a narrow range of conventional styles, unusual garments are usually sought for special occasions such as evening wear or party dresses. Some clothes are made specifically for an individual, as in the case of haute couture or bespoke tailoring. Today, most clothing is designed for the mass market, especially casual and every-day wear are called ready to wear. Structure Fashion designers may work full-time for one fashion house, as 'in-house designers', which owns the designs. They may work alone or as part of a team. Freelance designers work for themselves, selling their designs to fashion houses, directly to shops, or to clothing manufacturers. The garments bear the buyer's label. Some fashion designers set up their own labels, under which their designs are marketed. Some fashion designers are self-employed and design for individual clients. Other high-end fashion designers cater to specialty stores or high-end fashion department stores. These designers create original garments, as well as those that follow established fashion trends. Most fashion designers, however, work for apparel manufacturers, creating designs of men’s, women’s, and children’s fashions for the mass market. Large designer brands which have a 'name' as their brand such as Abercrombie & Fitch, Justice, or Juicy are likely to be designed by a team of individual designers under the direction of a design director. Designing a garment Fashion designers work in different ways. Some sketch their ideas on paper, while others drape fabric on a dress form. When a designer is completely satisfied with the fit of the toile (or muslin), he or she will consult a professional pattern maker who then makes the finished, working version of the pattern out of card or via a computerized system. The pattern maker's job is very precise and painstaking. The fit of the finished garment depends on their accuracy. Finally, a sample garment is made up and tested on a model to make sure it is an operational outfit. History Main article: History of fashion design Fashion design is generally considered to have started in the 19th century with Charles Frederick Worth who was the first designer to have his label sewn into the garments that he created. Before the former draper set up his maison couture (fashion house) in Paris, clothing design and creation was handled by largely anonymous seamstresses, and high fashion descended from that worn at royal courts. Worth's success was such that he was able to dictate to his customers what they should wear, instead of following their lead as earlier dressmakers had done. The term couturier was in fact first created in order to describe him. While all articles of clothing from any time period are studied by academics as costume design, only clothing created after 1858 are considered as fashion design. It was during this period that many design houses began to hire artists to sketch or paint designs for garments. The images were shown to clients, which was much cheaper than producing an actual sample garment in the workroom. If the client liked their design, they ordered it and the resulting garment made money for the house. Thus, the tradition of designers sketching out garment designs instead of presenting completed garments on models to customers began as an economy.
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In this very special episode of her documentary on the future of fashion, Alexa Chung goes behind the scenes of the fashion bible itself, to examine just how to get a job at a magazine like British Vogue. Subscribe to British Vogue►► http://po.st/SubscribeBritishVogue Series 1 Episodes: Episode 1: http://bit.ly/AlexaSeriesEp1 Episode 2: http://bit.ly/AlexaSeriesEp2 Episode 3: http://bit.ly/AlexaSeriesEp3 Episode 4: http://bit.ly/AlexaSeriesEp4 Episode 5:http://bit.ly/AlexaSeries5 Episode 6: http://bit.ly/AlexaSeriesEp6 Click Here For Series 2: http://po.st/TheFutureOfFashionS2 Vogue has dispatched contributing editor Alexa Chung to investigate the state of fashion today in her series The Future of Fashion. Alexa Chung will be talking to everyone from current fashion students to the heads of major design houses, via journalists, buyers and all the workers in between. Watch as Alexa Chung try to find out what the future holds for this multi-billion pound fashion industry; how the next generation will get fashion careers using all the tools available to them; and what the fashion landscape looks like in terms of sustainability and technology. CONNECT WITH BRITISH VOGUE Web: http://po.st/BritishVogueVideo Twitter: http://po.st/TwitterBritishVogue Facebook: http://po.st/FacebookBritishVogue Google+: http://po.st/GoogleBritishVogue Instagram: http://po.st/InstagramBritishVogue Pinterest: http://po.st/PinterestBritishVogue Newsletter: http://po.st/NewsletterBritishVogue ABOUT BRITISH VOGUE British Vogue is the world’s leading premium lifestyle and fashion entertainment channel. Weekly releases and brand new original programming including short films, series and in-depth documentaries, British Vogue’s channel is the ultimate destination for unprecedented access into the world of fashion, beauty and culture. How To Get Into Fashion Journalism With Alexa Chung | Future of Fashion | British Vogue https://www.youtube.com/user/vogue
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Watch more Fashion Designers and Fashion Brands videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/500175-Miuccia-Prada-Fashion-Designers Miuccia Prada, who currently runs the company, is the granddaughter of the founder Mario Prada. Miuccia inherited the family business in 1978. Although she's been really successful as a fashion designer and as a business woman, Miuccia Prada initially resisted joining the family business. She studied political science and actually trained as a mime after college. With her husband Patrizio Bertelli she's really expanded the focus of the Prada business. After taking the reigns at Prada, Miuccia introduced one of the most successful designs, black tote bags and backpacks made out of nylon decorated only with this small triangular Prada logo. So simple but so recognizable. The first ready to wear fashion collection was launched in 1989 and the first men's wear collection debuted in 1993. That same year she also introduced Miu Miu, the secondary line that's based on her nickname. In 1993 Prada won an award from the Council of Fashion Designers of America, their International Award for Excellence in Design. One of the key elements in the Prada brand has been their association and their affinity with art and in initiating art projects, Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli have really consolidated Prada's position as a conceptual brand. They've commission avant-garde artists to build their stores and they did an interesting sculpture installation in Marfa, Texas and they have a foundation that supports projects in contemporary art. So people look to Prada for conceptual fashion. A lot of Miuccia Prada's designs at first seem odd or sometimes even ugly but they're quickly adapted and become really coveted and have influenced main stream fashion.
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One-half of Dolce and Gabbana made a terrible comment on an article about Selena Gomez and Nicki Minaj praises the single life. Brett, Grace, Chuey and Jason talk about how outrageous, but predictable, this behavior is from the fashion giant. Let us know what you thought of today's stories in the comments below! ******************************** Pop Trigger is your unfiltered talk show about real life. Everyday we talk about entertainment, the internet, culture, and important social issues. We don't just scratch the surface, we talk about the real truths behind the seemingly ordinary. Join Brett, Grace, Jason and a guest every Monday and Thursday; Grace and guest every Tuesday; and Grace and Amir every Wednesday. Pop Trigger SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... Pop Trigger TWITTER: https://twitter.com/PopTrigger Pop Trigger FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/PopTrigger Pop Trigger INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/therealpoptrigger Grace Baldridge TWITTER: https://twitter.com/gracebaldridge Brett Erlich TWITTER: https://twitter.com/BrettErlich Amir Nikoui TWITTER: https://twitter.com/anikoui Jason Carter TWITTER: https://twitter.com/jjcforever
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MAGAZINE LAYOUT IN ADOBE INDESIGN TUTORIAL .................................................................................... Today I have an Adobe InDesign tutorial video entitled a magazine layout in Adobe InDesign tutorial, a look at laying out a magazine document both for print and we use, in InDesign. So if you want to know how to layout a magazine in Adobe InDesign, watch my video today and I hope that the Adobe InDesign tutorial is a helpful one :) .................................................................................... on the web: —YouTube: https://goo.gl/Hj32GH —Facebook: https://goo.gl/Hj32GH ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thanks for watching. Any comments are welcome! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ magazine design intérieur magazine design graphique magazine design architecture Magazine Designing Free Magazine Templates & Layouts esigning a Magazine Cover How to Design a Magazine: Step 1 // MAGAZINE DESIGN InDesign CC - Create a Professional Magazine Page InDesign Tutorials | Create a Magazine in InDesign Magazine Vectors Make a Magazine | Print & Digital Magazines indesign tutorial designing magazine page How To Make A Magazine In Indesign Very Easy
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http://bit.ly/1hSw2HP Fashion Design Schools: Choosing the BEST among the Rest Do you know how to sew? Do you enjoy creating designs? Do you love following or changing patterns to come up with a piece of clothing? If fashion is simply just your passion, then you might just be right for a fashion design school. Here are some reasons why you should attend a fashion design school: o You will learn about the most up-to-date styles that many people would consider buying. o If you are unsure whether you will be able to make a living out of your interest in fashion, your level of confidence will greatly increase once you obtained a degree. o Studying about and later working on, a field that you love is very rewarding. o You will learn about the various principles behind the patterns you have worked on in the past, as well as the ones you will be working on in the future. o You will also be knowledgeable on mixing and matching colors to magnify the shape and cut of your creations. o You will know more about keeping your clothes together - other than just stitching! Talk about endless possibilities. o Fashion design school will expose you to different kinds of people - working with them, incorporating their ideas with your own, and developing relationships with those who share the same feeling toward fashion. o These relationships will set the foundation for meeting potential employees, employers, or business partners - all whom you will need when you start your foray into the fashion world. There are numerous fashion design schools globally. Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, found in London, is considered by some as the most famous of them all. Other world-renowned schools are The Royal College of Arts in London, the London College of Fashion, Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, AIU in Los Angeles, and Parsons The New School for Design in New York City. Most courses in the schools mentioned above last for about three years. The next question, however, will be, how do you choose the best school for you? Here are 10 helpful tips to help you in your decision making: Tip#1 - Determine what you would like to major in. From there, search for a school that offers the program that you like. Tip#2 - Have a list of criteria that you would like to take a look into in your search for the perfect fashion design school. These criteria may include program offering, major and minor subjects, costs, location, placement record, and many more. Tip#3 - You may now construct a list of candidate fashion design schools. Tip#4 - Gather all necessary resources and information about each of your candidate school. Find their websites and research. Tip#5 - Narrow down your list further by using the criteria you have set in Tip#2. Tip#6 - Inspect the schools left on your list. It would be good if you can visit these schools personally. But if not, try to obtain a video or look for a virtual tour in their websites. Tip#7 - File your application to the schools that met your criteria. Tip#8 - While waiting to hear from the schools you sent your application to, search for scholarship grants in the Internet. Tip#9 - Make your final decision based on the responses you got from the schools that you applied to, as well as the scholarship grantors' response. Carefully review your notes, consider funding, and finally, decide. Tip#10 - Get ready to embark on a journey that you have never quite experienced before! Off you go to the one of the best fashion design schools in the world! Fashion Design School Denver Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/406284
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In this video, I'm sharing my insights into the future of virtual clothing. There are opportunities to make money making virtual clothes, if you're interested. I'll show you how to work on your skills, so you can be part of that future. If you're an advanced MD creator looking for work, please post in our forum at MarvelousDesignerHelp.com under the MD Freelancers topic. I will pass on clients when they contact me. Patterns used in this video were generated with PatternMaker PRO. Sign up today - http://patternmakerpro.com/ Visit http://www.FearlessMakers.com to download the MD project file for this dress. It's Free! MD article in video - http://world.kbs.co.kr/english/program/program_economysmall_detail.htm?no=10046523 Mayamirror in video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcLSlEbTWAg
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Fashion is a three trillion dollar a year industry with a 100% participation rate. So how do companies like Louis Vuitton, Ralph Lauren, Gucci, and Christian Louboutin promote their brands globally while still protecting their designs? To what extent are creators, from individual fashion designers to million-dollar brands, protected under intellectual property law? How do you balance protecting IP with fostering innovation? Lawyers, law professors, and industry experts discuss the role of intellectual property in the fashion industry, explaining three recent cases that continue to spark debate on design protection in the United States. OFFICIAL SELECTION Seattle Fashion Film Festival -Winner, Best Documentary Madrid International Film Festival 2018 - Nominee for Best Short Documentary - Nominee for Best Director of a Short Documentary Film Miami Fest - Semi-Finalist Aesthetica Short Film Festival Chelsea Fashion Film Festival Fashion Film Festival Chicago DAMN! Film Series Miami Fashion Film Festival Milan Fashion Film Festival Milan Lombardy International Film Festival * * * * * As always, the Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speaker. Featuring: - Leila Amineddoleh, Amineddoleh & Associates LLC https://www.artandiplawfirm.com/member/leila-a-amineddoleh/ - Jura Zibas, Wilson Elser https://www.wilsonelser.com/attorneys/jura_christine_zibas - Lee Sporn, Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP https://www.olshanlaw.com/attorneys-Lee-Sporn.html - Ryan Triplette, Canary Global Strategic https://canaryglobalstrategic.com/ - Howard Deutchman, Meridian Textiles http://meridiantex.com/ - Susan Scafidi, Fordham University School of Law https://www.fordham.edu/info/23380/susan_scafidi - Barbara Kolsun, Cardozo School of Law https://cardozo.yu.edu/directory/barbara-kolsun - Stephen Doniger, Doniger/Burroughs APC http://donigerlawfirm.com/who-we-are/ Related Links: World Intellectual Property Organization Magazine: IP and Business: Intellectual Property in the Fashion Industry http://www.wipo.int/wipo_magazine/en/2005/03/article_0009.html Fortune: Are copyright trolls taking over the fashion industry? http://fortune.com/2015/10/07/patent-trolls-fashion/ Bustle: Fashion Designs Aren’t Protected By Copyright Law, So Knockoffs Thrive As Designers Suffer https://www.bustle.com/articles/4527-fashion-designs-arent-protected-by-copyright-law-so-knockoffs-thrive-as-designers-suffer TED: Johanna Blakley: Lessons From Fashion’s Free Culture https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zL2FOrx41N0 CREDITS: Produced by: Samantha Schroeder Written by: Samantha Schroeder, Elizabeth Claeys, Anna Wunderlich Directed by: Matthew Ziegler & Samantha Schroeder Director of Photography/Editor: Matthew Ziegler Line Producer: Alex Yershov Associate Producers: Elizabeth Claeys, Anna Wunderlich, Matt Wood, Daniel T. Richards Second Unit DP: Matt Wood Camera Operators: John Abbott, Alex Li, Andy Reynolds Title Typography: Louise Fili Special Thanks: Refinery Hotel
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4K 1.8K 157 49 0 QUICK FACTS NAME Coco Chanel BIRTH DATE August 19, 1883 DEATH DATE January 10, 1971 PLACE OF BIRTH Saumur, France PLACE OF DEATH Paris, France AKA Gabrielle Chanel SYNOPSIS EARLY LIFE FASHION PIONEER LOVELIFE AND SCANDAL LEGACY RELATED VIDEOS CITE THIS PAGE With her trademark suits and little black dresses, fashion designer Coco Chanel created timeless designs that are still popular today. IN THESE GROUPS FAMOUS LEOS FAMOUS PEOPLE BORN IN SAUMUR FAMOUS PEOPLE BORN IN FRANCE FAMOUS PEOPLE BORN ON AUGUST 19 Show All Groups 1 of 13 « » QUOTES “A woman has the age she deserves.” —Coco Chanel Coco Chanel - Mini Biography (TV-14; 03:03) A short biography of Coco Chanel who's famous for her timeless designs, trademark suits, and creating the "little black dress." Synopsis Fashion designer Coco Chanel, born August 19, 1883, in Saumur, France, is famous for her timeless designs, trademark suits, and little black dresses. Chanel was raised in an orphanage and taught to sew. She had a brief career as a singer before opening her first clothes shop in 1910. In the 1920s, she launched her first perfume and introduced the Chanel suit and the little black dress. Early Life Famed fashion designer Coco Chanel was born Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel on August 19, 1883, in Saumur, France. With her trademark suits and little black dresses, Coco Chanel created timeless designs that are still popular today. She herself became a much revered style icon known for her simple yet sophisticated outfits paired with great accessories, such as several strands of pearls. As Chanel once said,“luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury.” Her early years, however, were anything but glamorous. After her mother’s death, Chanel was put in an orphanage by her father who worked as a peddler. She was raised by nuns who taught her how to sew—a skill that would lead to her life’s work. Her nickname came from another occupation entirely. During her brief career as a singer, Chanel performed in clubs in Vichy and Moulins where she was called “Coco.” Some say that the name comes from one of the songs she used to sing, and Chanel herself said that it was a “shortened version of cocotte, the French word for ‘kept woman,” according to an article in The Atlantic.
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TokyoFashion.com presents an in-depth interview with the one-of-a-kind Japanese fashion designer and artist Shojono Tomo. Shojono Tomo has been known in Japan for many years & has had international gallery shows. She came to worldwide attention last year when Nicki Minaj began wearing her collection. In this video, Tomo talks about her work with Nicki Minaj, her childhood, Harajuku girls, Japanese fashion, fortune telling, and much more. The related article (with photos) is here: http://tokyofashion.com/shojono-tomo-japanese-fashion-designer/ Video produced by 1K Films: http://1kfilms.com/
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Memphis fashion designer Court Kil, a 21-year-old owner of Colo$al Customs, describes how toxic masculinity effects Young Black Men. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, African American men ages 15—34 have a 44.9% average of dying from violence, researchers say Toxic Masculinity has a direct link. In February of 2015, Esquire, an American men’s magazine, released an article titled, “How to Be a Man.” This article described all the characteristics of what makes a man such as; “a man always carries cash…a man loves driving alone most of all…a man is comfortable sleeping alone, and even that a man does not whither at the thought of dancing.” Social Media: Fashion Designer: Courtney Wilson [Court.Kil via Instagram] Director, Producer, Editor, & videographer: Alexiz Young [AlexizYoung via all social media)
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http://www.fashionillustrationtribe.com/blog-2 is my website- come on down and check out blog articles, videos, courses. And subscribe!!!! There are free gifts for subscribers at: http://www.fashionillustrationtribe.com --for daily fun, comments, shares, questions and inspiration, follow me on instagram (and introduce your self, I'd love to meet you!) http://www.instagram.com/LauraVolpintesta So you think you can't draw...... but you love art and design and wish you could. YOU CAN. Your desire and your love, your ideas, and your expressions on paper or in fabric are a gift to the world that is needed... that's the energy that inspires you. It wants to come out of your head and be expressed. Here I tell a story that I often tell my Parsons students about a particular student who some might say "couldn't draw".... a student who is now a successful designer and a leader in her industry. There is so much more to it than how you draw, It's WHAT YOU SAY. But you've got to give your voice a chance to come out! Let me know what YOU think...... Share this video with your friends! Check me out on instagram ... I love to share inspiration from my life, design world, and family. I hope to inspire you to live your dreams and be proud to be who you are, how you are. Much love, Laura Volpintesta also check out my book on Amazon: the Language of Fashion Design http://youtu.be/DoPXUH2qA8Y keywords: top fashion schools fashion schools fashion design schools fashion design programs learn fashion illustration learn fashion design online fashion illustration courses online fashion design courses fashion design colleges fashion portfolios
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This is a fictional character talking in an animation program about an article that I wrote in fashion college. The headaches of a fashion designer. Just pretend that she is real and listen to her present this informative article. also if you like no hassle shopping go to fashion tossed salad where you can shop in over 375 stores and services online.
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Are you planning to start a business? Maybe it is a fashion business? Entrepreneurship is no joke. Venturing into which requires all the counsel you can get. Watch this small video clip and the full interview https://youtu.be/hyJPoA5HWN0 from Elizabeth Idem Ido, the Founder/CEO/Creative Director of Mmabon' Custom Clothier and you sure would have something to take away. She was a fledgling, practicing lawyer before venturing into the murky business world. Read the full article on our website at https://exhibitorslive.com/young-lawyer-fashion-designer-business-woman-elizabeth-idem-ido-founder-mmabon-custom-clothier-nigeria ***Words of wisdom to aspiring fashion designers and entrepreneurs | CEO/Founder MMABON' Custom Clothier, Elizabeth Idem Ido | ExhibitorsLive FHD *** Follow us on other social media to stay updated with infotainment materials such as this https://facebook.com/Exhibitorslive https://twitter.com/Exhibitorslive https://instagram.com/Exhibitorslive Please, appreciate our efforts by subscribing to the channel, sharing to your friends and liking the video. Such would motivate us to do more... If any issue or not too cool with something, rather than "dislike", drop us your comment below or do us an email, and we shall promptly respond and thank you for that. Thanks **SUBSCRIBE | LIKE | SHARE **
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Feeling old fashioned? Upgrade your style and learn how to improve your clothes. Discover fashion hacks for your Denim jackets. Torn clothes? Don’t throw them away and instead learn how to upgrade and fix your clothes. Discover solutions for your dirty clothes stains and many other DIY fashion hacks and tips. Subscribe to Crafty Panda channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC03RvJoIhm_fMwlUpm9ZvFw?sub_confirmation=1 Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/craftypanda Visit Bored Panda website: https://www.boredpanda.com Download Crafty Panda Animated Stickers: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bored-panda-animated-stickers/id1423521363?ls=1&mt=8 Loved the music used in this video? We find our music on EpidemicSound: https://bit.ly/2JcUlBa For sponsored content contact us at [email protected]
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http://bit.ly/1hSw2HP Fashion is a lucrative business. With the growing fascination of the public over the glamour of Hollywood, the fashion industry keeps growing and evolving. Fashion designers can enjoy instant popularity and wealth by bagging a celebrity endorsement. However, the world of fashion design is a tough business to be in. You have to know the right people who will provide maximum exposure your clothes and accessories, especially to the media and the movers and shakers of the fashion industry. But most often than not, creativity and brilliance in design can bring you inside that circle. While talent is something innate, it has to be honed and properly directed for it to blossom. This is the role of a fashion design school. While there are online schools that offer fashion design degrees and programs, face-to face and hands-on training with a professional designer is what you need if you want to become a good designer. Students in a fashion design school are expected to have basic knowledge of design. Though they are not expected to turn out ramp-quality design at the onset, they are expected to turn out brilliant concepts that reflect creativity and uniqueness. Fashion designers make their name through original and highly distinctive designs. For example, depending on your niche, you can stand out by emphasizing sleek design, meticulous attention to detail or interesting accents. Making an original and identifiable mark is part of the training. In fashion design school, students are taught how to choose the right material for a certain item as well as the best way to use such a material. Achieving good color combinations and the right silhouette are also part of the training. Most fashion design schools have alliances with design houses. Students can intern in these houses and learn the ropes of the business directly from the workshops of some of the world's biggest fashion designers. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/274708
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http://www.blankawilliams.com/ What Does It Take To Become A Fashion Designer in 2017 If you love fashion as much as I do the you will want to know What Does It Take To Become A Fashion Designer in 2017. Surprisingly education is not the key but passion is. You will here me discuss that in my video above. What Does It Take To Become A Fashion Designer in 2017 includes an array of styles and pieces that you can mix and match for your desired effect. Trench-coats have made a comeback and accessories are a must. Be as creative as you wish. There are no rules to follow. I know that you are searching for What Does It Take To Become A Fashion Designer in 2017 and I am glad that you found my channel. I love fashion, travel and fine foods. Please allow me to assist you in journey to experience what I have experienced also. Please visit me at http://www.blankawilliams.com/ so that I can educate you on how I am able to live my dreams. I look forward to connecting with you soon :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XS1MktYUOxA SUGGESTED GOOGLE ARTICLES 7 Huge Fashion Trends You Need To Know In 2017 - YouTube Video for 7 huge fashion trends you need to know about in 2017▶ 4:52 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SvX7W... Feb 6, 2017 - Uploaded by The List If you're new, Subscribe! → http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-The-List If you're ready to spice up your wardrobe this ... 7 Huge Fashion Trends You Need to Know in 2017 | West County ... www.shopwestcountycenter.com/article/10671 We know – it's tough to keep up with trends and the times. Wish there were a shopping shortcut or a fashion cheat sheet? Well, you're in luck. Take a peek at th. 10 Huge Fashion Trends You Need To Know In 2017 - ZergNet www.zergnet.com/news/1407244/10-huge-fashion-trends-you-need-to-know-in-2017
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Every time I visit any Fashion events, this has been one of the topics that often come up. Can Artificial Intelligence AI replace fashion designers? Fashion designer thinks it can not but tech folks say it can be done. So I started researching into what has been done and found 3 great examples for you. I want to give you a glimpse of what Amazon, Stitch Fix, and Myntra have been doing and using AI to design clothes. *************** Amazon: AI fashion designer *************** The effort points to ways in which Amazon and other companies could try to improve the tracking of trends in other areas of retail—making recommendations based on products popping up in social-media posts, for instance. And it could help the company expand its clothing business * “There’s been a whole move from companies like Amazon trying to understand how fashion develops in the world,” says Kavita Bala, a professor at Cornell University who took part in a workshop on machine learning and fashion organized by Amazon last week. A number of forward-thinking retailers are already using social networks like Instagram and Pinterest to track the latest fashion trends and react quickly. An Amazon team at Lab126, a research center based in San Francisco, has developed an algorithm that learns about a particular style of fashion from images, and can then generate new items in similar styles from scratch—essentially, a simple AI fashion designer. This work uses a cutting-edge tool called a generative adversarial network, or GAN. It consists of two deep neural networks operating in tandem to learn efficiently from raw data. The GAN internalizes the properties of a particular style simply by looking at lots of examples, and it can then apply that style to an existing item of clothing. *************** Stitch Fix *************** The in-house brand of subscription fashion startup Stitch Fix, Hybrid Designs employs a data science team that works with the company’s order data to predict which clothes customers will want to wear. The team identifies viable gaps in the company’s inventory—clothes that people would buy but a designer hasn’t made yet, says Stitch Fix chief algorithm officer Eric Colson. It works like this: A collection of three algorithms generate a starting point. The first algorithm picks three “parents,” recommended pieces of clothing that could be either combined or used as a template for a new piece. The second suggests three different attributes that have been shown to complement the parents’ style—maybe a different neckline or sleeves. And the third throws in a little bit of randomness, a suggestion that isn’t typical for the previously suggested style but might be interesting. Together, these algorithms search through a space of 30 trillion potential combinations of, for example, blouse attributes, to ultimately give just nine suggestions. *************** Myntra - Moda Rapido *************** Algorithms that would get their machines to produce images of T-shirts based on the discovered favorable attributes. It turned out that one category of the machine-created designs outsold the comparable category in each of the other 12 private brands owned by Myntra. Some of the other machine-created designs sold poorly, but the company knew they were onto something really big. “The core of the Rapid idea was to do fast fashion in an intelligent way, given that we have both a tech and a fashion DNA,” said Kenghe. “In the initial phase of the project, there was less machine and more designer-input. Over a period of time, there’s been more machine and less supervision.” Here&Now & Moda Rapido: By September, Moda Rapido and Here&Now were together bringing in sales of Rs12-13 crore every month, making them among the top 15 brands at Myntra. The two contribute 12.5% of Myntra’s private brand's sales, said, Narayanan. Moda Rapido and Here&Now are Myntra’s most profitable brands, **************** Other Videos You Might Like: **************** 13 Areas Artificial Intelligence will affect Fashion Industry https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9Lp51oiCTo What is Artificial Intelligence? [Retail Industry] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sRfihRSvt0 Fundraising Ideas: 8 Ways to Fund Your Clothing Business https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udT54wcRW-c
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HYPEBEAST Magazine Issue 20: The X Issue, prominently featured Virgil Abloh on the cover. Arguably the most important figure in streetwear today, Abloh sat down with us for our DIARIES series to talk more in-depth on the current state of streetwear, comparing it to an art movement where “essentially I’m just an assistant to the people that came before me trying to add to go forward for the next generation.” The Off-White™ designer and architect says, “more than anything I feel like I’m a descendant of everyone from Kanye West to Pharrell Williams to Basquiat or Warhol,” when asked about he labels himself. In terms of the bigger picture for streetwear, Virgil says he doesn’t want the larger fashion community and ecosystem to view it just as a trend that comes and goes — streetwear as an art movement that inspires other industries hasn’t been realized yet but it has started to show. Most importantly, Abloh says it’s important for him to stay true to himself, wearing Jordans and a T-shirt to the Met Gala and playing Migos at his fashion show. You can listen to the rest of the interview above and check out the full spread in Issue 20 of HYPEBEAST Magazine. Be sure to keep an eye peeled for our full Virgil Abloh documentary coming soon. that’s the body text For up-to-date news and more: http://HYPEBEAST.com View more HYPEBEAST videos: http://YOUTUBE.com/user/HypebeastTV Stay connected with us on your favorite social media platform: http://FACEBOOK.com/hypebeast http://TWITTER.com/hypebeast http://TUMBLR.com/tagged/hypebeast http://PINTEREST.com/hypebeast http://INSTAGRAM.com/hypebeast
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Designer Katiti Kirondé '79, who specializes in white shirts for women, discusses how she handles the details on a prototype shirt she is developing. Kirondé appears in the Harvard Magazine feature article "Vogue Meets Veritas." Read more: http://harvardmagazine.com/2013/01/vogue-meets-veritas
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The Keio University student says wearable technology could redefine the way people play in urban landscapes. Read the article: http://inda.ba/2wlhnAB Design Indaba is an online publication with an annual Festival and social impact, Do Tank. Find our design talks, interviews and original features on www.designindaba.com Design Indaba | http://inda.ba/mIWuZI Facebook | http://inda.ba/1g1hse0 Twitter | http://inda.ba/1ouKlDq Instagram | http://inda.ba/1QRVKhn Pinterest | http://inda.ba/18XWKGv Newsletter | http://inda.ba/TwaPdH
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http://www.bjdcollectasy.com Video accompaniment to an article, this is a special OOAK outfit created by BJD fashion designer Charie Wilson from Canada. Her distinctive blending of patterns and colors and her obsessive eye for detail can be seen in her assemble for Impldoll Lauretta. Custom eyes are by Ersa Flora http://www.ersaflora.com/, boots from Impldoll http://www.impldoll.com/. Also check out Charie's other assemble The Snow Queen Project.. http://www.bjdcollectasy.com/articles/the-snow-queen-project.html Charie sells her fashions at etsy. http://www.etsy.com/shop/cyw159 Full article for this project is here:http://www.bjdcollectasy.com/articles/steampunk-project-2.html
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http://bit.ly/1hSw2HP Many people have the perception that there are no major differences between the fashion design schools in this country. The reality is that there are many unique qualities that make up the top tier schools. And its no surprise that the quality schools are on the eastern and western coasts. In fact, some of the best fashion design schools are located in Los Angeles. Located in the center of the entertainment and fashion industries, schools in Southern California focus on providing the best education in fashion design, because the industries need talented young designers. A few important things to look for in a fashion school are accreditation, a diverse curriculum that includes subjects that complement fashion design courses, and the opportunity to explore all aspects of the fashion industry. Accreditation is very important when choosing a fashion school. Look for a school that has accreditation status from the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD). You may also want to look for accreditation from the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) and College Arts Association (CAA). The fashion school you choose should, of course, place the main emphasis on fashion design, but also offer other courses that will help further your career. These can include courses in business, communications, and even computer courses that specifically address fashion design, such as computer aided design (CAD). The fashion institute you choose should allow you to explore other areas such as fashion merchandising and coordinating. It should not lock you into one area; rather, it should focus on exposing you to all the potential opportunities available in the fashion industry. Clearly, the location of a fashion college can be very important. Fashion schools in Los Angeles are some of the best known in the world, so, be sure to tour the fashion schools in that area. If you end up attending, it will put you a lot closer to the action. Whether you want to see a real live fashion shoot or see the latest collection of designer clothes, you can do all of this and more in LA. Finally, you need to consider the faculty. Who teaches at the school? What's their background? In order to receive a quality education, you want to be educated by the best minds in the business. Look for professors who have a long teaching tenure and who have experience working in the industry. If budget becomes an issue, consider other options that will allow you to attend a fashion school in Los Angeles. What should you consider? Financial aid to cover the costs of the school itself, placing ads stating you are interested in sharing a house or apartment to take care of your living situation, and perhaps finding a part-time job that would fit around your schedule. Attending a quality fashion design school can prepare you for an exciting future in the industry! If you're a fan of all things fashion, a career in fashion design might be in your future. Visit FIDM/ Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising for more information on our accredited fashion design school. We are located in Los Angeles, which offers some of the best opportunities for receiving a quality fashion design education. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/4843975
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Sridevi was a favourite of many Indian designers, with Manish Malhotra referring to her in many of his interviews as his inspiration. But did you know that international shoe designer Christian Louboutin, who is known for his love for Indian cinema, called Sridevi his 'childhood idol'? He shot with the actress for an article in New York Times' T Magazine entitled 'My Bollywood Affair in Marrakech'. one of very beautiful bolliwood star Sridevi dresses in the form of sarees. Here you find her selection and collection of Sarees.
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Gain an insight into the lives of fashion designers Khoon Hooi, Tengku Syahmi and Joshua Fitton, and how they plan to take their brands from here. Full feature now up on buro247.my/fashion Khoon Hooi and his eponymous label has been around for 17 years, and has established itself as one of the most recognised brands in Malaysia. He has recently relocated his showroom from Starhill to APW Bangsar One of the most promising fashion designers around, aside from ready-to-wear, Tengku Syahmi also offers bespoke made-to-measure services for both men and women. Joshua Fitton worked as an architect before deciding to take the plunge and pursue his passion for fashion. As the Creative Director of the brand, he handles the designing aspect while his wife, Misha Shah handles the business side of things. Full Article: *** Find us on: WEBSITE: http://www.buro247.my FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/Buro247Malaysia INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/buro247malaysia About Buro24/7 Malaysia : Buro 24/7 Malaysia brings you smart, savvy and concise editorial, unhindered by the strictures of traditional print media. From runway reports, the hottest trends and all the latest in culture and lifestyle, you can read it first at Buro 24/7 Malaysia.
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http://bit.ly/1hSw2HP Carrie Cochran, former student of fashion design schools student turned fashion designer to the stars (and non-celebrities), moves on to the next phase of her fashion design career. What's Carrie's next step after attending one of the many reputable fashion design schools? She started a fashion design business called Karma Kultura. While her motivation for looking into fashion design schools was her love for garments and crafts, Carrie says her inspiration for starting the company was her clients. "I would make custom stage garments all the time and wanted to offer unique accessories to add to my clients' wardrobes." With accessories and garments that are very unconventional, Carrie explains how she creates these pieces. "I would look for things around the house -- junk -- and put it together into interesting designs in the form of wallet chains, bracelets, belts, guitar straps, necklaces, cuffs, and earrings," she explains. Sounds weird, huh? But believe it or not, the funky pieces are worn by fashionistas and celebrities alike nationwide. And it's not like Carrie is just some ordinary crafty diva -- she's a crafty diva, educated at one of the finest fashion design schools, the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. A fashion design career wasn't just handed to her -- she worked hard to get her degree from one of many reputable fashion design schools in the nation. "I am proud to say I am a fashion design college graduate, and I have a degree in something I love. With many people wanting to work in fashion -- from stylists to designers, even a public relations -- a degree can give you an advantage," she explains. "Going to fashion designs school will show that you have extensive knowledge, skills, and experience in the industry that has better prepared you to enter the job market." At fashion design schools, Carrie and other students learn about many software programs used in the fashion industry such as Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator, as well as electronic pattern systems. Once completing a degree from one of many fashion design schools, expect to work in various jobs within the fashion design industry like Carrie did. During the process, she networked and made a name for herself, which eventually landed her celebrity clients like Ricky Martin and Serena Williams. "My clients loved the [offbeat] pieces and since they were all one-of-a-kind, it made them feel even more special," says the proud business owner. Now what? With Carrie's fashion design career in full swing, she's contemplating her next move. She's already absorbed knowledge from fashion design schools, which led to her designing and collaborating with high-profile celebs. Now with her design business underway, who knows what we'll see next from the creative paragon. Maybe Carrie will go to fashion design graduate school? Who knows? The sky's the limit for the design sensation! Fashion Design School New York Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/451786
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Twist Culture Podcast episode# 4 Jessica Jones Fashion Designer of TUFT http://www.nashvillefashionevents.com/article/6 http://www.etsy.com/shop/Jessicaleighjones Growing up in the grunge laden 90s and being a teenager in the bubblegum pop 2000s has made Jessica Jones' influences an interesting mix of ugly and pretty. Jessica came to terms with this visual juxtaposition by creating her brand, TUFT (named after her favorite shade of pink.) The line has a laid back sensibility paired with classic silhouettes in bright hues and bold patterns. Visit the TUFT blog at http://acandytuft.blogspot.com and the official website at http://tuftdesign.com
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Caroline & Alicia have created a fun colorful bohemian and Moroccan inspired collection for both the girly girl and tomboy. Read the complete article on Frankie and Sue at https://www.dashinfashion.com and discover more at their website http://www.frankieandsue.com
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Manish Malhotra http://fashionvideoezine.com/indian-fashion-designer-manish-malhotra-journey-fashion-world/ Indian fashion designer Manish Malhotra on his journey in the fashion world. Celebrated costume designer Manish Malhotra on what fashion means to him after 25 years in the business. Manish Malhotra's name is associated with Bollywood and also Indian fashion. It's not an exaggeration to state that every star, from Kareena Kapoor Khan to Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Deepika Padukone to Sridevi, is a follower of his work. Which is why it's hard to believe that the model-turned-costume-designer-turned-couturier went far for himself with no expert training. "I did not go to design institution, yet I did see a movie practically every single day," claims the designer who will constantly cite Bollywood to be his puppy love. You can trace the development of Indian fashion in tandem with Malhotra's job. Starting with Filmfare Award-winning outfits for Urmila Matondkar in Rangeela (1995 ), to showcasing at the first edition of Lakmé Style Week in 2006, to creating theatre costumes for the play 'Mughal-e-Aazam' in 2016, as well as resolving Harvard trainees earlier this year, it's safe to say Malhotra has done it all. His noteworthy payment to Indian cinema by developing iconic try to find films like Pyaar Kiya To Darna Kya (1998 ), Mohabbatein (2000 ), Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001 ), Ae Dil Hai Mushkil (2016) is unmissable. Yet Malhotra's trip hasn't already lacked its low and high. Read the article. Subscribe to channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGH6CpucY17Zz5Z3-dvHT4Q
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehowbeauty Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehowbeauty IF you don't know what to do with an old t-shirt any longer, consider changing it into a dress. Change an old t-shirt into a dress with help from the founder of the San Antonio Fashion and Design Incubator in this free video clip. Expert: Shantana Robinson Filmmaker: Vincent Vasquez Series Description: When it comes to fashion, one skill that you absolutely have to have is the ability to successfully match one article of clothing with another. Get tips on fashion matching with help from the founder of the San Antonio Fashion and Design Incubator in this free video series.
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I have worked my whole professional career as a fashion designer. I'm experienced in designing complete clothing collections for men and women. Please have a look at my portfolio: http://freelance-fashion-designer.nl
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New York Vintage is a clothing shop in Manhattan that sells high-end designer labels and houses an archive of rare fashion items. In this episode of Invitation Only, Bloomberg's Kim Bhasin gets taken to a hidden room where only celebrities, stylists and fashion designers are allowed to enter. Invitation Only is a video series by Bloomberg that explores the most exclusive shops in the world and how they do business. Luxury reporter Kim Bhasin visits VIP rooms, personal shopping suites and secret boutiques to see how they operate and meet the people behind these unique shopping experiences. Bloomberg is the First Word in business news, delivering breaking news & analysis, up-to-the-minute market data, features, profiles and more: http://www.bloomberg.com Connect with us on... Twitter: https://twitter.com/business Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bloombergbusiness Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bloombergbusiness/
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This video gives a step-by-step account of how I made my move from my comfort zone into the Fashion Industry. It acts as a guide to people looking to make the transition into the Fashion Industry. Hopefully if you also follow the steps, it will work for you the way it worked for me! Cheers! T.Williams-A PS. Read the Enterprise54 Feature Article on "Why I Left KPMG to Become a Fashion Entrepreneur...: http://www.fashionbeyondstitches.com/2015/02/my-feature-article-on-enterprise54com.html PPS: On Licenses... Video: All shot and edited by me. Music: Both downloaded from the free YouTube Audio Library. Images: Have a valid license for use either for personal and commercial use. Theme, Texts, Titles & Transitions: Created using iMovie of which Apple has granted free use for personal and commercial purposes. _______ Want to learn how to turn your love for fashion into a viable business?! Subscribe to our YouTube Channel, "like" our videos and "share" them with your friends - just by clicking those buttons at the bottom of the video. Visit www.fashionbeyondstitches.com and enjoy our many articles on fashion, the industry and starting a fashion business. Follow us via our social media channels: Instagram: @martwayne Twitter: @martwaynedotcom Facebook: facebook.com/martwaynedotcom Contact Details Available at the end of the video.
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Watch the official music video for "Fashion" by Jay Critch Feat. Rich The Kid. SUBSCRIBE to the Official WorldStarHipHop Channel for more original WorldStar material, music video premieres, and more: http://goo.gl/jl4las More WorldstarHipHop: http://worldstarhiphop.com https://twitter.com/worldstar (Follow) https://fb.com/worldstarhiphop (Like) http://instagram.com/worldstar (Photos) http://shop.worldstarhiphop.com (Shop)
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“Designers should spend more time on things they’re uncomfortable with, particularly if it’s in the sciences of mathematics, engineering and even writing.” Read the article: http://inda.ba/2w61VaD Design Indaba is an online publication with an annual Festival and social impact, Do Tank. Find our design talks, interviews and original features on www.designindaba.com Design Indaba | http://inda.ba/mIWuZI Facebook | http://inda.ba/1g1hse0 Twitter | http://inda.ba/1ouKlDq Instagram | http://inda.ba/1QRVKhn Pinterest | http://inda.ba/18XWKGv Newsletter | http://inda.ba/TwaPdH
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Few fashion professionals are as passionate and knowledgeable as Leila Jalili, who shares her best fashion career advice on portfolios, interviews, networking and freelancing in this episode of The Successful Fashion Designer. She left her positions with global brands such as Under Armour and 686 Technical Apparel to focus on her career as a freelance creative consultant specializing in the design, direction, and development of performance apparel and technical outerwear for women, men, and youth. Throughout this inspiring conversation Leila shares key insights and fashion career advice into how new designers can ensure their fashion portfolios stand out from the masses. She explains how to break into new markets by making opportunities for yourself and has an in-depth understanding of what employers are looking for in new hires. Be sure to give this interview your full attention and share it with aspiring fashion designers who need career advice - they will thank you. OUTLINE OF THIS EPISODE: * [0:42] Leila Jalili, former Senior Designer at Under Armour, is my guest for this episode * [3:15] Leila’s explanation of the common elements she sees in fashion portfolios * [8:26] What interviewers are looking for in fashion portfolios for new graduates * [13:38] Digital vs. physical portfolios, the pros/cons of each, and how to use sample garments * [16:04] How do you convey your strengths within a team collaboration piece? * [18:09] The importance of tailoring your portfolio for every interview * [23:36] The best tips for networking with industry professionals * [28:17] How Leila’s recent market research project impressed her freelance clients * [32:26] Take the extra opportunities to inject more ambition into your career * [34:32] How to determine if you need to move on from your current position or company * [37:39] The keys to making a 180 turn in your fashion design career through self-driven projects * [47:45] Leila’s best advice for designers * [53:17] Examples of exceptionally creative projects Leila has seen throughout her career * [56:30] Leila’s final words of advice for designers GUEST INFO AND RESOURCES: * ARTICLE: “Outdoor Retailer show features clothing-design contest”: https://www.deseretnews.com/article/705361544/Outdoor-Retailer-show-features-clothing-design-contest.html * Eventbrite platform: https://www.eventbrite.com/ * Leila on Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/leilajalili13/ * Leila on Twitter: https://twitter.com/littlejibber ENJOY THE SHOW? YOU CAN HELP US OUT BY: * Rating and subscribing on iTunes: sfdnetwork.com/review – it really helps! LOOKING FOR MORE RESOURCES? * Visit www.sfdnetwork.com/free/ for free fashion design templates, tutorials and more from Sew Heidi *************** Get full show notes here: sfdnetwork.com/49
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Alice Stone, 34, set up her fashion brand Lily and Lionel in 2008. She lives in North London with her husband, Andy.Fashion is something of a family business. My grandfather, Lionel, oversaw production for stores such as John Lewis, my grandma, Lily, was a skilled seamstress.My parents are my go-to fashion advisors, having worked in the industry for more than 30 years. That’s a lot to live up to.Perhaps that’s why I didn’t go straight into fashion, starting out in PR instead. I loved the events and was good at selling brands, but something was missing. Creatively, I didn’t feel fulfilled. I began to realise that, whether I liked it or not, fashion was in my blood.I was only 24 when I left my job and set up Lily and Lionel, choosing the name in honour of my grandparents. It was daunting, but I’ve always had an eye for patterns, and had the idea to use photographs from my travels to create a series of prints.These became scarves and each one, once unfolded, told a story. We built our reputation on those oversized, storytelling scarves — an article appeared on Vogue online the day after we launched in 2008.We sold out overnight and the traffic to our website continued to spike for some weeks after.But I was so naive, I had no idea how hard it would be to run my own company. Most of my friends would be out enjoying themselves while I’d be up all night uploading products to the site.I remember still toiling away in my bedroom on the evening of my birthday when, sweetly, a friend came round with a bottle to lift my spirits.It’s hard to stick with a new business, but I believed in what I was doing and had my grandparents’ example steering me on.It wasn’t until 2015 that we introduced a ready-to-wear collection, and now we’re stocked in stores across the country — and the world. But it hasn’t all been plain sailing.We experimented with swimwear, but it wasn’t the right step for the brand so we didn’t do a second line — life would be dull without such hiccups.It’s now been ten years since we launched. Our name was lit up in neon lights at a London pop-up shop recently and my mum told me afterwards it would have been my grandparents’ wedding anniversary. That felt serendipitous. AutoNews- Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5671755/My-lightbulb-moment-Fashion-designer-Alice-Stone.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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A designer who worked with the late dressmaker to the Queen has revealed how the monarch's 'marvellous' figure made her the perfect 1950s 'fashion plate' in the early years of her reign.Jon Moore worked for Hardy Amies - the man responsible for some of the monarch's most striking ensembles worn on her early Commonwealth tours - and said his mentor had relished creating outfits for the Queen, because her hourglass figure was perfect for '50s fashions.Amies was the official dressmaker to the Queen from her accession in 1952 until he retired from the role in 1989.Moore, who began working with Amies in 1979, shared the anecdotes he picked up over the years in new documentary series Elizabeth: Our Queen - including how dresses that had been fitted on models had to be taken in to fit the royal's tiny waist.One stand-out frock, said Moore in the episode which aired Tuesday night, was a white number she wore on a visit to Australia in 1954, which Amies and his team decided made her look like a 'fashion model'.The Queen first visited Amies' Saville Row studio in 1950, and by 1955 he was granted a Royal Warrant, joining the famous couturier who served the Queen and the Queen Mother before her, Norman Hartnell.Despite her model-like proportions, the young royal told Amies she did not want to look like the 'girl on the cover of Vogue', and as such he became known for the 'clean and simple' designs he conjured for the Queen.Moore said on the show: 'Whereas Hartnell did a lot of fluffy, frilly dresses with a lot of embroidery on them, that was never Hardy's look... he liked things to be very clean and simple.'The stand-out dress from the Australian tour was white, mid-length and form fitting, and free from any major embellishment.Moore said of the frock: 'It was such a chic outfit. It was very unusual in that it had a very narrow straight long skirt showing off her slim hips, fantastic narrow waist, that wonderful bust, that wonderful little parasol which was a very '50s accessory.'I always thought she looked in that like a '50s fashion model, and not so much like the Queen of England. She really did look amazing.'Moore said the Queen had the ideal figure for a woman in the 50's, and was a great 'fashion plate' for Amies to work with.Amies, by then Sir Edwin Hardy Amies, retired in 1989, and the Queen was among those to pay tribute to him upon his death in 2003.Buckingham Palace said at the time: 'The Queen was very sad to hear of Sir Hardy's death. He contributed to her wardrobe over many years and she is, of course, saddened that he has died.'While she has always steered clear of outlandish or attention-grabbing choices, those closest to the Queen have spoken of how she enjoys fashion.Her current senior dresser, Angela Kelly, previously revealed that she is something of an expert when it comes to materials.Kelly has said: 'The Queen loves clothes and is a real expert on fabrics. It's not been me teaching the Queen — it's the other way round.' AutoNews- Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-5386703/The-Queens-fashion-designer-speaks-figure.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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Fashion designer Ivy Ralph dies at 90. ICONIC Jamaican fashion designer Ivy Ralph passed away yesterday at Nuttall Hospital in Cross Roads, St Andrew. She was 90. In a prescient article emanating from an interview by the Sunday Observer wi....
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The design phenomenon that defined the decade Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Read more about the Memphis Group: https://designmuseum.org/memphis http://220.127.116.11/~zanone/MemphisDesign/MemphisDesign_index.html#.U0od5MBDoWw.bitly https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1058/1166/files/memphis_milano.pdf?14149556525736315536 http://www.tunicastudio.com/magazine/issue-no-3/article/memphis-group For more work from the designers: Peter Shire http://petershirestudio.com/ Nathalie Du Pasquier http://www.nathaliedupasquier.com/home2.html Michele De Lucchi http://archive.amdl.it/en/index-search.asp?q=memphis&x=0&y=0 Aldo Cibic https://www.cibicworkshop.com/article/memphis-design-movement /// Memphis Design movement dominated the '80s with their crazy patterns and vibrant colors. Many designers and architects from all around the world contributed to the movement in order to escape from the strict rules of modernism. Although their designs didn't end up in people's homes, they inspired many designers working in different mediums. After their first show in Milan in 1981, everything from fashion to music videos became influenced by their visual vocabulary. /// Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com to get up to speed on everything from Kurdistan to the Kim Kardashian app. Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
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