By Elinor Renfrew, Colin Renfrew
Fully up-to-date with new interviews and encouraging photos, the second variation of Developing a manner Collection covers every little thing the style pupil must understand earlier than designing their very own collections.
Developing a manner assortment focuses at the technique of designing a suite, and explores types of examine, textile sourcing, the most important roles inside a layout workforce and the numerous assets of idea to be had to designers. diversified marketplace degrees from ready-to-wear to on-line buying are lined in-depth, and are given real-world context via insightful interviews with training modern designers. Collections for area of interest markets, together with knitwear, childrenswear and shoes also are mentioned.
The 2d version of Developing a way Collection good points interviews with high-profile foreign modern type designers, together with Sister via Sibling, Holly Fulton, Todd Lynn, thefuturelaboratory, humans Tree, Leutton Postle and Insley & Nash.
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About 8–10 dresses will be in the final collection depending on the season. How many second lines to the main range do you design? Markus Lupfer for Topshop only. Do you collaborate with other sponsors or brands? I have collaborated with Kangol, Mulberry, Ruffo and Cacharel with Clements Ribeiro, who I used to work for. I don’t have any particular sponsors. How do you edit and present the collections to your clients? Through my PR for Markus Lupfer and with a stylist for Armand Basi. Where do you sell your collections?
These garments may be influential to fashion designers but are rarely seen as fashion pieces: they are not intended to be worn as clothing, but serve to broaden our perceptions of clothes. 1 32 / 33 Another example of fashion collections showcased for enjoyment, rather than immediate commercial application, is the curated exhibition, such as ‘Superheroes: Fashion and Fantasy’ at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, a thematically curated exhibition of fashion pieces based on comic-book characters and their style.
But increasingly designers are choosing to show their work in alternative ways, either through an exhibition, installation or online presentation. com> showcased Shelley Fox’s early installations. The website continues to promote alternative ways of showing collections. He promotes the work of Gareth Pugh and Aitor Thorp, showing films of their installations instead of traditional catwalk shows. Some designers’ collections are based on fashion as fine-art pieces or collaborations with artists. These garments may be influential to fashion designers but are rarely seen as fashion pieces: they are not intended to be worn as clothing, but serve to broaden our perceptions of clothes.